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  • Student Page [Teacher Page] Robin Hood & Feudalism A WebQuest for 8th Grade World History Title Introduction Designed by Task Garrett Boyd Process PelicanG2@aol.com Evaluation Conclusion Credits Based on a template from The WebQuest Page Picture by Flickr: eishier
  • Student Page [Teacher Page] Introduction Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion You are a traveler from a far away land in 12th century England. While traveling through Sherwood Forest you fall in with Robin Hood and his Merry Men. You are interested in this man and decide to join him in his fight against the corruption of the Sheriff of Nottingham and Prince John. Who is this famous rouge and why is he so popular among the common folk? Picture by Flickr: purefinder Credits
  • Student Page [Teacher Page] The Task Title England and Europe in the Middle Ages were ruled through a Introduction system of Feudalism. This system had strict guidelines that had Task to be upheld by lords as well as peasants. In the legends, Prince Process John broke these guidelines in several ways which upset the Evaluation serfs, giving rise to heroic figures like Robin Hood. In a letter Conclusion to your homeland describe Robin Hood by first outlining the basics of the Feudal system, what were the roles of lords and serfs. Second, explain how John broke these “rules” and why Robin Hood is so popular with the common people. Picture by Flickr: Lincoln imp Credits
  • Student Page [Teacher Page] The Process Title Let’s start with some tales of Robin Hood. Who is he and why is he Introduction fighting? Task If it is history ye are interested in – read a little ‘bout the outlaw OR Process Read about one of his daring adventures Evaluation Continue Conclusion Picture by Flickr: Gail Johnson Credits
  • Student Page [Teacher Page] The Process (Cont.) Picture by Flikr: Stefan Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion In many of the legends Prince John is a corrupt lord. He taxes too much and takes land without good reason. Why is this wrong, can’t the lord take whatever he wants? NO! The Feudal system was based on strict hierarchy and social order. Everybody has a class and rules that they have to follow. If these rules are not followed the society cannot function like it should. Read about the structure of Feudalism Credits Continue
  • Student Page [Teacher Page] The Process (cont.) Title Corruption of tax officials was common in the Middle Ages. Read a Introduction little about the problem of the Sheriff. Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Primary sources are important for historians because they were written during the time period being studied. Read about Feudal obligations as described by Fulbert of Chartres & The Feudal Capitularies Picture by Flikr: -pea- Credits
  • Student Page Evaluation [Teacher Page] Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Picture by Flickr: dunechaser Credits
  • Student Page [Teacher Page] Conclusion Title Whether or not Introduction Robin Hood was a Task Process real person, his myth Evaluation gives us insight into Conclusion Feudal England near the end of the 12th century. In legend, Robin Hood was a bandit who stood up against royal corruption and was beloved by the common folk for it. Picture by Flickr: Gregory Williams Credits
  • Student Page [Teacher Page] Credits & References Title Medieval Sourcebook: Fulbert of Chartres: On Feudal Introduction Obligations, 1020 http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/source/fulbert1.html Task Process Medieval Sourcebook: Evaluation "Feudal" Capitularies - 9th Cent. http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/source/feud- Conclusion caps.html Feudalism site http://capweb.capital.k12.de.us/pub/dhs/dbeck/awebfeud al1.htm Robin Hood Website Http://www.boldoutlaw.com/realbob/realbob4.html#sheriff comic book http://www.boldoutlaw.com/rhbal/52poach.html The WebQuest Page and The WebQuest Slideshare Group  Credits
  • [Student Page] Robin Hood & FeudalismTeacher Page A WebQuest for 8th Grade World History Title Introduction Designed by Learners Garrett Boyd Standards PelicanG2@aol.com Process Resources EvaluationTeacher Script Conclusion Credits Based on a template from The WebQuest Page
  • [Student Page] IntroductionTeacher Page (Teacher) Title Introduction Learners This lesson is designed to teach students about the feudal system through an examination of the legend of Robin Hood. The Feudal system had guidelines that Standards both serfs and nobles had to follow in order for society to run smoothly. The legends of Robin Hood take place in a time where that structure has broken down; lords tax Process too much and abuse their power. Characters like Robin Hood became popular with the masses because they stood up to the corruption. By looking at the legends Resources students can learn about Feudalism by studying its breakdown. EvaluationTeacher Script Conclusion Credits
  • [Student Page]Teacher Page Learners (Teacher) This content of this lesson is designed for middle school students but the theme can Title be transferred to any grade level. Introduction Learners Standards Process Resources EvaluationTeacher Script Conclusion Credits
  • [Student Page] CurriculumTeacher Page Standards (Teacher) Title Introduction Social Studies Standards: Learners Standard Two: Standards Students understand how different economic systems impact decisions about the use of resources and the production* and distribution of goods* and services*. Process Standard Four (Geography): Resources Students understand how economic, political, cultural and social processes interact Evaluation to shape patterns of human populations, interdependence, cooperation, and conflict.Teacher Script Standard Four (History): Students understand how science, technology, and economic activity have Conclusion developed, changed, and affected societies throughout history. (Correlates with geography standard 4.1) Credits
  • [Student Page] The ProcessTeacher Page (Teacher) Title Introduction The Process should be the same as that given to students. Learners If available it is possible to substitute a Robin Hood film or text for the comic strip. This is recommended if the material can show a more distinctly how the lords Standards abused their power. Process Resources EvaluationTeacher Script Conclusion Credits
  • [Student Page] ResourcesTeacher Page (Teacher) Title Introduction If assigning the webquest as is, no other materials are needed. Learners It is recommended to assign the webquest in conjunction with other class materials including videos, texts, and class discussions. Standards Process Resources EvaluationTeacher Script Conclusion Credits
  • [Student Page] EvaluationTeacher Page (Teacher) Title Introduction Learners Standards Process Resources EvaluationTeacher Script Conclusion Credits
  • [Student Page] Teacher ScriptTeacher Page (Teacher) Title Introduction First, read the comic or watch the movie (whichever is available) Learners Next we must establish the norms of the Feudal System. Use the included web Standards links or teach from the book or other materials. Process Now have students think of ways in which the nobility broke the rules of the system. Resources Finally have the students write a letter including the standards of the system, the ways in which the nobility broke these rules, and how Robin Hood’s thievery was Evaluation legitimated by the nobility’s actions.Teacher Script This page is linked to the Process segment off of the Teacher Page Conclusion Credits
  • [Student Page] ConclusionTeacher Page (Teacher) Title Introduction This lesson is an excellent way to teach Feudalism through a story that nearly everyone is familiar with. It also provides a look at the system through the Learners perspective of serfs. It is a fun and engaging method of teaching the material. Standards Process Resources EvaluationTeacher Script Conclusion Credits
  • [Student Page] Credits & ReferencesTeacher Page (Teacher) Title Medieval Sourcebook: Fulbert of Chartres: On Feudal Introduction Obligations, 1020 http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/source/fulbert1.html Learners Standards Medieval Sourcebook: Process "Feudal" Capitularies - 9th Cent. http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/source/feud- Resources caps.html Evaluation Feudalism siteTeacher Script http://capweb.capital.k12.de.us/pub/dhs/dbeck/awebfeud Conclusion al1.htm Robin Hood Website Http://www.boldoutlaw.com/realbob/realbob4.html#sheriff comic book http://www.boldoutlaw.com/rhbal/52poach.html The WebQuest Page and The WebQuest Slideshare Group  Credits