Title: Feudalism Continued Grade and Subject: 10th Ancient World History Time Allotted: 55 mins SOL #: 9.b NCSS Theme: III What is the guiding question for this lesson? How did the medieval manor system function Must be presented in the as a social and economic system? lesson to students How will student Completion of notes; completion of feudal understanding be assessed? system chart; completion of manor questions -include assessments. Key Concepts (no definition necessary): Feudalism; Manorialism; Serfs; Peasants; Knights SWBAT (as many as required by lesson): #1: Students will be able to explain the structure of feudal society and its economic, political, and political effects #2: Students will be able to explain manorialism and its workers, including the lords, peasants, serfs, and knights Materials (List and attach primary sources and additional materials-ppt and question frames /concept maps/ Frames etc.): PowerPoint; Note Packet; Feudal System chart; Manor questions Just Do It (hook): Students will watch a clip from the movie A Knight’s Tale. Students will be asked if anyone knows what a knight’s responsibilities were during the Middle Ages. (5 minutes) Obj # Check for Evidence of Understanding 1 Students will be able to explain the Completion of the note structure of feudal society and its packet (10 minutes) economic, political, and political Completion of feudal chart effects (13 minutes) Transition: Feudalism created large estates called manors. Manors involved several different classes, including the lord, peasants, serfs, and knights 2 Students will be able to explain Completion of note packet manorialism and its workers, (10 minutes) including the lords, peasants, serfs, Completion of manor and knights questions (12 minutes) Transition: 3 Description of Lesson Procedure Closure (How does this come back to the guiding question): Students will be asked to list all of the classes that were involved in the manor system, i.e. peasants, lords, serfs, etc. (5 minutes) Modifications/Differentiation: Accommodations and modifications will be made according to individual student’s IEP and 504 plans.