Standards Database Logo
Home | Browse | Search | Purpose | History | Process | Acknowledgment| Reference

 


 


Topic: Expansion of Hindu and Buddhist traditions 

World History

 Standard 12.  Understands the Imperial crises and their aftermath in various regions from 300 to 700 CE
  Level II (Grade 5-6)
   Benchmark 5.Understands the influence of Hinduism and Buddhism in East and Southeast Asia (e.g., the role of trade in spreading these religions; the geographical limits of Hindu and Buddhist influence; the presence and influence of Hinduism and Buddhism in India, Malaysia, and Southeast Asia; how ocean currents affected cultural contact between India and Southeast Asia, and the evidence for this contact)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands the influence of Hinduism in East and Southeast Asia
     2.Understands the influence of Buddhism in East and Southeast Asia
     3.Understands the role of trade in spreading Hinduism and Buddhism
     4.Knows the geographical limits of Hindu influence
     5.Knows the geographical limits of Buddhist influence
     6.Understands the presence and influence of Hinduism in India
     7.Understands the presence and influence of Hinduism in Malaysia
     8.Understands the presence and influence of Hinduism in Southeast Asia
     9.Understands the presence and influence of Buddhism in India
     10.Understands the presence and influence of Buddhism in Malaysia
     11.Understands the presence and influence of Buddhism in Southeast Asia
     12.Understands how ocean currents affected cultural contact between India and Southeast Asia, and the evidence for this contact
  Level III (Grade 7-8)
   Benchmark 5.Understands how the spread of trade and religion influenced Southeast Asia and Polynesian areas (e.g., the impact of Indian civilization on state-building in mainland Southeast Asia and the Indonesian archipelago, the nature of monumental religious architecture as evidence for the spread of Buddhist and Hindu belief and practice in Southeast Asia, the function of Hindu and Buddhist clerics in the spread of their religions and trade to Southeast Asia and Malayo- Polynesia by the end of the 1st millennium BCE, the locations and geographic challenges of potential and actual trade routes in the Southeast Asian and Polynesian areas)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands how the spread of trade influenced Southeast Asia and Polynesian areas
     2.Understands how the spread of religion influenced Southeast Asia and Polynesian areas
     3.Understands the impact of Indian civilization on state building in mainland Southeast Asia and the Indonesian archipelago
     4.Understands the nature of monumental religious architecture as evidence for the spread of Buddhist and Hindu belief and practice in Southeast Asia
     5.Understands the function of Hindu and Buddhist clerics in the spread of their religions and trade to Southeast Asia and Malayo Polynesia by the end of the 1st millennium BCE
     6.Knows the locations and geographic challenges of potential and actual trade routes in the Southeast Asian and Polynesian areas
  Level IV (Grade 9-12)
   Benchmark 3.Understands Indian contributions to Southeast Asia (e.g., the adaptation of Buddhist-Hindu culture in Southeast Asia , how art and architecture revealed the spread of Indian influence in Southeast Asia, the Indian concept of ideal kingship and its introduction and spread throughout the emerging states of Southeast Asia)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands the adaptation of Buddhist Hindu culture in Southeast Asia
     2.Understands how art and architecture revealed the spread of Indian influence in Southeast Asia
     3.Understands the Indian concept of ideal kingship and its introduction and spread throughout the emerging states of Southeast Asia
   Benchmark 7.Understands the significance of Pandyas and Pallavas (e.g., the history of Pandyas and Pallavas in South India; trade relationships with West Asia, Greece, Rome, and Southeast Asia; how Pallavas helped spread Hindu and Buddhist thought to Southeast Asia)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Knows the history of Pandyas and Pallavas in South India
     2.Understands trade relationships with West Asia, Greece, Rome, and Southeast Asia
     3.Understands how Pallavas helped spread Hindu and Buddhist thought to Southeast Asia
 Standard 18.  Understands major global trends from 300 to 1000 CE
  Level II (Grade 5-6)
   Benchmark 1.Understands major changes in the religious map of Eurasia and Africa between 300 and 1000 CE (e.g., the success of Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Islam in making converts among peoples of differing ethnic and cultural traditions)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands the success of Christianity in making converts among peoples of differing ethnic and cultural traditions
     2.Understands the success of Buddhism in making converts among peoples of differing ethnic and cultural traditions
     3.Understands the success of Hinduism in making converts among peoples of differing ethnic and cultural traditions
     4.Understands the success of Islam in making converts among peoples of differing ethnic and cultural traditions