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Please enter the room quietly and make note of the class work and homework in your agendas.

Will the person responsible for retrieving the journals for your table please do so.


Directions: On pages 66-70 find and define the following words in your journal:

1) Muhammad -

2) Oasis -

3) Nomadic -

4) Sedentary -

5) Khadija -


Directions: On pages 66-70 find and define the following words in your journal:

1) Muhammad - The prophet of Islam.

2) Oasis -

3) Nomadic -

4) Sedentary -

5) Khadija -


Directions: On pages 66-70 find and define the following words in your journal:

1) Muhammad - The prophet of Islam.

2) Oasis - A fertile place in the desert where a spring or well provides a water supply.

3) Nomadic -

4) Sedentary -

5) Khadija -


Directions: On pages 66-70 find and define the following words in your journal:

1) Muhammad - The prophet of Islam.

2) Oasis - A fertile place in the desert where a spring or well provides a water supply.

3) Nomadic - People who move from place to place with no fixed home.

4) Sedentary -

5) Khadija -


Directions: On pages 66-70 find and define the following words in your journal:

1) Muhammad - The prophet of Islam.

2) Oasis - A fertile place in the desert where a spring or well provides a water supply.

3) Nomadic - People who move from place to place with no fixed home.

4) Sedentary - Settled (people).

5) Khadija -


Directions: On pages 66-70 find and define the following words in your journal:

1) Muhammad - The prophet of Islam.

2) Oasis - A fertile place in the desert where a spring or well provides a water supply.

3) Nomadic - People who move from place to place with no fixed home.

4) Sedentary - Settled (people).

5) Khadija - Muhammad's wife.


The Origin of Islam words in your journal:

Where did the Islamic faith begin?


The Arabian Peninsula from space. words in your journal:

DESERT


Read the section words in your journal:A Difficult Land on page 66 and answer these questions:

1) Why, for most of its history, were Arabians able to avoid foreign conquests (be specific)?

2) What does Arabia have very little of and what did Arabs come to rely on?


Read the section words in your journal:A Difficult Land on page 66 and answer these questions:

1) Why, for most of its history, were Arabians able to avoid foreign conquests (be specific)?

The harsh environment that they live in. Most of the lands that surround them are desert.

2) What does Arabia have very little of and what did Arabs come to rely on?


Read the section words in your journal:A Difficult Land on page 66 and answer these questions:

1) Why, for most of its history, were Arabians able to avoid foreign conquests (be specific)?

The harsh environment that they live in. Most of the lands that surround them are desert.

2) What does Arabia have very little of and what did Arabs come to rely on?

Arabia has very little water and they have come to rely on oases.


Oasis words in your journal:


Tribal Cultures words in your journal:


Read the section words in your journal:A Tribal Culture on pages 67-68 and answer these questions:

1) What was the name of the nomadic tribe, how did they live and how are they described?

2) What were the sedentary Arabs for the most part and where did they live?

3) What was the name of the largest town in this region, who was born in this town and when?


Read the section words in your journal:A Tribal Culture on pages 67-68 and answer these questions:

1) What was the name of the nomadic tribe, how did they live and how are they described?

The nomadic tribe was known as Bedouins. They lived in rural areas, herded sheep and goats. They would travel across the desert on camels stopping at oases to get water food and supplies. They were fiercely independent and skilled at warfare.

2) What were the sedentary Arabs for the most part and where did they live?

3) What was the name of the largest town in this region, who was born in this town and when?


Read the section words in your journal:A Tribal Culture on pages 67-68 and answer these questions:

1) What was the name of the nomadic tribe, how did they live and how are they described?

The nomadic tribe was known as Bedouins. They lived in rural areas, herded sheep and goats. They would travel across the desert on camels stopping at oases to get water food and supplies. They were fiercely independent and skilled at warfare.

2) What were the sedentary Arabs for the most part and where did they live? The sedentary Arabs were farmers and traders they lived near oases and in small towns.

3) What was the name of the largest town in this region, who was born in this town and when?


Read the section words in your journal:A Tribal Culture on pages 67-68 and answer these questions:

1) What was the name of the nomadic tribe, how did they live and how are they described?

The nomadic tribe was known as Bedouins. They lived in rural areas, herded sheep and goats. They would travel across the desert on camels stopping at oases to get water food and supplies. They were fiercely independent and skilled at warfare.

2) What were the sedentary Arabs for the most part and where did they live? The sedentary Arabs were farmers and traders they lived near oases and in small towns.

3) What was the name of the largest town in this region, who was born in this town and when?

The largest town was Mecca and Muhammad was born there around 570.


Farmers words in your journal:

Bedouins


Muhammad words in your journal:


Read the section words in your journal:Muhammad’s Early Life on page 69 and answer these questions:

1) What was Muhammad critical of and why?

2) In 610 what did Muhammad have, who visited him and what did they tell him?

3) What did Muhammad’s wife Khadija tell him after he had his vision?


Read the section words in your journal:Muhammad’s Early Life on page 69 and answer these questions:

1) What was Muhammad critical of and why? He was critical of Meccan society. All around him he saw greed corruption and violence. Arab traditions of honor and duty were being ignored.

