Bell Ringer: What was the name of the church in the Western Roman Empire? Who was the leader of that church?<br />Clear of...
Fluency Feudal Europe Chapter 9 <br />Charlemagne- (Char-luh-main)<br />feudalism- (few-duh-lism)<br />chivalry- (shiv-ul-...
1,000 year period  in between known as the Middle Ages. <br />The Renaissance <br />The Fall of Rome<br />
The Geography of Europe<br />Key features: <br />1. Europe borders Atlantic Ocean on the west and Arctic Ocean in the <br ...
Cultural Changes <br />-no longer ruled by a single emperor <br />-little kingdoms existed <br />-no large government syst...
Admit Slip: What was a serf considered in Medieval Europe?<br />
Feudalism<br />-a political and social system that emerged largely as a way for kings and nobles to hold onto their land a...
The Manor System<br />-main part of the manor<br />-center was the house <br />-surrounding the manor was<br /> the lord's...
Knights <br />-also known as vassals, or lesser nobles <br />-fought on behalf of their lord<br />-skilled horse riders an...
Guilds<br />-in towns, people with the same occupation formed groups called guilds<br />-Guilds made rules that controlled...
Task:<br />Finish Lesson 1 & Terms<br />Complete Lesson 2 and Terms on back! <br />
Quiz<br />1. Name one geographic feature of Europe<br />2. What was the order of the Frankish kings?<br />3. What is feuda...
Bell Ringer: How was society structured in Europe? Draw the hierarchy. <br />Clear off desk completely... <br />
Tasks:<br />1. Complete L1 and L2 Re-teaching Activity<br />2. Create a personal coat of arms <br />*Turn into Tray! <br />
Admit Slip: How was feudal society organized in Medieval Europe?<br />Wednesday: Chapter 10: Lesson 3<br />Thursday: Chapt...
How did you spend your election day?<br />What do you plan to do this summer?<br />What does it mean to be a "citizen" to ...
Turn to page 320-321<br />Why was there conflict between the papacy and the monarch?<br />What is a religious order? <br /...
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Chapter 9 feudal europe

  1. 1. Bell Ringer: What was the name of the church in the Western Roman Empire? Who was the leader of that church?<br />Clear off desk except for a sheet of paper! :)<br />
  2. 2. Fluency Feudal Europe Chapter 9 <br />Charlemagne- (Char-luh-main)<br />feudalism- (few-duh-lism)<br />chivalry- (shiv-ul-ree)<br />
  3. 3. 1,000 year period in between known as the Middle Ages. <br />The Renaissance <br />The Fall of Rome<br />
  4. 4. The Geography of Europe<br />Key features: <br />1. Europe borders Atlantic Ocean on the west and Arctic Ocean in the <br />north.<br />2. Mediterranean Sea serves as a southern border.<br />3. Europe is separated from Asia by the Ural Mountains. <br />4. 2 mountain ranges- Alps and Apennines<br />5. Plains and farmland<br />6. Longest river in Europe: Volga <br />The Climate<br />North: cold winters<br />South: mild winters/hot summers<br />Most of Europe has a lot of rainfall <br />
  5. 5. Cultural Changes <br />-no longer ruled by a single emperor <br />-little kingdoms existed <br />-no large government systems or trade systems <br />-little emphasis on learning<br />-the educated middle class disappeared <br />-schools did not exist<br />-the "Great Works" from the Ancient Greeks and Romans ceased to exist too. <br />Christianity! <br />-The only institution to survive the fall of Rome. <br />-Many Germanic people converted to Christianity <br />-In 486 Frankish leader Colvis I invaded Gaul (which was controlled by former Rome)<br />-He made his subjects convert to Christianity too. <br />
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  8. 8. Admit Slip: What was a serf considered in Medieval Europe?<br />
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  10. 10. Feudalism<br />-a political and social system that emerged largely as a way for kings and nobles to hold onto their land and power during a time of warfare. <br />*based on an agreement between 2 groups 1. nobles and 2. vassals <br />(powerful nobles/lesser nobles)<br />How it worked:<br />1. Lords gave vassals a fief (land)<br />2. In return for the land, the vassal (a knight) owed his lord service (Many vassals were warriors known as knights; they fought on behalf of their lord)<br />3. Vassals also paid taxes to their lord in return for their fief. <br />
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  12. 12. The Manor System<br />-main part of the manor<br />-center was the house <br />-surrounding the manor was<br /> the lord's estate<br />-consisted of farmland<br />-serfs worked the land<br />"bound to the soil"<br />-every aspect of life <br />occurred on the manor<br />Town Life<br />-towns returned in 1000 AD<br />-Why? B/C a # of lords became really powerful<br />-people felt safe and secure again<br />-most towns were dirty, cramped, and <br />busy places<br />-Streets were narrow, filthy, and usually not paved<br />-houses were made of wood and easily caught fire<br />-as a result, entire towns burned down<br />
  13. 13. Knights <br />-also known as vassals, or lesser nobles <br />-fought on behalf of their lord<br />-skilled horse riders and fighters<br />-lived by a code of honor called chivalry <br />-used battering rams and catapults <br />
  14. 14. Guilds<br />-in towns, people with the same occupation formed groups called guilds<br />-Guilds made rules that controlled the quality/quanity of production<br />
  15. 15. Task:<br />Finish Lesson 1 & Terms<br />Complete Lesson 2 and Terms on back! <br />
  16. 16. Quiz<br />1. Name one geographic feature of Europe<br />2. What was the order of the Frankish kings?<br />3. What is feudalism?<br />4. How was feudal society structured?<br />5. What are 2 facts about Manor life and 2 facts about Town life? <br />6.What was the purpose of knights?<br />7. What was the purpose of guilds? <br />
  17. 17. Bell Ringer: How was society structured in Europe? Draw the hierarchy. <br />Clear off desk completely... <br />
  18. 18. Tasks:<br />1. Complete L1 and L2 Re-teaching Activity<br />2. Create a personal coat of arms <br />*Turn into Tray! <br />
  19. 19. Admit Slip: How was feudal society organized in Medieval Europe?<br />Wednesday: Chapter 10: Lesson 3<br />Thursday: Chapter 10: Lesson 4<br />Friday- Field Trip<br />Monday: Re-cap Chapter 9 and 10<br />Tuesday: Review<br />Wednesday: Review<br />Thursday: LAST EXAM<br />Friday: Hands-on Activity <br />
  20. 20. How did you spend your election day?<br />What do you plan to do this summer?<br />What does it mean to be a "citizen" to you?<br />
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  22. 22. Turn to page 320-321<br />Why was there conflict between the papacy and the monarch?<br />What is a religious order? <br />Complete the hierarchy chart!<br />Draw an illustration of each<br />Complete terms and names for Chapter 10: lesson 1<br />(provide an illustration!)<br />

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