China
   China is the (1)    THIRD largest    country in the    world.
   China is the (1)    THIRD largest    country in the    world.   It is bordered by    nine other    countries.
Location   China is the (1)    THIRD largest    country in the    world.   It is bordered by    nine other    countries.
   One third of the country is    covered in (2) MOUNTAINS,    including the Himalaya, Kunlun    Shan, Tian Shan, and Atl...
   One third of the country is    covered in (2) MOUNTAINS,    including the Himalaya, Kunlun    Shan, Tian Shan, and Atl...
   One third of the country is    covered in (2) MOUNTAINS,    including the Himalaya, Kunlun    Shan, Tian Shan, and Atl...
   In the northwest is the Taklimakan    (5) DESERT; it is surrounded by    mountains and has high    temperatures.
   In the northwest is the Taklimakan    (5) DESERT; it is surrounded by    mountains and has high    temperatures.   In...
   In the northwest is the Taklimakan    (5) DESERT; it is surrounded by    mountains and has high    temperatures.   In...
   In the northwest is the Taklimakan    (5) DESERT; it is surrounded by    mountains and has high    temperatures.   In...
   In southeastern China there are scenic (9) WATERFALLS    and steep gorges.
   In southeastern China there are scenic (9) WATERFALLS    and steep gorges.   The Yangtze, Xi, and Yellow (10) RIVERS ...
   In southeastern China there are scenic (9) WATERFALLS    and steep gorges.   The Yangtze, Xi, and Yellow (10) RIVERS ...
   In southeastern China there are scenic (9) WATERFALLS    and steep gorges.   The Yangtze, Xi, and Yellow (10) RIVERS ...
Land   In southeastern China there are scenic (9) WATERFALLS    and steep gorges.   The Yangtze, Xi, and Yellow (10) RIV...
   Since 1949, China has been a (12) COMMUNIST    STATE, meaning the government has strong control    over the economy an...
   Since 1949, China has been a (12) COMMUNIST    STATE, meaning the government has strong control    over the economy an...
   Since 1949, China has been a (12) COMMUNIST    STATE, meaning the government has strong control    over the economy an...
   Since 1949, China has been a (12) COMMUNIST    STATE, meaning the government has strong control    over the economy an...
   As a result, the Chinese economy is booming. Factories    produce textiles, chemicals, electronic equipment,    airpla...
   As a result, the Chinese economy is booming. Factories    produce textiles, chemicals, electronic equipment,    airpla...
   As a result, the Chinese economy is booming. Factories    produce textiles, chemicals, electronic equipment,    airpla...
   As a result, the Chinese economy is booming. Factories    produce textiles, chemicals, electronic equipment,    airpla...
   As a result, the Chinese economy is booming. Factories    produce textiles, chemicals, electronic equipment,    airpla...
   As a result, the Chinese economy is booming. Factories    produce textiles, chemicals, electronic equipment,    airpla...
Economy   As a result, the Chinese economy is booming. Factories    produce textiles, chemicals, electronic equipment,   ...
   China’s civilization is more than 4,000 years old.
   China’s civilization is more than 4,000 years old.   Until the 1900s, emperors or empresses governed China.
   China’s civilization is more than 4,000 years old.   Until the 1900s, emperors or empresses governed China.   Many l...
   China’s civilization is more than 4,000 years old.   Until the 1900s, emperors or empresses governed China.   Many l...
   China’s civilization is more than 4,000 years old.   Until the 1900s, emperors or empresses governed China.   Many l...
   China’s civilization is more than 4,000 years old.   Until the 1900s, emperors or empresses governed China.   Many l...
   China’s civilization is more than 4,000 years old.   Until the 1900s, emperors or empresses governed China.   Many l...
History   China’s civilization is more than 4,000 years old.   Until the 1900s, emperors or empresses governed China.  ...
Do It Now   Agenda   Country ID    (Use a                            6    scrap    piece of                             ...
   The early Chinese also invented (17)    PAPER, ink, the magnetic compass,    printed books, gunpowder, and fireworks.
   The early Chinese also invented (17)    PAPER, ink, the magnetic compass,    printed books, gunpowder, and fireworks....
