Daily Life in Feudal Japan student worksheet

Daily Life in Feudal Japan

Dive into the rich tapestry of ‘Daily Life in Feudal Japan,’ a well-designed student worksheet set to ignite the curiosity of middle school students. Tailored to bring the Shogunate era of Japan to life, this engaging resource is a perfect fit for classrooms focusing on historical exploration and cultural understanding.

Step back into an era where social class defined one’s role and duties. This worksheet unveils the disciplined world of the samurai, adhering to the Bushido code with unwavering loyalty, honour, and martial prowess. Contrastingly, discover the daily grind of farmers and artisans, the unsung heroes who formed the backbone of feudal Japan’s economy, cultivating land and crafting essential daily items.

Explore the multifaceted roles of women in this era, from the household managers in samurai families to the industrious women in lower classes balancing domestic life with family trades. The worksheet focuses on how their family’s social standing moulded children’s lives and education in feudal Japan – from leadership training for samurai children to practical skill development in farming and artisan families.

The family unit is at the heart of this historical journey, respected and bound by a deep reverence for parents, elders, and ancestors. Engage with the cultural essence of festivals and ceremonies and their pivotal role in community bonding and cultural expression in feudal Japan.

‘Daily Life in Feudal Japan’ isn’t just a history lesson; it’s a portal to the past, designed to enhance student empathy and understanding. Comprehension questions are crafted to consolidate learning, ensuring students grasp the intricacies of this fascinating period in Japanese history.

Make your history lessons resonate and come alive with this essential resource. ‘Daily Life in Feudal Japan’ promises a captivating educational experience, making it an invaluable addition to your teaching toolkit.”

Australian Curriculum Outcome:
This worksheet aligns with the Australian Curriculum outcome: “Describe the everyday life of men, women, and children in Japan under the shoguns.”

Teacher Answer Sheet Provided.

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Resource Information

Description:Student activities include comprehension questions and a small drawing activity.
Estimated lessons:1.
Ages10-14 years.
Format Word Document.

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