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  1. European Feudalism Mr. Pentzak Level I Individuals & Societies Spring 2014

  2. Bell Ringer 5/20 & 5/21 • Please write your name, date, and block on the piece of paper I handed to you • Please fill out the reflection sheet completely (three things per column) • Make sure you give yourself a score out of 8, justify that score, and then tell me what you would do differently next time on an assignment like the Ottoman Empire Travel Brochure

  3. Presentations • You will be scored while you present your project • I will look over each project individually later to ensure accuracy • If you were not able to print, you must present electronically • You must make arrangements to print your project ON or BEFORE Friday 5/30

  4. Vocabulary List 5 • Hierarchy • Allegiance • Fealty • Manorialism • Feudalism (You had it before, but you need it again) • Secular • Ecclesiastical • Clergy • Serf • Vassal

  5. List Five Definitions • Hierarchy- a system or organization in which people or groups are ranked one above the other according to status or authority • Allegiance- loyalty or commitment of a subordinate to a superior or of an individual to a group or cause. • Fealty- the obligation or the engagement to be faithful to a lord, usually sworn to by a vassal. • Manorialism- in medieval times, the organization of rural economy and society in which the land holding nobles owned self-sufficient estates worked on by legally obligated peasants • Feudalism-A social system in which the ruler gives lands to nobles in exchange for loyalty and military service

  6. List Five Definitions • Secular- denoting attitudes, activities, or other things that have no religious or spiritual basis. • Ecclesiastical- of or relating to a church especially as an established institution • Clergy- the body of all people ordained for religious duties, especially in the Christian Church. • Serf-an agricultural laborer bound under the feudal system to work on his lord's estate. • Vassal-a person or country in a subordinate position to another.

  7. Medieval/Middle Ages • Terms are often interchangeable • Refers to the period of time from the collapse of the Western Roman Empire in the 5th century CE until the collapse of the Eastern Roman Empire in 1453 CE • Without a strong central government, what do you think life in Europe was like back then? (Think back to when we talked about the Dark Age of Greece)

  8. What do they do? • Kings- • Nobles- • Knights- • Priests- • Skilled Laborer- • Peasants-

  9. Daily Life • Go to this website: • http://www.imaginon.org/fun/whippingboy/medmod.asp?themeid=2&activityid=11 • Pick five things and make a table that compares/contrasts Medieval to Modern life. • BBC Interactive: • http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks3/history/middle_ages/everyday_life_middle_ages/activity/

  10. Feudal System • King owns everything gives lands to nobles (lords/barons) build manors (mansions) with everything they need vassals swear allegiance to the lord serfs work the fields

  11. Medieval Hierarchy

  12. Bell Ringer (Homework Quiz) • Take out a BLANK sheet of paper • Write your NAME, DATE, & BLOCK in the upper right hand corner • Title it “Homework Quiz” • Number it 1-4 • Write the letter of the correct response • Don’t worry, it is a tier one! • But… don’t get any wrong (each one is worth 25%!) 

  13. 1st Block 1. When did peasants get time off work? • Bank holidays • Summer holidays • Holy days 2. What did craftsmen become members of? • Trade unions • Political parties • Guilds 3. How did medieval writers divide society? • Upper, middle and working class. • Interests such as trade and land. • Fighters, workers and prayers. 4. What was the curfew? • A form of punishment. • A bell to announce the start of the day. • An order to stay indoors.

  14. 2nd Block 1. What did peasants drink? • Tea • Water • Beer 2. How did medieval writers divide society? • Upper, middle and working class. • Interests such as trade and land. • Fighters, workers and prayers. 3. When did peasants get time off work? • Bank holidays • Summer holidays • Holy days 4. Which room was the center of a castle? • Solar • Minstrel gallery • Great Hall

  15. 3rd Block 1. What did peasants drink? • Tea • Beer • Water 2. How did medieval writers divide society? • Upper, middle and working class. • Fighters, workers and prayers. • Interests such as trade and land. 3. What did craftsmen become members of? • Trade unions • Guilds • Political parties 4. When did peasants get time off work? • Bank holidays • Holy days • Summer holidays

  16. Magna Carta Comic Strip • You will research the history and significance of the Magna Carta • This information will be used to create a comic strip that does the following:

  17. Bell Ringer • What was the most memorable lesson in this class this year? • What was the most challenging lesson/content from my class this year?

  18. Bell Ringer • What does a civilization need?(Resources, social structures, infrastructure etc.) • WHY? • If you were making your own civilization, what would it be like?

  19. Create your own civilization! • Must include: • Natural boundaries? • Water source? • Fertile land? • Crops grown? • Type of government? • Matriarchal/Patriarchal? • Mono/Polytheism? • Social hierarchy? • Natural resources? • Map?