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Row 1, Col 1 What are warlords? Military leaders who run a government and fought with each for control.
2,1 What is the Sui? General Wendi reunited China to start this dynasty where he united the 17 kingdoms and forced farmers to work.
3,1 What is the Grand Canal? After Wendi died, his son Yangdi took over the Chinese throne and linked the Yangtze river with the yellow river with this.
4,1 What is Northern and Southern China? The Grand Canal became an important shipping route between these two parts of China.
5,1 What is the economy? The organized way in which people make, sell, and purchase things.
1,2 What is the Civil Service Exam? The Tang Dynasty used this to hire people for government jobs.
2,2 Who is Empress Wu? The only woman to rule China.
3,2 Who are the Turks? In AD 907 the Tang Dynasty collapsed and the Silk Road was taken over by this group.
4,2 What is the Song Dynasty? During this dynasty Chinese paintings often were landscapes.
5,2 What is not a large enough army? Under the Song, China began to shrink, Tibet broke away, and Nomads took over parts of the North because of this.
1,3 What is the Silk Road? This was the name of the 4,000 mile trade route.
2,3 What are signal fires? To warn traders of thieves, these were built on the great wall.
What is death? This was the punishment for exporting silkworm eggs. 3,3
4,3 What is Buddhism? In AD 150 traders and missionaries brought this to China
5,3 What are Monasteries? Buddhist monks and nuns lived, meditated, and worshiped in these.
1,4 What is they ran schools, provided food and rooms for travelers, they were bankers and provided medical care? The monasteries and temples provided these services for the people.
2,4 What are Korea and Japan? In the 800’s, the Tang began to fear Buddhism and destroyed the monasteries. At the same time Buddhism spread to these countries.
3,4 What is Neo-Confucianism? The Tang and Song Dynasties both supported this form of Confucianism.
4,4 What is having wise leaders? The Civil Service Exam supported these Confucian ideas about how to run a government.
5,4 What is better irrigation and new kinds of rice? These things improved farming.
1,5 These were the leaders of Korea. Who were the Koryo?
2,5 This was a count of the number of people. What is census?
3,5 He was a popular poet during the Tang dynasty Who was Li bo?
4,5 What was the Ming Dynasty? This fell in 1644 to the Manchus.
5,5 Who was Confucius? He believed that a good government needed wise rulers.
1,6 Who was Zheng He? He was a voyager during the Ming dynasty.
2,6 What was Changan? The capital city of China under the Tang dynasty.
3,6 What is the Ming? This dynasty built a large fleet of ships to trade and demand money from weaker kingdoms.
4,6 Who was Marco Polo? He wrote a book about his travels.
5,6 What is the Yuan? This dynasty was started by Kublai Khan and lasted 100 years.
warlords warlords – military leaders who run a government Korea Korea – country NE of China- broke away from China to create their own civilization.
China Reunites Chapter 12 Section 1.
China Reunites Ch. 12 Section 1.
Chapter 12: China in the Middle Ages
Grab your clicker Take out your writing utensil Put the remainder of your materials in/under your desk.
Copy down the following timeline.
Daily Lesson and Discussion Notes: 4-1
4-1 Notes: China Reunites. China is Reunited The Han dynasty ended in 220 A.C.E. – China broke into 17 kingdoms – Warlords fought with each other for.
Chapter 12 Section 1 (22 Slides) 1.
Medieval china A.D China Rebuilds The Han Dynasty came to an end in A.D. 220The Han Dynasty came to an end in A.D. 220 For the next 300 years,
China in the Middle Ages
For 300 years, China had no central government. The country collapsed into separate kingdoms and the Chinese people suffered hardships.
China in the Middle Ages. When and Who? Reading Strategy Categorizing Information Complete a table like the one on page 408 of your textbook to show.
Chapter 12 Section 1 Kathleen The Sui Dynasty ruled from 581 to 618. The first ruler was Wendi. After he died, his son Yang Jian took over the Chinese.
CHAPTER 12 China in the Middle Ages. SECTION 1- CHINA REUNITES.
Chapter 8, Lesson 1 China Reunites It Matters Because: Ideas & innovations introduced during the Sui, Tang, & Song dynasties united China after centuries.
China Review Information Vocabulary Know the following 1.Tang Dynasty 2.Monastery 3.Li Bo 4.Silk Road 5.Confucius 6.Zheng He 7.Koryo 8.Census 9.Ming.
Period of Disunion 220 – 589: After the fall of the Han Dynasty China split into rival kingdoms This period was filled with war Many nomadic people settled.
Chapter 12 Section 1 Questions
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