   The early Chinese also invented (17)    PAPER, ink, the magnetic compass,    printed books, gunpowder, and fireworks....
Chiang Kai-Shek   Mao Zedong
   After World War II, the Nationalists and the Communists    fought for control of China.          Chiang Kai-Shek      ...
   After World War II, the Nationalists and the Communists    fought for control of China.   In (19) 1949, the Communist...
   After World War II, the Nationalists and the Communists    fought for control of China.   In (19) 1949, the Communist...
   After World War II, the Nationalists and the Communists    fought for control of China.   In (19) 1949, the Communist...
History   After World War II, the Nationalists and the Communists    fought for control of China.   In (19) 1949, the Co...
   Two key religions started in ancient China:
   Two key religions started in ancient China:    CONFUCIANISM teaches that people should be polite,     honest, brave, ...
   Two key religions started in ancient China:    CONFUCIANISM teaches that people should be polite,     honest, brave, ...
   Two key religions started in ancient China:    CONFUCIANISM teaches that people should be polite,     honest, brave, ...
   Two key religions started in ancient China:    CONFUCIANISM teaches that people should be polite,     honest, brave, ...
   Two key religions started in ancient China:    CONFUCIANISM teaches that people should be polite,     honest, brave, ...
Religion   Two key religions started in ancient China:    CONFUCIANISM teaches that people should be polite,     honest,...
   Today, China has a (22) COMMUNIST government.
   Today, China has a (22) COMMUNIST government.   In 1989, about 100,000 students and workers gathered    in Tiananmen ...
   Today, China has a (22) COMMUNIST government.   In 1989, about 100,000 students and workers gathered    in Tiananmen ...
   Today, China has a (22) COMMUNIST government.   In 1989, about 100,000 students and workers gathered    in Tiananmen ...
   Today, China has a (22) COMMUNIST government.   In 1989, about 100,000 students and workers gathered    in Tiananmen ...
Government   Today, China has a (22) COMMUNIST government.   In 1989, about 100,000 students and workers gathered    in ...
   China has (24) 1.3 BILLION people. It is the most    populated country in the world.
   China has (24) 1.3 BILLION people. It is the most    populated country in the world.   (25) 63% of people live in rur...
   China has (24) 1.3 BILLION people. It is the most    populated country in the world.   (25) 63% of people live in rur...
   China has (24) 1.3 BILLION people. It is the most    populated country in the world.   (25) 63% of people live in rur...
People   China has (24) 1.3 BILLION people. It is the most    populated country in the world.   (25) 63% of people live ...
   China is famous for its traditional arts, such as bronze    bowls, jade jewelry, decorated silk, glazed pottery, and  ...
   China is famous for its traditional arts, such as bronze    bowls, jade jewelry, decorated silk, glazed pottery, and  ...
   China is famous for its traditional arts, such as bronze    bowls, jade jewelry, decorated silk, glazed pottery, and  ...
   China is famous for its traditional arts, such as bronze    bowls, jade jewelry, decorated silk, glazed pottery, and  ...
Culture   China is famous for its traditional arts, such as bronze    bowls, jade jewelry, decorated silk, glazed pottery...
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    1. 1. China
    2. 2.  China is the (1) THIRD largest country in the world.
    3. 3.  China is the (1) THIRD largest country in the world. It is bordered by nine other countries.
    4. 4. Location China is the (1) THIRD largest country in the world. It is bordered by nine other countries.
    5. 5.  One third of the country is covered in (2) MOUNTAINS, including the Himalaya, Kunlun Shan, Tian Shan, and Atlay Mountains.
    6. 6.  One third of the country is covered in (2) MOUNTAINS, including the Himalaya, Kunlun Shan, Tian Shan, and Atlay Mountains. The (3) Plateau of Tibet is the world’s largest plateau; it is also called the “Roof of the world.” It averages 14,800 feet.
    7. 7.  One third of the country is covered in (2) MOUNTAINS, including the Himalaya, Kunlun Shan, Tian Shan, and Atlay Mountains. The (3) Plateau of Tibet is the world’s largest plateau; it is also called the “Roof of the world.” It averages 14,800 feet. Also in the west, the (4) TURPAN Depression is the lowest point in China. It is 505 feet below sea level and is the hottest area in China; it can be 122 degrees during the day.
