This week we have been discussing the role of government in medieval China, and how they contribute or detract from its order and stability. On Monday we will be finishing up our coverage of the Sui Dynasty with Yang Di & the Grand Canal. Then on Tuesday & Wednesday we will be discussing the Tang Dynasty Ruler Taizong, and Analyzing a translation of some of his writings on effective government, which were to serve as a practical guide for rule. On Thurs & Friday we will be covering Lady Wu, a controversial female emperor of the Tang Dynasty.
If you would like to view the video from Monday on the Grand Canal you can access it here
If you need the writings of Taizong they can be found here
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Finally, our Countdown to Winter Recess will be live soon, and you can see it on the home page.
Homework this week
Study for the Quiz on Friday (you know what)
Finish all unfinished work
12/7: Saturday School
12/10: Board of Education Meeting—Recognizing Jessica Pack
12/12: Band Concert—6:30
1. bamboozle (verb) to deceive or get the better of someone by trickery, flattery or the like
2. despondent(adjective) without or almost without hope, dejected or depressed
3. signify (verb) to serve as a sign, mean, stand for
8/10/2021 04:14:21 am
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