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Class: Year 8 History


Date: 3rd April 2012

Time: Start: ____10.00am______

Finish: ___10.25am________

Key Learning Area: HSIE (History)


Lesson Topic: Medieval Europe ( MEDIEVAL FEASTS)

Recent Prior Experience (specific relevant concepts, skills and values the school students have experienced prior to this lesson):
-Introduction to Medieval Europe- Time line of events and major characters during this period.

-Year 7- Tollund man, what the poor ate in Europe recall and relate to Medieval Feasts.



Syllabus Outcome(s):

One or two only. Please note the syllabus reference number AND write out in full.

- 4.1 describes and explains the nature of history, the main features of past societies and periods and their legacy

- 4.4 identifies major periods of historical time and sequences people and events within specific periods of time


Indicators of Learning for this lesson:

Behaviours that contribute toward achievement of outcome(s). Quote syllabus numbers. Must be clear, specific, observable. Curriculum Content Strands may be used as headings.
By the end of this lesson, the students will:

- 1) Explain the event, (feast) variety of food, distinguishing difference between peasants and nobility.


- 2) Assess beliefs and values of the people of the society or period.
- 3) Outline the contacts that the society had with other peoples during a Medieval Feast, placement at the table.
-4) Describe how men and women, poor and rich lived in the society or period using historical terms.


Assessment:

Strategies which will be used to assess learners’ attainment of learning outcomes. Should be linked to each learning indicator.
-1) Filling out worksheet, identifying traits of people in this historical period
- 2) Discuss questions and answers as a class, can they answer the questions?
- 3) Discussion, Source images on PowerPoint relate using what they have learnt.
- 4) 4-5 line summary in exercise books, describing the nature of history in Medieval time.


Any safety issues to be considered:

No Safety issues to be considered, moving desks to see data projector might cause traffic flow to door in need of emergency.



Resources:

List resources you used in preparing the lesson AND those used in the lesson implementation.

- NSW Board of Studies (2003) Board of Studies 7-10 Syllabus Australia: Board of Studies NSW pg. 12, 72

- Darlington, Robert. Vicki Greer (2004) History Zone 1 Stage 4 World History Australia: Pearson Education Australia pg. 178-179

- Anderson, Maureen. Keese, Ian. Low, Anne (2005) Retro Active 1 Edition Stage 4 World History Australia: John Wiley & Sons Australia pg. 186-187

-YouTube Uploaded by ianlewis34 (2010) Medieval Feast- a Subtlety- Coolcucumber TV www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ptPQ7UdwJ4: [Retrieved 20th March 2012]

-Created Worksheet of questions corresponding with YouTube video.

- PowerPoint of images corresponding with text book and Medieval Feasts learnt from discussion.




LESSON SEQUENCE

Lesson Content / Indicators of Learning (What is Taught):

Note key skills, concepts and values addressed in each section. Link to your Indicators of Learning.

Timing

(mins)

Teaching Strategies / Learning Experiences:

(How it is taught)

Write detailed steps showing what the teacher (T) will do and what students (Ss) will do.

Resources and Organisation:


INTRODUCTION

- identifies major periods of historical time and sequences people and events within specific periods of time, learning about the topic Medieval Feasts during the Medieval Europe period, focusing on differences between peasants and nobility.






Intro(3 mins)


(T) -Short Introduction to Medieval Feasts.

-Continuation of what they have been learning (Medieval Europe) question from their assessment task.

-hand out sheets and then get them to open text book.

-Instructions, watch YouTube video, questions on sheet and then we will discuss as class, after look at source images about Feasts and nobility, summary of what they’ve learnt to finish.

(Ss) -Any questions about topic before we start lesson.



- Darlington, Robert. Vicki Greer (2004) History Zone 1 Stage 4 World History Australia: Pearson Education Australia pg. 178-179



DEVELOPMENT

-Explain the event, (feast) variety of food, distinguishing difference between peasants and nobility.


-Visual Learning, Video of Data projector.

- Participate in class Discussion.

- Answer questions to the best of your ability.

-Assess beliefs and values of the people of the society or period.


-As a class Explain the event, (feast) variety of food, what utensils did they use? Distinguishing the difference between peasants and nobility.

- Attention required.

-Discuss similarities and differences

- Outline the contacts that the society had with other peoples during a Medieval Feast, placement at the table.


-Visual Learning, Source images of Scene depicting typical feast.

-Being concise and neat when writing.


- Describe how men and women, poor and rich lived in the society or period using historical terms.
-Putting into practice what the students have learnt during lesson.


Video (2 mins)


Discuss

(9 mins)

Source

Images

(4 mins)

Summa-

Rise

(5 mins)

-(Ss)Watch video twice, first to see what topic entails, second time take notes in box provided and begin to answer questions off worksheet.

- (T) Open up class to discuss questions. (List of questions on worksheet shown in Appendix)

- (T) define key words such as ‘Trencher’.

- (Ss) Respond to the video and answer questions correspondingly.

- (T) Go thorough source images of feast depicting the nobility. (Two images both on PowerPoint, one in text book as well)

- (Ss) Similarities (what do you notice?) in feast scene from what they learnt from discussion and video.

- (T) Aid student make sure student they mention, seating position, who is present (people, animals), utensils.

- (T) get student to open work books, tell student you want to collect books at end of lesson.

-(Ss) write a 4-5 line summarising ‘Medieval Feasts’ mentioning key points such as peasants vs. nobility, utensils, food, placement at table.

- (Ss) uses historical terms such as Trencher, Nobility.

- (T) If student need help with summary walk around and assist them.




-YouTube Uploaded by ianlewis34 (2010) Medieval Feast- a Subtlety- Coolcucumber TV,www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ptPQ7UdwJ4: [Retrieved 20th March 2012]

-Created Worksheet of questions and note taking box corresponding with YouTube video.

-Worksheet with questions. Have answers to all of the questions and information on separate sheet to comprehensively answer any addition questions students may have.

-PowerPoint slide of images corresponding with text book and Medieval Feasts learnt from discussion.

-Darlington, Robert. Vicki Greer (2004) History Zone 1 Stage 4 World History Australia: Pearson Education Australia pg. 178 image

- Darlington, Robert. Vicki Greer (2004) History Zone 1 Stage 4 World History Australia: Pearson Education Australia pg. 178-179
- Exercise (work) books to write summary.


CLOSURE

-Keep attention even though lesson is at an end.

-Explain what is expected of students, collecting books diligently,

- Briefly going through what has been leant this lesson and whether there are any more questions.


Close

(2 mins)


- (T) Choose two students to collect work books and worksheets and place up the front.

- (Ss) Are there any more inquiries regarding what we learnt in today’s lesson?



- (T) Explain what they will be doing next lesson. Reminder that they have an assignment due this week on Medieval Europe.

-Collect exercise books and worksheets to be marked and handed back next lesson with feedback.




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