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Events in Instruction- Event #3

How do you determine students' prior knowledge? An infographic from the Events in Instruction series by Mia MacMeekin/An ethical island

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Early Middle Ages: The early Middle Ages saw a resurgence in a hierarchical class system with the rise of feudalism, which made the vassals and lord richer, and the peasants poorer by making them work land they didn't own and barely paying them anything

FEUDAL SYSTEM- The Duchess Bakes a Cake

It ranked from highest to the lowest. Kings: Rulers, Lords: Protect and handle territory, Knights: Protect Lords, and the king, Serfs: Work the land and take care of things that need to be taken care of.