    8. 8.  In the northwest is the Taklimakan (5) DESERT; it is surrounded by mountains and has high temperatures.
    9. 9.  In the northwest is the Taklimakan (5) DESERT; it is surrounded by mountains and has high temperatures. In the northeast is the Gobi (6) DESERT; it is about the size of Texas and has rocks and stones instead of sand.
    10. 10.  In the northwest is the Taklimakan (5) DESERT; it is surrounded by mountains and has high temperatures. In the northeast is the Gobi (6) DESERT; it is about the size of Texas and has rocks and stones instead of sand. In the east are fertile (7) PLAINS along the Yellow, East China, and South China Seas; (8) 90% of people live here.
    11. 11.  In the northwest is the Taklimakan (5) DESERT; it is surrounded by mountains and has high temperatures. In the northeast is the Gobi (6) DESERT; it is about the size of Texas and has rocks and stones instead of sand. In the east are fertile (7) PLAINS along the Yellow, East China, and South China Seas; (8) 90% of people live here. Eastern China is also rich in minerals; as a result there is manufacturing in this area.
    12. 12.  In southeastern China there are scenic (9) WATERFALLS and steep gorges.
    13. 13.  In southeastern China there are scenic (9) WATERFALLS and steep gorges. The Yangtze, Xi, and Yellow (10) RIVERS are major waterways that serve as important transportation routes and a source of rich soil.
    14. 14.  In southeastern China there are scenic (9) WATERFALLS and steep gorges. The Yangtze, Xi, and Yellow (10) RIVERS are major waterways that serve as important transportation routes and a source of rich soil. These rivers also cause devastation; the Yellow River is sometimes called “China’s Sorrow.” Floods in July and August of 1998 killed 3,000 people and caused $20 billion in damage.
    15. 15.  In southeastern China there are scenic (9) WATERFALLS and steep gorges. The Yangtze, Xi, and Yellow (10) RIVERS are major waterways that serve as important transportation routes and a source of rich soil. These rivers also cause devastation; the Yellow River is sometimes called “China’s Sorrow.” Floods in July and August of 1998 killed 3,000 people and caused $20 billion in damage. To help control the floods, China has built (11) DAMS and dikes, or high banks of soil, along the rivers.
    16. 16. Land In southeastern China there are scenic (9) WATERFALLS and steep gorges. The Yangtze, Xi, and Yellow (10) RIVERS are major waterways that serve as important transportation routes and a source of rich soil. These rivers also cause devastation; the Yellow River is sometimes called “China’s Sorrow.” Floods in July and August of 1998 killed 3,000 people and caused $20 billion in damage. To help control the floods, China has built (11) DAMS and dikes, or high banks of soil, along the rivers.
    17. 17.  Since 1949, China has been a (12) COMMUNIST STATE, meaning the government has strong control over the economy and society as a whole.
    18. 18.  Since 1949, China has been a (12) COMMUNIST STATE, meaning the government has strong control over the economy and society as a whole. The government decided what crops were grown, what products were made, and at what prices things could be sold.
    19. 19.  Since 1949, China has been a (12) COMMUNIST STATE, meaning the government has strong control over the economy and society as a whole. The government decided what crops were grown, what products were made, and at what prices things could be sold. However, China fell behind other countries in technology and the quality of manufactured goods were poor.
    20. 20.  Since 1949, China has been a (12) COMMUNIST STATE, meaning the government has strong control over the economy and society as a whole. The government decided what crops were grown, what products were made, and at what prices things could be sold. However, China fell behind other countries in technology and the quality of manufactured goods were poor. The government has allowed some parts of a (13) FREE ENTERPRISE SYSTEM, allowing individuals to choose their jobs, what type of business to start, and to keep their profits.
    21. 21.  As a result, the Chinese economy is booming. Factories produce textiles, chemicals, electronic equipment, airplanes, ships, and machinery.
    22. 22.  As a result, the Chinese economy is booming. Factories produce textiles, chemicals, electronic equipment, airplanes, ships, and machinery. Only 10% of the land is able to be farmed, but China is a world leader in producing agricultural products, such as rice, tea, wheat, and potatoes.
