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Day 2 Muslim Achievements 2017-2018
Transcript of Day 2 Muslim Achievements 2017-2018
Do Now - Thursday, October 6, 2016
1. Describe a way that you have
to your school, your family, a class, a club, a team, or some other group.
2. Have you ever been publically acknowledged for a
you have made? How did that make you feel?
3. Have you ever failed to receive credit for a
you made, or has someone else received credit for something you did? How did that feel?
Today: Muslim Achievements
You will work in groups
Each "Station" Packet will travel around to each table (about 9 minutes each).
Your goal in class tomorrow? Be able to RANK the Muslim Achievements from
. Good luck!
NOTE: You will be receiving participation points for your work habits/group work
1. It is in Los Angeles
2. It involves animals
3. It is not the zoo
Which Muslim Achievement is the *most* historically significant?
Which one directly relates to our lives the most?
1. OBSERVATIONS: What do you see in this design?
2. INFERENCE: What Muslim
might this represent?
*HINT! It could be more than one!
Do Now - Wednesday, October 5, 2016
Match each image with the phrase that connects to it. Use your "Spread of Islam" worksheet to help you!
A. Many conquered non-Muslims converted to Islam.
B. The Berbers help the Muslim army.
C. The Muslim Army was strong.
D. Arabia is at the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa.
= five groups of 4, one group of 5
= two groups of 4. two groups of 3
= three groups of 5, two groups of 6
= four groups of 4, two groups of 5
= 6 groups of 5
Based on the information in
the chart, Islam spread
because of ________
Summarizing Historical Data
(so they wouldn't have to pay a tax)
Today: Discover Muslim Achievements
Tomorrow: Finish research/Discuss Historical Significance/
***** 5 Pillars Quiz Make Up ***** at lunch
Thursday: ISLAM TEST REVIEW GAME -- ATTACK!
****Study Guide due, beginning of class!****
Friday: Modern Day Islam Activity
MONDAY: ISLAM TEST!!!! All Multiple Choice
TUESDAY: Start New Unit: MEDIEVAL AFRICA
Scholarship: Advanced learning
Scholar: A highly educated person
Geography: The study of the earth
Navigation: Accurately following a route.
PERIOD 2 - find your table!
Izabella Daniel H
Jonny Matthew S
Daniel K Rika
Isabela Michael M
Denise Jeremy L
Ryan Matthew M
Michael K Ani
PERIOD 3 - find your table!
Eric A Tatev
Eric G Alyssa
PERIOD 5 - Find your table!
PERIOD 6 - Find your table!
Milly Alex S
Alex A Andrew
PERIOD 1 - Find your table!
Maria B Jack
Mia Maria M
Please find your seat from yesterday.
-Your yellow Muslim Achievement Packet
-Your pink study guide
-be in your seat by the time the bell rings
-have something productive to do by the time the bell rings!
5 Pillars Quiz Re-Do!
1) Find a seat away from other people.
2) Clear your desk except for your lunch.
3) Finished? Put it in the late box.
4) Leave silently.
STAND AT THE BACK OF THE ROOM FOR TEMPORARY SEATS