Create a Visual Project of Feudalism in Japan - Shogun & Samurai

Create a Visual Project of Feudalism in Japan - Shogun & Samurai
Create a Visual Project of Feudalism in Japan - Shogun & Samurai
Create a Visual Project of Feudalism in Japan - Shogun & Samurai
Create a Visual Project of Feudalism in Japan - Shogun & Samurai
Create a Visual Project of Feudalism in Japan - Shogun & Samurai
Create a Visual Project of Feudalism in Japan - Shogun & Samurai
Create a Visual Project of Feudalism in Japan - Shogun & Samurai
Create a Visual Project of Feudalism in Japan - Shogun & Samurai
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Creating visuals for topics in history truly help the content come alive! Your students will work in small groups of three to create a visual that portrays the status, roles and responsibilities of the four social groups that made up feudalism in medieval Japan. Each group member will choose a role (professor, graphic designer or scribe). While there is a lot of room for creativity, the visual that students create must be based on evidence.

Included in the Resource:

✓ A brief introduction

✓ Step-by-step directions and requirements

✓ A list and explanation of the roles and responsibilities of your students

✓ A detailed rubric

✓ A student reflection

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Total Pages
3 pages
Answer Key
Rubric only
Teaching Duration
1 Week
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