5B. ISLAMIC WORKBOOK


ISLAM VOCABULARY WORDS-

 

Period

Name

B

DAY ONE

DAY ONE

R

Word or phrase

What it means

In class

  1. Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac

 Abraham was said to be the father or patriarch of all three faiths, chosen by "God or Allah". He was the father of Ishmael (father of Arabs and Muslims) and Isaac (father of Jews and Christians).

R1

  1. Prophet

 

R1

  1. Muslim - Islam

 

R1

  1. Polytheistic

 

R1

  1. Allah

R1

  1. Village society

R1

  1. Tribal Society

R1

  1. WORD

B354-357

  1. Oasis

B354-357

  1. Caravan

B354-357

  1. Islam

B354-357

  1. Muslim

B354-357

  1. Pilgrimage

B354-357

  1. Mosque

 

DAY TWO

DAY TWO

R2

15. Muhammad- what it means


R2

  1. Bedouins

R2

  1. Tribe

R2

  1. Mecca

 

  1. Medina or Madina

R2

  1. Kabbha

R2

  1.  Jinn

R2

  1. Khadija

 

R2

  1.  Hijrab and Anno Hijrab

 

R2

  1.  Islam- what does the word mean?

R2

  1.  Review of role of Abraham

R2

  1.  Allah- what does the word mean

 

 

DAY THREE

DAY THREE

B 358-361

  1. `Qur’an- what do Muslims believe

 

B 358-361

  1. Basic Beliefs of Islam

 

B 358-361

  1.  Name several guidelines according to book

B 358-361

  1.  According to book, what is jihad?

B 358-361

  1.  Sunnah

B 358-361

  1. 5 pillars of faith

 

 A.

B.

C.

D.

E.

B 358-361

  1.  Shariah

R- 3

34. Suras


 

DAY FOUR

DAY FOUR

B 362-367

35. Abu Bakr


B 362-367

36. Caliphs


B 362-367

37. Umayyads- what did they conquer?


B 362-367

38. Moors (711 AD)


B 362-367

39. What Muslims learned because of trade


B 362-367

40. Tolerance


B 362-367

  1. Baghdad

 

B 362-367

  1. Cordoba

 

B 362-367

  1.  Ottoman Empire

B 362-367

  1.  Janissaries ****

B 362-367

  1.  Cannon-how used -1453

B 362-367

  1.  Suleyman the Magnificent

B 362-367

  1.  Shia  

 

B 362-367

  1. Sunni

 

 

  1.  Rightly Guided Caliphs

B 362-367

  1.  Shah

 

 

DAY 5


B 368-371

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

 

B 368-371

  1. Science and philosophy

 Cordova and Baghdad-

 

 

B 368-371

  1.  Astronomy

 

 

  1. Judaism and Christianity

 Children of the Book (believe in the same God)

B 368-371

  1. Geography

 Ibn Battutah

 

 

  1. Math

 

 

  1.  Medicine

 Ar-Razi- In class- how to treat smallpox

 

 

 

  1.  Philosophy

 Sufism

 

Literature and arts

 

 

  1. Omar Khayyam

 

 

  1.  Arabian Nights-1001

 

 

  1.  Patrons of architecture

 

 

  1.  Minaret (imam)

 

 

  1.  Calligraphy

 


READING 1 WORKSHEET

Name
Period
FOR NUMBER 1-3, COPY THE SENTENCE AND FINISH THOROUGHLY. Write your answers in complete sentences and NEATLY.

 DAY ONE

READING 1 - PACKET

1. The difference between a village culture and a tribal culture is
2. The Arab world of Muhammad was (describe his world)
3, Several strange ideas held by Muhammad for his time (remember, he comes from a tribal time) were
4. What does Islam mean?
5. How does one become a Muslim according to your reading? BE SPECIFIC.
6. How large is Islam today?
BOOK PAGE 354-357
7. Describe the physical features of the Arabian Peninsula.
8. What is caravan trade necessary in such a land?
9. Look at the map on page 355. Why was Arabia considered a crossroads of the world?
10 According to the book, how did Muhammad become a prophet?
11. Why did Muhammad and his followers leave Mecca? Why were many people in Mecca angry at Muhammad?



