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Please enter the room quietly and make note of the daily objective, class work and homework in your agendas. Will the person responsible for retrieving the journals for your table please do so. . Vocab Word Search (pages 389 - 403) . fief -. serf - . chivalry - . manor -.

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Please enter the room quietly and make note of the daily objective, class work and homework in your agendas.

Will the person responsible for retrieving the journals for your table please do so.

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Vocab Word Search (pages 389 - 403)

fief -

serf -

chivalry -

manor -

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Vocab Word Search (pages 389 - 403)

fief -

A grant of land.

serf -

chivalry -

manor -

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Vocab Word Search (pages 389 - 403)

fief -

A grant of land.

peasants who were legally "tied" to the lord's land and could not leave it.

serf -

chivalry -

manor -

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Vocab Word Search (pages 389 - 403)

fief -

A grant of land.

peasants who were legally "tied" to the lord's land and could not leave it.

serf -

chivalry -

Christian warrior's code of behavior.

manor -

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Vocab Word Search (pages 389 - 403)

fief -

A grant of land.

peasants who were legally "tied" to the lord's land and could not leave it.

serf -

chivalry -

Christian warrior's code of behavior.

manor -

The self-sufficient estate of a medieval lord.

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The Development of European Feudalism

What was the social structure during Medieval Europe?

What does this picture remind you of?

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Read the sections Feudal Society & Lords and Vassals on page 399 - 400 and answer these questions:

1) What group took over Charlemagne’s kingdom after his death and what was their social system like?

2) Who was the person that received the fife, who did they owe their loyalty and what did they supply?

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Read the sections Feudal Society & Lords and Vassals on page 399 - 400 and answer these questions:

1) What group took over Charlemagne’s kingdom after his death and what was their social system like? The nobles took over and the set up a feudal social system much like that in Japan.

2) Who was the person that received the fife, who did they owe their loyalty and what did they supply?

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Read the sections Feudal Society & Lords and Vassals on page 399 - 400 and answer these questions:

1) What group took over Charlemagne’s kingdom after his death and what was their social system like? The nobles took over and the set up a feudal social system much like that in Japan.

2) Who was the person that received the fife, who did they owe their loyalty and what did they supply? A vassal was the person that received the fife, they owed their loyalty to the lord and they agreed to supply Knights, or mounted warriors, to the lord in times of trouble.

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Read the sections Feudal Society & Lords and Vassals on page 399 - 400 and answer these questions:

3) Who were Europeans lords similar too?

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Read the sections Feudal Society & Lords and Vassals on page 399 - 400 and answer these questions:

3) Who were Europeans lords similar too? European lords were similar to the daimyo of Japan.

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Feudal Systems

Japanese Feudal System

What was similar and what was different?

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Read the section The Feudal Social Structure on page 400 and answer these questions:

1) What was the hierarchy in Medieval Europe (who was on the top and who was on the bottom)?

2) What could a serf do if they earned enough money and what could they own?

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Read the section The Feudal Social Structure on page 400 and answer these questions:

1) What was the hierarchy in Medieval Europe (who was on the top and who was on the bottom)? The king was at the top followed by powerful nobles and churchmen. Then after them came the Knights and at the bottom were the peasant farmers.

2) What could a serf do if they earned enough money and what could they own?

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Read the section The Feudal Social Structure on page 400 and answer these questions:

1) What was the hierarchy in Medieval Europe (who was on the top and who was on the bottom)? The king was at the top followed by powerful nobles and churchmen. Then after them came the Knights and at the bottom were the peasant farmers.

2) What could a serf do if they earned enough money and what could they own? They could buy their freedom and could then own a piece of "freehold" land.

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Read the section Medieval Knights on page 400 and answer these questions:

1) What social class were knights usually from?

2) What was the name for a noble boy who started his training as a knight and what did he learn?

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Read the section Medieval Knights on page 400 and answer these questions:

1) What social class were knights usually from? The noble class.

2) What was the name for a noble boy who started his training as a knight and what did he learn?

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Read the section Medieval Knights on page 400 and answer these questions:

1) What social class were knights usually from? The noble class.

2) What was the name for a noble boy who started his training as a knight and what did he learn? He was called a page, he learned to use a sword, ride a horse, and behave like a gentleman.

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Read the section Medieval Knights on page 400 and answer these questions:

3) At the age 14 or 15 what did a boy training to be a knight become and does that name mean?

4) What were knights supposed to be and what kind of man was he supposed to be?

