Standard 3: World History and Geography: Medieval and Early ModernTimes - Chinese Philosophy

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Students analyze the geographic, political, economic, religious, and social structures of the civilizations of China in the middle ages in terms of:
1. the reunification of China under the Tang Dynasty and reasons for the spread of Buddhism in Tang China, Korea, and Japan
2. agricultural, technological, and commercial developments during the Tang and Sung periods
3. the influences of Confucianism and changes in Confucian thought during the Sung and
Mongol periods
4. the importance of both overland trade and maritime expeditions between China and other civilizations in the Mongol Ascendancy and Ming Dynasty
5. the historic influence of such discoveries as tea, the manufacture of paper, wood block printing, the compass, and gunpowder
6. the development of the imperial state and the scholar-official class
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    Grade: 7

    Topics: History-Social Science

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