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Knights and Castles, a Walk Through the Middle Ages Part 1
This one time course will discuss the feudal system during the Middle Ages. The students will start at the top with the king granting his land to a noble for soldiers all the way down to a peasant getting land to grow crops.
Students will take a trip into the Middle Ages to see who had power, where and how people lived. Students will learn about the Feudal System and the different jobs people had to make the society work. Students will fill out a KWL (Know-Want-Learned) chart to see what the students know about the topic. The teacher hopes to create an active learning style where both the teacher and the student are engaged in the learning process which helps the student gain knowledge and information. There...
After instruction, students will be able to *Ask and answer questions about feudalism. *Summarize the feudal system. *Recognize the roles each of the levels in the hierarchy plays in the community.
As I was growing up, I realized I had the same last name as a long passed English monarch. This sparked my interest in ancestry and English history. The Middle Ages and the Renaissance have always been my favorite. Maybe it was the clothing or the amazing architecture, but what ever it was I spent many years obsessed until I was old enough to travel to the British Isles to visit all the amazing castles, cathedrals and historical sites. When I taught in a brick and mortar school, I was very luck to spend 13 summers teaching about Middle Ages and Renaissance to elementary ages students during summer school. Additionally, I have taught classes on the Middle Ages and Renaissance to homeschool students in a local co op.
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Meet the teacher
Greetings and salutations! My name is Jody and I currently live in the great state of Kentucky. I have done on-line schooling for three plus years and love to meet new students. I have a bachelor's in Elementary Education and a Master's in...
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Completed by 15 learners
Live video meetings
3-8 learners per class