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    • AncientChineseCivilization
    • Geographic and Cultural Influences
      Objectives:
      • Explore the role thatriversplayed in Chineselife.
      • Investigatehowgeographyinfluencedthedevelopment of Chineseculture
    • ThePhysicalSetting
      Enormoussize
      Great geographyvariety
      Rugged, snow-cappedmountains
    • DifferentRegions
      QinlingShandi
      Huang
      Chang orYangtze
      The North
      Less Rain
      Extreme Temperatures
      Growingseasonsshorter
      Wheat
      Central and Southernareas
      A lot of Rain
      Produce rice
    • China’spoliticalsections:
      Tibet
      Xinjiang
      Mongolia
      Manchuria
      NorthernKorea
      3 Great River:
      The Chang
      The Xi
      TheHuang
    • Differentregions
    • TheRivers of China
      THE HUANG:
    • TheRivers of China
      THE CHANG:
      THE XI:
    • China’sIsolation
      Great distances
      RuggedMountains ISOLATED CHINA
      Deserts
      ISOLATED CHINA Chinadeveloped a Culture
      China developed STRONG SENSE OF IDENTITY
      a Culture (SUPERIOR)
      CHINA CENTER OF THE WORLD
      ADOPTING CHINESE LANGUAGE
      AND CUSTOMS
    • Section 1 Review
      Define:
      LOESS:
      DIKES:
    • Comparing: compare the uses thattheChinesehavemade of theHuang, the Chang and the Xi rivers.
      CHANG
      HUANG
      XI