    23. 23.  As a result, the Chinese economy is booming. Factories produce textiles, chemicals, electronic equipment, airplanes, ships, and machinery. Only 10% of the land is able to be farmed, but China is a world leader in producing agricultural products, such as rice, tea, wheat, and potatoes.
    24. 24.  As a result, the Chinese economy is booming. Factories produce textiles, chemicals, electronic equipment, airplanes, ships, and machinery. Only 10% of the land is able to be farmed, but China is a world leader in producing agricultural products, such as rice, tea, wheat, and potatoes.
    25. 25.  As a result, the Chinese economy is booming. Factories produce textiles, chemicals, electronic equipment, airplanes, ships, and machinery. Only 10% of the land is able to be farmed, but China is a world leader in producing agricultural products, such as rice, tea, wheat, and potatoes. Many foreign companies have invested in Chinese businesses.
    26. 26.  As a result, the Chinese economy is booming. Factories produce textiles, chemicals, electronic equipment, airplanes, ships, and machinery. Only 10% of the land is able to be farmed, but China is a world leader in producing agricultural products, such as rice, tea, wheat, and potatoes. Many foreign companies have invested in Chinese businesses. Some Chinese have said that the price of (14) CONSUMER GOODS has increased faster than their wages.
    27. 27. Economy As a result, the Chinese economy is booming. Factories produce textiles, chemicals, electronic equipment, airplanes, ships, and machinery. Only 10% of the land is able to be farmed, but China is a world leader in producing agricultural products, such as rice, tea, wheat, and potatoes. Many foreign companies have invested in Chinese businesses. Some Chinese have said that the price of (14) CONSUMER GOODS has increased faster than their wages.
    28. 28.  China’s civilization is more than 4,000 years old.
    29. 29.  China’s civilization is more than 4,000 years old. Until the 1900s, emperors or empresses governed China.
    30. 30.  China’s civilization is more than 4,000 years old. Until the 1900s, emperors or empresses governed China. Many lived in the Imperial Palace in (15) FORBIDDEN CITY.
    31. 31.  China’s civilization is more than 4,000 years old. Until the 1900s, emperors or empresses governed China. Many lived in the Imperial Palace in (15) FORBIDDEN CITY. A (16) DYNASTY, or line of rulers from a single family, would hold power until it was overthrown.
    32. 32.  China’s civilization is more than 4,000 years old. Until the 1900s, emperors or empresses governed China. Many lived in the Imperial Palace in (15) FORBIDDEN CITY. A (16) DYNASTY, or line of rulers from a single family, would hold power until it was overthrown. To keep out invaders, the Chinese built the Great Wall of China over 2,200 year ago. It is over 4,000 miles long.
    33. 33.  China’s civilization is more than 4,000 years old. Until the 1900s, emperors or empresses governed China. Many lived in the Imperial Palace in (15) FORBIDDEN CITY. A (16) DYNASTY, or line of rulers from a single family, would hold power until it was overthrown. To keep out invaders, the Chinese built the Great Wall of China over 2,200 year ago. It is over 4,000 miles long.
    34. 34.  China’s civilization is more than 4,000 years old. Until the 1900s, emperors or empresses governed China. Many lived in the Imperial Palace in (15) FORBIDDEN CITY. A (16) DYNASTY, or line of rulers from a single family, would hold power until it was overthrown. To keep out invaders, the Chinese built the Great Wall of China over 2,200 year ago. It is over 4,000 miles long.
    35. 35. History China’s civilization is more than 4,000 years old. Until the 1900s, emperors or empresses governed China. Many lived in the Imperial Palace in (15) FORBIDDEN CITY. A (16) DYNASTY, or line of rulers from a single family, would hold power until it was overthrown. To keep out invaders, the Chinese built the Great Wall of China over 2,200 year ago. It is over 4,000 miles long.
    36. 36. Do It Now Agenda Country ID (Use a 6 scrap piece of 1 2 paper and 10 5 do not look 9 7 at your 8 4 map section.) 3 3 3
    37. 37.  The early Chinese also invented (17) PAPER, ink, the magnetic compass, printed books, gunpowder, and fireworks.
