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Slide1:  Japan and China in the late 12th Century: A Samurai or a Khan? Reduced Version Click here A WebQuest for 7th Grade Social Studies Designed by Mrs. Dierck and Mrs. Yoder- Surprise Lake Middle School – Milton, Washington Email: mdierck@mail.fife.k12.wa.us Home | Introduction | Task | Process | Roles | Evaluation | Conclusion | Biographer| Cartographer | Scenic Artists | Political Scientist | Credits | Teacher Page | Slide2:  Introduction: How does religion and government exercise authority over people? For thousands of years people have been ruled by one or the other. From our Social Studies text we learned that in 12th Century Japan and China the groups that ruled the people were the Samurai and the Khan (or Mongols). Home | Introduction | Task | Process | Roles | Evaluation | Conclusion | Biographer| Cartographer | Scenic Artists | Political Scientist | Credits | Teacher Page | The Task:  The Task Your team will create a four part project including: MAPS  BIOGRAPHIES PICTORIALS/SCENES ANSWERS TO KEY QUESTIONS Final compilation will include all items applied to a tri fold board along with an oral presentation Completing this project will allow you to answer the essential question: How does religion and government exercise authority over people? Home | Introduction | Task | Process | Roles | Evaluation | Conclusion | Biographer| Cartographer | Scenic Artists | Political Scientist | Credits | Teacher Page | Slide4:  Students work in teams of 4 to answer the key questions. Groups of 4 will decide who will take which “role”: biographer, cartographer, scenic artist, and political scientist. Students work individually in their “roles” All team members will assume their “role” to work toward completion of their portion of the culminating presentation and written projects All students will be able to answer the essential question Each member of the team will place their final product on a tri-fold: map, biography, pictorial/scenes, and hierarchy chart. (Teacher will describe process of obtaining a tri-fold) THE PROCESS Home | Introduction | Task | Process | Roles | Evaluation | Conclusion | Biographer| Cartographer | Scenic Artists | Political Scientist | Credits | Teacher Page | Slide5:  ROLES AS A TEAM answer the following questions: What does it mean to be a Samurai or a Khan? How did these two groups keep their power and rule the masses? As a Samurai or a Khan what were your responsibilities? How did you relate to people? How did you keep order among tribes or villages? How often did you follow religious rituals? Who was your superior? Were you a soldier or a warrior? Did you live in one place or travel the land?          Biographer Writes biographies of one Khan and one Samurai - 1 paragraph on each. Composes a one page “A Day In The Life Of….” for a Samurai or a Khan. Assembles the groups vocabulary and fact sheets. Cartographers Produces maps of 12th century Japan and China and & a map of the 4 Khanates (kingdoms) and the 6 Dynasties.   Scenic Artists Creates hand drawn pictorials and scenes (minimum of 3 each) from the daily life of a Samurai and a Khan. Must include a military and religious scene. Make a list and gather the materials you will need to turn one sketch into a three dimensional scene such as clay, plaster, paper mache', balsam wood, popsicle sticks, cardboard, fabric, plastic wrap, etc. A diorama is acceptable. Political Scientist Produces a chart showing the Social Hierarchy of 12th century Japan and China and explain the role of each level. Home | Introduction | Task | Process | Roles | Evaluation | Conclusion | Biographer| Cartographer | Scenic Artists | Political Scientist | Credits | Teacher Page | Slide6:    Many countries in our present day world are ruled by either religion (think the Middle East) or by their government (think the U.S.). Since 9-11 we have become much more aware of the existence and the power of these groups wield. Be prepared to share your thoughts during our in class discussion of the comparison between the Samurai and the Khan and today’s modern military or terrorist organization.   