Wednesday, December 12, 2018

HIST7 - December 12, 2018

Fudō Myōō - 12th century Japanese sculpture - LEARN MORE FROM THE MET HERE

ESSENTIAL QUESTION(S)/BIG IDEAS: What do the art and literature of Heian Japan tell us about their values and attitudes?

HW: Study for Final Exam. Complete your Final Exam Review Study Guide.

  1. Welcome, Attendance, and write down your HW
  2. 12:2 QUIZ
  3. Make sure your name is on it and the turn in The Samurai and the Tea Master
  4. Fudō Myōō - Fudō Myōō is the most widely represented of the Buddhist deities. For discussion:
    1. Many of the deities in polytheistic belief systems have specific jobs or roles they play. Based on his appearance, what do you think Fudō Myōō's job is?
    2. Based on what you already known about Buddhism, how does Fudō Myōō's job connect with the values and beliefs of Buddhism.
    3. Fudō Myōō translates to a single word in English. Based on the statue's appearance, what do you think that word is?
  5. Q2 Final Exam Study Guide - CLICK HERE

  1. African Proverbs
  2. 5:1 Reading notes
  3. Crash Course World History: Mansa Musa and Islam in Africa
  4. 5:2 Reading Notes
  5. Kingdoms of West Africa Study Guide - HANDOUT HERE
  6. Adinkra Mat (turned in separately; not in your notes)
  7. Latitude and Longitude - HANDOUT HERE
  8. Sundiata: The Lion King of Mali
  9. Sundiata: What Comes Next (submitted electronically)
  10. Reading notes 10:1
  11. Reading notes 10:2
  12. The Great Thanksgiving Listen - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
  13. Three Belief Systems of China - HANDOUT HERE and SLIDESHOW HERE
  14. What They Might Have Said/What They Actually Said (on "Three Belief Systems")
  15. Crash Course World History: 2,000 Years of Chinese History  - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
  16. My China Mini-Book - HANDOUT HERE
  17. Reading notes 10:3 and 11:1
  18. Lady Murasaki Shikibu's Tale of Genji - CLICK HERE
  19. Crash Course World History: Heian Japan - HANDOUT HERE
  20. The Samurai and the Tea Master - HANDOUT HERE
  21. Q2 Final Exam Study Guide - CLICK HERE
  22. Reading notes 11:2

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