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Unit 4 Asian Civilizations Explore the Art In this scene, a young girl writing in her journal.
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Pair and share Describe the society.
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What You Will Learn… The Asian civilizations of China and Japan were great centers of learning and culture. In China, a series of dynasties ruled a large and unified empire. China made many advances during this time. For example, the Chinese invented paper money, porcelain, and gunpowder, and made many improvements in transportation and agriculture.
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CA Standards 7.3 Students analyze the geographic, political, economic, religious, and social structures of the civilizations of China in the Middle Ages.
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Class assignments o Look through pages 160-193 and find a picture to draw in your history notebook. o NB pg 38 o Look on page165 to find the list of vocabulary words for the next chapter. o NB pg 39
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Key Terms and People Section 1 Period of Disunion Grand Canal Empress Wu Section 3 bureaucracy civil service scholar-official Section 2 porcelain woodblock printing gunpowder Compass Section 4 Genghis Khan Kublai Khan Zheng He isolationism
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Period of Disunion Grand Canal Empress Wu
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Porcelain woodblock printing Gunpowder Compass
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Bureaucracy civil service scholar-official
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Genghis Khan Kublai Khan Zheng He isolationism
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Section 1 Period of Disunion -The time of disorder that followed the collapse of the Han Dynasty in China Grand Canal- A canal linking northern and southern China Empress Wu- (625–705) Empress of China during the Tang dynasty, she ruled ruthlessly and brought prosperity to China.
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Section 2 Porcelain- a thin, beautiful pottery invented in China . woodblock printing- a form of printing in which an entire page is carved into a block of wood, covered with ink, and pressed to a piece of paper to create a printed page. gunpowder- a mixture of powders used in guns and explosives . Compass- an instrument that uses the earth’s magnetic field to indicate direction .
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Section 3 Bureaucracy- a body of unelected government officials. civil service-
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