feudal systems

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Learner Background: Students have previously studied the Chinese dynasties of the Tang, Song, Yuan, and Ming
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Critical Content/Concept WebCritical Content/Concept Web
The points of focus in this unit include how tools, language, clothing and the use of technology helped early people advance; how prehistoric people changed from food gatherers to food producers
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Timeline- world History IITimeline- world History II
During the course of the school year students learn about traditional Japanese culture, contact with the West, and how Japan developed into a modernized country with a strong economy
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Social Class Social, Political and Economic ContextSocial Class Social, Political and Economic Context
The chief of several clans became the Emperor when one of his class took political power. Figurehead
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Name: Period: RowName: Period: Row
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Feudalism Systems of Japan and England By Rit NosotroFeudalism Systems of Japan and England By Rit Nosotro
The feudal systems of Japan and England strongly contrasted in the religious justification which organized behavior
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Chapter 9: Feudal Europe Section 3: Feudalism in Europe and JapanChapter 9: Feudal Europe Section 3: Feudalism in Europe and Japan
Essential Question: What similarities did the feudal societies in Europe and Japan share?
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