Presentation on theme: "Primary Sources (first hand = is an artifact, a document, a recording, or other source of information that was created at the time under study. It serves."— Presentation transcript:
1 Primary Sources (first hand = is an artifact, a document, a recording, or other source of information that was created at the time under study. It serves as an original source of information about the topic)Secondary Sources (second hand = textbook, your notes, wikipedia - involve generalization, analysis, synthesis, interpretation, or evaluation of the original information)
2 Five World Religions Power Standard: 3.1.2 – Identifies major world regions and understands their cultural roots.
4 History of ReligionReally began w/the introduction of writing about 5200 yrs ago.Written record of human religious experiences and ideas.During the Middle Ages (15th century) you see many different split off groups.The invention of the printing press was HUGE!The 19th century saw a dramatic increase in knowledge of religious beliefs and began the spread across the world.Organized religions emerged as a means of providing social and economic stability to large populations.Religion has turned into a reflection of human society and cultural interaction (Social perspective)Religion’s Interactive Timeline..\..\..\..\..\Public\Desktop\iTunes.lnk
5 Hinduism and Buddhism Complete Part 2 on your worksheet “excerpts of Hindu’s and Buddhists”
6 Hinduism – Map! Hinduism in 1500 C.E. Hinduism Today AUM! AUM! AUM! Hinduism located in India and SE AsiaThen and Now
8 Hinduism Location in 1500 Location Today Concept of the cosmic egg, Brahman, and monism = polytheismThe samsara = reincarnationKarma and darma within the jivaThe caste system and mokshaTurn to Your Partner, Check for Understanding
9 Buddhism – Map! Buddhism in 1500 C.E. Buddhism Today Buddhism located in Southeast and East Asia (China) Then and Now
11 Buddhism Location in 1500 Location Today Life of Buddha Four Noble TruthsEightfold PathImportance of Asoka and the spread of BuddhismWhy Buddhism? Why not stay a Hindu?Turn to Your Partner, Check for Understanding
12 Review Your Notes! Analyze your notes = go back and reread Use these following symbols as you reread:? = confusedX = main point! = interestedDiscuss with your neighbor what you LEARNED about Hinduism and Buddhism…Complete Part 3 (Venn Diagram) comparing and contrasting the two religions.
13 These Five Things 1. Religion is a reflection of human society. 2. 5 major World Religions that have dominated our history3. Monotheistic = one GOD…polytheistic = multiple GODS4. Hinduism is a polytheistic religion that focuses on the caste system, reincarnation, and karma to establish order in a chaotic world.5. Buddhism is an atheistic religion that is a reaction to Hinduism, was founded by Siddhartha Gautama, spread by Asoka, and believes in nirvana, Four Noble Truths, and Eightfold Path.
14 Judaism, Christianity, and Islam Complete Part 2 on your worksheet“excerpts of …”
15 Judaism – Map! Judaism in 1500 C.E. Judaism Today In 1500, located in Europe and Middle EastToday, located in Israel and U.S.
16 Judaism Location in 1500 Location Today Torah, Old Testament, and AbrahamTen Commandments and MosesJewish lawConcept of state vs. social justiceTurn to Your Partner, Check for Understanding
17 Christianity – Map! Christianity 1500 C.E. Christianity Today In 1500, located in Europe and Middle EastToday, located in Americas and Europe
19 Christianity Location in the 1500s Location Today Jesus as the Messiah, Son of GodNew Testament teachings – Life of Jesus, and message of forgivenessEstablishment of the Christian Church by early Church councils. Ex. Nicene CreedLife after deathTurn to Your Partner, Check for Understanding
20 Islam – Map! Islam in 1500 C.E. Islam Today In 1500, located in Middle East, Africa, and Southern EuropeToday, located in Middle East, Africa, and Asia
22 Islam Location in the 1500s Location Today Life of Muhammed, hijra, hajjQu’ran (Koran)Five PillarsSunni and Shi’ite MuslimsMecca and MedinaTurn to Your Partner, Check for Understanding
23 Review Your Notes! Analyze your notes = go back and reread Use these following symbols as you reread:? = confusedX = main point! = interestedDiscuss with your neighbor what you LEARNED about Judaism, Christianity, and Islam…Complete Part 3, comparing and contrasting the last two questions.
24 These Five Things1. Judaism is a monotheistic religion that was founded by Abraham, has a holy book called the Torah, and believes in a law code called the Ten Commandments.2. Christianity is a monotheistic faith that believes Jesus is the son of God, had church councils define Christian faith, and focuses on life after death.3. Islam is a monotheistic faith that believes Muhammed is the first prophet, has a holy book called the Qu’ran (Koran), has a code of conduct called the Five Pillars, and has two holy places of Mecca and Medina.4. Christianity was located in Europe and the Middle East in 1500 C.E.; Christianity is located in the Americas and Europe today.5. Islam was located in the Middle East, North Africa, and Southern Europe in 1500 C.E.; Islam is located in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East today.