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Five Pillars of Islam
Transcript of Five Pillars of Islam
Do Now - Tuesday, September 20, 2016
Our new unit is on the religion
in the past.
We call this time period
"The Golden Age"
Followers of Islam are
The founder of Islam was called
. He is not considered a god.
Instead, he is a
, or a messenger (this means that he was spoken to by God and delivered God’s message to other people).
Muhammad Sorting Activity
where the events from Muhammad's life belong.
(Do not write on the green papers!)
2. What new vocabulary word does this image represent? Why?
is a religion that
started in 632 CE.
(just like Christianity), which means that followers believe in only one
Exit Ticket Reminders
Exit Tickets are a way for
check your progress throughout the unit!
Similar questions will appear on the
final exam at the end of the unit.
Look at the last two lines.
What do you think
Make a prediction (2-3 sentences).
Muslims believe in the same god as Christians, but they call him
Islam is the
biggest world religion after Christianity.
of the world follows Islam.
However, less than
of the United States is Muslim.
1. What new vocabulary word does this image represent? Why?
THE NAME OF
PEOPLE WHO FOLLOW THIS RELIGION
in the modern
day country of
Unit Essential Questions
1. How does Islam guide Muslims?
2. How did Islam change the Middle East?
Please clear everything off of your desk for the MEDIEVAL EUROPE TEST!
You will still need:
-A highlighter (optional)
NEW UNIT! MEDIEVAL ISLAM
Muhammad Timeline Challenge
-Read the 9 tiles with your group
-Place them where you think they go on the timeline
-Please do not write on the green papers
5 Pillars of Islam
= daily rules that Muslims live by
After reading a text, SWBAT identify 3 key facts about each Pillar, and make an inference:
How does this Pillar guide Muslims' lives?
It's time for.....
Please have your book & new reading log out :)
The Arabian Peninsula is a
known for its hot
and dry weather.
Because of the high temperatures in the region, most settlements started near
According to Islam, Muhammad received
’s words from the archangel
. Islam began to spread globally when Muhammad died in 632 CE.
Do Now - Wednesday, September 21, 2016
1. According to Islamic belief, how did Muhammad receive the words of God?
2. What three other religious figures do Muslims believe were prophets (just like Muhammad) ?
3. According to the second column on the paper, what is the "most important Muslim principle"?
Please have your HW out so I can check it
What is a pillar?
What is its purpose?
1. Who is the founder of Islam? (spell his name correctly!)
2. What modern-day country did Islam start in?
3. Why is Islam's founder considered a prophet?
4. What is the purpose of a pillar?
Do Now - Thursday, September 21, 2017