Ch 15: OAE - Integrated Social Studies: Medieval Europe

About This Chapter

If you're looking for a convenient test-prep resource for your OAE Integrated Social Studies exam, you've come to the right place. Videos and quizzes in this chapter make it easy to study Europe's feudal system, the Holy Roman Empire, the Magna Carta and other Medieval history topics covered on this teacher licensing exam.

OAE - Integrated Social Studies: Medieval Europe - Chapter Summary

Bolster your Medieval history knowledge in time for your OAE Integrated Social Studies exam by watching this chapter's lessons. Instructors discuss the following topics over the course of several short videos lasting around five minutes apiece:

  • The European feudal system
  • Charlemagne and the Holy Roman Empire
  • Power struggles between kings and popes
  • The rise of universities
  • Constitutions of Clarendon
  • The Magna Carta
  • Democratic thought in England

Find lessons covering the Medieval European history topics you'll need to be familiar with on exam day. Watch them anywhere you have Internet access, and take the corresponding multiple-choice quizzes to keep track of how much material you have left to master before your testing appointment.

OAE - Integrated Social Studies: Medieval Europe Chapter Objectives

The OAE Integrated Social Studies exam is designed to test the content knowledge of applicants for Ohio teacher licensing in this subject area. The exam includes 150 multiple-choice questions. Around a quarter of test content focuses on historiography and world history topics, which could include European feudalism, the development of the Holy Roman Empire, and the role of the Catholic church during the Middle Ages. We've put together this chapter to prepare you for exactly these types of questions.

6 Lessons in Chapter 15: OAE - Integrated Social Studies: Medieval Europe
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Order From Chaos: Establishing Stability through Feudal Ties and Manors

1. Order From Chaos: Establishing Stability through Feudal Ties and Manors

This lesson will explore the impact of feudalism on European society. While explaining the system of feudalism, it will highlight how it offered protection and stability to Europe, specifically after the 5th century fall of Rome.

Charlemagne's Holy Roman Empire and the Divine Right to Rule

2. Charlemagne's Holy Roman Empire and the Divine Right to Rule

This lesson will explore the rule of Charlemagne and his exercise of the divine right of kings. It will highlight his reign as Holy Roman Emperor, focusing on his military conquests and his cultural reforms.

Power Struggles of the Holy Roman Empire: Popes vs. Emperors

3. Power Struggles of the Holy Roman Empire: Popes vs. Emperors

The High Middle Ages was characterized by constant struggles for power. This lesson explores fighting between the papacy, Germany, and Italy for authority over the Holy Roman Empire.

The Rise of Universities and Displacement of Monasteries

4. The Rise of Universities and Displacement of Monasteries

Before the Middle Ages, education was the responsibility of the Church. As the need for education spread to those who were not clergy, monasteries could no longer meet the needs of education. This lesson explores the decline of monastic education and the rise of the university.

The Magna Carta & The Constitutions of Clarendon: Definition & Significance

5. The Magna Carta & The Constitutions of Clarendon: Definition & Significance

In the High Middle Ages, rulers fought for supreme power. This lesson explores two of the earliest documents to limit power of an authority figure, whether it was the pope or a king.

Medieval England's Impact on Modern Democratic Thought

6. Medieval England's Impact on Modern Democratic Thought

Going back almost a thousand years, the English have had an enormous impact on the democratic ideals we value today. Learn how the English were among the first to use trial by jury and many other democratic practices.

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