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Monday 9/24/13 Objective: Students will analyze 4 primary source documents that discuss how Islam spread Homework: No Homework Do Now: Take out your notebook.

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1 Monday 9/24/13 Objective: Students will analyze 4 primary source documents that discuss how Islam spread Homework: No Homework Do Now: Take out your notebook Title page The spread of Islam

2 Why Did Islam Spread So Quickly? Review Answer the following questions while reading: 1.When and where did Muhammad first receive words from Allah? 2.What was the religion of Mecca like before Muhammad started preaching? 3.Why did Muhammad leave Mecca for Medina? 4.How long did it take for Islam to reach Europe?

3 Primary Source The new Common Core curriculum is going to require you to analyze primary source documents? What is a primary source document? Primary sources provide first-hand testimony or direct evidence concerning a topic under investigation. They are created by witnesses or recorders who experienced the events or conditions being documented.

4 Examples Maps Holy texts Interviews Art Journals ……. On future tests you will be asked to analyze primary source documents and write an essay that answers a specific question…..like

5 Our question is….

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9 Document A Answer the following question in complete sentences in your notebook 1.What year is shown on this map 2.Name three cities that are easy to reach by trade routes from Mecca? 3.Name four areas these trade routes went to that are outside the boundaries of this map? 4.After looking at the map and reading the quote, why was a Mecca trade center for the Arabian Peninsula 5.How does this document explain why Islam might have spread so quickly?

10 Word brainstorm

11 Jihad- Represents Muslims struggle with challenges with themselves and the world as they strive to please God

12 East vs west

13 Jihad- Represents Muslims struggle with challenges with themselves and the world as they strive to please God A holy War

14 Primary Source C 1.By what year had each of the following come under Muslim control? Mecca Jerusalem Cairo Baghdad Saragossa 2.How far north did Islam spread in the 600’s? How far east? 3.What does this map tell you about Muhammads? 4.What does this map tell you about Muhammads followers 5.How does Document D and Document C explain how Islam spread so quickly?

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17 Wednesday 9/24/13 Objective: Students will participate in a Moral Dilemma in order to analyze the Qur’ans perspective on the use of Violence Homework: No homework Do Now: What is Jihad?

18 Jihad- Represents Muslims struggle with challenges with themselves and the world as they strive to please God

19 “ Whoever killed a human being, … shall be deemed as having killed all mankind; and …. Whoever saved a human life shall be deemed as having saved all mankind….” (5:32) Quick write : What does the verse say about murder? What does the verse say about saving a life? Pair share your answer

20 “Permission to take up arms is hereby given to those who are attacked, because they have been wronged. God has power to grant them victory” (22:39) QUICK WRITE: According to the verse above, when are Muslims allowed to fight?

21 Moral Dilemma As we looked at yesterday one reason that Islam was able to spread so quickly was because of its Military Conquest. Islam is a religion that promotes peace, but also allows for violence in certain situations. These two conflicting values have placed Muslims in many Moral Dilemma’s throughout history……

22 How we debate During a debate class rules of RESPECT apply Allow each student to state their opinion When responding to a student we say the following: _____________(name) while I hear your opinion, I disagree because ________________________________,__________ ____________________________________________ _____ Do not speak out of turn. Listen to other students opinion You never know what you may learn

23 What if… Saleem would be killed for turning his Mazen over to the police Mazen finds out that little children will be at the Temple on the day of the attacks?

24 Thursday/ Friday Objective: Students will experience how cultural diffusion influenced the Islamic Empire Homework: Bring in two examples of how your life is effected by cultural diffusion Do Now: What is the Qur’ans perspective on violence?

25 Primary Source D: Answer following questions: 1.What was the Ghazu? What was the Ummah? 2.What was the purpose of the ghazu is the years before Islam? 3.How did Islam change the way ghazu worked? 4.Why were the Arabs able to conquer much of Persia and parts of Byzantium?

26 Our question is….

27 Document F Answer the following questions: Who was the Muslim army fighting in this account? To whom did the Muslims attribute their victory? Who is writing this account of the battle? Why is this important? How does this document help explain why Islam spread quickl?

28 Our question is….

29 Essay Outline Why did Islam Spread so Quickly? What is a thesis statement?

30 Practice writing thesis statement How did trade allow Islam to spread so quickly?(Document A) How Did Conquest allow Islam to spread so Quickly?(Document C and Document F) How did Unity allow Islam to spread so Quickly? (Document D) How did the Qur’an allow Islam to spread so Quickly(Moral Dilemma)

31 Cultural diffusion is the spread of cultural elements such as: food, art, music, sports, language, and ideas, from one culture to another Cultural Diffusion

32 McDonalds around the world

33 Experiencing Cultural Diffusion: World on a String Select student are going to receive an index card The index card will contain the following information 1.Name of a country 2.Export (an item a country sells to another country) 3.Name of your trading partner You will stand by your desk. I will hand a rope to the first country. The country will call out their partner (on the index card) than Mr. Bowman will walk the rope over to the partner. Repeat the process

34 Lets get into the exercise Now lets see how changes in one country influences the other: Breaking news: Drought in Afghanistan hurts fruit crop. Exports drastically reduced. Afghanistan please gently tug on the string to show that your main export has taken a hit Each person who felt tug please raise your hand; now you gently tug on the string Each person who felt that tug raise your hand; now you gently tug on the string Each person who felt that gently tug on the string

35 Lets see how this works Breaking news: There has been a massive Oil spill in Norway. Massive amounts of fish have been killed, drastically influencing the fishing industry in Norway Norway please gently tug on the string to show that your main export has taken a hit Each person who felt tug please raise your hand; now you gently tug on the string Each person who felt that tug raise your hand; now you gently tug on the string Each person who felt that gently tug on the string

36 Debrief What did Mr. Bowman hope to teach to the class by doing this activity? How does this activity relate to Cultural Diffusion?

37 Story of Libby: an example of cultural diffusion As I read the story, you will be filling the wheel and spoke map to cite examples of cultural elements in America that come from other countries

38 How is cultural diffusion going to affect Islam?

39 Open your textbook to pg 106.


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