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5 Pillars of Islam

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5 Pillars of Islam
Do Now - Friday, November 6, 2015


Process
Work time: Zakat
Trivia - Zakat Check-in


HABIT OF A SCHOLAR:
RESPECT
10-Minute Binder Clean Out

You may clean out:
-
Anything
related to Ancient Rome
-
Anything
related to the Byzantine Empire
-
Anything
related to Medieval Europe
Define:
Self-Respect



Define:
Respect for Others

Homework
Finish the
entire
foldable.

-Definition
-3 facts
-How do
"Zakat"
,
"Sawm"
and
"Hajj"
guide Muslims?

Exit Ticket
The 5 Pillars of Islam
The 5 basic
beliefs/practices
that are the foundation for Muslim life.

These
beliefs/practices
are practiced by all Muslims.
Today's Learning Obective
SWBAT explain how the three Pillars of Islam
"Zakat"
,
"Sawm"
and
"Hajj"
guide Muslim life, including:
*A definition
*3 facts
*An inference

while creating a foldable.
Check-in - Salat
No voices
Independent
Quality Work! :)
Pass Up Secondary Sources! :)

(and primary sources if you have them)
Trivia Check-in - Salat
1. "Salat" translates to mean
__________.

2. Muslims pray ______ times a day.

3. Muslims pray facing the city of
__________.


Make an inference....
I infer that...
Ummah: The muslim community (all Muslims)
2. How does
Salat
create a
community
of Muslims?
Zakat Check-In
1. Muslims donate ___% of their income.

2. Are all Muslims required to participate in
Zakat?

3. Today, Zakat is used to pay for things like __________.
4. Yearly money raised for zakat is estimated to be _______ times all other humanitarian money raised in the world.
Make an inference
According to Muslims, why is Zakat important to the ummah (community)?

I infer that....
"Hajj" Check-in
1. When they go on the Hajj, Muslims
travel to ________.

2. Muslims make the hajj because
_______________.

3. All Muslims are supposed to make
the Hajj at least _______ during their lives.
Make an inference.....
Why is the Hajj so important to Muslims?

How does the Hajj relate to the Shahadah?

I infer that...
Work time: Zakat
Trivia - Zakat Check-in

Work time: Sawm
Trivia - Sawm Check-in

Work time: Hajj
Trivia - Hajj Check-in
Pillar: something that supports something, and that keeps it stable.
Explain why Shahadah is considered a "pillar" of Islam.

Explain why Salat is considered a "pillar" of Islam.
Sawm ("see-am")
1. During Ramadan, Muslims do not _______ during daylight hours.
2. What is the word the text uses to mean "not eating"?
3. These people are not expected to fast:_____________.
4. According to the text, why is fasting considered "the key to heaven"?
Make an inference
How does Sawm make people part of the ummah (community)?

I infer that...
DO NOT throw away _______________& __________________
Today's Process
Complete Vocab Words #1-6
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Please take out your notebook :)
Thinking about last week's lesson.....
Write at least one example of each
1. Post reflection/discussion:
Did your opinion change after participating in the
worksheet activity? Why or why not?

2. How does respect tie back to our previous lessons on bullying?

Do Now -
Friday, November 6,
2015
1. How does
Shahadah
create a
community
of Muslims?
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