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  1. Agenda • Warm-up • Notes • Map Review • Work on: • Fief Flag • Coat of Arms • Worksheets • All worksheets, coat of arms, and fief flag due at the beginning of class Friday.

  2. Objectives • Prepare for quiz next Friday. • Prepare for Map quiz this Friday • Learn about Medieval England and compare it to the modern day America.

  3. I. England in the Middle Ages Section 6.3

  4. Bonus Serfs Quiz Answer the following questions in your groups. Each question is worth half a serf. If you get all eight correct, you will gain a total of four serfs.

  5. Bonus Serfs Quiz • Lords you are in charge of keeping your group on task • Sheriffs you are in charge of writing the quiz. If the sheriff is absent, the Scribe should write. • Bishops and Deputies you are in charge of looking through your notes to find the answer. • Treasurers and Scribes you are in charge of looking through the book to find the answer

  6. Review • What type of a rule was the code of chivalry? Why was chivalry important during the middle ages?

  7. Review • In the model below, name one person who was a vassal and one person who was a Lord? Name one person who is both a vassal and a Lord.

  8. Review 3. Sir John is traveling as a blacksmith doing work in different towns. John is probably a ___________.

  9. Review 4. The rise of towns and guilds created a new ______ class.

  10. Review 5. This diagram below models what technological development during the middle ages?

  11. I. England in the Middle Ages • Alfred the great • United Angles and Saxons (Anglo-Saxons) • Drove out Vikings • Created Angleland = England

  12. I. England in the Middle Ages • Alfred the great • United Angles and Saxons (Anglo-Saxons) • Drove out Vikings • Created Angleland = England • Normandy

  13. I. England in the Middle Ages • Alfred the great • United Angles and Saxons (Anglo-Saxons) • Drove out Vikings • Created Angleland = England • Normandy • Western France

  14. I. England in the Middle Ages • Alfred the great • United Angles and Saxons (Anglo-Saxons) • Drove out Vikings • Created Angleland = England • Normandy • Western France • Ruled by William the Conquerer

  15. I. England in the Middle Ages • Alfred the great • United Angles and Saxons (Anglo-Saxons) • Drove out Vikings • Created Angleland = England • Normandy • Western France • Ruled by William the Conqueror

  16. I. England in the Middle Ages • Alfred the great • United Angles and Saxons (Anglo-Saxons) • Drove out Vikings • Created Angleland = England • Normandy • Western France • Ruled by William the Conqueror • Invaded England after Edward Died

  17. I. England in the Middle Ages • Alfred the great • United Angles and Saxons (Anglo-Saxons) • Drove out Vikings • Created Angleland = England • Normandy • Western France • Ruled by William the Conqueror • Invaded England after Edward Died

  18. I. England in the Middle Ages Harold • William ordered a census (Domesday Book) Census 6. Discuss at your Table Why do you think a king would take a census of his people? Census Makes “sense” of “us” because it tells us how many people there are in a certain place and about those people. Battle of Hastings William

  19. I. England in the Middle Ages Harold • William ordered a census (Domesday Book) 1066 William

  20. I. England in the Middle Ages • William ordered a census (Domesday Book) 7. Discuss at your Table What are some ways a census might be used in modern day America?

  21. I. England in the Middle Ages • William ordered a census (Domesday Book) • Normans brought French customs to England

  22. I. England in the Middle Ages • William ordered a census (Domesday Book) • Normans brought French customs to England • Henry II: Powerful King of England • Created Common Law Common Law Or laws that are common throughout the kingdom.

  23. 8. Discuss at your Table In a system like feudalism, who holds the power? Is this system centralized or decentralized? Centered Power Centralized Power

  24. I. What is Feudalism? Charlemagne

  25. Henry II

  26. Henry II Central Court

  27. I. England in the Middle Ages • Henry II: Powerful King of England • Created Common Law • Grand Jury: Decide whether people should be accused of a crime

  28. I. England in the Middle Ages • Henry II: Powerful King of England • Created Common Law • Grand Jury: Decide whether people should be accused of a crime

  29. I. England in the Middle Ages • Henry II: Powerful King of England • Created Common Law • Grand Jury: Decide whether people should be accused of a crime • Trial Jury: Decide guilt or innocence.

  30. I. England in the Middle Ages • Henry II: Powerful King of England • Created Common Law • Grand Jury: Decide whether people should be accused of a crime • Trial Jury: Decide guilt or innocence.

  31. I. England in the Middle Ages • King John • Angered Nobles • High Taxes

  32. I. England in the Middle Ages • King John • Angered Nobles • High Taxes • Punishment without trial

  33. I. England in the Middle Ages • King John • Angered Nobles • High Taxes • Punishment without trial • Magna Carta • Took away some of the king’s rights • Gave the people some rights • Limited Government

  34. I. England in the Middle Ages • King John • Angered Nobles • High Taxes • Punishment without trial • Magna Carta • Took some of the king’s rights • Gave the people rights • Limited Government • Habeas Corpus: Cannot be held without trial

  35. I. England in the Middle Ages • King Edward I • Gathered Representatives from England • Advisors • Known as parliament • House of Lords • House of Commons

  36. I. England in the Middle Ages • King Edward I • Gathered Representatives from England • Advisors • Known as parliament • House of Lords • House of Commons

  37. 1. Iceland ice land

  38. 2. Ireland ire land

  39. 3. United Kingdom United Kingdom

  40. 4. Portugal Port u gal

  41. 5. Spain S pain