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China Study Guide

  • Mrs. M. Brown

According to the Mandate of Heaven, leaders were selected and allowed to rule as long as _______.

  • According to the Mandate of Heaven, leaders were selected and allowed to rule as long as _______.
  • A. everyone agreed with the rules
  • B. nobles were in charge
  • C. leaders acted and ruled with virtue
  • Who was the most influential teacher in Chinese history?
  • A. Siddhartha Gautama
  • B. Shi Huangdi
  • C. Confucius
  • C
  • C

How was Liu Bang different from all of the Chinese leaders before him?

  • How was Liu Bang different from all of the Chinese leaders before him?
  • A. He served as ruler without the Mandate of Heaven
  • B. He was the only commoner to become emperor
  • C. he was the first student of Confucius to become emperor
  • The Shang period influenced ________ in China today.
  • A. government B. farming
  • C. irrigation D. writing
  • B
  • D

The spread of ideas from one culture to another

  • The spread of ideas from one culture to another
  • A. cultural diffusion
  • B. trade
  • C. pictographs
  • The Shang people were the first to develop __________.
  • A. metal tools
  • B. domestication
  • C. a writing system
  • A
  • C

Zhou leaders granted land in return for loyalty and military support. Why?

  • Zhou leaders granted land in return for loyalty and military support. Why?
  • A. to encourage everyone to get along
  • B. to purchase people’s loyalty and support
  • C. to share the wealth for the good of the people
  • _________ is the name of the time when China was in chaos (confusion)
  • A. Warring States Period
  • B. Xia Dynasty
  • C. Golden Age
  • B
  • A

What was the effect on China because of the popularity of silk in Rome?

  • What was the effect on China because of the popularity of silk in Rome?
  • A. They stopped fighting each other
  • B. They stopped trading
  • C. They became wealthy
  • Chinese painters became experts at ______ during the Han dynasty.
  • A. making paper B. painting figures
  • C. drawing shapes D. acupuncture
  • C
  • A
  • B

Confucius said that moral leadership, not laws, would bring order to China. What does this mean?

  • Confucius said that moral leadership, not laws, would bring order to China. What does this mean?
  • A. laws should be made to require people to act decently
  • B. leaders should act decently and try to do the right thing
  • C. people who become leaders should disregard the laws of China
  • A person of high rank
  • A. oracle B. peasant C. lord
  • B
  • C
  • A

What is the most appropriate response to, “The Qin Dynasty was bad for China”?

  • What is the most appropriate response to, “The Qin Dynasty was bad for China”?
  • A. “This is true because the people really disliked Shi Huangdi.”
  • B. “This is true because the dynasty divided and weakened China.”
  • C. “This is incorrect because the dynasty strengthened and unified China.”
  • TRUE OR FALSE?
  • Land ownership was an important part of Zhou politics
  • C
  • TRUE
  • C

What did Han artwork show?

  • What did Han artwork show?
  • A. gods and myths
  • B. daily activities
  • C. emperors
  • The Qin king who unified China
  • A. Confucius B. Shi Huangdi C. Huang He
  • TRUE OR FALSE
  • According to ancient tales, cooperation was important during the Xia dynasty
  • B
  • B
  • TRUE
  • What natural feature formed the southern border of China?
  • What direction is Taiwan from China?
  • What natural feature is north from China?
  • Himalaya Mountains
  • WEST
  • Gobi Desert

Where would these artifacts have been found?

  • Where would these artifacts have been found?
  • Essay Question: Why was Shi Huangdi GOOD for China?
    • Unified the country= made them feel like a country
    • Standardized laws, money, weights and measures
    • Built roads for easier travel
    • Added to the Great Wall for protection
    • Built irrigation systems to bring water to all parts of China = more food
  • China-
  • Shi Huangdi’s tomb


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