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David Jandres AP World History Summer Assignment, Part 2: Guided Reading Chapter 1 Guided Reading Questions 2. Based on the data above, what aspects of human life remained the same across all three groups? It 's the gender role and the way they hunt for food. 3. Based on the data above, what key changes took place across all three groups in the following areas: A. Migration - Humans migrated many different places. B. Technology - They used different technology to hunt. C. Society - Humans communicated in different languages to trade. 4. Craft an acceptable thesis statement that addresses both the changes and the continuities across all three groups. When a new generation comes their will be a new way to do things like finding food or communicating…show more content…
What can we learn about Confucianism from this excerpt? Master wants people to follow the rules. Master has three good ideas sufficiency of food, sufficiency of military equipment, and the confidence of the people in their ruler. Master says that military equipment is the most important. The goverment will not do anything if their is no order. 2. What is Confucius 's argument for virtue? They want to have a good leader and have faith on people and want people that follow rules. Ji said," What is killing good for?" Master knows that people will learn from that and will remember what they did wrong and you will be smart to not do the same mistake. People will not follow any rules if their is no goverment that is giving out orders. 3. Compare this excerpt to the excerpt of the Tao Te Ching contained in "Laozi on Dao" (p. 188 in the APWH textbook). These two traditions -- Taoism and Confucianism -- have coexisted in China for thousands of years. Are there tensions between them? Do they echo each other? Explain -- Both of the text are taking about the same thing of virtue. Master and Laozi think the same way because they want a place where people follow the ruler and gives faith to them. Both of them say the world is the opposite of that people don 't listen to others. Both of the text say that the virtue is…show more content…
2) Please read the following excerpt on Jainism and answer the questions at the end with one paragraph each. Questions: 1. What is the historical significance of this text? What can we learn from it? People hated Jainism because he was a person who did not commited any sins. Jainism got beaten up by people and he never hit anyone. Jainism did not drink for months and didn 't eat he was a man of his word that he didn 't want to commite any sins to his god. 2. Is this Jainist text sexist? Why or why not? Yes because it says." Women were known as the causes of all sinful acts." I think that it 's sexist because what about men both of them? Their is a lttle of no for me because it only says one thing about women and the rest is normal. I would say it 's a little sexist. 3. What is the significance of the martial similes contained in this text? It explanes how it feels to get hurt and the way he felt. People hurted him with sticks and they say how it feels and the ways he got beaten like he got fist punched and got dust on him. Jainism felt hurt but he didn 't do anything which is hurtful because he was following a rule which is to
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