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"Medieval China's Three Ways" Primary Sources Activity + Assessment

"Medieval China's Three Ways" Primary Sources Activity  + Assessment
"Medieval China's Three Ways" Primary Sources Activity  + Assessment
"Medieval China's Three Ways" Primary Sources Activity  + Assessment
"Medieval China's Three Ways" Primary Sources Activity  + Assessment
"Medieval China's Three Ways" Primary Sources Activity  + Assessment
"Medieval China's Three Ways" Primary Sources Activity  + Assessment
"Medieval China's Three Ways" Primary Sources Activity  + Assessment
"Medieval China's Three Ways" Primary Sources Activity  + Assessment
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This Activity explains medieval China's three dominant philosophies - Daoism, Confucianism, and Buddhism. It then requires the students to identify examples of these three philosophies.

Activity includes:
- Brief Explanation of the Three Ways - Primary Source Quotes - Assessment
- Answer Key.
- Printables

Store: The Medieval World and Early Modern Times
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4 Pages + Printable
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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