The History of Ancient China

What role did Ancient China play in shaping the modern world?



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Beth Kagel

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Photographer unknown. "China Jpg." Date unknown. 21 October 2004.


Introduction

This is a list of websites that are focused on the history of Ancient China. Browse through them at your discretion. All can be modified for your classroom's needs.

8-12 Grade History
    •Ancient History Cyber Journalists
This resource has students work together as a team of journalists to write "live" from the building of Great Wall of China. This rescource is appropriate for mid to lower end learners in grades 8-12. It is also appropriate for higher end learners in grades 6-7.(Keywords: Great Wall, China, Ancient Chinese History, Chinese History, Journalism, Writing)
9-12 Grade History
    •The Forbidden City
A 2 session webquest created by the discovery school. This is an appropriate resource for high end learners grade range 9-12. (Keywords: Ancient China, China, Forbidden City, Forbidden, Chinese History, Chinese Historical Building)
    •The Ancient Dynasties
A web page that chronicles the beginning of Chinese civilization. This is a appropriate resource for middle to high end learners grade range 9-12. (Keywords: Ancient China, Dynasties, History, Chinese History, Emperors)
Ancient Artifacts, Arts
    •Ancient Tombs
This resource explores the ancient burial grounds of the Chinese empires. This is an appropriate resource for 8-12 grade students that are high to middle level learners. (Keywords: Ancient China, Historical Chinese Sites, Chinese Rituals, Tombs, Chinese Tombs)
    •Story of Sichuan
Learn all about ancient Sichuan from the Seattle Art Museum. This resource is appropriate for 8-12 grade students that are high to middle learners. (Keywords: China, Ancient History, Dynasties, Chinese Culture, Chinese Provinces)
The Virtual Wall of China
    •The Beijing Guide-The Great Wall of China
This resource invites you to take a virtual tour of the Great Wall. Listen to the sounds that surround the Great Wall of China. This resource is appropriate for all 8-12 grade students.(Keywords: Beijiing, Great Wall of China, Historical Chinese Sites, Virtual Tour of the Great Wall of China)


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