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Lesson 7.02 Six more dynasties! A dynasty is a kingdom passed from father to son. Just like in Egypt!!

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2 Lesson 7.02 Six more dynasties! A dynasty is a kingdom passed from father to son. Just like in Egypt!!

3 #2 Zhou dynasty- Pronounced “Joe” King Wu of the Zhou takes control from the Shang. (the ruler of the Shang had been behaving very badly—he was torturing people, playing favorites—not nice! King Wu meets no resistance from the Shang The Zhou believed that they had a “Mandate of Heaven” to overthrow the Shang Mandate of Heaven means the will of the gods

4 Mandate of Heaven Will of the gods, the Mandate of Heaven determines if a dynasty stays in power Will stay in power as long as the leaders are good Dynastic Cycle: If people are overtaxed, people are not protected, if there is injustice—government loses mandate Then there would be natural disasters, revolts, invaders New Dynasty comes in with Mandate of Heaven Peace and Harmony

5 Zhou Western era Eastern era Spring And Autumn Warring States Hundreds of villages Local rulers set up to control villages Feudal system: peasants serve a land owning lord Villages always fighting—the capital moves EAST! Calm period Crops, crafts and trade routes developed Silk, iron, bookmaking Confucianism, Daoism and Legalism More war!! After years of fighting, all the small villages are regrouped into 6 areas (duchies)

6 #3 Qin Dynasty (pronounced “chin”) Great Wall of China started construction Terra cotta army Multiplication 2 X 2 Common Money Laws Iron-forging

7 #4 Han Dynasty Confucianism Plow Fishing reel Wheelbarrow Acupuncture Compass (helped with navigation)

8 #5 Tang Dynasty Tea Gunpowder Block printing using paper and movable type Smallpox vaccine

9 #6 Song Dynasty Grew rice and wheat Calligraphy Landscape paintings

10 #7 Ming Dynasty Blue and white porcelain Opera and drama Confucianism

11 Don’t forget the Shang Dynasty(#1) pronounced “Shaaaahng” lesson 7.01 Writing system :Pictographs and ideographs Bronze casting Idea of dynasties

12 Assignment contributions 5 graphics Explain each contribution, rank them as to what you think is most important and explain why you ranked them that way Turn in the template I sent you or create your own powerpoint. Include “completed during live elluminate session” in student comment area.”

13 Five important contributions from the dynasties Contribution 1 - (Explain contribution and why you ranked it first) Contribution 2- (Explain contribution and why you ranked it second) Contribution 3- (Explain contribution and why you ranked it third) Contribution 4- (Explain contribution and why you ranked it fourth) Contribution 5- (Explain contribution and why you ranked it fifth) Insert Picture Here

14 Contribution #1. Great Wall of China The Great Wall of China was built for protection from the northern nomadic tribes and other enemies. The first wall was made from dirt mounds but the wall we know today is made from stone and brick. I ranked the Great Wall first because I think it’s a great tourist attraction and I want to visit China this summer Example of a power point slide show

15 I can’t wait to see your work!


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