Monday's Lesson Plan
China has a rich history that extends back over 6000 years. During these years the Chinese are responisble for such inventions as paper, gunpowder, printing, and the compass. China has changed significantly through the years as different political systems gained control. However, currently China is currently the world's largest and most populous country with 1.3 billion people.
Tuesday's Lesson Plan
China is often thought of as a land of mystery. For years China's Communist government has kept China somewhat distanced from the rest of the world. Now as China has opened its doors to foreign business markets this mystery and myth is replaced with fact.
Wednesday's Lesson Plan
China has a very rich culture. The food, traditions, and customs of Ancient China were very rich and distinctive. As a stringent Communist government took control of China, many of these customs and traditions were outlawed. For decades the Chinese were unable to practice their traditions openly and were cut off from the rest of the world. Now with a less rigid Communist government in place the Chinese are again able to embrace their history as well as the practices of the West. The Chinese have become a nation in love with all things Western.
Thursday's Lesson Plan
China has a population larger than any other country in the world with 1.32 billion citizens. It is also the largest country in Asia. China is considered by many to be a rising super power with its large population, strong economy, and great purchasing power. As China opened its doors to the world, it has been a new force on the world market.
Friday's Lesson Plan
China is a land of mystery. The country's long history has produced a rich culture and vast set of traditions. Today with a new government in power, China is developing into the world's next superpower. China is no longer simply absorbing the Western world, but is now influencing it.