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1 AW Chapter 4 Ancient India

2 Geography Standard 1-4 History Standard 4 Warm Up Please define the following key terms: 1) Subcontinent 2) Monsoon 3)Citadel 4)Migrate 4)Caste Agenda: Warm Up Visit India using Google Earth Read pages Complete the Guided Reading Homework: Complete questions 1-3 on page 113 Chapter 4 Objectives: Students will: Learn about Ancient India geographic setting. Find out about life is an ancient city of the Indus River Valley. Examine the rise of a new culture in the Indus and Ganges river valleys. Find out about the beginning of Hinduism. Learn and Examine the teachings of Hinduism. Learn about the Buddha and his teachings. Find out how Buddhism was received inside and out India. Learn about the rise of the Maurya Empire. Essential Question: Why does where matter? Under what conditions should human culture attempt to change the processes that shape the natural environment? What makes a place culturally unique? Under what conditions do cultures spread? How does the geography of where we live effect our lives? AW Chapter 4 – Section 1 Introduction to Ancient India

3 Geography Standard 1-4 History Standard 4 Warm Up Read pages so that you may answer the question below: How were the homes of Mohenjo-Daro more advanced than those in ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia? Mohenjo-Daro Tour Mohenjo-Daro Tour Agenda: Warm Up Visit India using Google Earth Read page Writing Activity page 120 Chapter 4 Objectives: Students will: Learn about Ancient India geographic setting. Find out about life is an ancient city of the Indus River Valley. Examine the rise of a new culture in the Indus and Ganges river valleys. Find out about the beginning of Hinduism. Learn and Examine the teachings of Hinduism. Learn about the Buddha and his teachings. Find out how Buddhism was received inside and out India. Learn about the rise of the Maurya Empire. Essential Question: Why does where matter? Under what conditions should human culture attempt to change the processes that shape the natural environment? What makes a place culturally unique? Under what conditions do cultures spread? How does the geography of where we live effect our lives? AW Chapter 4 – Section 2 Hinduism in Ancient India

4 Reincarnation we believe the soul is immortal and takes birth time and time again. Through this process, we have experiences, learn lessons and evolve spiritually. Finally we graduate from physical birth.

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8 Geography Standard 1-4 History Standard 4 Warm Up Quiz on Hinduism Agenda: Warm Up Read page Enrichment Worksheet – please don’t write on the worksheet If there is time, answer the questions on page 125 Chapter 4 Objectives: Students will: Learn about Ancient India geographic setting. Find out about life is an ancient city of the Indus River Valley. Examine the rise of a new culture in the Indus and Ganges river valleys. Find out about the beginning of Hinduism. Learn and Examine the teachings of Hinduism. Learn about the Buddha and his teachings. Find out how Buddhism was received inside and out India. Learn about the rise of the Maurya Empire. Essential Question: Why does where matter? Under what conditions should human culture attempt to change the processes that shape the natural environment? What makes a place culturally unique? Under what conditions do cultures spread? How does the geography of where we live effect our lives? AW Chapter 4 – Section 3 The Beginning of Buddhism

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10 how our ego-selves tend to limit our experience of the larger world of oneness. In particular, here Yoda tries to get Luke to not just see a "tree as a tree," but to see all life as an energy that is all around us and that interconnects us. Of course, I'm not saying that becoming a Jedi knight is the same thing as the Buddhist awakening.

11 Geography Standard 1-4 History Standard 4 Warm Up Please define the following key terms: 1) Maurya Empire 2) Convert 3)Tolerence Agenda: Warm Up Read page Complete the Questions on page 132 and the Writing Activity Homework: Chapter 4 Objectives: Students will: Learn about Ancient India geographic setting. Find out about life is an ancient city of the Indus River Valley. Examine the rise of a new culture in the Indus and Ganges river valleys. Find out about the beginning of Hinduism. Learn and Examine the teachings of Hinduism. Learn about the Buddha and his teachings. Find out how Buddhism was received inside and out India. Learn about the rise of the Maurya Empire. Essential Question: Why does where matter? Under what conditions should human culture attempt to change the processes that shape the natural environment? What makes a place culturally unique? Under what conditions do cultures spread? How does the geography of where we live effect our lives? AW Chapter 4 – Section 4 The Maurya Empire

12 Maurya Elephant Army Discovery School How did elephants help Maurya warriors?

13 Geography Standard 1-4 History Standard 4 Warm Up Notes Agenda: Warm Up Study Guide Ancient India TimelineIndia Timeline Homework: Study Chapter 4 Objectives: Students will: Learn about Ancient India geographic setting. Find out about life is an ancient city of the Indus River Valley. Examine the rise of a new culture in the Indus and Ganges river valleys. Find out about the beginning of Hinduism. Learn and Examine the teachings of Hinduism. Learn about the Buddha and his teachings. Find out how Buddhism was received inside and out India. Learn about the rise of the Maurya Empire. Essential Question: Why does where matter? Under what conditions should human culture attempt to change the processes that shape the natural environment? What makes a place culturally unique? Under what conditions do cultures spread? How does the geography of where we live effect our lives? AW Chapter 4 – Section 4 Ancient India Review

