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    • 1. How did Cultural Revolution affected students?
      Ji Young Kim
      Grade 9
      English
    • 2. Cultural Revolution
      : Cause of Cultural Revolution
      Trying to introduce higher socialism in China.
      Increase China’s agriculture and industry.
      Generation would know only Communist rule.
    • 3. Revolution
      Students starts to participate red guard.
    • 4.
    • 5. Education system during the revolution
    • 6. Student Red Guard (Hong Wei Bing)
      First Red Guard : Qing Hua middle school student.
      Students attack teachers
      Conflicts with students and teachers : Protest
      Wearing hats confess teachers.
    • 7. Universities
      “In June 1966 middle schools and universities throughout the country closed down as students devoted all their time to Red Guard activities.  Millions of these young students were encouraged to attack "counterrevolutionaries….."
    • 8. Hitler was the more cruel. Kill people more and more, close to become true revolutionaries.(Mao Ze Dong)
    • 9. Protest
    • 10. DaZiBao
      Name of counterrevolutionaries
      Against teachers
      Against students
    • 11. Rural areas : field
      “During the Cultural Revolution, millions of educated youths were sent to rural areas to work in the countryside and learn from the peasantry.  Mao believed that this would ultimately create a new society where there was no gap between urban and rural, laborers and intellectuals.”
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    • 15. Bibliography
      5. "To Live/Mao Zedong." Index.html. Web. 04 Feb. 2010. <http://brian.hoffert.faculty.noctrl.edu/TEACHING/ToLive.htm>.
      6. Web. 03 Feb. 2010. <http://hi.baidu.com/evil_force/album/item/936662909b0323a6a977a4f7.html>.
      7. "KHJ." Web. 15 Mar. 2010. <http://blog.naver.com/braveattack?Redirect=Log&logNo=10067308674>.

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