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Spread of Buddhism

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Amelia Merwin

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Spread of Buddhism
Do Now - April 9, 2015
1. Define "Nirvana"
2. Who was Siddartha Gautama?

spread from India
to China to Korea to Japan.

Make a prediction: What caused
this religion to spread so far?
Write your answers below the map on Page 1
Which reason does this
image represent?

How do you know?
Table Talk
Turn your packet over to the back:

What have you done in the past to be a member of the CALS community? What will you do in the future?
(5 sentences)

SWBAT investigate the 4 main causes of the spread of
Buddhism (Religious, Political, Economic and Social) by identifying quotes that support each reason when reading informative texts.
You MUST keep:
-Pink Historical Significance Paper

-Anything related to Japan or China

Buddhism is the fourth largest religion in the world!

1. Christianity
2. Islam
3. Hinduism
4. Buddhism
1. Final Resume Drafts

2. Last Trimester's blue late passes
(3 minutes)
500 million Buddhists in the world
1.2 million Buddhists in the United States
1. What years does the map represent?
2. How many countries does Buddhism travel to in the map? (Hint: CAPITAL LETTERS)
3. Look at the different "colors" on the map. What 2 countries does Buddhism reach last?
4. In what centuries does Buddhism reach these last countries?
(3.5 minutes)
Individual, pairs or group work
Be specific!
Binder Cleanout
Table Talk
What reason does this image represent?

How do you know?
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