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5.3 Powerful lords, semi-free farmers

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Explain in your own words what the job of a missionary was.
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Slide 1 - Open vraag

Explain what role kings like Charlemagne
played in the spread of christianity.
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Slide 2 - Open vraag

Write down characteristics of the life of a
medieval monk.
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Slide 3 - Open vraag

Learning goals
You can explain:
  • Why farmers in the agricultural society were semi-free
  • How agriculture was organised
  • What the social relationships were
  • What kind of trade there was

Slide 4 - Tekstslide

Clip: Serfs (horigen)

Slide 5 - Tekstslide

Slide 6 - Video

What? Do assignment 1 to 9 from section 5.3

How? Alone, in your workbook

Time? See the timer

Done? Do assignment 1 to 5 from 
page 142 - 144 WB
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Slide 7 - Tekstslide

5.3 Powerful lords, semi-free farmers

Time of monks and knights, 500 - 1000

Slide 8 - Tekstslide

Success criteria
You can explain:
  • Why farmers in the agricultural society were semi-free
  • How agriculture was organised
  • What the social relationships were
  • What kind of trade there was

Slide 9 - Tekstslide

The Domain
Land where serfs (semi-free farmers lived)

The area belongs to a nobleman or a monastery


Slide 10 - Tekstslide

Manor
Important building on the domain, in which lived the nobleman or the steward who managed the domain for the nobleman.

Slide 11 - Tekstslide

The manorial system
  • The land on the estate was divided into 2 parts
  • One part; fields of the lord (feudal lord) 
  • The other part; 'own' fields of serf farmers.

Slide 12 - Tekstslide

5.3 Powerful lords, semi-free farmers

Time of monks and knights, 500 - 1000

Slide 13 - Tekstslide

Manorial system
Farmers

Slide 14 - Tekstslide

Manorial system
Hunger
Poverty
Unsafety
Farmers

Slide 15 - Tekstslide

Manorial system
Hunger
Poverty
Unsafety
Nobleman
(The lord)
Farmer

Slide 16 - Tekstslide

Manorial system
Hunger
Poverty
Unsafety
Nobleman
(The lord)
The lord gives:
  • Protection
  • Farmland
In exchange the farmer gives:
  • Part of the harvest
  • Did corvée (do work for the lord)
Farmers
(Serfs)

Slide 17 - Tekstslide

De edelen
Eignaars van de grond, bestuurden het land, zorgden voor rechtspraak en voerden oorlog
Manor
Often no more than a slightly larger wooden house with a wall. The farmers could take shelter here in case of an attack.
Drawbridge
Can be closed in the event of an attack
Moat
Additional defence during an attack
Simple houses
Inside the walls for the most important people
Orchard
Food was also grown within the walls. All proceeds here were for the lord
Outside the walls

There were two types of farmers:
  1. free farmers: possessed their own land
  2. Serfs::had no property and had to work for the lord
Corvées
Serfs were protected and fed by the lord, but the lord wanted something in return
The lord could ask for lordly services
  • grain milling
  • pressing grapes
  • fighting for the lord
  • pay grain
  • maintain roads
  • dig a ditch
Field
People also worked the land outside the walls. This was done by the serfs.
Meadow
Outside the walls were meadows for the animals

Slide 18 - Tekstslide

Recieves protection
A
Free farmer
B
Serf
C
Lord

Slide 19 - Quizvraag

Gives protection
A
Free farmer
B
Serf
C
Lord

Slide 20 - Quizvraag

Has to give part of his harvest away
A
Free farmer
B
Serf
C
Lord

Slide 21 - Quizvraag

Forced to do corvée
A
Free farmer
B
Serf
C
Lord

Slide 22 - Quizvraag

Gives a piece of farm-land
A
Free farmer
B
Serf
C
Lord

Slide 23 - Quizvraag

Doesn't need to ask permission to leave his farm
A
Free farmer
B
Serf
C
Lord

Slide 24 - Quizvraag

5.3 Powerful lords, semi-free farmers

Time of monks and knights, 500 - 1000

Slide 25 - Tekstslide

Success criteria
You can explain:
  • Why farmers in the agricultural society were semi-free
  • How agriculture was organised
  • What the social relationships were
  • What kind of trade there was

Slide 26 - Tekstslide

A serf:
Belongs to the domain, is bound to the land of the lord. If the lord sells the land or gives it away, the serfs is as well.

