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Unit # 3 – Middle Ages. Lesson # 2 – Feudalism. 2/12 – Objective and Bell Ringer. Page 52: Bell Ringer: On page 48, complete “Rome Falls” portion of the Flow Chart (see above if missed class) Objective: Describe how loyalty was used as a means of survival Attach Homework: Further thinking

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Unit 3 middle ages

Unit # 3 – Middle Ages

Lesson # 2 – Feudalism


2 12 objective and bell ringer

2/12 – Objective and Bell Ringer

  • Page 52:

    • Bell Ringer: On page 48, complete “Rome Falls” portion of the Flow Chart (see above if missed class)

    • Objective: Describe how loyalty was used as a means of survival

    • Attach Homework: Further thinking

  • Page 53: Attach Feudal Crossword

  • Page 54: Attach Explaining Relationships & Feudal Pyramid

  • Page 55: Attach Cost-Benefit Analysis


What was going on in europe

What was going on in Europe?

  • Rome fell

    • Why?

  • People are without a leader, a government, protection, or money

    • What should they do?

  • In order to protect themselves, they band together

    • Define Feudalism on Page 53 of your notebook


Page 53 feudal crossword

Page 53: Feudal Crossword

  • You will have 10 minutes to complete the Feudal Crossword on Page 53.

  • If you finish early, choose five terms and draw a picture to demonstrate their meaning

    • Bonus: +1 Extra Credit on BR


Page 54 explaining relationships feudal pyramid

Page 54: Explaining Relationships & Feudal Pyramid

  • Using the reading from the Feudal Crossword, explain how the three roles within feudalism were connected.

    • Lords

    • Knights

    • Serfs

  • Explain what each role provided to one another

  • Bonus: +1 Extra Credit on BR for designing a diagram to demonstrate the connectedness of the Feudal Pyramid


Page 55 cost benefit analysis

Page 55: Cost-Benefit Analysis

  • Look at the different roles that existed during Feudal times.

    • Highlight the two roles that you feel are the most important

  • Think about Phillip O. Berry and what roles exist here

    • Write four different roles that exist and one cost and one benefit associated with each


Simulation

Simulation

  • In your groups, choose a setting (home, office, place of business, etc)

  • Choose three roles associated with this setting

  • Assign each person one of the roles

  • Design a 1-2 minute skit that demonstrates

    • What these roles are

    • How they are connected

    • Each person must have a speaking role

    • 10:00 to prepare


Simulation example

Simulation Example

  • Setting

    • Phillip O. Berry

  • Roles:

    • Teacher

    • Principal

    • Student

  • Skit:

    • Explain how each of these interact with one another. Design a story that shows them working together


Simulation submission

Simulation Submission

  • To be turned in before presenting

  • 1 sheet of paper with:

    • Each students’ name

    • Setting of skit (2 points)

    • 3 different roles (2 points)

    • 1 cost/1 benefit of each role (2 points)

    • Description of scene that will be acted out (2 points)

  • Perform skit (2 points)

  • Total: 10 points


Homework further thinking

Homework: Further Thinking

  • Compare Feudal times to Modern day society


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