EUROPEAN FEUDALISM NOVEMBER 20 2017 FEUDALISM BELL WORK

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EUROPEAN FEUDALISM NOVEMBER 20, 2017

EUROPEAN FEUDALISM NOVEMBER 20, 2017

FEUDALISM BELL WORK • Create a list of reasons why societies change over time.

FEUDALISM BELL WORK • Create a list of reasons why societies change over time. (Aim for at least 5 reasons)

STANDARD • 7. 33 – Describe the development of feudalism and manorialism, its role

STANDARD • 7. 33 – Describe the development of feudalism and manorialism, its role in the medieval European economy, and the way in which it was influenced by physical geography (the role of the manor and the growth of towns. ) • Objective – I can describe how feudalism change Europe • Homework – Test corrections

CORNELL NOTES • Read the following sections: • • “The Feudal Order” (pg. 252)

CORNELL NOTES • Read the following sections: • • “The Feudal Order” (pg. 252) “Lords, Vassals, and Knights” (pg. 252 -253) “Two Groups of Peasants” (pg. 255) “The Lives of Peasants” (pg. 255 -256) • Terms • Lords • Knights/Vassal • Peasants: Serfs & Freemen

FEUDALISM • Diagram the social order of Medieval Europe using the one shown below.

FEUDALISM • Diagram the social order of Medieval Europe using the one shown below.

EUROPEAN FEUDALISM 2 NOVEMBER 21, 2017

EUROPEAN FEUDALISM 2 NOVEMBER 21, 2017

EUROPEAN FEUDALISM BELL WORK (DAY 2) • Why did European society shift to feudalism?

EUROPEAN FEUDALISM BELL WORK (DAY 2) • Why did European society shift to feudalism? Answer in a complete sentence.

STANDARD • 7. 33 – Describe the development of feudalism and manorialism, its role

STANDARD • 7. 33 – Describe the development of feudalism and manorialism, its role in the medieval European economy, and the way in which it was influenced by physical geography (the role of the manor and the growth of towns. ) • Objective – I can describe how feudalism change Europe • Homework – Test corrections

CAFÉ CONVERSATIONS • You will be taking on different roles from feudal society. •

CAFÉ CONVERSATIONS • You will be taking on different roles from feudal society. • • Lords Knights Serfs Freemen • Make an identity chart (a web), of the characteristics and information that you know about your role • Your situation: You all meet at an inn and have dinner together. Discuss how your day and life is going.

MANORIAL MAP • As Lady/Lord, you have recently received a wonderful fief from the

MANORIAL MAP • As Lady/Lord, you have recently received a wonderful fief from the King. You will now design and create a Medieval Manor that would be sufficient for your fiefdom. • Remember, all maps use symbols and have the following four components: scale, legend, title, and compass rose.

MANOR MAP • Your manor will need certain geographic features in order to be

MANOR MAP • Your manor will need certain geographic features in order to be self-sufficient. What are they? • What else will your manor need in order to be selfsufficient? • Refer back to your notes to help your design, as well as the textbook, specifically the section, “The Medieval Manor” on pgs. 255 -256

MANOR MAP EXAMPLE

MANOR MAP EXAMPLE