A serf is not allowed to:
-Leave the domain without permission.
-Marry without approval of the lord.

Slide 27 - Tekstslide

How did you become a serf?
  • Descendants of slaves from Roman times who had been given their own piece of land to cultivate.
  • Descendants of free farmers who had given their land to a monastery or nobleman in exchange for food after failed harvests or in exchange for protection.

Slide 28 - Tekstslide

Differences between manorial system and feudal system
Feudal system
Manorial system
Agreement between important noblemen (kings/dukes)
Appointment between less important people (knight/cleric/farmer)
Covers a large area (provinces of countries)
Covers a small area (a village and its surroundings)
Determines how an area is governed (politics)
Determines how people support themselves and interact with each other (economy/social)

Slide 29 - Tekstslide

Three social groups
Three social groups developed in the Middle Ages.
  • Clergy: Those who pray.
  • Nobility: Those who fight.
  • The rest: Those who work.
  • The clergy and nobility had certain privileges.

Slide 30 - Tekstslide

What? Do assignment 1 to 4 from section 5.3

How? In your workbook

Time? See the timer

Done? Continue on assignment 5 to 9
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Slide 31 - Tekstslide

What? Do assignment 1 to 9 from section 5.3

How? Alone, in your workbook

Time? See the timer

Done? Do assignment 1 to 5 from 
page 142 - 144 WB
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Slide 32 - Tekstslide

4.3 Machtige heren, halfvrije boeren

Tijd van monniken en ridders

Slide 33 - Tekstslide

Succescriteria
Je kunt uitleggen:
  • Waardoor boeren in de landbouwsamenleving halfvrij waren
  • Hoe de landbouw was georganiseerd
  • Welke sociale verhoudingen er waren
  • Welke handel er was

Slide 34 - Tekstslide

het hofstelsel

Slide 35 - Tekstslide

Het mysterie van het gestolen graan....
Deel 1: Oplossen van de diefstal.  
1. Wie heeft het graan gestolen? 
Welke kaartjes uit quizlet bewijzen je mening?  
  • Wat was de reden voor het stelen van de graan?  
  • Welke kaartjes in quizlet bewijzen je antwoord?

  • Je maakt deze opdrachten in LessonUp  
  • Slide 36 - Tekstslide

    Slide 37 - Link

    Waarom zou Vrije boer Dirk het graan hebben gestolen? Wat is zijn motief?

    Slide 38 - Open vraag

    Waarom zou Graaf Egibald het graan hebben gestolen? Wat is zijn motief?

    Slide 39 - Open vraag

    Waarom zou Horige boer Frederik het graan hebben gestolen? Wat is zijn motief?

    Slide 40 - Open vraag

    Waarom zou Rentmeester Frans het graan hebben gestolen? Wat is zijn motief?

    Slide 41 - Open vraag

    Waarom zou Boerin Elisa het graan hebben gestolen? Wat is zijn motief?

    Slide 42 - Open vraag

    Waarom zou Boerin Hetty het graan hebben gestolen? Wat is zijn motief?

    Slide 43 - Open vraag

    Conclusie: Wie heeft volgens jou het graan gestolen? Wat is het motief voor de diefstal? Welke bewijzen heb je gevonden?

    Slide 44 - Open vraag

    Het mysterie van het gestolen graan....
    Deel 2: Kennis over het hofstelsel
    1. geef in je eigen woorden de betekenis van de begrippen
    2. vul de schema's in en beantwoord de rest van de vragen.

    Slide 45 - Tekstslide

    Wat zijn de verschillen tussen een vrije boer en een horige boer?

    Slide 46 - Open vraag

    Wat zijn de overeenkomsten tussen een horige boer en een vrije boer.

    Slide 47 - Open vraag

    Wat is een voordeel van het zijn van horige boer ten opzichte van het zijn van vrije boer?

    Slide 48 - Open vraag

    Wat is een nadeel van het zijn van horige boer ten opzichte van het zijn van vrije boer?

    Slide 49 - Open vraag