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Title: 7.5 Students analyze the geographic, political, economic, religious, and social structures of the civilizations of Medieval Japan.


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7.5 Students analyze the geographic, political,
economic, religious, and social structures of the
civilizations of Medieval Japan. 1. Describe the
significance of Japans proximity to China and
Korea and the intellectual, linguistic,
religious, and philosophical influence of those
countries on Japan. 2. Discuss the reign of
Prince Shotoku of Japan and the characteristics
of Japanese society and family life during his
reign. 3. Describe the values, social customs,
and traditions prescribed by the lord-vassal
system consisting of shogun, daimyo, and samurai
and the lasting influence of the warrior code in
the twentieth century. 4. Trace the development
of distinctive forms of Japanese Buddhism. 5.
Study the ninth and tenth centuries golden age
of literature, art, and drama and its lasting
effects on culture today, including Murasaki
Shikibus Tale of Genji. 6. Analyze the rise of
a military society in the late twelfth century
and the role of the samurai in that society.
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Color Key
  • Green Do not write
  • Anything else, write.

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Japan
Land of the Rising Sun
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Some Information
  • Japanese culture has a large influence on
    American culture.
  • We fought against Japan in World War II but now
    they are one of our closest allies.
  • Japan is one of the worlds richest nations.

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So, we have to ask one question.
  • Who are these people?

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Japan
China
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Timeout
  1. I need lots of volunteers.
  2. You will be working as a group to finish a task
    in a short time.
  3. Quickly choose a leader who you think can help
    you finish.
  4. Everybody stand up

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  • I will show you a map of Japan.
  • As a group you have 3 minutes to arrange your
    bodies into the shape of Japan.
  • You must include all 4 major islands!
  • Listen to the leader!
  • GO!

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Size and Population
  • Japan is slightly smaller in size than
    California.
  • California population 35 million
  • Japan population 127 million

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Timeout
  • Cramped Spaces
  • I need some volunteers
  • How would you solve this problem?

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Location, location, location
  • Built on a series of
    islands.
  • Near China but
    with Korea in
    between.
  • Anything coming from China (inventions, ideas,
    trade) usually passed through Korea first.
  • Close to the ocean so it was very
    important to them.

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Timeout
  • Problem Only 20 of the land is open for
    farming.
  • Problem Animals use more land to raise than
    vegetables.
  • Problem Meat provides protein, a necessary
    nutrient.
  • Look at the map on the next slide and answer and
    write down how you would handle the problem.

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The more red the land, the higher the elevation
(that means theres mountains!)
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The Sea
  • Japan relied on the sea (ocean) for food and
    transportation.
  • Food Fish and rice
  • Transportation Boats (bridges not possible at
    the time)
  • The sea also kept Japan isolated (removed from
    the rest of the world.)
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