SOCIAL STUDIES 7H/CP CHAPTER 6 FEUDAL EUROPE Terms

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SOCIAL STUDIES 7H/CP

FEUDAL EUROPE

significant meaning to the following terms and people.

CHAPTER 6

Terms, People

DIRECTIONS: You will be responsible for reading the assigned pages and for defining or giving the

SECTION I. CONTENT VOCABULARY. Pages: 324-331. Europe After the Fall of Rome.

Clovis

Holy Roman Empire

Charles Martel

Scandinavia

Charlemagne

Franks

Academic Vocabulary: significant, enable, exclude

Aachen

Biography: Read biography on Charlemagne on page 329.

Questions for Discussion:

1. What important changes took place in Europe after the fall of Rome?

2. What conditions after the fall of Rome led to the rise of Feudalism?

3. Which Germanic tribes settled in the areas that became France and Germany?

4. How did Charlemagne improve learning and the quality of the church in medieval Europe?

5. Describe the condition of Europe after Charlemagne’s death.

SECTION 2. CONENT VOCABULARY Pages: 335-343. Development of Feudalism. feudalism knight guilds

Venice vassal serf apprentice

Academic Vocabulary: shift, process fief three field system journeyman

Reading Check: Answer question on page 343.

Questions for Discussion:

1. How did the feudal system affect the everyday lives of people in Europe?

2. Why was loyalty important in the feudal system?

3. Why was it such a long and rigorous process to become a knight?

4. How did each class help to keep a feudal manor running?

5. Describe the social order that evolved in medieval towns.

6. Explain how the guild system worked.

7. How did the Magna Carta pave the way for a new social system in England?

Read on page 342: Linking Past and Present

YOU DECIDE: Feudalism: Good or Bad? Read this piece on pages 344-345. manor code of chivalry

Flanders

SECTION 3. CONTENT VOCABULARY. Pages: 346-354.

Domesday Book

Grand Jury

Edward I

Habeas Corpus

William the Conqueror

Trial Jury parliament due process

Henry II

John I

Crusades Pope Urban II Saladin

Academic Vocabulary: guarantee, nonetheless, document

Common Law

Magna Carta

House of Lords House of Commons

Philip IV Estates General (France)

Richard the Lion-Hearted

Questions for Discussion:

1. How did the Magna Carta pave the way for a new social order in England?

2. What motivated the Europeans to go on crusade? What did they hope to gain?

3. What was the general outcome of the crusader movement? Were the successful? How was Europe

affected? the Middle East?

4. Why did cities such as Venice flourish as a result of the crusades?

SECTION 1/4. Pages 331-333 and 355-363. The Power of the Church.

CONTENT VOCABULARY: Section 1. Pages 331-333.

concordat missionary excommunicated

Henry IV

CONTENT VOCABULARY: Section 4. Pages 355-363.

The Cistercian Order

Bernard of Clairvaux

Hildegard of Bingen scholasticism convents heresy

Francis of Assisi friars

Inquisition vernacular

Academic Vocabulary: demonstrate, obtain

Gregory VII mass anti-Semitism theology

Biography: Read the biography on Thomas Aquinas on page 362.

Reading Check: Answer the questions on pages 359 and 363.

SECTION 5. CONTENT VOCABULARY. Pages 364-369.

plague

Ferdinand of Aragon

Reconquista

Isabella of Castile

Joan of Arc

The Hundred Years’ War

Academic Vocabulary: approximate, abandon

Biography: Read biography on Joan of Arc on page 368.

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