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Lesson 8-4 Vocabulary The Legacy of Ancient China Mr. Ochoa 6 th Grade MVMS
Objectives Explore why the Silk roads were important Discuss Confucianism and Daoism How Ancient China influenced the world
Silk Roads The overland trade routes that linked China to the west. They traded silk, paper, and pottery
Trans-Eurasian Involving the continents of Europe and Asia This connection through the Silk Roads made China a huge global trade network.
Cultural Diffusion The spread of ethnic ideas and customs to other areas of the world. Such things as military methods, Buddhism, and western cultural styles reached China.
Chinese Inventions They Chinese invented paper, better farming tools, and silk.
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