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China
World History IDs
A. Chapter 2, Section 4 (p. 50-55)
1. How long after the other river valley
civilizations did China begin to
Urbanize?
2. Natural barriers
3. Huang He/ Yellow River
4. Chang Jiang/ Yangtze River
5. loess
6. Environmental challenges China faced
7. North China Plain
8. Xia Dynasty
9. Yu
10. Shang Dynasty
11. Anyang & Shang protective walls
12. barbarians
13. Middle Kingdom
14. family in China
15. Social classes during the Shang Dynasty
16. Religious beliefs in China
17. oracle bones
18. development of writing in China & how
it unified the country
19. How many Chinese characters did you
have to know to be considered barely
literate? How about a scholar?
20. Zhou dynasty
21. Mandate of Heaven
22. Dynastic Cycle
23. Feudalism in Zhou dynasty China
24. Innovations of the Zhou
25. The Period of Warring States
B.
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5.
Chapter 4, Section 4 (p. 104-107)
The Warring States Period
Confucius
Confucius’s beliefs
The Five Basic Relationships
The importance of family and filial piety
to Confucius
6. Analects
7. Mencius
8. The importance of education according
to Confucius
9. Bureaucracy and the importance of
education
10. Was Confucianism a religion? If not,
what was it?
11. Laozi
12. Dao De Jing
13. The Dao
14. Daoism and its connection to science
15. Legalists & their beliefs about law
16. Hanfeizi and Li Si
17. How legalists think a ruler should do his
job
18. Legalist views of how to deal with those
who criticize the government.
19. I Ching
20. Yin and Yang
C. Chapter 4, section 4, part 2 (p. 107109)
21. Qin Dynasty & the philosophy they
ruled by
22. Shi Huangdi, and how he conquered
China
23. “strengthening the trunk and
weakening the branches”
24. How Shi Huangdi maintained control of
China
25. Shi Huangdi and Confucian Scholars/
Confucian books
26. Autocracy
27. Shi Huandi’s program of
centralization/unifying and its impact
28. Why the Qin dynasty was unpopular.
29. The Great Wall of China and how it was
built
30. The Fall of the Qin Dynasty
D. Chapter 7, Section 3 (p. 200-203) part 1
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Liu Bang
Han Dynasty
“people of the Han”
centralized government
commanderies
changes made by Liu Bang
7.
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15.
16.
Empress Lü
Emperor Wudi
The “Martial Emperor”
The Xiongnu & how the Han dynasty
tried to control them
How Wudi pushed the Xiongnu back
Expansion of the Han dynasty under
Wudi
Chinese view of the emperor
The different types of taxes paid in Han
China
government jobs & workers
Confucianism & its connection to
government jobs
E. Chapter 7, section 3 part 2 (p.203-207)
17. Advances in technology
18. view of farmers during the Han dynasty
& why they were viewed this way
19. view of merchants, but also the reality
20. government monopolies
21. importance of silk
22. unification through assimilation
23. Sima Qian/The Records of the Grand
Historian
24. Ban Biao/ Ban Gu/ Ban Zhao
25. Lives of women
26. Problems with land inheritance & large
landowners
27. Problems that led to the fall of the Han
Dynasty
28. Wang Mang & his rule of China
29. The downfall of Wang Mang
30. The Later Han Dynasty
F.
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9.
Chapter 12, Section 1 (p. 323-326)
What happened after the Han Dynasty
Emperor Wendi
Sui Dynasty
Grand Canal
Why the Sui dynasty fell
The Tang Dynasty
The expansion of the Tang Empire
Empress Wu Zhao
Improvements made by the Tang
Dynasty
10. How the Tang Dynasty rebuilt the
bureaucracy
11. The theory & reality of who could get
top jobs in Tang government.
12. Why the Tang Dynasty fell
13. Battle of Talas and its impact
14. What happened after the Tang fell
15. Taizu & The Song Dynasty
16. Size of the Song Dynasty compared to
the Tang Dynasty
17. How the Song emperors tried to deal
with northern enemies
18. The Jurchen & The Jin Empire
19. The Southern Song Dynasty
G. Chapter 12, section 1 part 2 (p. 326329)
20. Population growth during the Song and
Tang Dynasties
21. Movable type
22. Impact of the development of
gunpowder
23. Other inventions from the Tang and
Song dynasties (look at pgs. 328 & 329
too!)
24. Mathematical ideas from China’s Tang
and Song dynasties
25. Improvements to Agriculture during the
Tang and Song dynasty
26. Trade during the Tang dynasty & the
Silk Road
27. Trade after the Tang dynasty and
advances that came with it
28. The spread of Chinese culture through
East Asia
29. Art of the Tang Dynasty
30. Art of the Song Dynasty
31. Changes to society during the Tang and
Song dynasties
a. The Gentry
b. Urban middle class
c. Bottom of Urban society
d. Peasants
32. Status of women during the Tang and
Song dynasty
33. Foot-binding/”lily-foot”