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1 Bellringer What are the Five Pillars of Islam? Get your notes in order, stapled, and with your name on them. You will turn these in tomorrow before your test Chapter 1-1 (Fill in the Blank Notes) Chapter 1-2 (Graphic Organizer) Chapter 1-3 (Graphic Organizer) Chapter 1-4 (Graphic Organizer)

2 Bellringer What are three facts you have learned from this chapter? Put your stapled notes in the tray Put your Five Pillars of Islam Worksheet in the tray Get out an old Scantron to use on the test if you have one Get out your signed Midterm and/or highlighted work to turn in; I will collect it after attendance

3 Chapter 1 Test Review

4 1.One great contribution of the Islamic golden age was A.Algebra B.Taxes C.Singing stars D.Golden goblets

5 2.Constantinople grew rich because it A.Borrowed money from the Roman Empire B.Was located in a natural crossroads of trade C.Used “Greek fire” to defend its capital against attacks D.Had an unpredictable ruler

6 3.Scholars see Islam’s golden age as A.One of the worst periods in world history B.A period when the arts suffered C.A period when many gold objects were made D.One of the most brilliant periods in world history

7 4.The Byzantines recorded and saved the knowledge of A.Ancient China B.Only ancient Rome C.Ancient Greece and Rome D.Only ancient Greece

8 5.What do followers of Islam and the Jewish and Christian religions all believe in? A.One God alone B.Muhammad C.Ramadan D.Journeying to Mecca

9 6.Mecca lay on a trade route on the edge of the desert that takes up most of A.The Red Sea B.Syria C.The Kabah D.The Arabian Peninsula

10 7.Which of the following is one of the Five Pillars of Islam? A.Prophecy B.Caliphs C.Prayer D.Memorizing

11 8.Why was Islam so attractive to the peoples of the Arabian Peninsula? A.Islam offered people a way of life in contrast to the oppressive rules of the nearby Byzantine and Persian empires B.Islam tried to enforce complicated law codes C.Islamic beliefs spread out over North Africa, Spain, and southern France D.Islam could not compete with Medina in trade

12 9.Islam quickly spread to Asia, North Africa, and the Mediterranean Coast because A.People in those areas had no religion B.Muhammad migrated to those regions C.Muslim traders took their religion there D.Mecca was no longer an important religious center

13 10.The Byzantine empire lasted a long time because it A.Had no religious disputes B.Had rulers with limited powers C.Grew rich from trade D.Had little contact with the rest of the world

14 11.Harun ar-Rashid was great supporter of A.The arts B.The Code of Justinian C.The army at Mecca D.The Sufis

15 12.The Code of Justinian clearly stated A.The history of Byzantium B.Future events C.The laws and what they meant D.How to make “Greek fire”

16 13.After the death of Uthman, the Islamic world split into two groups: the Shiites and the A.Meccans B.Sunnis C.Muslims D.Greeks Orthodox

17 14.Which statement best describes the Bedouins? A.They moved from one place to another B.They lived in walled cities C.They followed the Code of Justinian D.They were farmers

18 15.Muslims must pray five times A.A day B.An hour C.A week D.A year

19 16.Why did Islam spread so fast? A.The Byzantine and Persian empire had good roads B.Muslims were expert traders and traveled widely C.Islam divided Arabs into separate communities that moved away D.People of all religions made pilgrimages to Mecca

20 17.They saying, “There is no god but God,” expresses the importance of the Muslim belief in A.Prophets B.Muezzins C.One God D.Tolerating others

21 18.Islam treated Jews and Christians with respect, but did make them A.Pay higher taxes B.Worship Abraham and Moses C.Follow the nomadic way of life D.Work together

22 Other Items to Know! Make sure you can also answer the questions that we review after each section Make sure you have a basic understanding of the Map from Chapter 1 (found in the beginning and end of the chapter)


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