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Examine India's History through Hinduism and Buddhism

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This lesson was created to meet the requirements of an AP World History course.  This would be completed early in the course as a study of the religions of Hinduism and Buddhism and their development and spread in India.

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Students will analyze primary sources through identifying the Subject, Occasion, Audience, Purpose, Speaker and Tone of several documents.
Students will compare the primary source readings to the Crash Course video connected to the spread and development of Hinduism and Buddhism.
Students will compare and contrast the documents after the analysis.
Students will also discuss the comparison and contrast to what we already know about India and the development of the ancient societies in India around 500 B.C.E.
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A.Wade
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Creative Commons Licence
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