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5/19/2014 Warm Up: Watch the short film. In a paragraph of at least five lines, tell what you learned about India’s caste system.
8.1 Religious Traditions of India: Hinduism 27 pts. Pages 177-179
Basic Hindu Beliefs 177-178 Read the first two paragraphs Write the three most important facts 3 pts.
Sacred Texts 178 Read paragraph one Describe the Vedas and the Upanishads 2 pts.
Brahman 178-179 Define Brahman: Define Atman: 2 pts.
Brahman 178-179 Read Brahman Write the five most important facts 5 pts.
Reincarnation 179 Define moksha Define reincarnation 2 pts.
Reincarnation 179 Read Reincarnation Write the three most important facts 3 pts.
Karma 179 Read karma Write the four most important facts 4 pts.
Hinduism and the Caste System Define dharma 1 pt.
Hinduism and the Caste System Read Hinduism and the Caste System For each paragraph, write the most important idea. 5 pts.
Hinduism Buddhism No single founder Ultimate god is Brahman
5/26/2015 Warm Up: Watch the short film. In a paragraph of at least five lines, tell what you learned about India’s caste system.
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Chapter 4.1 Guided Reading and Review
Bellringer What happened to the Indus River Valley civilization? Get out your vocab list.
FrontPage: NNIGN Homework: Reading Guide 8.1 due tomorrow.
Hinduism. The History of Hinduism Hinduism The term Hindu was traditionally used by outsiders to describe the people of South Asia, now it has come to.
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