Presentation on theme: "Rise of Islam Storyboard Each group will be given a series of pictures that tell the story of the rise and spread of Islam. For this first portion of the."— Presentation transcript:
Rise of Islam Storyboard Each group will be given a series of pictures that tell the story of the rise and spread of Islam. For this first portion of the activity, do not use outside resources, just the pictures provided. Arrange the pictures in a pattern that makes sense to you. The pattern does not have to be linear. You may take out or add pictures, add symbols, etc... You may use arrows, thought bubbles, phrases, etc. to connect show the thinking behind your connections. After you have laid out your story, check to see if you have included the key concepts. Be ready to present your story!
Bedouin Tribes were defensive about water sources Interclan rivalries and vengeance – Bedouin tribes were led by a clan or tribal chief Active participation in tribal life for Bedouin women
Quba Mosque, first built in history by Muhammad in Medina c. 570 Muhammad born to the Quraysh Muhammad receives first revelation Umayyad established Mecca, Ka’ba
Muhammad flight to Mecca and victory Umayyad spread faith through conquest. Sunni Shi’a Issue of succession
Damascus was created as a new capital for Islam by the Umayyads. A surviving Umayyad Caliphate in Spain Dome of the Rock completed under the Umayyad Dynasty
Abbasid succession of the Umayyad Technological Innovations during the Abbasid Caliphate Changing role of women with the harem and the veil Extensive bureaucracy with tax collection
Sufi mystics spread Islam India first “invaded” in 711.
Muslim dominance of trade Land and sea trade routes in the Islamic World Caravanserais Camel Saddles
Key Concepts for Storyboard: 1.Arabia before Muhammad 2.Muhammad 3.Umayyad Dynasty 4.Conflicts in Islam (keep it to post-classical) 5.Abbasid Caliphate 6.India & Islam 7.Influence of Islam on Trade