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Transcript of Feudalism
you want! Based on your prior knowledge what can you infer about the... Modern Feudalism: Monarchy
Social Structure Turn and talk.... After the fall of Rome
people were looking for safety
their solution... Serfs Peasants Knights Nobles Monarch Pope Priests King/Queen
Pope 1 Lord/Lady
2/3 Serfs 1 Lord/Lady
2/3 Serfs Manor 1 Manor 2 1 Lord/Lady
2/3 Serfs 1 Lord/Lady
2/3 Serfs 1 Lord/Lady
2/3 Serfs Manor 3 Manor 4 Manor 5 Learning Objective: Language Objective: Behavior Objective: Today's Objectives Read and discuss the social structure of the
Middle Ages. Infer about the social structure of the
Middle Ages through looking at pictures and the
classroom set up. Behave responsibly and respectfully, stay on
task, and actively listen to speaker. Feudal Pyramid Miss Asp's
Feudal System When I say "GO"...
Quietly and respectfully stand up
Grab your stuff & form a line around the room
Pull a social class out of the crown
Take your seat in your assigned Manor
Quietly read your slip of paper & learn about your position in the class's social structure Each manor should have... 1 Lord/Lady
2/3 Serfs Share! EVERY GROUP MEMBER MUST SHARE....
Who they are (serf, peasant, noble, etc.)
How they contribute to their manor
and 1 inference about something not
written on their slip Be prepared to share with the class! Picture time! Look at pictures alone or with a partner and...
Figure out which social class is in the picture
Make predictions about that social class
Ask questions about the picture
When you are done swap pictures with
someone and repeat the steps above^ Ticket out the door Your manor must place your
pictures in the correct order of the
Middle Ages social structure
Hint: the Feudalism Pyramid
When you are done take a seat
and raise your hands to be checked! Clergy Lesson #1 *Lord/lady be prepared to share with the class* The Middle Ages
Dark Ages Time period between Ancient and Modern times Ancient Middle Ages Modern Times Today's Objectives Learning Objective: Language Objective: Behavior Objective: Feudalism The social, political,
and economic system
of the Middle Ages Turn and talk... Find your seat in your manor! Turn and talk to your neighbors Feudalism What is... Why was feudalism needed after the fall of Rome? Life in the middle ages was dangerous & hard Barbarians were warring against each other There was not one strong civilization
(like in Rome and Greece) People needed protection Feudalism provided people with safety
by establishing a stable social order Serfs Peasants Knights Nobles Monarch All the land in the kingdom belonged to the monarch The monarch let lords and ladies use the land in exchange for loyalty and money (taxes). Lived in a Castle. Lords & Ladies Rich Responsible for managing and defending the land the monarch let them use. Their land was called a manor. Hint: Today we have the word "landlord" who manages a property. You might rent a house or apartment from a landlord. Mounted Soldiers Came from lower nobility Expensive lifestyle: suit of armor and horse coat Knights were loyal to the lord of their manor and also the king. They protected the people and fought in wars. Code of Chivalry Knights had to be loyal to the church.
They had to be just and fair
They had to protect the helpless and pay respect to women. Workers in the manor Skilled workers
Could leave the manor
Butchers, bakers, blacksmiths, tailors, farmers Workers in the manor Workers bound to the land by contract with the nobles.
They had no freedom (they were the nobles property.)
(They chose to give up their freedoms for protection.) Review what you have learned... 1. Everyone owed loyalty to the _____________.
2. After the king the _____________ were the most powerful. The king gave them ____________ to manage and defend.
3. They followed the ____________ of Chivalry by showing loyalty to the church, protecting the helpless, and respecting women.
4. ____________ were skilled workers. They paid rent to the ___________, but were free to move as they pleased.
5. ____________ were bound to the land, and were given____________ in return for their work. Feudal contract Define Feudalism and Feudal Contract in the Middle Ages. Read power point, talk to partner, listen to speaker and fill out Feudalism notes. Behave responsibly and respectfully, stay on task, listen quietly to the speaker. King & Queen What was the Feudal Contract? Feudalism Reading Talk to the Text Focus on making inferences Answer question
when you are done
raise your hand Learning Objective:
Define Feudalism in the
Middle Ages. Language Objective:
Read, discuss, write, infer
and draw about Feudalism. Behavior Objective:
Act responsibly and stay
on task, do your best work,
and work well with others. Pictures! Look at the pictures.
Determine which social
class is represented
With your manor
Put the pictures in order based on social class
Raise your hand to be checked! Sit in your manor! Silent! Sit in your manor How would you feel if you dedicated your life to working for a lord, no money, no freedom, little food, poor living conditions... TEST TOMORROW! Review What is a social structure? What kind of social structure did they have in the middle ages? What time period came after the fall of Rome? Why was it called the Middle Ages? Why was it called the Dark Ages? What is the difference between
a serf and a peasant? What was the relationship between a serf and a noble? What was the relationship between a monarch and a lord? What was the code of Chivalry? Feudalism was both a ________ and a _______. What type of government is Feudalism? What was a feudal contract?