Social 9. Introduction to the Middle Ages. Activity: Rome Fell, so What?. Directions: In pairs, you will be working through nine questions to try and figure out what life may have been like at the fall of the Roman empire in 476 AD.
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Introduction to the Middle Ages
In pairs, you will be working through nine questions to try and figure out what life may have been like at the fall of the Roman empire in 476 AD.
As the slides progress, answer the questions on each of the slides on a sheet of loose leaf.
Before Rome collapsed, what did it provide for the people living there?
-provide as many answers as possible
Question TWO: What are the most important needs do you need metnow that Rome cannot provide you with them?
Question THREE: Are one of these needs more important to the other to the people living there? (Think about the reasons Rome collapsed. Is there something people are scared of?)
Note: The Eastern
Roman Empire is
Still going strong
Question FIVE: What examples of worldview do you think would still have existed even with Rome’s collapse?
Questions EIGHT: How will you organize your civilization to make sure all your needs are met? (for example, what jobs are necessary to get stuff done?)
Feudalism: “loosely organized system of government in which local lords governed their own lands but owed military service and other support to a greater lord.”