DAY TWO
READING FOR PART
2
AGAIN, DO THESE IN COMPLETE SENTENCES AND NEATLY
1. What does the name Muhammad mean? What do many people perceive him to be?
2. Where did Islam start? What was this world like in the 600’s AD?
3. Describe Mecca at this point in history.
4. What happened to Muhammad in a cave outside Mecca?
5. Explain why Muhammad had to flee Mecca.
6. What does the word Islam mean?
7. Describe what the Middle East was like in the 7th century AD.
8.Why do you think that Islam appealed to many people of this time?
9. List 5 very specific things about Muhammad.
10. What role did the city of Medina play in the start of Islam?

DAY TWO IN PDJ


DAY THREE

READING PAGES 358-361

USE Complete Sentences

1. What do Muslims believe about the Qur’an and the Sunnah?

2. Several beliefs of the Muslims are

a.

b.

c.

d. Paradise-

3. What do Muslims believe that they must do? What are they forbidden to do?

4. What is jihad (according to the book)?

5. The five pillars of Islam are

a.

b.

c.

d.

e.

6. What is Sharia?


DAY FOUR

Page 362-367-complete sentences

1.     Who was Abu Bakr? Why is he important?

2.    What does caliph mean? What were they expected to do?

3.    How did the Muslim empire start?

4.    How did trade spread the Muslim faith? What ideas/ items did the trade spread?

5.    What were two of the largest cities set up by Muslims? What were they famous for?

6.    Who were the Mughals? What is a famous example of Mughal architecture?


UNDERSTANDING ISLAMIC CULTURE

Write the number next to the sentence that it matches on the right.

Name

 

Period

Custom or belief

Answer

Match

1. A Muslim may not eat pork or drink alcoholic beverages.

 

A. A visitor to Somalia takes a photograph of a man with his camels. The man becomes very upset.

2. During the month of Ramadan, Muslims must not eat from sunrise to sunset to remember the starving of the world.

 

B. A shopkeeper shuts up his shop midday when he hears a call to prayer.

3. Women in some Muslim cultures must dress very modestly, to the point of being completely veiled in public except for their eyes.

 

C. Tourists crossing the Sahara with a caravan offer water at midday to their companions. Their Muslim companions refuse the offer.

4. Traditional Muslims believe a person who creates a likeness of a living creature seeks to rival Allah (God).

 

D. In the news recently, there were stories of suicide bombers linked to a radical Muslim group. They strapped grenades and bombs onto their body and walked into a busy Hebrew marketplace and activated the weapons. News reports say that the organization say that they have several more volunteers to do the same. 

5. Muslim who believes in jihad feel it is their religious duty to fight on behalf of Islam (if the faith is threatened). If they should die doing so, they will go to Paradise without waiting for Judgment Day.

 

E. Unaware Americans served a baked ham dinner to visitors from the Middle East. They only eat the salad, bread, and vegetables.

6. Muslims believe that the Koran is the absolute word of Allah as delivered to Muhammad in Arabic.

 

F. When women served in the Gulf War, they were advised while serving in the Middle East to dress modestly (long sleeves always) and travel off base with a man at all times. 

7. Since Muhammad was almost illiterate, and he thought that everything in the world was a miracle of Allah (God), reading, math and science were encouraged in all Muslim territories.

 

G. A Muslim gives his lunch money to a beggar family he passes.

8. Many Muslims believe in predestination, that Allah has decreed what is to be and what is to happen.

 

H. When things go badly for a devout Muslim couple, they say “It is the will of Allah.”

9. According to the Koran, giving charity to the poor is a religious duty.

 

I. All Muslims are expected to get the best education that they can.

10. Every Muslim is expected to pray 5 times a day and face the east touching one’s head to the ground to show humility and devotion to Allah.

 

J. A Muslim studying in a Spanish-speaking country will not use a Spanish translation of the Koran.

 


  CONTRIBUTIONS OF ISLAMIC CULTURE

  SCIENTIFIC CONTRIBUTIONS (FROM BLADE ARTICLE)

Name _____________________  Period ________________________

 

In the following table, list at least 5 contributions of Islam to the world and then state IN COMPLETE SENTENCES why they are important….

