This lesson on Daoism and art in ancient China is interactive and fun, with students creating their and analyzing their own Daoism-influenced drawings! Students read and analyze Tang dynasty era poems and landscape paintings, as well as an informative summary about Daoism in ancient China. The four page worksheet allows review opportunities that compare and connect student understanding with past studies, and contains a variety of questions for individual response or group discussion. A thorough two page teacher guide and answer key is included. Appropriate for World History, Asian Studies, or Art and Art History classes. See preview for excerpts.
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