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Ancient china

  1. 1. Museum Entrance Welcome to the Lobby Group One Group Two Group Four Group Three Ancient China Visit the Creator Visit the Creator Curriculum The Imperial Age
  2. 2. VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBESCREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum Ancient China Add Picture Here Mrs. Ward’s year 7 class has worked extremely hard on showing there understanding of Ancient China – The Imperial Age. Each group would like to share with you and their peers what they have learnt. Back to Lobby Note: Virtual museums were first introduced by educators at Keith Valley Middle School in Horsham, Pennsylvania. This template was designed by Lindsey Warneka under the direction of Dr. Christy Keeler during a Teaching American History grant module. View the Educational Virtual Museums website for more information on this instructional technique.
  3. 3. VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBESCREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum Room 1 Title Warring States By Shaun & Shae The Qin Dynasty Part 1 By Kylan & Courtney The Qin Dynasty Part 2 By Danielle & Leah
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  7. 7. VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBESCREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum Contacts and conflicts within and/or with societies, resulting in developments such as the expansion of trade, and the spread of philosophies and beliefs (ACDSEH043) Year 7 ye Back to the Lobby
  8. 8. VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBESCREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum China did not exist thousands of years ago. The Chinese called themselves the ‘black-haired people’ and thought of their land as ‘All-Under-Heaven’. They didn’t know what lay past the sea to the east, the desert in the north, the jungles in the south or the mountains to the west. All-Under-Heaven was the whole world to these people. This world was divided into seven states, each with it’s own ruler. The warring states were called: Qin, Han, Zhao, Chu, Wei, Yan and Qi. The leaders of these states had been fighting each other for centuries. The conflict between the organised armies of the states was violent. The troops were led by brilliant leaders who would stop at nothing to win. More than 1.5 million soldiers were killed during the last one hundred and thirty years of that period. Warring States (475-221 B.C.) Back to Room 1 Image retrieved from: http://sitemaker.umich.edu/mladjov/maps& (scroll down to ‘Maps of China and East Asia to learn more)
  9. 9. VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBESCREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum The First Emperor – King Zheng King Zheng established the new Qin dynasty and changed his name. He dubbed himself Qin Shi Huang Di (pronounced “sher-hwahng-der”), the “The First Emperor” After the surrender of the last warring state Qin Shi Huang Di built a grand new capital in Xianyang and made the former rulers of each conquered state move there so that he could keep an eye on them. He did not hand out land to his sons and army leaders. He gave money and presents instead. Qin Shi Huang Di brought peace to the states and would rule alone. How would life under the one ruler be better for the people? The Qin Dynasty (221-206 B.C.) Back to Room 1 Image retrieved from: http ://www.china-mike.com/chinese-history-timeline/part-3-qin-dynasty /
  10. 10. VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBESCREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum The states had dissimilar writing, different weights and measurement, different coins, farming tools, ways of using bronze, burying the dead and various size carts and wheels Imagine the problems facing China’s first emperor as he sought to unite the states and provide a sense of nationhood. How would the first emperor deal with these differences? Weights and measures, currency and the written language were all standardized, setting the stage for lasting economic structure. The imperial system lasted without basic changes until 1911 A.D. (Veeck, Pannell, Smith & Huang, 2007). The Qin Dynasty - continued (221-206 B.C.) Back to Room 1 Images retrieved from: http://www.china-tour.cn/Chinese-Arts/Ancient-Chinese-Coins.htm Image retrieved from: http:// www.anythinganywhere.com/commerce/coins/c oinpics/chin-qing.htm
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