THE CONCLUSION Home | Introduction | Task | Process | Roles | Evaluation | Conclusion | Biographer| Cartographer | Scenic Artists | Political Scientist | Credits | Teacher Page | EVALUATION :  EVALUATION  Students will be evaluated according to the following: Students will be able to answer the essential question for this lesson In class on task behavior Individual grade for each ROLE portion Group grade for compilation and organization of tri fold board Final assessment in form of an oral and visual presentation Home | Introduction | Task | Process | Roles | Evaluation | Conclusion | Biographer| Cartographer | Scenic Artists | Political Scientist | Credits | Teacher Page | Biographers:  Biographers Mounted Japanese Samurai --Peggy J. Murray ELIBRARY - http://www.elibrary.com/s/edumark/. Available only from the Gananda Library Grolier Online Encyclopedias http://go.grolier.com/ - Online encyclopedias are a great place to start your researce. ELIBRARY - http://www.elibrary.com/s/edumark/ - A large research database of books, magazines, maps, pictures etc. Genghis Kahn - http://www.nationalgeographic.com/genghis/index.html - The National Geographic Homepage takes you on a trail to learn about the great Genghis Kahn and the history of Mongolia. Kublai Kahn - http://www.bigchalk.com/ The Mongol Empire - http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Forum/2532/index.html A well researched website that includes a timeline, maps, an overview of the empire, biographical information on Genghis Khan, and also information on where the Mongols are now. Background Notes - http://www.state.gov/www/background_notes/mongolia_0498_bgn.html Information on Mongolia From the US Department of State: A compilation of demographic information including a concise history of the country. Heian Jingu Shrine/Festival of Ages (http://www.heianjingu.or.jp/english/0302.html) scrolls down to get to the earlier history information on nobles. Age of Hakkenden (http://www.mars.dti.ne.jp/~opaku/shogun/samurai.html): Samurai and Shogun information. Feudal Japan nobles -(http://216.239.39.104/search?q=cache:ST7Yhoy4WF4J:www.htansw.asn.au/teach/juniorhistorydocs/jun feudaljapan_cloze. doc+COURT+NOBLES,+FEUDAL+JAPAN&hl=en&ie=UTF-8 Feudal Japan: Samurai from the Cleveland Museum -http://www.clevelandart.org/educef/asianodyssey/html/samuraimi.html Samurai Archives (http://www.samurai-archives.com/index.html) Origins and History of Samurai (http://www.artelino.com/articles/samurai.asp) Samurai and Khans -(http://victorian.fortunecity.com/duchamp/410/samurai2.html) Warrior Puppets (http://www.samurai-archives.com/wap.html) also has information on peasants Ancient China: The Mongolian Empire - [Online] http://www.wsu.edu:8000/~dee/CHEMPIRE/YUAN.HTM Information about the Yuan dynasty in China from 1279-1368. Timeline of Buddhist history (http://www.buddhanet.net/e-learning/history/b_chron-txt.htm) Buddhist history and culture (http://www.buddhanet.net/e-learning/history/index.htm): Buddhism and women, historical Buddhist sites and more. Three Zen Masters of the Tokugawa Period (1615-1868) (http://www.elon.edu/sullivan/big3&3zt.htm) Home | Introduction | Task | Process | Roles | Evaluation | Conclusion | Biographer| Cartographer | Scenic Artists | Political Scientist | Credits | Teacher Page | Cartographers:  Cartographers ELIBRARY - http://www.elibrary.com/s/edumark/ - A large research database of books, magazines, maps, pictures etc. National Geographic Map [Online] http://www.nationalgeographic.com/features/97/genghis/trail.html Excellent maps of the Mongolian empire from National Geogrpahic. Mongol Maps [Online] http://www.hyperhistory.com/online_n2/maptext_n2/mongol1.html Good maps to use for this project from Hyperhistory.com. Grolier Online Encyclopedias http://go.grolier.com/ - Online encyclopedias are a great place to start your research Ancient China: The Mongolian Empire - [Online] http://www.wsu.edu:8000/~dee/CHEMPIRE/YUAN.HTM Information about the Yuan dynasty in China from 1279-1368. The Mongol Empire - http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Forum/2532/index.html A well researched website that includes a timeline, maps, an overview of the empire, biographical information on Genghis Khan, and also information on where the Mongols are now. Samurai Archives (http://www.samurai-archives.com/index.html) Origins and History of Samurai (http://www.artelino.com/articles/samurai.asp) Ancient China: The Mongolian Empire - [Online] http://www.wsu.edu:8000/~dee/CHEMPIRE/YUAN.HTM Information about the Yuan dynasty in China from 1279-1368. The Historynet [Online] http://www.thehistorynet.com/MilitaryHistory/articles/ 1997/06972_side.htm Military history of the Mongols in Europe. Home | Introduction | Task | Process | Roles | Evaluation | Conclusion | Biographer| Cartographer | Scenic Artists | Political Scientist | Credits | Teacher Page | Scenic Artists:  Scenic Artists Ancient China: The Mongolian Empire - [Online] http://www.wsu.edu:8000/~dee/CHEMPIRE/YUAN.HTM Information about the Yuan dynasty in China from 1279-1368. The Historynet [Online] http://www.thehistorynet.com/MilitaryHistory/articles/ 1997/06972_side.htm Military history of the Mongols in Europe. The Mongol Empire - http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Forum/2532/index.html A well researched website that includes a timeline, maps, an overview of the empire, biographical information on Genghis Khan, and also information on where the Mongols are now. Background Notes - http://www.state.gov/www/background_notes/mongolia_0498_bgn.html Information on Mongolia From the US Department of State: A compilation of demographic information including a concise history of the country. Heian Jingu Shrine/Festival of Ages (http://www.heianjingu.or.jp/english/0302.html) scrolls down to get to the earlier history information on nobles. Age of Hakkenden (http://www.mars.dti.ne.jp/~opaku/shogun/samurai.html): Samurai and Shogun information. Feudal Japan nobles -(http://216.239.39.104/search?q=cache:ST7Yhoy4WF4J:www.htansw.asn.au/teach/juniorhistorydocs/jun feudaljapan_cloze. doc+COURT+NOBLES,+FEUDAL+JAPAN&hl=en&ie=UTF-8 Feudal Japan: Samurai from the Cleveland Museum -http://www.clevelandart.org/educef/asianodyssey/html/samuraimi.html Samurai Archives (http://www.samurai-archives.com/index.html) Origins and History of Samurai (http://www.artelino.com/articles/samurai.asp) Samurai and Khans -(http://victorian.fortunecity.com/duchamp/410/samurai2.html) Home | Introduction | Task | Process | Roles | Evaluation | Conclusion | Biographer| Cartographer | Scenic Artists | Political Scientist | Credits | Teacher Page | Political Scientists:  Political Scientists Mongolian Interlude [Online] http://www-chaos.umd.edu/history/imperial3.html The subjugation of China by the Mongols The structure of feudal Japan (Online) (http://www.sasked.gov.sk.ca/docs/midlsoc/gr7/74info1.html): Chart (http://www.sasked.gov.sk. ca/docs/midlsoc/gr7/74handouts1.html#4) The Medieval European Knight vs. Feudal Japanese Samurai (http://www.thehaca.com/essays/knightvs.htm) The Mongol Empire - http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Forum/2532/index.html A well researched website that includes a timeline, maps, an overview of the empire, biographical information on Genghis Khan, and also information on where the Mongols are now. Background Notes - http://www.state.gov/www/background_notes/mongolia_0498_bgn.html Information on Mongolia From the US Department of State: A compilation of demographic information including a concise history of the country. Heian Jingu Shrine/Festival of Ages (http://www.heianjingu.or.jp/english/0302.html) scrolls down to get to the earlier history information on nobles. Age of Hakkenden (http://www.mars.dti.ne.jp/~opaku/shogun/samurai.html): Samurai and Shogun information. Feudal Japan nobles -(http://216.239.39.104/search?q=cache:ST7Yhoy4WF4J:www.htansw.asn.au/teach/juniorhistorydocs/jun feudaljapan_cloze. doc+COURT+NOBLES,+FEUDAL+JAPAN&hl=en&ie=UTF-8 Feudal Japan: Samurai from the Cleveland Museum -http://www.clevelandart.org/educef/asianodyssey/html/samuraimi.html Samurai Archives (http://www.samurai-archives.com/index.html) Origins and History of Samurai (http://www.artelino.com/articles/samurai.asp) Samurai and Khans -(http://victorian.fortunecity.com/duchamp/410/samurai2.html) Home | Introduction | Task | Process | Roles | Evaluation | Conclusion | Biographer| Cartographer | Scenic Artists | Political Scientist | Credits | Teacher Page | Credits:  Credits Home | Introduction | Task | Process | Roles | Evaluation | Conclusion | Biographer| Cartographer | Scenic Artists | Political Scientist | Credits | Teacher Page | This Webquest idea was taken from The WebQuest Page and the Design Patterns page. We all benefit by being generous with our work. Permission is hereby granted for other educators to copy this WebQuest, update or otherwise modify it, and post it elsewhere provided that the original author's name is retained along with a link back to the original URL of this WebQuest. On the line after the original author's name, you may add Modified by (your name) on (date). If you do modify it, please let us know and provide the new URL. Last updated 02/14/2005 10:50:04. Based on a template from The WebQuest Page Reduced Version:  Reduced Version Due to time constraints the following are the REDUCED VERSION changes to the Japan/China Webquest The presentation/construction of the project will not use a tri fold board. We will evaluate by oral presentation only. Role changes: Biographer: will write 1 full page (1.5 line spacing) on EITHER a famous Khan or Samurai Cartographer: will create ONE map on EITHER the Khanates OR the Dynasties Political Scientist: will choose EITHER the social hierarchy of 12th century Japan OR China to create their visual representation of that hierarchy. An explanation and picture examples of hierarchical level MUST be included in the representation. Scenic Artist: will draw 2 scenes for each; Samurai and Khan OR 1 three dimensional scene of their choice; Samurai or Khan in a military or religious setting. Home | Introduction | Task | Process | Roles | Evaluation | Conclusion | Biographer| Cartographer | Scenic Artists | Political Scientist | Credits | Teacher Page |

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