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你好 – HELLO! "Ni hao”—pronounced "nee haow” Please find your name card and clear your desk—LOOK over your graded maps to see how you can improve on the next one. If you do not have an INDIA map at your seat, check the round table for NO NAME papers.
Create a Physical map of China Your physical map of the China should include: – Color coded key to show eLEVAtion – Compass Rose – Title – Caption—this should tell the reader something important to learn from the map. Be clear and specific – Labels to show mountains, rivers, deserts etc Use pp 161 Be sure to color the continent where China is located on the inset map.
你好 – HELLO! "Ni hao” Number the items on the Bell ringer in the order you THINK they happened in history. When you finish, turn your paper over and get a text book.
Open books to pg. 160 Audio READ and note taking! Be sure your name is on your note chart!
Confucius and Society During Zhou Dynasty Confucius, a man, felt that China was full of rude, dishonest people He wanted people to return to having good ethics
Confucius's rules for Families Fathers should be role models for family Children should respect and obey their parents Families should be loyal to one another
Confucius’ Rules for Government Do not have strict laws Have leaders be good role models for morals and behavior King should inspire good behavior- not scare people into good behavior
Confucius Proverbs A man who has committed a mistake and doesn't correct it is committing another mistake. Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall. Real knowledge is to know the extent of one's ignorance.
Confucius Teachings Confucius traveled all over teaching his ideas His teachings were put into a book called The Analects Confucianism is meant to guide behavior
Daoism—sometimes spelled Taoism Started by a man named Laozi who lived about 600 BC Is a philosophy (way of thinking) but turned into a religion Laozi believed that people needed to go with the flow (wu-wei) let nature take its course
Yin and Yang Believed everything in the universe had a life force- a yin and yang-opposites Yin-dark side- is women, moon, things that are still & death Yang-light side-is men, sun, things that move & birth Must keep the yin and the yang balanced
Beliefs… Wrong for people to fight Wrong for government to make rules and laws Against any kind of rules, diets, etc. Had theories regarding the body, diet, breathing and physical exercises, uses of herbs, philosophical inquiry and meditation. The Daoist feels these ideas bring a human being into closer alignment with the “natural order” of life and living
3 Jewels to be sought…. Compassion- awareness of another person’s pain and wanting to relieve it Moderation- avoid extremes Humility- modest, don’t brag
Legalism Beliefs Believed that people were bad and needed to be controlled Religion wasn’t involved Believed society needed strict laws People should be responsible for other people’s actions. Ex- neighbors and relatives should also be punished Scare people into obeying laws
Legalism There are 3 parts to Legalism ~fa (law) ~shi (legitimacy) ~shu (arts of the ruler)
Fa (law) Laws were written and made public The laws ran the state the rulers did not Laws were enforced by strict rewards and punishments
Shi (legitimacy) Keeping order was the first priority Anyone could rule as long as laws were in place
Shu-arts of the ruler Rulers should not be kind Being kind leads to failure They need to be strict otherwise people get disrespectful and lazy
NiHao Pick up your homework from the Bell ringer basket Write your name on it You may begin reading and annotating Place your Homework (Vocabulary Builders 1- 2) in the center
NiHao Find your name card Place your homework in the center of your station Put your name on your bell ringer Open your text book to p. 166
Dynasty Reading Stations Listening Station Teacher Station Independent Station Read all the questions first. Read together. Answer the questions after you finish reading. All answers should be in complete sentences.
NiHao Sit in your new station Place your homework in the center of your station (Zhou Dynasty Packet) Put your name on your bell ringer Open your text book to p. 172
NiHao Put your name on your bell ringer Grab a green atlas from the front of the room.
NiHao Grab your learning journal. Reflect on what you have learned thus far about the Qin, Zhou, or Han Dynasties. Open your text books to page 178 for a review of the Han Dynasty.
Han Dynasty Look at the first page of your packet. Complete and check your answers for accuracy. In your groups complete page 2 of your packet on the Han Dynasty. WRITE IN COMPLETE SENTENCES.
NiHao Open your text books to page 187 for a review of the Han Dynasty. Take out your HAN Packet homework
NiHao 1.Clear your desks 2.We will read the directions and then begin the quiz 3.When you finish, put the quiz in Today’s Work 4.Analyze The Great Wall Source 5.Start your World Religion Homework