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Con-WHO-shus?

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Amelia Merwin

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Con-WHO-shus? Who does this guys think he is?
Do Now - Monday, February 22, 2016
"After Passing the Examination"
1. What evidence is there that the speaker is taking an important test?

Circle what you find.
"After Passing the Examination"
1. Does the speaker think that studying for this test has been worth it to him?
Why or why not?

Circle evidence in the poem that answers this question.
Neo-Confucianism & Scholar-Officials Packet
-Individual or Group Work

Quality Responses will:
-Be in complete sentences

-Use information from the text! READ CAREFULLY :)

-Your Exit Ticket questions will be based on this

Name
"After Passing the Examination"
2. Why does the speaker say that he is taking the test?



3. Make a prediction: What will passing this examination help the speaker do?
So why is this guy taking this test?!!
The ideas of Confucianism and Neo-Confucianism led to
changes in how people were hired in the Chinese
government (meritocracy).
Today's Learning Objectives
SWBAT recall the role of a
scholar-official
in Medieval China
by correctly answering 3/3 multiple choice questions correctly
and by justifying their responses.
POEM ANALYSIS:

"After Passing the
Examination"
Pair Share - Write responses in Do Now notebook
Suppose that you had to choose someone, like a friend or relative, to make
decisions for you.

This person might need to make decisions about important issues, such as
your finances or your future.
Which of these people would you trust most
to make decisions for you?
• someone who is from another country
• someone who is rich
• someone who is considered an excellent student
Explain the reasons for your choice.

Suppose that you had to choose someone, like a friend or relative,
to make decisions for you.

This person might need to make decisions about important issues,
such as your
finances
or
your future
.

Which of these people would you trust most to make decisions for you?

• someone who is from another country
• someone who is rich
• someone who is considered an excellent student

Explain your choice in 2-3 sentences.




[written in the 9th
century CE]
Neo-Confucianism: When Confucius' ideas became popular again later on in Chinese history.

Meritocracy: A system where people are hired based on their abilities.
*The speaker is taking an exam that will help him get a job with the government.
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