Engineering an Empire: China


Subjects: History, Social Studies
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12
Source: History Classroom

Explores the engineering marvels that facilitated and defined the Chinese empire. China's emperors mobilized peasant armies to accomplish engineering feats such as the world's longest canal and, of course, the Great Wall.

 

60-minute runtime; 2-year copyright clearance

Aug 20 at 6:00am ET/PT

Engineering an Empire: China

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