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Read the section Medieval Knights on page 400 and answer these questions:

3) At the age 14 or 15 what did a boy training to be a knight become and does that name mean? He became a squire, an assistant to the knight.

4) What were knights supposed to be and what kind of man was he supposed to be?

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Read the section Medieval Knights on page 400 and answer these questions:

3) At the age 14 or 15 what did a boy training to be a knight become and does that name mean? He became a squire, an assistant to the knight.

4) What were knights supposed to be and what kind of man was he supposed to be? He was supposed to be brave in battle, generous to his comrades and loyal to his lord. He was a man of honor who used his strength to protect women and the weak.

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Read the section Medieval Knights on page 400 and answer these questions:

5) What religious faith was a knight and what did he defend?

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Read the section Medieval Knights on page 400 and answer these questions:

5) What religious faith was a knight and what did he defend? He was a Christian who was a defender of the Church.

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Stages to become a Knight

This info is an IMPORTANT THING YOU NEED TO REMEMBER!!!

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European and Japanese Feudalism

Japanese Samurai

European Knight

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Read the section European and Japanese Feudalism on pages 400 - 401 and answer these questions:

1) How were European knights similar to Japanese Samurai?

2) What was the difference between European and Japanese feudalism?

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Read the section European and Japanese Feudalism on pages 400 - 401 and answer these questions:

1) How were European knights similar to Japanese Samurai? They were both expected to follow codes and ideals.

2) What was the difference between European and Japanese feudalism?

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Read the section European and Japanese Feudalism on pages 400 - 401 and answer these questions:

1) How were European knights similar to Japanese Samurai? They were both expected to follow codes and ideals.

2) What was the difference between European and Japanese feudalism? European feudalism was supported by Roman law. Ties between lords and vassals were based on law. Japanese feudalism rested on Confucian family relationships.

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Read the section European and Japanese Feudalism on pages 400 - 401 and answer these questions:

3) What was the aspect of European chivalry that would have “puzzled” medieval Japan?

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Read the section European and Japanese Feudalism on pages 400 - 401 and answer these questions:

3) What was the aspect of European chivalry that would have “puzzled” medieval Japan? The romantic idea that knights should be inspired to great deeds by the love for a noble woman.

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Read the sections The Medieval Manor & Managing the Manor on pages 402 - 403 and answer these questions:

1) What does the term manorialism mean (see definition of manor)?

2) What was at the center of the manor and what surrounded it?

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Read the sections The Medieval Manor & Managing the Manor on pages 402 - 403 and answer these questions:

1) What does the term manorialism mean (see definition of manor)? The self-sufficient estate of a medieval lord.

2) What was at the center of the manor and what surrounded it?

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Read the sections The Medieval Manor & Managing the Manor on pages 402 - 403 and answer these questions:

1) What does the term manorialism mean (see definition of manor)? The self-sufficient estate of a medieval lord.

2) What was at the center of the manor and what surrounded it? At the center was the lord's stone house or castle and around it were clustered a village, a church, and the surrounding fields and forests.

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Read the sections The Medieval Manor & Managing the Manor on pages 402 - 403 and answer these questions:

3) What did peasants on the manor work?

4) What was the role of the lady of the manor?

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Read the sections The Medieval Manor & Managing the Manor on pages 402 - 403 and answer these questions:

3) What did peasants on the manor work? They worked together to plan and tend the lord's land and to harvest crops.

4) What was the role of the lady of the manor?

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Read the sections The Medieval Manor & Managing the Manor on pages 402 - 403 and answer these questions:

3) What did peasants on the manor work? They worked together to plan and tend the lord's land and to harvest crops.

4) What was the role of the lady of the manor? Run the castle and its household.

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Read the sections The Medieval Manor & Managing the Manor on pages 402 - 403 and answer these questions:

5) What was the lord of the manors main job?

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Read the sections The Medieval Manor & Managing the Manor on pages 402 - 403 and answer these questions:

5) What was the lord of the manors main job? He judged minor crimes and settled arguments among people on his manor.

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Using what you know, the notes from your journal and your textbook create a sequence map.

What were steps to becoming a medieval knight and what duties did each level have to perform?

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Homework

European Feudalism

Draw a picture:

Name of Role in Society:

Description of Role in Society:

Description of Duties:

Use the information from pages 398 - 403 to complete this form.

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Homework

European Feudalism

Draw a picture:

Name of Role in Society:

Lady of the Manor

Description of Role in Society:

The lady of the manor and the castle

and its household.

Description of Duties:

She made sure that the castle had

enough food, candles and linens.

Use the information from pages 398 - 403 to complete this form.