Society and Daily Life in Ancient China PowerPoint Lesson Plan

Society and Daily Life in Ancient China

The Society and Daily Life in Ancient China lesson plan is designed to introduce younger students to the social structure of Ancient China. This lesson focuses on the Ancient Chinese Social pyramid, social classes, and the role of women in society.

The lesson plan begins with an overview of the Ancient Chinese social pyramid, explaining the different social classes and each class’s roles in society. Students will learn about the aristocrats, the scholars, the peasants, and the merchants and how their birth and occupation determined their status in society.

The lesson also includes a discussion of the role of women in Ancient Chinese society. Students will learn about the Confucian ideal of the “three obediences and four virtues” and how it impacted women’s lives. They will also learn about the practice of foot-binding and its effects on women’s lives.

The PowerPoint includes a series of comprehension questions to reinforce the concepts learned in the lesson. These questions are designed to help students understand the social structure of Ancient China and the role of women in society.

There is also a research activity in which students will create an infographic that illustrates the different social classes in Ancient China. This activity is designed to help students develop their research and graphic design skills and understand the social structure of Ancient China. The lesson includes a journaling activity to encourage reflection and personal expression.

Overall, the Society and Daily Life in Ancient China lesson plan is a comprehensive introduction to the social structure of Ancient China. Through various activities, including comprehension questions, research with infographic creation, and journaling, students will better understand the social pyramid and the role of women in Ancient Chinese society.

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Resource Information

Description:Comprehension questions, research with infographic creation and journaling activities for students.
Estimated lessons:3
Ages11-14 years
Format PowerPoint

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