Revolution in China and the Fall of Imperialism, Jennifer Preslan, Toledo 07 1 ANCIENT CHINA Introduction Subject: Ancient China Level/Length: This unit was written with sixth graders in mind, but can easily be adapted for grades 5–9. 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