Feudalism - Social Classes

4,730 views

Published on

Students watch and listen to the YouTube video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCPp7XWZfHo&feature=relmfu) and then answer the questions on the slideshow to check their listening comprehension. Each question slide is followed by an answer slide. Use the last slide to ask review questions about the structure and relationships between classes in feudal Europe.

Published in: Education
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

Feudalism - Social Classes

  1. 1. The MedievalFeudalism Way of Life
  2. 2. Fill in the blankThe Medieval Way of Life known as_________ was based on the ownership ofland, and feudal social classes reflectedhow much land people owned.
  3. 3. FEUDALISMThe Medieval Way of Life known asfeudalism was based on the ownership ofland, and feudal social classes reflectedhow much land people owned.
  4. 4. Order from highest class to lowest classSkilled craftsmenRoyalty, like Kings and QueensKnightsLowly serfs who worked the landNoble lords such as Dukes and Earls
  5. 5. THE SOCIAL CLASSESRoyalty, like Kings and QueensNoble lords such as Dukes and EarlsKnightsSkilled craftsmenLowly serfs who worked the land
  6. 6. Match Side A and Side B A BHow does a lord Gives a gift of of a great castle land, usually in serve his king? the form of a manorHow does a king Supplies knights reward the lord? and soldiers for war
  7. 7. THE FEUDAL-VASSAL RELATIONSHIP LORD KINGHow does a lord How does a king of a great castle reward the lord? serve his king? Gives a gift ofSupplies knights land, usually in and soldiers for the form of a war manor
  8. 8. FILL IN THE BLANKA _____ usually came complete with alarge house, several farms, and at leastone village along with all the serfs wholived in it.
  9. 9. The ManorA manor usually came complete with alarge house, several farms, and at leastone village along with all the serfs wholived in it.
  10. 10. Match Side A and Side B A BHow does a lord Provides reward his serfs? protection, aHow does a serf home, and crops serve a lord? Supplies labor
  11. 11. The relationship between lords and peasants SERF LORDHow does a serf How does a lord serve a lord? reward his serfs?Supplies labor Provides protection, a home, and crops
  12. 12. True or false?Serfs could get rich if they worked very hard.Serfs could own land.Serfs were slaves.Serfs had their own mills to make flour.Serfs were the largest class of people.Serfs received a good education.
  13. 13. SerfsSerfs could not get rich even if they worked very hard.Serfs could not own land.Serfs were not slaves.Serfs did not have their own mills to make flour.Serfs were the largest class of people.Serfs did not receive a good education.
  14. 14. Fill in the blank_______ were professional warriors whousually fought on horseback. They werevery different from ordinary soldiers of thattime because they came from wealthyfamilies, and they were much bettertrained.
  15. 15. KnightsKnights were professional warriors whousually fought on horseback. They werevery different from ordinary soldiers of thattime because they came from wealthyfamilies, and they were much bettertrained.
  16. 16. Fill in the blankSpecial contests called ___________ wereoften held so that knights and thoselearning to be knights could practice theskills they needed for combat.
  17. 17. Fill in the blankSpecial contests called tournaments wereoften held so that knights and thoselearning to be knights could practice theskills they needed for combat.
  18. 18. Match Side A and Side B A BHow does a lord Offers combat reward a knight? skills for war andHow does a tourneys knight serve a Gives a gift of a lord? manor, land, and income
  19. 19. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN KNIGHTS AND LORDS KNIGHT LORDHow does a How does a lord knight serve a reward a knight? lord? Gives a gift of aOffers combat manor, land, and skills for war and income tourneys
  20. 20. THE SOCIAL CLASSES: REVIEWRoyalty, like Kings and QueensNoble lords such as Dukes and EarlsKnightsSkilled craftsmenLowly serfs who worked the land

×