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  1. Bellringer • What are three things you learned from this chapter? • Do NOT turn in your Bellringer! • Put your Chapter 5 Notes in the tray

  2. Bellringer • What are the two dynasties that we recently studied? • Do NOT turn in your Bellringer today. You will turn them in on Tuesday before Thanksgiving Break!!! • Get your Chapter 5 notes in the correct order, name on them, stapled, and ready to turn in on Monday before your test • Chapter 5-1 (2 pages of Fill in the Blank) • Chapter 5-2 (Graphic Organizer) • Chapter 5-3 (2 pages of Fill in the Blank) • Chapter 5-4 (Fill in the Blank)

  3. Chapter 5- Ancient China Test Review

  4. The physical geography around China affected Chinese civilization by • Making trade with Egypt easy • Creating barriers to the outside world • Making it easy for Babylonians to invade China • Making it easy for Nubians to invade China

  5. During the Han dynasty, the influence of Confucianism grew because • Confucius believed rulers did not have to set a good example • Confucius became an advisor to the emperor • All the people could read and write • The rulers wanted to bring back respect for tradition

  6. The first farming settlements in China developed • Near the highlands • Near the mountains • On the level plains • Along the rivers

  7. 4. An important accomplishment of the Chinese during the Han dynasty was the A. Invention of paper B. Production of bronze tools C. Construction of the Great Wall D. Building of royal tombs

  8. Confucius believed that if people showed loyalty and respect within the family, • China would become a world leader • A new king would be chosen • They would not obey their rulers • The same values would spread to society at large

  9. The main interest of the Chinese emperor Wudi was • Encouraging all Chinese people to read and write • Improving Chinese society • Expanding the Chinese empire by conquering other lands • Building up the power of warlords

  10. Because of the government examinations based on Confucius's teachings, government jobs • Were held by anyone who wanted one • Could be held by poor young men • Were not highly prized • Were held only by the sons of important people

  11. Which of the following actions did Shi Huangdi take in order to control Chinese thought? • He outlawed the ideas of Confucius and others • He built the only library in the empire • He trained all the scholars himself • He wrote the philosophy books read by the people

  12. The ancient civilizations of China, Mesopotamia, and Egypt all developed • Because rivers deposited rich soil suitable for farming • Because they were all surrounded by mountains • As a result of serious drought • Because of vast deserts that attracted settlers

  13. How did early Chinese people try to control the floods of a major river? • They tried to change the path of the river • They blocked tributaries flowing into the river • They dug large ditches next to the river • They built dikes along the banks of the river

  14. In contrast to the southern half of China, the northern part is • Cool and wet • Without rivers • Cool and dry • Rainy and warm

  15. The Silk Road was important because • It was the route followed by Confucius as he spread his philosophy • It enabled silk made in the West to be brought to China • It was a military route followed by Chinese armies • It was a trade route that connected China with the West

  16. The most important element in early Chinese life was the • Army • Family • Central government • Local warlords

  17. 14. One of Shi Huangdi’s greatest achievements was A. The construction of the Great Wall B. The overthrow of the Han dynasty C. Establishing trade with Egypt D. Encouraging freedom of thought

  18. 15. Confucius believed that people in authority should A. Treat others harshly B. Set a good example by behaving well C. Train members of the civil service D. Honor important people

  19. Confucian philosophy was important because the teaching • Influenced the civilization of India • Ruled many aspects of Chinese life • Stressed the need to educate on the rich • Urged rulers to extend China’s empire

  20. One of the central ideas of Confucianism was • To support religious intolerance • To ignore the Warring States • To question the power of rulers • To show loyalty and respect within the family

  21. Which statement best describes the role of women in early China? • The oldest women held the most power in their families • Only women could choose whom their children would marry • Women owned the land, although men controlled the money • Women obeyed their fathers, husbands, and sons

  22. Which were important advances in Chinese technology during the Han dynasty? • The wheelbarrow, the rudder, and the collar and harness • The wheel, papyrus, and stone tablets • Silk, bronze, and garlic • Brass, copper, and gold

  23. Which statement best describes Confucius's education? • He had no education • He was self-taught • He was taught by a great philosopher • He went to an ancient university

  24. From what materials was the first paper made? • Tree bark, hemp, old rags, starch, and gelatin • Dates, wheat, rice, oats, and honey • Stone, iron, clay tablets, and papyrus • Silk, worms, rice, starch, and garlic

  25. How was Buddhism introduced to China? • It originated in a small village along the banks of the Huange He • Confucius started the religion • Missionaries traveled along the Silk Road and brought the religion with them • No one knows how it was introduced to China

  26. According to Confucius, which was the most important quality a student could have? • Wealth • Intelligence • Eagerness • Nobility

  27. Which emperor expanded Chinese rule to its peak during the Han dynasty? • Kung Fu Zi • Shi Huangdi • Liu Bang • Wudi

  28. Which of the following is the Han dynasty known for? • Harsh rule • Stable government • Poverty • A terra-cotta army

  29. According to Confucius, which two qualities were most important to a family and to society as a whole? • Wealth and power • Fighting and ruling • Physical fitness and intelligence • Loyalty and respect

  30. About how long did the Qin dynasty last? • 10,000 generations • 5,000 years • 2 years • 15 years