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1. Slide
60 seconds
RI7.1: I can analyze how details and evidence within the text supports what the author states directly and what he/she implies. RI7.2: I can find more than one central idea in a text. I can explain how central ideas develop throughout the text. I can summarize a text.
Lesson 2: Standards
2. Slide
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We will create a summary of central & supporting ideas about medieval social order.
How will we see if we understand it?
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L7.4: Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases based on grade 7 reading and content, choosing flexibly from a range of strategies. L7.4b: Use common, grade-appropriate Greek or Latin affixes and roots as clues to the meaning of a word (e.g., belligerent, bellicose, rebel). I can use prefixes and suffixes to figure out what a word means.
Lesson 2: Standards
4. Slide
60 seconds
We will use a Frayer Model to analyze new academic vocabulary and clarify its meaning using Greek affixes. We will share and analyze non-examples, definitions, and roots/prefixes
How will we see if we understand it?
5. Slide
60 seconds
I can summarize the structure of medieval society's hierarchy.
Learning Goal
6. Open question
180 seconds
From : The Middle Ages — The Medieval Years "The Middle Ages, or medieval time, is generally believed to have started with the fall of the Roman Empire in 476 and to have lasted about 1,000 years until about 1450." Using context clues from the excerpt above, what do you believe the meaning of the word medieval is?
7. Slide
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Vocabulary section entry: Hierarchy (n): A system for organizing groups, such as people, ideas, or objects based on levels of their importance, power, or social standing. 2. Medieval (adj.): Related to the Middle Ages
Those who fight - Those who pray - Those who work
8. Open question
180 seconds
How does this image relate to the word "Hierarchy?"
9. Open question
240 seconds
What do these have in common?
10. Slide
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You will be taking notes on your workbook page. Leave your computer open on curi so that you can follow along also.
Workbook Pages: Prep for your Quest 2A: Frayer Model: Hierarchy
11. Slide
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When learning a new word, it helps to review affixes and roots. Latin affix: hier Greek root: archy - leader of sacred rights - first in rank or time hier + archy = hierarchy Write the definition of hierarchy in the definition square of the Frayer Model. Look back at your vocabulary section entry.
12. Word cloud
90 seconds
List as many words that share morphemes (hier- or -archy) as you can.
13. Poll
20 seconds
Think back to the pyramids I showed you earlier. Why are the most powerful people in the smallest section at the top?
  • Only a few important people are at the top
  • Only one ruler or a small number of people making the rules
  • Peasants and Serfs make up the most people, so they are at the bottom
  • Those at the bottom follow the rules of those above
  • All are true
14. Slide
60 seconds
Characteristics Additional characteristics reflecting the first definition of hierarchy we discussed in class 2. Examples 2+ examples that represent the first definition of hierarchy discussed in class 3. Non-Examples 2+ types of government whose labels end in -archy Brief definitions for the two examples Meaning of their prefixes
Shoulder Partner- complete the remainder of the graphic organizer. You must have the following:
15. Open question
180 seconds
Do you believe we live in a hierarchy now? Explain why you believe we do or do not live in a hierarchy as you write your answer.
16. Word cloud
60 seconds
Using one word answers, list words you believe are true about the Middle Ages
17. Slide
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18. Slide
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Each group will: Read respective article Work in groups to complete the character profile for their player
Our Room is now a Hierarchy!
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a. Full Participation b. On Topic c. Have fun and be creative d. Be respectful Things that I should be hearing... " The 'Big Idea' that I would box for this passage is..." "I agree with that 'Big Idea' and would add...." "I disagree with that and would box..." "One supporting detail I would bullet is..." Keep a kind voice Give text evidence to support your answers, especially when you disagree Seek to understand THEN be understood Go to Google Classroom for Character Maps and Class articles.
Group Expectations
20. Slide
60 seconds
On the final page of your Student Workbook, you will find a list of questions that you will need to keep in mind as we read anything in class. Remember these when reading your passages. You never know when they might pop up again. 2. Read the remaining unread passages about nobles, knights, clergy, tradesmen, and peasants for each passage in the Google Form.
21. Open question
180 seconds
Exit Ticket: Write three of the most interesting facts you learned about the Middle Ages today. List two new vocabulary words you learned and their definitions. Write one idea that is important about the Middle Ages. What is the structure of medieval society?

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