Empress Lü Zhi - Print & Digital - Google Drive
Empress Lü Zhi is the first recorded empress in Chinese History during the Han Dynasty. She ruled defacto after her husband, Liu Bang (founder of the Han Dynasty) passed away. Despite being ruthlessly vicious towards her enemies, historians regard her as an able and successful ruler.
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- One page reading on Empress Lü Zhi
- 6 comprehension questions to check for student understanding
- Teacher answer key (not included in preview)
I know how frustrating it can be for students when they receive large amounts of text to read, so I intentionally made this a one-page reading! Whether you assign this as homework or do it together as a class, this is an excellent supplement to use in your class.
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Thank you for checking this product out! To check out other resources on Ancient China, you can click HERE. This is a great resource to pair with my PowerPoint and WebQuest on the Han Dynasty!
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