The zip file contains instructions for a research report on ancient China. To introduce the concept of research, there is an additional PowerPoint explaining the difference between primary and secondary sources. Also included is a PDF handout of web resources for student research on ancient China and a PDF outline of the content of each slide. There is a PDF of directions for making the research report in PowerPoint or as a video and a grading rubric for both research and video in the folder. (There are PDFs and the original Word documents so you can copy and paste the text into your own word processor for any desired changes.) A bonus feature is a folder that contains 103 images of ancient China that are free for teachers and students to use and share. The topics included are:
• Ancient China title
• Introduction to China
• Shi Huangdi
• Art and Architecture
• Advancement in Science
• Han Dynasty
• Silk Roads
• Great Wall of China
• Interesting Facts about Ancient China
Cite specific textual evidence to support analysis of primary and secondary sources.
Determine the central ideas or information of a primary or secondary source; provide an accurate summary of the source distinct from prior knowledge or opinions.