AP World History: China 600CE-1450CE Notes

AP World History:  China 600CE-1450CE Notes
AP World History:  China 600CE-1450CE Notes
AP World History:  China 600CE-1450CE Notes
AP World History:  China 600CE-1450CE Notes
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This is a 23-slide power point presentation that covers the basic information related to political, social, cultural, and economic developments in China during the period of 600CE - 1450CE. The power point follows along with the AP World History Curriculum Framework related to China during the Period Three curriculum and serves as an overview that introduces students to the main ideas that they need to know. While developed for an AP World History Curriculum, the power point would also be useful in any World History or Global History course that is learning about China during this period.

Specific topics included in the power point are:
-The Sui, Tang, and Song Dynasties
-The Grand Canal
-Chinese Hegemony and Tributary System
-Silk Road and Indian Ocean Trade
-Civil Service Examination System
-Confucianism vs. Buddhism
-Neo-Confucianism
-Foot binding and subjugation of women

Be sure to check for the "AP World History: China 600CE-1450CE Notes Student Outline" that is available on TpT and can be used as a notes guide for students while the lecture takes place.
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1 hour

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AP World History:  China 600CE-1450CE Notes
AP World History:  China 600CE-1450CE Notes
AP World History:  China 600CE-1450CE Notes
AP World History:  China 600CE-1450CE Notes