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Zheng He

  1. 1. Zheng He
  2. 2. The Biography of Zheng He Zheng He’s Travels Timeline of Zheng He Learner Profile for Zheng He Map of Zheng He’s Travels NASA’s Map of Zheng He’s Travels Zheng He – a significant explorer Zheng He’s treasure boat Picture of Zheng He Contents
  3. 3. Zheng He was born in 1371 in Kunyang, China, during the Ming Dynasty. The emperor during this period was Zhu Di, or Ming Chengzu. Zheng He started his voyages to the west in 1405. Every time Zheng He sailed to the west, he always had 208 ships with him of which 63 were treasure ships. The maximum number of people on the ships was about 28,568. He travelled to: Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka India, Saudi Arabia and Africa. The Biography of Zheng He
  4. 4. <ul><li>Zheng He’s first voyage was from 1405 -1406. He visited Champa (Vietnam), Java (Indonesia), Sumatra (Lhokseumawe), Lamuri (Banda Aceh), Calicut, Polembang (Palembang) and Malacca. </li></ul><ul><li>His second voyage was from 1407-1409. He visited Champa (Vietnam), Java (Indonesia), Siam (Thailand), Malacca, Lamuri (Banda Aceh), Cail, Cochin, Koyampadi, Jurfatten (Ahmedabad), Cailcut and Ceylon (Sri Lanka). </li></ul><ul><li>His third voyage was from 1409 -1411. He visited Champa (Vietnam), Java (Indonesia), Malacca, Sumatra (Lhokseumawe), Ceylon, Quilon, Cailcut and Lamuri (Banda Aceh). </li></ul>Zheng He’s Travels
  5. 5. His fourth voyage was from 1414 -1415. He visited Champa (Vietnam), Java (Indonesia), Polembang (Palembang), Malacca, Pahang, Kelantan (Kota Bahru), Sumatra (Lhokseumawe), Aru (Belawan), Lamuri, Cail, Cochin, Cailcut, Ormus (Hormuz), Maldives and Ceylon. His fifth voyage was from 1417-1419. He visited Champa, Java, Polembang (Palembang), Malacca, Pahang, Sumatra (Lhokseumawe), Lamuri (Banda Aceh), Ceylon, Cochin, Shaliwanni, Calicut, Sana (Mukalla), Ormus (Hormuz), Aden, Magadozu (Mogadishu), Brawa (Brava), Malindi, Malodives, Koyampadi. Zheng He’s Travels
  6. 6. His sixth voyage was from 1421-1422. He visited Champa, Ceylon, Ormus (Hormuz), Zufar (Dhofar), Cail, Sana (Mukalla), Aden, Magadoxu (Mogadishu), Brawa (Brava), Koyampadi, Calicut, Cochin, Chola, Siam, Sumatra (Lhokseumawe), Maldives, Lamuri (Banda Aceh), Aru (Belawan), Malacca. Zheng He’s Travels
  7. 7. His seventh voyage was from 1431-1433. He visited Champa, Java, Polembang (Palembang), Malacca, Sumatra(Lhokseumawe), Aru (Bealwan), Nagur, Lide, Lamuri (Banda Aceh), Bengal, Ceylon, Quilon, Cochin, Koyampadi, Cail, Maldives, Calicut, Macca (Mecca), Ormus (Hormuz), Sana, Aden, Magadoxu (Mogadishu), Brawa (Brava). Zheng He’s Travels
  8. 8. Timeline of Zheng He Zheng He is born in 1371 His first voyage in 1405-1406. His second Voyage in 1407-1409. His third Voyage in 1409-1411. His fourth voyage in 1414-1415. His fifth voyage in 1417-1419 His sixth voyage in 1421-1422. Zheng He died in his seventh voyage.
  9. 9. Risk Taker: Zheng He was a risk taker because he went to a lot of places that he didn’t know. Inquirer: He was an inquirer because he discovered new places for his country. Principled: He was a principled person because he did the right thing for his country. Balanced: He was not a balanced person because he always worked and didn’t have enough rest. Learner Profiles of Zheng He
  10. 10. Our Map of Zheng He’s Travels
  11. 11. NASA’s Map of Zheng He’s Travels
  12. 12. <ul><li>1. Why do we consider Zhen g He to be signifcant? </li></ul><ul><li>Because he explored places and then gave the map of his findings to the emperor. In 1433, Zheng He died during his 7th voyage. His death meant the end of all voyages to the west. </li></ul><ul><li>2. How did Zheng He impact on places he went? </li></ul><ul><li>He traded Chinese goods to other countries. Zheng He opened up trade routes and developed relationships between China and other countries. </li></ul><ul><li>3. Why did Zheng He travel? </li></ul><ul><li>He was captured by the Chinese army and then was asked to help the army that captured him. </li></ul>Zheng He – a significant explorer?
  13. 13. <ul><li>4. What was Zheng He looking for? </li></ul><ul><li>He was looking for land and goods that were expensive for trading. </li></ul><ul><li>5. Did Zheng He’s exploits change the way people </li></ul><ul><li>lived at the time of his exploration? </li></ul><ul><li>He changed the way people lived by developing trade relationships with other countries . </li></ul><ul><li>6. Has Zheng He’s exploits changed the way, or </li></ul><ul><li>the places where, people live today? </li></ul><ul><li>He helped the Chinese people to find new places to trade with and live. </li></ul>Zheng He – a significant explorer?
  14. 14. This is Franco’s boat. It’s based on one of Zheng He’s treasure boat s . Zheng He’s fleet had 208 ships and 63 of them were treasure ships. Zheng He’s Treasure Boat
  15. 15. Boat of Zheng He Zheng He Statue Zheng He Zheng He Images
  16. 16. GROUP PICTURE Stephanie Isaac Isaac Isaac Rachel Rachel and Stephanie
  17. 17. How do you rate this presentation? or Don’t know Boring Excellent
  18. 18. The End Credits Illustrated by: Rachel Edited by: Stephanie, Rachel and Franco Typed by: Stephanie, Isaac and Franco Special help from Mr. Baron Special work: Isaac All rights reserved 2007

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