Change and Continuity. Think to yourself for 30 seconds about your own routine at home. When do you get up? How do you get to school? What do you eat?

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Change and Continuity Slide 2 Think to yourself for 30 seconds about your own routine at home. When do you get up? How do you get to school? What do you eat? What do you do after school? Now share in your groups, explain to each other what your routine is. Listen to others when they are speaking and do not interrupt each other. You have one minute each to explain. Your Routine Slide 3 Learning Objectives 1)To define change and continuity. 2)To compare modern life to Medieval life. Slide 4 Change = When things have changed. Continuity= When things have stayed the same. Keep this in mind during the rest of the lesson, and consider the question How different was medieval life to ours? Change and Continuity Learning Objectives: 1) To define change and continuity. 2) To compare modern life to Medieval life. Slide 5 Me: Medieval Male Peasant: Medieval Female Peasant: Medieval Lord or Lady: Medieval Knight: Learning Objectives: 1) To define change and continuity. 2) To compare modern life to Medieval life. Slide 6 Each group has in front of them, the daily life of a different medieval social class. Within the time limit, you have to pick out at least five key things the person does in their daily routine, and write them into the table. You should work as a group to pick out the points, but all of you need to have them written down. Medieval Marketplace Learning Objectives: 1) To define change and continuity. 2) To compare modern life to Medieval life. Slide 7 Similarities and Differences Answer in full sentences in your books. 1) What has changed since Medieval times about the way common people live their lives? 2) What has stayed the same? 3) Would you rather be a Medieval Male Peasant, or a Female peasant? Why? 4) Do the Lords and Ladies contribute more to society than the Peasants, or less? Explain your reasoning. Learning Objectives: 1) To define change and continuity. 2) To compare modern life to Medieval life. Slide 8 Learning Objectives 1)To define change and continuity. 2)To compare modern life to Medieval life.