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Feudalism In Japan
Feudalism In Japan
Feudalism In Japan
Feudalism In Japan
Feudalism In Japan
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  • What are some negative things that could happen to the emperor because of this?If power is to shift into whose hands would it be?How would this stop
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    • 1. Feudalism, Samurai & Shoguns in Medieval Japan
      Objective: To describe development of Feudalism in Japan & Key Rulers.
      H.S.S 7.5.3,6
    • 2. 6 Questions
      How much of Japan is flat enough for farming?
      What do you think this will do for the value of the land that is available?
      What are some ways that the Japanese honored Nature?
      What is a clan?
      What problems might this cause for rulers of Japan?
      How might they work with it?
    • 3. Vocabulary
      Feudalism: A political & social system in which lords gave land to vassals in exchange for service and loyalty.
    • 4. Shogun & Daimyo
      (Lords)
      Emperor
      Samurai (Vassals)
    • 5. Emperor
      Shogun/Daimyo
      Samurai
      Peasants & Artisans
      Merchants
    • 6.
    • 7. Information ninjas
      In Japan the job of the ninja was basically a spy for the shogun. Their primary goals was to gain information on the numerous daimyo and samurai throughout the land, occasionally they would also be saboteurs, and assassins.
    • 8.
    • 9. Information ninjas
      You and your partner will be paired up with another group it is your job to move from posting to posting gathering information on the various rulers, and the samurai family. You will:
      Read the posting
      summarize it on your notes paper
      Send 1 person from the group to the center of the room. Roll the Die.
      Complete the task you were given.

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