In this complete lesson students learn how and why Buddhism spread from Ancient India across Asia, how cultural diffusion shaped the two different branches of Buddhism, and why it is no longer dominant in India. A visual-rich PowerPoint, primary source excerpt analysis activity, and a fun object lesson game help engage and retain student interest. A detailed lesson plan gives additional teacher notes.
This lesson is an ideal follow-up to my resource "Buddhism in India: Origins and Beliefs"
Leads nicely into my lesson on "Emperor Ashoka and the Mauryan Empire"
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