Bundle of 2 - Civilizations of East Asia - Chinese Inventions & Outside Contacts

Bundle of 2 - Civilizations of East Asia - Chinese Inventions & Outside Contacts
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This is a bundle of 2, highly animated, power point presentations on Civilizations of East Asia - Chinese Inventions and Outside Contacts with the World. Both presentations together number 55 slides. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change it to fit your individual needs.

Over the centuries, Chinese scholars and scientists studied engineering, mathematics, science, and medicine, among other subjects. Their studies led to scientific and technological progress that was often far ahead of advances in the rest of the world. Many of these advances took place during the Tang and Song Dynasties, and the influence of these advancements are still seen today.

Power point presentation #1 is entitled, Civilizations of East Asia - Chinese Discoveries & Inventions contains 34 slides and covers the following:

Introduction
Exploration & Travel
The Compass
Boat Construction
The Paddlewheel Boat
Canal Locks
Bridges
Paper
Block Printing
Scrolls & Books
Movable Type
Printing & Learning
Tea Industry
Tea Harvesting
European Tea Industry
Porcelain (2)
Steel
Gunpowder
Military Weapons
Bombs
Rockets
Everyday Objects
Paper Money
Chinese Clocks
European Clocks
Disease Prevention
Heat Kills Disease
Inoculation
Vaccines
End of Presentation

The 3 most important dynasties in China were:

The Tang Dynasty, 618–907.
The Mongol, or Yuan Dynasty, 1279–1368.
The Ming Dynasty, 1368–1644.

During the rule of these dynasties, China experienced great cultural exchanges resulting in new ideas and products flowing in and out of China. Many Chinese, however, resented foreign influence and tried to limit it to the point that Ming emperors eventually tried to close China’s doors to foreign influence entirely.

From that time on, the dynasty turned inward. Ming rulers wanted to protect their people from foreign influences, so they forbade travel outside China. All contact between Chinese people and foreigners had to be approved by the government.

Power point presentation #2 is entitled, Civilizations of East Asia - China's Contacts With the Outside World contains 21 slides and covers the following:

Introduction
The Hun Dynasty
The Tang Dynasty
The Tang Upper Class
Religion
Buddhism Loses Favor
Sea Trading Grows
The Yuan Dynasty
Silk Road Restored
Sea Trade Grows
Role of Foreigners
Marco Polo
Marco Polo’s Journal
The Ming Dynasty
Emperor Chengzu
Zheng He’s Journey
Travel Forbidden
The Fall of the Ming Dynasty
End of Presentation

This is one of many bundled power point presentations I offer in my store under the heading....Civilizations of East Asia.
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