CONTRIBUTION OR DISCOVERY

WHY THEY ARE IMPORTANT

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 COMPARING ISLAM TO CHRISTIANITY

 

NAME________

CLASS____

FILL IN MISSING WORD OR WORDS

COMPARING ISLAM

 TO CHRISTIANITY

 Holy Book __

 Holy Book__

Person most influential__

Person most influential__

Call main deity__

Call main deity__

Country came from__

Country came from__

Job of person before spreading the word of the faith___

Job of person before spreading the word of the faith__

Age person left to preach__

Age person left to preach___

Religions before Islam __

 Religion Christianity based on__

 Believers said Qur’an was this___

Christians believe Bible was this__

Muslims believe Jesus was prophet

Christians believe Jesus true God and true Man

How Koran or Qur’an should only be read in Arabic and not be translated

Bible has been translated over 2000 times

Share prophets Abraham, Moses,

Share prophets Abraham, Moses,

Believed Abraham took this son to be sacrificed __

Believed Abraham took this son to be sacrificed___

Book has stories of violence

Book has stories of violence

Koran has more stories of kindness and good will

Bible has more stories of kindness and good will

Muhammad warrior or not?

Jesus warrior or not?

 Koran tells how people should live to lead the “good life” that would please Allah

Bible tells how people should live to lead the “good life” that would please God

Both religions call people to repent, obey, and be pure

Both religions call people to repent, obey, and be pure

Warn of Allah’s punishment

Warn of God’s punishment

 None of the chapters or suras in the Koran focus on stories because they are revelations by Allah

 Many chapters tell a story or retell history

 Muhammad’s recitations written down on pieces of pottery, backs of animals, and palm leaves after his death

New Testament oral tradition for number of years and written down after Jesus’ death

Each sura is organized roughly from longest to shortest-no chronology

Books of New Testament organized (by chronology) officially in 323 AD at Council of Nicea

Islam means submission or surrender to God

Christianity means religion that follows the life and teachings of Jesus

No Koran can carry pictures-considered idolatry

Bible has been beautifully illustrated many times

Virgin Mary appears more than Bible

Virgin Mary appears less than Koran

 Koran traces their ancestors back to Abraham

Bible traces ancestors back to Abraham

Different sects of Islam because difference in interpretation of Holy Book

Different sects of Christianity because difference in interpretation of Holy Book


QUESTIONS FOR PAGE 368-371

NAME ____________________    PERIOD__________________
DIRECTIONS: READ THE PAGES IN THE TEXTBOOK, AND THEN ANSWER THE QUESTIONS IN COMPLETE SENTENCES.
1. What helped knowledge to spread throughout the Muslim world? What were two cultural capitals of the Muslim world?
2. What did the study of the stars help Muslim scientists to do?
3. Why was Ibn Battutah famous and what did he do that contribute to knowledge?
4. Explain how Muslim scholars contributed to the following:
A. Math
B. Medicine
C. Philosophy
D. Literature and the arts:
5. What would you see if you were looking at the Blue Mosque? Use some of the terms in your book.


MOVIE GUIDE TO ISLAM, EMPIRE OF FAITH

NAME___________________________   PERIOD __________________

Now watch the movie,”Islam, Empire of Faith” and see if you can answer these questions. Many answers can be found at  (Video is on Mrs. Menzie's Islamic videos and on Islamic reading page)  http://www.pbs.org/empires/islam/ . This web site goes along with the movie. IN COMPLETE SENTENCES. GUESS WHAT? THE ANSWER TO THE FIRST 14 ARE IN THE FIRST 12 MINUTES OF THE FILM.   

VOCABULARY WORDS: Koran or Qur'an, Muhammad, Muzzain, Saudi Arabia.             

1. How does this movie open? What do you hear at the very beginning?

2. When Muhammad first started this prayer, most of Arabia was polytheistic. Why do you think the muazzin says “There is no god but God?”

3. What did Muslims do to help civilization?

A.

B.

C.

D

4. Where and when was Muhammad born?

5. How old was he when both of his parents were dead?

6. What did the tribes defend in the blood feuds?

7. Each clan or tribe had this:

8. Why do you think poetry was important to the Bedouin? 

9. What was the Kaaba?

10. Who supposedly built the Kaaba?

11. What do you think the sacred black rock was?

12. What kinds of treasures could one find in Mecca?

13.What did Muhammad do for a living?

14. How did Muhammad meet his wife?

INSERT BELOW 20 MORE IDEAS THAT YOU SEE IN THE MOVIE. USE COMPLETE SENTENCES……

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