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[meigs magnet school]
[WORLD HISTORY in Mr. P's CLASS]
Meigs Magnet Middle School...
[Ancient China] [HISTORY]
Mr. P's Class [Room 213]
think globally... ACT LOCALLY!
ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS: Ancient China!
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2015]: Ancient China Study
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FACTS]: Ancient China
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COOK]: Lesson 1
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COOK]: Lesson 2
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COOK]: Lesson 3
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COOK]: Lesson 4
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COOK]: Lesson 5
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COOK]: Lesson 7
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PPT]: Ancient China #5
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[
PPT]: Ancient China #6
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[
PPT]: Ancient China #7
..world history: ancient china...


ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS:
•What major contributions have China given society?
•How are the different dynasties unique?
•What major factors have contributed to China's long success?


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IMPORTANT INFO:

Modern China has 25% of the world's population, but only 7% of the world's arable land & 8% of it's water.

Modern China has about 1.4 billion people.





TASK BOX: [01.17.14]

1. Complete the Ancient China ABC book. It's due February 7.
2. Complete the Population Essay.
3. Complete the Ancient China packet.
4. Follow the Table of Contents.
5. Check out Miss Cook's [PORTAPORTAL]: u/n: cookel1 p/w: china
6. Final Test: February 14




ancient china
TABLE of CONTENTS: = [Ancient China]
[PDF]: 1. Prepared/Not Prepared 01.23.14
[PDF]: 2. Ancient China Chapter 7: Lesson 1 WORKSHEET (pp. 224) 01.23.14
[PDF]: 3. Ancient China Chapter 7: Lesson 2 TEAM DISCUSSION WORKSHEET (pp. 232) 01.24.14
[PDF]: 4. Ancient China Chapter 7: Lesson 3 Crossword Puzzle 01.24.14
[LINK]: 5. TECH TASK (01.27.14) JEOPARDY 100% 01.27.14
[PDF]: 6. Ancient China Quiz #1 01.27.14
[PDF]: 7. Population Law Persuasive Essay Prompt & KNOW-DO-PLAN 01.30.14
[PDF]: 8. Population Law Persuasive Essay Organizer 01.30.14
[PDF]: 9. Library Research (China's population) 01.31.14
[PDF]: 10. Cornell Notes 01.31.14
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[PDF]: 20. PPT Quiz A
[PDF]: 21. PPT Quiz B
[PDF]: 22. VIDEO Questions (Schlessenger)
[PDF]: 23. Ancient China ABC Book [DUE: 02.10.12]: iPAD KEYNOTE (PPT) 02.10.14
[PDF]: 24. QUESTIONS: ?? (multiple choice) (essay) 00.00.00
[PDF]: 25. Activity Choices [DUE: (12.01.10)(12.08.10)(12.15.10)] 00.00.00


Textbook Schedule
01.21.14 Chapter 7 Lesson 1... (starting on pp. 220)...
01.22.14 Chapter 7 Lesson 2...
01.23.14 Chapter 7 Lesson 3...
01.24.14 Chapter 7 Review...
01.29.14 Chapter 12 Lesson 1... (starting on pp. 404)...
01.30.14 Chapter 12 Lesson 2...
01.31.14 Chapter 12 Lesson 3...


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Spanning a period of over four thousand years, China is considered to be the world’s oldest continuous civilization. The earliest Chinese dynasties were known only from myth and legend until recent archaeological discoveries have revealed evidence of a highly accomplished civilization that existed as early as 1700 BC.

This program highlights the first four Chinese dynasties, beginning with the Han Dynasty, founded in 206 BC, and continuing back in time through the Qin, Zhou and earliest Shang Dynasties. The roots of the civilization that gave the world paper and printing and built the Great Wall are still being unearthed by archaeologists working in China today.

Timeline:

c.1700 BC – c.1050 BC:  Shang Dynasty (writing, silk, bronze developed)

c.1050 BC – 221 BC:  Zhou Dynasty (Confucius born 551 BC)

221BC–206BC:  Qin Dynasty (China unified; Great Wall is begun)

206 BC – AD 220:  Han Dynasty (Silk Road flourishes)

Vocabulary:

civilization — A society that has achieved a high level of culture in

government, religion, education, technology, art and science.

archaeologist — A scientist who studies past cultures by analyzing their remains.

dynasty — A line of rulers who passed authority down through generations.

emperor — The supreme ruler of an empire.

Terra cotta — A baked clay material used for statues, pots and buildings.

Mongols — A nomadic people from Mongolia, a country north of China.

Confucius — A Chinese philosopher and scholar born in 551 BC who taught respect for others and the importance of good citizenship.

calligraphy —The art of handwriting.

bronze — A metal made of copper and tin.

silk — A rich fabric woven from the cocoons of silkworms.

porcelain — A hard, white ceramic ware commonly known as china.

jade — A green, semi-precious stone crafted in jewelry and objects of art.

lacquer — A hard, shiny coating on furniture and fine objects.

scholar — A highly educated person.

merchant — One who makes a living by buying and selling goods.

peasant — A poor farmer or worker.

acupuncture — Method of treating pain or illness by inserting small needles into the body.

Suggested Internet Resources:

www.LibraryVideo.com

members.aol.com/Donnclass/Chinalife.html Mrs. Donn’s special web pages offer information for students and teachers about the daily lives of people in ancient China. Includes links to lesson plans for teachers.

sln.fi.edu/tfi/info/current/china.html The Franklin Institute offers students “China: Ancient Arts and Sciences,” based on an exhibit detailing important contributions from ancient China.

• www.newton.mec.edu/Angier/DimSum/ Silk%20Rd.%20Maps.html The Perry-Castaneda Library Map Collection at the University of Texas at Austin has several maps of the Silk Road.



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