This Middle Ages Feudalism lesson plan has students analyze primary source images and then create a Meme that illustrates medieval life.
Included is a full lesson plan detailing how to structure each part of your class. There are introductory video links and a background reading on the medieval illuminated manuscript images to get started.
Next, students receive a worksheet to move through 12 stations, each with a beautiful primary source image depicting life in Europe during the Middle Ages. Students take notes on what they see as they move through the stations, with each representing a month of the year.
Next, students go to a Google Drive page with meme templates for each of the 12 stations. They use these to create a meme that demonstrates what they learned about life in the Middle Ages.
This is a really fun lesson for students that also allows you to get them analyzing primary sources and making connections!
You can also download this lesson as part of my Europe's Middle Ages & Medieval Unit Bundle!
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