1. Feudalism developed as a political system based on small local units controlled by lords bound by an oath of loyalty to a monarch.
2. Feudalism was the system by which medieval Europeans organized their power and governments. Vassals received land and protection from a lord when they worked and fought for him. It might be understood as a pyramid with the monarch presiding over a hierarchy of less important vassals
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2. Computer-side Chat Questions
5. Feudal System or Feudalism
6. Manor System
7. 1/10 Rule
9. William the Conqueror.
10. Oath Fealty
Flash cards may have more terms.
4. Quest Questions
1. Explain how Feudalism functions?
Great video explaining Feudalism: click here
Or Mr. Corwin
2. What is your role in the feudal hierarchy? What do you have to do for the other groups? What do they have to do for you?
3. What role does religion play in feudalism?
4. Explain, by reading the 1/10 rule, what the 1/10 rule is? How does it impact society? Who is getting the richest in society?
5. 6. What were some of the various laws that people lived by? List at least five (must include Hunting, Convoy, Spurs, and right of Jurisdiction) rights/laws and explain what they mean? READ this LINK click here
6. How did the court system work? Who was required to PROVE what happened? What happened if you accused someone of something and they proved you lied?
7. NAME three ordeals and explained what happened? WHO Protected you?
Check out this link https://diigo.com/07bl6z
You can also see the Edpuzzle below "Ordeal (Trial by Ordeal)"
8. Why do you agree to live in the feudal system? What do you like and dislike?
9. Who is William the Conquer? Where is he from? What is the Norman Conquest? Explain how William the Conquer spread Feudalism to England.
10. What is the Bayeux Tapestry? What story does it tell? What happened in 2018 for the first time every?
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1. How do you help other social classes?
2. How do other social classes help you?
3. Who is in charge of your manor?
-Live with a knight or noble?
-Local clergy on your manor?
4. What type of relationship do you have with the other social classes.
...be as detailed as possible and really think about what life would be like in a society where people where so distinctly split into social/economic classes.
5. What about the laws and rights? How do you feel about them?
See Plan sheet for more ideas and structure.