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1 My Job EVERYDAYTake out: Notebook, Agenda, Materials, and homework dueSet up Notebook correctly: Title, Date, Page #Begin Do Now**Materials: pencils, pens, paper, composition book, index cards, dry erase markers, sharpeners, tape, markers, highlighters, erasers,
2 Do NowWhat is the difference between Daoism and Confucianism? If you use your textbook to look at the definition of the words, you need to explain the difference between the two in your OWN words.
3 Ancient Chinese Philosophies LegalismConfucianismDaoismBelief that the government must control people through strict laws-Strict laws were needed-Harsh punishments-Forced people to obey the laws-Strong government was neededPeople were forced to obey the laws by being afraid of the punishmentsConfucius taught that order would return to China if society was organized around 5 relationships.-father/ son-elder brother/junior brother-husband/wife-friend/friend-ruler/subjectKey to happiness in China was to RESPECT ALL people.-proper conduct- Confucius believed that good conduct and respect began at home.Filial piety- treating parents with respect-clear roles was established in society and at homeTaught that people could find virtue by living in harmony with nature.ALL things are guided by a universal force.Acceptance of things/events as they were“It is what it is”“Let it Be”Yin- (black) – cold, dark, & mysteriousYang – (white) – warm, bright, & lightThe forces complement each other.Always changing and evolvingUnderstanding the yin and yang, helps a person understand how he or she fit into this world.*Philosophy the study of basic truths and ideas about the universe.Ancient Chinese Philosophies
4 Daoism Legalism Confucianism Harsh punishments Strict laws People were forced to obey the lawsGovernment must control people to obey the lawsPeople were afraid to disobey lawsConfucius taught that good conduct and respect begin at homeKey to happiness was to respect ALL people5- relationshipsFilial piety – respect for ones parentsLive in harmony with natureDid not believe in good or badAll things are guided by a universal forceAcceptance of things/events as they were“It is what it is”“Let it Be”Yin- (black) – cold, dark, & mysteriousYang – (white) – warm, bright, & lightThe forces complement each other.Always changing and evolvingUnderstanding the yin and yang, helps a person understand how he or she fit into this world.
5 Class Expectations Be Respectful Stay in your seat Follow Directions Raise your hand if you wish to speakStay on taskThe bell does not dismiss you, the teacher does when your desk is clean
8 Daoism Yin- (black) – cold, dark, & mysterious Yang – (white) – warm, bright, & lightThe forces complement each other.Always changing and evolvingUnderstanding the yin and yang, helps a person understand how he or she fit into this world.
9 Activity [p.263] WORK QUIETLY!!!!!! You may work independent or with a partnerChoose one of the three Chinese philosophiesCreate a set of classroom rules that reflect the basic ideas of one of the three philosophiesYou need a title, pictures or symbols and use marker to make it colorful
10 Quiz 6.6.3 TAKE OUT A HALF SHEET OF PAPER #1-5 YOU HAVE 10 MINUTES AFTER SCHOOL
11 #1 How did the Shang and Zhou kings govern China? Through strong central governmentsThrough royal priests who consulted oracle bonesBy appointing relatives to govern different regionsBy first getting the Mandate of Heavena
12 #2According to Confucius, what two things did China need to achieve peace and harmony?Respect for parental authority and a stable family structureStrict enforcement of laws and respect for government authorityResponsible behavior by rulers and widespread educationProper conduct in the family and proper conduct in societya
13 #3What philosophy encouraged people to live in harmony with nature and their inner feelings?LegalismConfucianismDaoismFilial Pietyc
14 #4 What Han ruler placed infants on the throne in order to power? Shi HuangdiLiu BangEmpress LuWudia
15 #5 What Chinese products were carried west on the Silk Roads? silk, pottery, and paperHorses and livestockPrecious stones, gold, and silverSesame seeds and oila
16 #6Legalism. Confucianism, and Daoism are examples of________ popular at various times in Chinese history.DynastiesHeavenly mandatesPhilosophiesReligious practicesc
17 #7According to _________, people need harsh punishments to make them afraid to do wrong.BuddhismDaoismJainismLegalismd
18 #8____________, or treating parents with respect, is one of the most important teachings of ConfucianismThe mandate of heavenFilial pietyThe mandate of the GodsAncestor worshipb
19 #9The followers of __________were not concerned with good and bad, and did not try to change things or get involved in governmentConfucianismDaoismKongfuziLegalismb
20 #10Proper conduct within one’s family and in society was an important teaching of________.ConfucianismDaoismLegalismPragmatisma