Travel Back in Time
Have you ever wanted to travel back in time? This introductory lesson for the unit In Days of Old, Before Columbus, emphasizes use of a timeline with students developing their own timelines. Students view a Student Web Lesson, Travel to Days of Old, which gives an overview of the Middle Ages. Kings, Knights, and Countrymen
Have you ever wanted to travel back to the time of kings and knights? This lesson plan provides students with a look back in time into the feudal form of government. Aspects of family life from the different classes are presented. Life styles of nobles and commoners are compared and contrasted. Passages of Man and Word
This lesson uses timelines and a variety of sources to provide understanding of selected developments in transportation and written communication prior to the Renaissance and how these changes affected the lives of people.Times Are Changing
Times Are Changing is the final lesson plan in the unit, In Days of Old, Before Columbus. Students explore the need for trade, cultural and intellectual achievements, and scientific and technological advancements emphasizing how these achievements affect modern day.
Students are introduced to the Middle Ages as they follow a troubadour's story.Travel to Days of Old
The student understands the history of written communication from pictographs to alphabets.
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Students understand the reason for the feudal form of government and the different aspects of feudalism.
A Knight in the Night