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Feudal Japan. 11.15.12. Do Now: Label each section using your notes from yesterday!. Ronin. Think – Pair - Share. What ARE the different classes of Japanese society? Which classes are part of the ruling class? Which class is highly respected but pays most of the taxes?

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Feudal japan

Feudal Japan

11.15.12


Feudal japan

Do Now: Label each section using your notes from yesterday!

Ronin


Think pair share

Think – Pair - Share

  • What ARE the different classes of Japanese society?

  • Which classes are part of the ruling class?

  • Which class is highly respected but pays most of the taxes?

  • Which class was wealthy but not respected in society?


Feudal japan

Feudalism:A political, economic, and social system based on loyalty, the holding of land, and military service.Feudal society is a military society—most of the focus in society is on providing for military warlords and their warriors. Warriors are highly regarded and warfare is common.

Shogun

Land

Loyalty

Land

Daimyo

Daimyo

Loyalty

Samurai

Samurai

Samurai

Food

Protection

Peasant

Peasant

Peasant

Peasant


Figurehead a leader in name only who does not have any real power

Figurehead:A leader in name only--who does not have any real power.

  • The Emperor paid nobles for their services by giving them land.

  • Noble families took total control of their large territories. Eventually, this made the families more wealthy and powerful than the Emperor was.

  • Even though he was still respected and still called the Emperor, the real power was in the hands of these landholding nobles (later on, the ruler of these families is called a Daimyo).


Today s standards and objectives

Today’s Standards and Objectives:

  • Objective: Analyze the structure and effects of the Feudal System in Japan by completing graphic organizers and writing a paragraph, earning a 3 or 4 on the rubrics.

    • 7.5.3: Describe the values, social customs, and traditions prescribed by the lord-vassal system consisting of shogun, daimyo, and samurai and the lasting influence of the warrior code in the twentieth century.

    • 7.5.6: Analyze the rise of a military society in the late twelfth century and the role of the samurai in that society.

  • All work done today will eventually become part of your Feudal Japan Poster! Today we are gathering information and taking notes to create a few pieces for the poster.


Basic poster requirements

Basic Poster Requirements:

  • Introductory paragraph summarizing the concept of Feudalism in Japan.

  • A visual representation showing the social hierarchy of Feudal Japan WITH a brief description of the roles of each class in that society.

  • Cause and Effect Flowchart analyzing the decline of imperial power and the rise of a military society during the 12th century.

  • A graphic organizer representing the lord-vassal relationship of shogun, daimyo, and samurai with a short explanation making sure the graphic organizer is clear.

  • Free Choice (1 PER GROUP MEMBER!)


Home groups 4 th period

Home Groups: 4th Period

  • 1. Raquel, Josh, Kevin, Andy

  • 2. Esbeydi,Sharon, Josephine, Jesse

  • 3. Nitzia, Devante, Rafael, Nhi

  • 4. Esther, David C., Huitzlin, Derek

  • 5. Alexia, Stephanie, Bryant, Natalie

  • 6. Hailey, Isabel, Anthony, David R

  • 7. Katheryne, Gladys, Gustavo, Brian V.


Jigsaw reading away groups

JIGSAW READING: Away Groups:

  • Your assignment: Take notes with your away group as you read to create a simple cause and effect map using short sentences and arrows.

  • Example: After reading the story Aladdin--

    Aladdin meets Jasmine and falls in loveGetsarrestedJafar tricks him into going into the Cave of WondersUnleashesgenieBecomes a princeGets into the palaceTakes Jasmine on a magic carpet rideThey fall in love.


Feudal japan

Away Groups:Your assignment: Take notes with your away group as you read to create a simple cause and effect map using short sentences and arrows.

Reading Assignments:

  • Tables 1 & 2: Read The Rise of the Shogun from page 493 to the middle of page 494.

  • Tables 3 & 4: Read Who Were the Samurai on Page 494. Then read The Way it Was on page 496.

  • Tables 5 & 6: Read What is a Shogun starting at the bottom of page 494 to the end of page 495.

  • Tables 7 & 8: Read The Daimyo Divide Japan on page 496 to the end on page 497.


Home groups 2 nd period

Home Groups 2nd Period

  • 1. Jeisy, Javier, Jose G, Andrea

  • 2. Jose C, Yahaira, Francisco, Miriam

  • 3. Erick, Eduardo, Brian L.,Jackie

  • 4. Jesus H., Garrett, Karla, Isela

  • 5. Melissa H, Abraham,Danny, Daisee

  • 6.Lisbeth, Andrew, Lisa, Kevin

  • 7. Jessica, Alex, Brittany, Jesus C

  • 8. Ricardo, Carmen, Christian, Raissa


Home groups

Home Groups:

  • Brianna, Martha, Elmer, Andres

  • Riley,Aeileen, Lizbeth, Brian S.

  • Kayla, Danny, Anthony, Sophia Pecina

  • Brian Lai, Jocelyn, Mario, Danielle

  • Brandon S., Ruby, Britney, Humberto

  • Melanie, Isaiah, Duong, Karla G.

  • Carla O., Isaac, Greg

  • Sofia Pineda, Victor, Brandon A., Katherin


Home groups 3 rd period

Home Groups: 3rd period

  • Brianna, Martha, Elmer, Andres

  • Riley,Aeileen, Lizbeth, Brian S.

  • Kayla, Danny, Anthony, Sophia Pecina

  • Brian Lai, Jocelyn, Mario, Danielle

  • Brandon S., Ruby, Britney, Humberto

  • Melanie, Isaiah, Duong, Karla G.

  • Carla O., Isaac, Greg

  • Sofia Pineda, Victor, Brandon A., Katherin


Home groups 5 th period

Home Groups: 5th Period

  • Jose, Vivika, Isaac, Clarissa

  • Franky, Moises, Maria, Chris

  • Andy, Jonathan, Daniel, Alondra

  • Anahi, Kevin, Juan, Joanne

  • Kyle, Kimberly, Destiny

  • Gabe, Fernando, Jonniy, Noelia

  • Julie, John, Christian

  • Doug, Tanya, Arlene,


Section 1

Section 1:

  • Weak emperors need regents  fujiwara clan becomes powerful  government pays nobles with land  nobles gain control of large amounts of land  no taxes on nobles  nobles tax peasants


Section 2

Section 2:

  • Need to protect land/laws  nobles form private armies  need to pay armies  pay them in land (samurai)  bushido code  loyalty, honor, bravery, continues to WWII


Section 3

Section 3:

  • Families fight for land  Gempei War  Minamoto wins  Emperor makes Yorimoto Shogun to keep him loyal  Creates 2 governments (KamikaraShogunate/Emperor)  Emperor becomes figurehead  Shogunate for 700 years

  • Storms defeat mongols—this is where the word kamikaze comes from


Section 4

Section 4:

  • Samurai say not enough land from shogun  support emperor revolt  emperor doesn’t give land either  Shikaga turns on emperor  Ashikaga shogunate = weak  revolts, division into small territories ruled by daimyo  Daimyo copy older nobles and have private armies  vassals = oath of loyalty in return for land  Feudalism = bond of loyalty


Home groups cause effect flowchart

Home Groups: Cause-Effect Flowchart

  • Take a few minutes to teach each other the sections you just read.

  • Work together to combine your notes and create a cause and effect flowchart by choosing the 8 most important cause-effect events.

Weak Emperors need regents

Nobles paid in land

Nobles become powerful

Private armies paid in land (Samurai)

Emperor = no power (figurehead)

2 governments

Minamoto = Shogun

Gempei War


Flowchart rubric

Flowchart Rubric:


Home groups1

Home Groups:


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