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“China and its Great Wall” Please respond to the following, using sources under the Explore heading as the basis of your response: Describe two (2) specific aspects about the Great Wall of China,
such as facts about its size, length, purposes, varied materials, labor
force, and its phases of construction. Next, share your thoughts as to
why a wall like this might have been created. Do you think this wall’s
impact is for good or bad? Why? Explore China and Its Great Wall Chapter 7 (pp. 216-218, 225), early phases, (pp. 617-618) later phaseExplore wall interactively at http://www.airpano.ru/files/China-Great-Wall/2-2Video at http://www.discovery.com/tv-shows/other-shows/videos/discovery-atlas-china-revealed-the-great-wall.htmUNESCO article at http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/438“China’s Wall Less Great in View from Space” article at http://www.nasa.gov/vision/space/workinginspace/great_wall.htmlWeek 4 Discussion Template: Please copy, fill in with your own research and words: Template for Week Discussion Please fill in each section with your summary of your research using your own words. Please
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Hello Class and Dr. C, here is my main post for the Week 4 Discussion, I hope you enjoy it

Two interesting facts about the Great Wall

· This part is pretty easy just assess any of the following

· such as facts about its size, length, purposes, varied materials, labor force, and its phases of construction

· be pretty specific here, don’t just list a fact, but also assess why you think these facts are impressive or cool

What was the purpose of the Wall and how successful was it?

· This part requires a bit of thought. Walls are much more
than just physical barriers, they also mark clearly defining boundaries
for cultures and they are also symbolic and psychological barriers as
well. Think about how the ancient Chinese felt when they saw this Wall
as well as how outsiders (particularly the Mongols) felt about seeing
this. Did it signify the superiority of China? Did it mark a clear
line between civilized society and barbarians?
” Are backyard fences good examples of modern day privacy walls? Y or N or maybe ? (no need to explain, just “yes, No or Maybe?)

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