HOW TO BECOME A KNIGHT

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INTEGRATED CURRICULUM 2nd ESO. IES CARLOS CANO BILINGUAL PROJECT.

Complete the text with these words: SQUIRE, CHIVALRY, PAGE, KNIGHT.

At age 7, a boy began his training. During this first step of training, boys were called . A boy learned how to fight, how to use weapons, and how to ride a horse into battle. He learned manners from the nobleman's wife. Like everyone, they had a strict rule of conduct, a certain way of behaving that they had to follow. The rules were very detailed and very clear. Some of the rules were:
- When you enter a lord's place, say, "Good Speed" and with humble cheer, greet all who are present.
- Do not rush in rudely, but enter with head up and at an easy pace, and kneel on one knee only to your lord.
- Make obeisance to your lord always when you answer, otherwise stand as still as a stone until he speak.
At age 15, the boy was assigned to a knight and became a . A knight could have several s. He assisted the knight to whom he was assigned, and continued to learn how to fight and how to behave.
Once the boy proved himself in battle, and his knight felt he was ready, he could become a himself.
All s had to behave in a certain way. This way was called the Code of . The code said that all s had to be brave in battle. They had to keep their promises. They had to defend the church. They had to treat noblewomen in a courteous manner.


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