14 Summary For thousands of years, India was cut off from much of the ancient world by the great wall on its northern border— the Himalaya Mountains, the highest mountain range on earth. This isolation allowed the ancient civilizations of India to develop in their own ways, giving rise to cultures and religions that remained basically unaffected by outside influences Notes Ancient India

15 Section 1: The Indus and Ganges River Valleys The Himalaya Mountains shielded India from invaders. The fertile river valleys and dependable rains encouraged early farmers to grow surplus crops. This surplus allowed large cities to develop and flourish.

16 Notes Ancient India Section 2: Hinduism in Ancient India Hinduism developed from a blend of prehistoric customs and the beliefs of Indian people. Hindus believe in one religious spirit. They believe in reincarnation and that a person's behavior in this life determines the soul's position in the next life.

17 Notes Ancient India Section 3: The Beginnings of Buddhism A Hindu prince's search for the meaning of life developed into the major religion called Buddhism. The Buddha taught that human suffering is caused by selfish desires for power, wealth, and pleasure. The way a person can become free from suffering is by giving up these selfish desires.

18 Notes Ancient India Section 4: The Maurya Empire The Maurya empire was founded in the early 300s B.C. and stretched from north to central India. The empire's wealth was earned mainly through trade and was used to improve the empire.

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20 Geography Standard 1-4 History Standard 4 Warm Up Clear Off Your Desks Agenda: Warm Up Study Guide Homework: Study Chapter 4 Objectives: Students will: Learn about Ancient India geographic setting. Find out about life is an ancient city of the Indus River Valley. Examine the rise of a new culture in the Indus and Ganges river valleys. Find out about the beginning of Hinduism. Learn and Examine the teachings of Hinduism. Learn about the Buddha and his teachings. Find out how Buddhism was received inside and out India. Learn about the rise of the Maurya Empire. Essential Question: Why does where matter? Under what conditions should human culture attempt to change the processes that shape the natural environment? What makes a place culturally unique? Under what conditions do cultures spread? How does the geography of where we live effect our lives? AW Chapter 4 – Section 4 Ancient India Review

21 Geography Standard 1-4 History Standard 4 Warm Up Clear Off Your Desks Agenda: Warm Up Study Guide Everest Homework: Study Chapter 4 Objectives: Students will: Learn about Ancient India geographic setting. Find out about life is an ancient city of the Indus River Valley. Examine the rise of a new culture in the Indus and Ganges river valleys. Find out about the beginning of Hinduism. Learn and Examine the teachings of Hinduism. Learn about the Buddha and his teachings. Find out how Buddhism was received inside and out India. Learn about the rise of the Maurya Empire. Essential Question: Why does where matter? Under what conditions should human culture attempt to change the processes that shape the natural environment? What makes a place culturally unique? Under what conditions do cultures spread? How does the geography of where we live effect our lives? AW Chapter 4 – Section 4 Ancient India Review

22 Geography Standard 1-4 History Standard 4 Warm Up Review of Ancient India Agenda: Warm Up Everest Homework: Study - test tomorrow Chapter 4 Objectives: Students will: Learn about Ancient India geographic setting. Find out about life is an ancient city of the Indus River Valley. Examine the rise of a new culture in the Indus and Ganges river valleys. Find out about the beginning of Hinduism. Learn and Examine the teachings of Hinduism. Learn about the Buddha and his teachings. Find out how Buddhism was received inside and out India. Learn about the rise of the Maurya Empire. Essential Question: Why does where matter? Under what conditions should human culture attempt to change the processes that shape the natural environment? What makes a place culturally unique? Under what conditions do cultures spread? How does the geography of where we live effect our lives? AW Chapter 4 – Section 4 Ancient India Review

23 Geography Standard 1-4 History Standard 4 Warm Up Movie Permission Form Handout Agenda: Test Essay JC Homework: Get movie handout signed Chapter 4 Objectives: Students will: Learn about Ancient India geographic setting. Find out about life is an ancient city of the Indus River Valley. Examine the rise of a new culture in the Indus and Ganges river valleys. Find out about the beginning of Hinduism. Learn and Examine the teachings of Hinduism. Learn about the Buddha and his teachings. Find out how Buddhism was received inside and out India. Learn about the rise of the Maurya Empire. Essential Question: Why does where matter? Under what conditions should human culture attempt to change the processes that shape the natural environment? What makes a place culturally unique? Under what conditions do cultures spread? How does the geography of where we live effect our lives? AW Chapter 4 – Section 4 Ancient India Review


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