The Formation of Europe. On the back of the handout coming around , copy the questions you see below. Be sure to leave space for your answers. When you are done you may get a green World History Patterns of Civilization textbook from by the window. .
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The Formation of Europe
On the back of the handout coming around, copy the questions you see below. Be sure to leave space for your answers. When you are done you may get a green World History Patterns of Civilizationtextbook from by the window.
On a new page in your notebooks, create the KWL Chartandfill in the “Know” and “Want to Know” sections. You have 5 minutes to complete this activity.
Directions: While you watch the video complete the video guide that has been handed out to you.
KnowWant to LearnLearned
Feudalism– a system of rule where local lords were bound to kings through their loyalty
Serfs – a poor person attached to a section of land andunder the control of a lord
Manor – the village and surrounding lands that were controlled by a lord
Knight – lesser noble who served as a warrior on horseback
Lord– powerful person who controlled the land but followed the orders of the king
Noble – a person in the upper social classes during medieval times
Charlemagne – Frankish king who conquered most of Europe and was crowned emperor of the Romans by Pope Leo III
Magyars – nomadic group of people from Asia who would become the Hungarians
Franks – a group of Germanic tribes during the middle ages