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Medieval Times in China and Beyond 500-1500 CE

Confucius narrates this fascinating tale of life in the Middle Ages − exploring the political, social and economic developments of  the time.  Product Reviews

Contents:Kids First Film Festival Official Selection
The Silk Road
(Japan, India and the Americas)


Very informative and easy to watch. Explores China, Japan, India and the Americas from 500-1500 AD and explains the living conditions and developments that came out of that time and how it has influenced our lives today. Much of the information is new and very compelling. We love it!...” KIDS FIRST! Film Festival Adult Juror

"...Arts, sciences, and trade routes flourished during this era...voice-over narration (accompanied by traditional music) describes artistic achievements, inventions (paper, kites, silk), social customs, and Buddhism...Period artifacts and contemporary location footage add visual diversity. Useful for making students aware of ancient developing civilizations..." Candace Smith, BOOKLIST, April 2009

“…impressive in its graphics, images, music and narrative – very engaging...” Dr. Larry Cuban, Stanford University (World History)

“This is a stand-out product...narrated in first person by Confucius, creating a very interesting presentation...the content is excellent and easy to excellent resource for any middle or high school history unit.” Children’s Software and Media Revue

Teacher’s Guide: Includes 45 page Teacher’s Guide

Product Details

This DVD learning resource is designed for home, classroom and library use. Correlates with state and national social studies standards.

Ages 9 to adult. Running time approximately 25 minutes.

Medieval Times in China and Beyond

Medieval China and Beyond
and Medieval Europe and the Crusades

2 DVD Video Set
Purchase both Middle Ages DVDs and save $20!


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