    38. 38.  The early Chinese also invented (17) PAPER, ink, the magnetic compass, printed books, gunpowder, and fireworks. In the 1700s and 1800s, Europeans came to China for fine goods. By the late 1800s, the British forced China to trade.
    39. 39.  The early Chinese also invented (17) PAPER, ink, the magnetic compass, printed books, gunpowder, and fireworks. In the 1700s and 1800s, Europeans came to China for fine goods. By the late 1800s, the British forced China to trade. In 1911, the last emperor was overthrown and China became a (18) REPUBLIC, or a government where the leaders are elected.
    40. 40. Chiang Kai-Shek Mao Zedong
    41. 41.  After World War II, the Nationalists and the Communists fought for control of China. Chiang Kai-Shek Mao Zedong
    42. 42.  After World War II, the Nationalists and the Communists fought for control of China. In (19) 1949, the Communists, led by Mao Zedong, defeated the Nationalists, led by Chiang Kai-Shek. Chiang Kai-Shek Mao Zedong
    43. 43.  After World War II, the Nationalists and the Communists fought for control of China. In (19) 1949, the Communists, led by Mao Zedong, defeated the Nationalists, led by Chiang Kai-Shek. The Nationalists fled to the island of (20) TAIWAN and set up their own government. Today, Taiwan is owned by China, but exists as its own country. Chiang Kai-Shek Mao Zedong
    44. 44.  After World War II, the Nationalists and the Communists fought for control of China. In (19) 1949, the Communists, led by Mao Zedong, defeated the Nationalists, led by Chiang Kai-Shek. The Nationalists fled to the island of (20) TAIWAN and set up their own government. Today, Taiwan is owned by China, but exists as its own country. Chiang Kai-Shek Mao Zedong
    45. 45. History After World War II, the Nationalists and the Communists fought for control of China. In (19) 1949, the Communists, led by Mao Zedong, defeated the Nationalists, led by Chiang Kai-Shek. The Nationalists fled to the island of (20) TAIWAN and set up their own government. Today, Taiwan is owned by China, but exists as its own country. Chiang Kai-Shek Mao Zedong
    46. 46.  Two key religions started in ancient China:
    47. 47.  Two key religions started in ancient China: CONFUCIANISM teaches that people should be polite, honest, brave, and wise; children should obey their parents and everyone should obey the elderly and their government.
    48. 48.  Two key religions started in ancient China: CONFUCIANISM teaches that people should be polite, honest, brave, and wise; children should obey their parents and everyone should obey the elderly and their government. DAOISM teaches that people should live simply and in harmony with nature.
    49. 49.  Two key religions started in ancient China: CONFUCIANISM teaches that people should be polite, honest, brave, and wise; children should obey their parents and everyone should obey the elderly and their government. DAOISM teaches that people should live simply and in harmony with nature. Buddhism came to China in AD 100. It taught meditation, wisdom, and morality to help people find relief from life’s problems.
    50. 50.  Two key religions started in ancient China: CONFUCIANISM teaches that people should be polite, honest, brave, and wise; children should obey their parents and everyone should obey the elderly and their government. DAOISM teaches that people should live simply and in harmony with nature. Buddhism came to China in AD 100. It taught meditation, wisdom, and morality to help people find relief from life’s problems. The Communist government made religion illegal in 1949.
    51. 51.  Two key religions started in ancient China: CONFUCIANISM teaches that people should be polite, honest, brave, and wise; children should obey their parents and everyone should obey the elderly and their government. DAOISM teaches that people should live simply and in harmony with nature. Buddhism came to China in AD 100. It taught meditation, wisdom, and morality to help people find relief from life’s problems. The Communist government made religion illegal in 1949. Today, religion is allowed and (21) BUDDHISM is the most common.
    52. 52. Religion Two key religions started in ancient China: CONFUCIANISM teaches that people should be polite, honest, brave, and wise; children should obey their parents and everyone should obey the elderly and their government. DAOISM teaches that people should live simply and in harmony with nature. Buddhism came to China in AD 100. It taught meditation, wisdom, and morality to help people find relief from life’s problems. The Communist government made religion illegal in 1949. Today, religion is allowed and (21) BUDDHISM is the most common.
