280 2016 03 - History 280 2016 East Asia to 1500 CE Class 3...

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History 280, 2016 East Asia to 1500 CE Class 3 Ryan Dunch Department of History and Classics University of Alberta
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Exam questions So are there only short answer questions and essay questions in the exam? TBD And also I notice that for the history course, we learn facts, so for answering essay questions, are you looking for our own opinions or just facts that we learn? NEITHER (explain) Do we need to cite our essay in the exams? No Usually what the words limit for the exam essays? No set limit
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Eastern Zhou, 771-256 BCE 771 BCE, Zhou capital conquered Spring and Autumn period, 722-481 Chunqiu 春秋 , named for chronicle or “annals” of that name – fourth “classic” Court chronicle of Lu , covering 722- 481 Zhou fiefdoms became nine autonomous states (later splits made more) Rivalry, alliances, competition 651 BCE, emergence of hegemon
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Confucius and his times Think of something that happened 600 years ago. What was that world like? How closely connected do you feel to it?
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