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Unit 7 The Emergence of New Empires 

Chapter 22 The Spread of Islam
500 A.D. - 1300 A.D.
 

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Day 1
Topic    Spread of Islam
Objective
Map the spread of Islam.
State Goals
16.A.3b  Make inferences about historical events and eras using historical maps and other historical sources.
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
Classwork/Homework
Lecture.gif (2227 bytes) Picturing the Middle East   Use page 7 & 8 as an Introduction

HISTORY OF ISLAM
History of Islam Part 1 of 10  10:00
History of Islam Part 2 of 10  9:59
History of Islam Part 3 of 10  9:59          

atlas.gif (1202 bytes) Atlas of World History

readme.gif (1442 bytes) Altlas of World History pp. 44-45

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes)Spread of Islam   24a & 24b

 

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Day 2
Topic   22-1 Islam 
Objective
Explain the teachigs of Muhammed.
Discuss the religious beliefs held by Muslims.
List major events in Muhammad’s life in chronological sequence.
State Goals
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
18.B.3b  Explain how social institutions contribute to the development and transmission of culture.
Classwork-Homework
Chalkboard.bmp (15654 bytes) Terms to Learn
Pilgrims: travelers to a religious shrine
Pillars of Faith: five duties all Muslims must fulfill
Mosque: Muslim house of worship
Imam: prayer leader
Zakah: charity
Hajj: pilgramage to Mecca
Ka'bah: Arabia's holiest shrine
Quran: Muslim scriptures

Chalkboard.bmp (15654 bytes) People to Know
Muhammed: prophet of Islam

IconMap.bmp (3402 bytes) Places to Locate
Hejaz: mountainous area of western Arabia
Makkah (Mecca)
Yathrib:
Ta'if: changed name to Madina
Madina: the city of thre prophet

PROPHET MOHAMMED CARTOON MOVIE
Muhammed Cartoon Movie Part 1  10:00
Muhammed Cartoon Movie Part 2  10:00

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Note02.gif (247 bytes) Muhammad


 

Day 3
Topic    Muhammed
Objective
Explain the teachigs of Muhammed.
Discuss the religious beliefs held by Muslims.
List major events in Muhammad’s life in chronological sequence.
State Goals
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
18.B.3b  Explain how social institutions contribute to the development and transmission of culture.
Classwork-Homework
PROPHET MOHAMMED CARTOON MOVIE
Muhammed Cartoon Movie Part 3  10:00
Muhammed Cartoon Movie Part 4  10:00
Muhammed Cartoon Movie Part 5  10:00
Muhammed Cartoon Movie Part 6  10:00
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Day 4
Topic    Muhammed
Objective
Explain the teachigs of Muhammed.
Discuss the religious beliefs held by Muslims.
List major events in Muhammad’s life in chronological sequence.
State Goals
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
18.B.3b  Explain how social institutions contribute to the development and transmission of culture.
Classwork-Homework
PROPHET MOHAMMED CARTOON MOVIE
Muhammed Cartoon Movie Part 7  10:00
Muhammed Cartoon Movie Part 8  10:00
Muhammed Cartoon Movie Part 9   8:19

readme.gif (1442 bytes) Section 22-1 Islam pp. 331-336
Makkah (Mecca)
Muhammad
The Quran

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Day 5
Topic  22-2 The Arab Empire
Objective
Describe how Islam spread beyomd the Arabian Peninsula.
Explain the importance of major events in Muhammad’s life that led to the rise and spread of Islam.
State Goals
16.A.3b  Make inferences about historical events and eras using historical maps and other historical sources.
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
18.B.3b  Explain how social institutions contribute to the development and transmission of culture.
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
Classwork-Homework
Chalkboard.bmp (15654 bytes) Terms to Learn
Caliph: successor
Vizer: chief adviser
Shiites: smaller groups of Muslims; caliph descendant of Ali
Sunni:larger group, followed Rightly Guided Caliphs

Chalkboard.bmp (15654 bytes) People to Know
Abu Bakr: first Caliph:
Under Abu Bakr's leadership, the Muslim religion continued to spread to  Syria, Persia, and Egypt.
Ali: last of the Rightly Guided Caliphs
Mu'awiya: moved capital to Damascus from Madina

IconMap.bmp (3402 bytes) Places to Locate
Damascus: new capital
Samarra: new capital in 836 AD

The Liberation and Re-Semitization of Northern Arabia  7:14

readme.gif (1442 bytes) Section 22-2 The Arab Empire pp. 336-342

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Day 6
Topic  22-3 Arab Contributions  
Objective
Describe Arab contributions to science, mathematics, medicine, an the arts.
State Goals
16.A.3b  Make inferences about historical events and eras using historical maps and other historical sources.
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
18.B.3b  Explain how social institutions contribute to the development and transmission of culture.
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
Classwork-Homework
Chalkboard.bmp (15654 bytes) Terms to Learn
Alchemist: used chemistry and magic in their work

Chalkboard.bmp (15654 bytes) People to Know
Omar Khayyam: Persian Poet, Rubaiyat
Ibn Khaldun: Muslim historian; Arabs, Berbers, and Persians

Ibn Khaldun  3:29
Medieval Arab Contributions  6:23  student project
Muslims Contributions to Science  6:10
Muslim Contributions to Math  2:23
Muslim Contribution to Astronomy  2:00

IconMap.bmp (3402 bytes) Places to Locate

readme.gif (1442 bytes)Section 22-3 Arab Contribuitions pp. 342-344

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ARABIAN NIGHTS
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Arabian Nights
IBN BATTUTA
The Travels of Ibn Battuta  A Virtual Tour with the 14th century traveler
ISLAM

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Islam Vocabulary Sheet

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Islamic Challenge   page 158
MUHAMMAD
star.gif (2279 bytes) Muhammad Character Report
star.gif (2279 bytes) Your Own Journey   Be a Roman explorer, an Indian merchant, an Arab missionary, or a Chinese merchant.

 

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