    53. 53.  Today, China has a (22) COMMUNIST government.
    54. 54.  Today, China has a (22) COMMUNIST government. In 1989, about 100,000 students and workers gathered in Tiananmen Square to demand political changes. The government responded by sending tanks and troops. Thousands were killed or injured and many thousands more were arrested.
    55. 55.  Today, China has a (22) COMMUNIST government. In 1989, about 100,000 students and workers gathered in Tiananmen Square to demand political changes. The government responded by sending tanks and troops. Thousands were killed or injured and many thousands more were arrested.
    56. 56.  Today, China has a (22) COMMUNIST government. In 1989, about 100,000 students and workers gathered in Tiananmen Square to demand political changes. The government responded by sending tanks and troops. Thousands were killed or injured and many thousands more were arrested.
    57. 57.  Today, China has a (22) COMMUNIST government. In 1989, about 100,000 students and workers gathered in Tiananmen Square to demand political changes. The government responded by sending tanks and troops. Thousands were killed or injured and many thousands more were arrested. Some countries around the world criticize China because of their harsh treatment of citizens who protest their government. They say China does not respect its people’s (23) HUMAN RIGHTS, basic freedoms and rights such as freedom of speech.
    58. 58. Government Today, China has a (22) COMMUNIST government. In 1989, about 100,000 students and workers gathered in Tiananmen Square to demand political changes. The government responded by sending tanks and troops. Thousands were killed or injured and many thousands more were arrested. Some countries around the world criticize China because of their harsh treatment of citizens who protest their government. They say China does not respect its people’s (23) HUMAN RIGHTS, basic freedoms and rights such as freedom of speech.
    59. 59.  China has (24) 1.3 BILLION people. It is the most populated country in the world.
    60. 60.  China has (24) 1.3 BILLION people. It is the most populated country in the world. (25) 63% of people live in rural areas.
    61. 61.  China has (24) 1.3 BILLION people. It is the most populated country in the world. (25) 63% of people live in rural areas. Most people live in the fertile river valleys in the east and are farmers.
    62. 62.  China has (24) 1.3 BILLION people. It is the most populated country in the world. (25) 63% of people live in rural areas. Most people live in the fertile river valleys in the east and are farmers. More than 503 million people live in (26) URBAN areas. Cities are growing as people move to find jobs.
    63. 63. People China has (24) 1.3 BILLION people. It is the most populated country in the world. (25) 63% of people live in rural areas. Most people live in the fertile river valleys in the east and are farmers. More than 503 million people live in (26) URBAN areas. Cities are growing as people move to find jobs.
    64. 64.  China is famous for its traditional arts, such as bronze bowls, jade jewelry, decorated silk, glazed pottery, and fine porcelain.
    65. 65.  China is famous for its traditional arts, such as bronze bowls, jade jewelry, decorated silk, glazed pottery, and fine porcelain. Many Chinese paintings include a poem written in calligraphy, the art of beautiful (27) WRITING.
    66. 66.  China is famous for its traditional arts, such as bronze bowls, jade jewelry, decorated silk, glazed pottery, and fine porcelain. Many Chinese paintings include a poem written in calligraphy, the art of beautiful (27) WRITING. Chinese writing uses characters that represent words or ideas instead of letters that represent sounds. There are more than 50,000 Chinese characters.
    67. 67.  China is famous for its traditional arts, such as bronze bowls, jade jewelry, decorated silk, glazed pottery, and fine porcelain. Many Chinese paintings include a poem written in calligraphy, the art of beautiful (27) WRITING. Chinese writing uses characters that represent words or ideas instead of letters that represent sounds. There are more than 50,000 Chinese characters. Depending on the region, food varies.
    68. 68. Culture China is famous for its traditional arts, such as bronze bowls, jade jewelry, decorated silk, glazed pottery, and fine porcelain. Many Chinese paintings include a poem written in calligraphy, the art of beautiful (27) WRITING. Chinese writing uses characters that represent words or ideas instead of letters that represent sounds. There are more than 50,000 Chinese characters. Depending on the region, food varies.

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