Presentation on theme: "In the previous lesson you learned about how Samurai and Shoguns Take Over Japan. Now, you will all be learning about Samurai Live Honorably, Bushido,"— Presentation transcript:
In the previous lesson you learned about how Samurai and Shoguns Take Over Japan. Now, you will all be learning about Samurai Live Honorably, Bushido, and Bushido in Modern Japan. So listen close and you will learn more.
Under the shogun (military rulers) samurai warriors got more central to Japanese society and they enjoyed many social privileges
Common people had to treat the samurai w/ respect=anyone who disrespected a samurai was killed Tradition placed restrictions on the samurai: For example: certain entertainment couldnt be attended to (theater), or they couldnt take part in trade or commerce.
Samurai had to follow a strict code of rules (Bushido) Bushido=samurai code of rules bushido= to be brave & honorable fighters Men & Woman of samurai families learned to fight (men only go to war & woman say home and protect the family)
Samurai live simple & disciplined lives (disciplined= better warrior) Many Samurai participate in peaceful rituals for there concentration (Zen Buddhism )
More than any thing else, Bushido- samurai had to be loyal to his/her lord (masters) do orders w/out hesitation, even if it caused suffering to his family. Bushido influenced much of Japanese society
Bushido incorporates a lot of things. What is the most important? A.) Men & woman learned to fight. B.) Samurai were expected to live a simple and disciplined life. C.) That a Samurai has to be loyal to his lord.
Every samurai must know which of these sets of rules? A.) Buddhism B.) Bushido C.) 5 Nobel Truths
which of these sources of entertainment could a Samurai NOT attend? A.) Television B.) Theater C.) Movies
What does Bushido mean? a)The way of the worrier b)The lucky chosen one c)Strong fighter d)Code and conducts
True or False: a samurai warrior carried a spear and 3 swords? A) true B) false
In the lesson you learned about Samurai Live Honorably, Bushido, and Bushido and Modern Japan. In the next lesson you will be learning about Order Breaks Down, Foreign Invasion, and Internal Rebellion. For about a century the shoguns kept order in Japan. Eventually, serious challenges arose that brought this order to end. You will find out more next.