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  1. Welcome back, future leaders! • For today’s warm-up please do the following: • Grab your student log and notebook from the crates. • Write in today’s date and objective on your student log. • Take out your homework – (yesterday’s journal entry) • Open your notebook and respond to the following prompts: Feudalism in Europe: Last week we spent some time talking about feudalismin Europe and how it was structured. For today’s warm-up, create the diagram on the right in your notebook and fill it in with the proper titles in the proper places. Try it without your notes first!

  2. World History with Mr. Golden __________________________________________________________ The Far East – Feudal Japan

  3. Objective: ________________________________________________________ FLWBATdescribe the class structure of feudalism in Japan during the Middle Ages

  4. Agenda: ________________________________________________________ • Review • Feudal Japan notes • Guided reading • RAFT/postcard • Closing • We’re done!

  5. European Feudalism: ________________________________________________________ King Lords / Vassals Knights Peasants

  6. European Feudalism: ________________________________________________________ King Lords / Vassals Knights Peasants

  7. European Feudalism: ________________________________________________________ King Lords / Vassals Knights Peasants

  8. European Feudalism: ________________________________________________________ King Lords / Vassals Knights Peasants

  9. European Feudalism: ________________________________________________________ King Lords / Vassals Knights Peasants

  10. Feudal Japan: ________________________________________________________ Good news, everyone! You now get to draw the SAME pyramid structure again! (Title this one Feudalism in Japan and try to put it near the first one you drew.) Feudalism in Japan: Just like this one, please!

  11. Feudal Japan: ________________________________________________________ Emperor / Shogun Daimyo Samurai Peasants

  12. Feudal Japan: ________________________________________________________ Emperor / Shogun Daimyo Samurai Peasants

  13. Feudal Japan: ________________________________________________________ Emperor / Shogun Daimyo Samurai Peasants

  14. Feudal Japan: ________________________________________________________ Emperor / Shogun Daimyo Samurai Peasants

  15. Feudal Japan: ________________________________________________________ Emperor / Shogun Daimyo Samurai Peasants

  16. Feudal Japan: ________________________________________________________ Break it down! Emperor / Shogun 12% Daimyo Samurai Peasants

  17. Feudal Japan: ________________________________________________________ Break it down! Emperor / Shogun Daimyo Samurai 88% Peasants

  18. Cornell Notes: ________________________________________________________ Notes/definitions go on the right side Keywords go on the left side

  19. Feudal Japan: ________________________________________________________ Emperor and Shogun: • Highest positions in Japanese feudalism • Emperor was largely a ceremonial/spiritual leader – (had little power) • Shogun was the political/military ruler of Japan Flag of the Emperor Seal of the Shogun

  20. Feudal Japan: ________________________________________________________ Daimyo: • Powerful, landowning warlords who ruled under the Shogun • Hadarmies to protect their land and the workers on it • Had complete military and economic power over their land The most powerful daimyo sometimes achieved the status of Shogun!

  21. Feudal Japan: ________________________________________________________ Samurai: I’m sorry, I’m having a hard time hearing you over the sound of how awesome I am. • Daimyo armies were made up of Samurai • Lived by a strict code of honor called bushido – (“way of the warrior”) • Women were allowed to serve as Samurai, but always under a male leader

  22. Feudal Japan: ________________________________________________________ Samurai:

  23. Feudal Japan: ________________________________________________________ Knights vs. Samurai! • Europeans designed their armor to defeat swords; the Japanese designed their swords to defeat armor I’m fast and lightweight, but that’s because my armor is mostly for show. I’m the tank of the Middle Ages – slow and clunky, but tough to bring down!

  24. Feudal Japan: ________________________________________________________ Prepare to have your mind blown: Take a samurai helmet… Smooth it out a little bit… Anybody see where this is going?

  25. Feudal Japan: ________________________________________________________ Prepare to have your mind blown: HOLYCRAPDARTHVADERISASAMURAI!

  26. Feudal Japan: ________________________________________________________ Peasants: • Divided into several further classes: • Farmers – most important because they provided food • Craftsmen – second because they at least made something • Merchants – lowest because they profited from the work of others Don’t hate the player…

  27. Feudal Japan: ________________________________________________________ The Failed Mongol Invasion: Use the reading titled Mongol Invaders and Divine Winds – The “Kamikaze” to answer the questions on your handout. Take your time and raise your hand if you have any questions! This is part of your classwork, and classwork earns PRIDE cards, soooo… USE YOUR TIME WISELY!

  28. Feudal Japan: ________________________________________________________ The Failed Mongol invasion:

  29. Feudal Japan: ________________________________________________________ So, what’s this all about?

  30. RAFT: ________________________________________________________ Time to show me what you’ve learned! PICK ONE! PICK ONE! PICK ONE! Make sure you’re using specificexamples from class and look to the rubric if you’re not sure of exactly what you need to do! USE YOUR TIME WISELY!

  31. We’re done! ________________________________________________________ Make sure to put your notebooks in the crate and your folders in folders, please! Thank you for all your hard work today!