Ancient China Unit Test Part 3: Question Preview (ID: 16465)


Below is a preview of the questions contained within the game titled ANCIENT CHINA UNIT TEST PART 3: Ancient China .To play games using this data set, follow the directions below. Good luck and have fun. Enjoy! [print these questions]


Play games to reveal the correct answers. Click here to play a game and get the answers.

Which of the following led China to make contact with other cultures?
a) The Chinese empire fell into great poverty. b) The Chinese empire became prosperous. c) The Chinese empire developed a powerful army. d) The Chinese empire was invaded by other groups.
(To create a strong central government, Wudi took land from the lords and raised taxes.) What can you infer about the lords during the rule of Wudi?
a) They were likely happy, because the new laws were good for China. b) They were likely angry, because their land was taken away. c) They were likely indifferent, because they were still wealthy. d) They were likely confused, because they thought that Wudi favored them.
Which of the following supports the idea that Shi Huangdi was good for China despite his harsh ways?
a) Scholars, peasants, and nobles all disliked his policies. b) As soon as he died the country fell into civil war. c) The lords of China moved to live closer to him. d) The country improved after his long reign ended.
(Shi Huangdi ordered the burning of all writings that did not agree with Legalism.) What can you infer about Shi Huangdi from this?
a) He was a tolerant leader who respected other people’s beliefs. b) He felt that the other writings in existence at the time were weak. c) He believed that nobles should read different writings than farmers. d) He was an intolerant leader who did not respect other people’s beliefs.
(Shi Huangdi ordered the burning of all writings that did not agree with Legalism.) What can you infer about Shi Huangdi from this?
a) He was a tolerant leader who respected other people’s beliefs. b) He felt that the other writings in existence at the time were weak. c) He believed that nobles should read different writings than farmers. d) He was an intolerant leader who did not respect other people’s beliefs.
Why did Shi Huangdi have the Great Wall of China built?
a) to unify the nation b) to protect the nation c) to beautify the nation d) to energize the nation
Which of the following is the most appropriate response to the statement “The Qin dynasty was bad for China”?
a) “That is true, because the people adored Shi Huangdi.” b) “That is correct. The dynasty weakened and divided China.” c) “That is false, because the people were unhappy with Shi Huangdi.” d) “That is incorrect. The dynasty strengthened and unified China.”
What was the effect of all people in China using the same coins and the same writing system?
a) There were fewer gold coins. b) Trade became much easier. c) People were happier. d) The government strengthened.
Which of the following best explains how Qin rule affected China?
a) China had more problems under Qin rule. b) China became unified under Qin rule. c) China had more poverty under Qin rule. d) China became divided under Qin rule.
The iron plow and wheelbarrow allowed the Chinese to
a) raise and process more silk worms. b) till more land and raise more crops. c) trade more goods with other people. d) train more animals to work in fields.
Play Games with the Questions above at ReviewGameZone.com
To play games using the questions from the data set above, visit ReviewGameZone.com and enter game ID number: 16465 in the upper right hand corner at ReviewGameZone.com or simply click on the link above this text.

TEACHERS / EDUCATORS
Log In
| Sign Up / Register