2) In 610 what did Muhammad have, who visited him and what did they tell him?

3) What did Muhammad’s wife Khadija tell him after he had his vision?


Read the section words in your journal:Muhammad’s Early Life on page 69 and answer these questions:

1) What was Muhammad critical of and why? He was critical of Meccan society. All around him he saw greed corruption and violence. Arab traditions of honor and duty were being ignored.

2) In 610 what did Muhammad have, who visited him and what did they tell him? Muhammad had a vision. He was visited by the angel Gabriel who told him to spread God's word.

3) What did Muhammad’s wife Khadija tell him after he had his vision?


Read the section words in your journal:Muhammad’s Early Life on page 69 and answer these questions:

1) What was Muhammad critical of and why? He was critical of Meccan society. All around him he saw greed corruption and violence. Arab traditions of honor and duty were being ignored.

2) In 610 what did Muhammad have, who visited him and what did they tell him? Muhammad had a vision. He was visited by the angel Gabriel who told him to spread God's word.

3) What did Muhammad’s wife Khadija tell him after he had his vision? She told him to have faith and that he would be a Prophet.


Muhammad's Vision words in your journal:


Muhammad Begins to Preach Islam words in your journal:


Read the section words in your journal:The Rise of Islam on page 69 and answer these questions:

1) According to Muhammad, what was God’s true name?

2) What did Muhammad claim to be and what was the name of the religion he was preaching?

3) What does the term Muslim mean and how did some Arabs respond to these Muslims?


Read the section words in your journal:The Rise of Islam on page 69 and answer these questions:

1) According to Muhammad, what was God’s true name?

God's true name was Allah.

2) What did Muhammad claim to be and what was the name of the religion he was preaching?

3) What does the term Muslim mean and how did some Arabs respond to these Muslims?


Read the section words in your journal:The Rise of Islam on page 69 and answer these questions:

1) According to Muhammad, what was God’s true name?

God's true name was Allah.

2) What did Muhammad claim to be and what was the name of the religion he was preaching?

He claimed to be the final prophet of God and he was preaching the religion of Islam.

3) What does the term Muslim mean and how did some Arabs respond to these Muslims?


Read the section words in your journal:The Rise of Islam on page 69 and answer these questions:

1) According to Muhammad, what was God’s true name?

God's true name was Allah.

2) What did Muhammad claim to be and what was the name of the religion he was preaching?

He claimed to be the final prophet of God and he was preaching the religion of Islam.

3) What does the term Muslim mean and how did some Arabs respond to these Muslims?

Muslim means followers of Islam. Some Arabs were hostile toward Muhammad and his message and they began to persecute him and his followers.


Read the section words in your journal:The Hijra on page 70 and answer these questions:

1) In 622 where did Muhammad and his followers go, what did this city become known as?

2) What did Muhammad become in Medina and what else did he do?

3) In 630 where did Muhammad go and what did he do when he got there?

4) After his death what happened to Islam?


Read the section words in your journal:The Hijra on page 70 and answer these questions:

1) In 622 where did Muhammad and his followers go, what did this city become known as? Muhammad and his followers went to the town of Yathrib, which was later renamed Medina, which means "city of the prophet."

2) What did Muhammad become in Medina and what else did he do?

3) In 630 where did Muhammad go and what did he do when he got there?

4) After his death what happened to Islam?


Read the section words in your journal:The Hijra on page 70 and answer these questions:

1) In 622 where did Muhammad and his followers go, what did this city become known as? Muhammad and his followers went to the town of Yathrib, which was later renamed Medina, which means "city of the prophet."

2) What did Muhammad become in Medina and what else did he do? Muhammed became a political and military leader and led raiding parties.

3) In 630 where did Muhammad go and what did he do when he got there?

4) After his death what happened to Islam?


Read the section words in your journal:The Hijra on page 70 and answer these questions:

1) In 622 where did Muhammad and his followers go, what did this city become known as? Muhammad and his followers went to the town of Yathrib, which was later renamed Medina, which means "city of the prophet."

2) What did Muhammad become in Medina and what else did he do? Muhammed became a political and military leader and led raiding parties.

3) In 630 where did Muhammad go and what did he do when he got there? He returned to Mecca and conquered it. He banned the worship of any old gods and proclaimed Islam to be the religion of Arabia.

4) After his death what happened to Islam?


Read the section words in your journal:The Hijra on page 70 and answer these questions:

1) In 622 where did Muhammad and his followers go, what did this city become known as? Muhammad and his followers went to the town of Yathrib, which was later renamed Medina, which means "city of the prophet."

2) What did Muhammad become in Medina and what else did he do? Muhammed became a political and military leader and led raiding parties.

3) In 630 where did Muhammad go and what did he do when he got there? He returned to Mecca and conquered it. He banned the worship of any old gods and proclaimed Islam to be the religion of Arabia.

4) After his death what happened to Islam? It spread.


Muhammad leaves Mecca for Medina (Yarthrib). words in your journal:

Muhammad returns and conquers Mecca.


Video: The Messenger of God words in your journal:

1) PLEASE NOT TALKING.

You are responsible for taking notes about information that you find important that is shown in this video.


Muhammad's Life words in your journal:

At your tables construct a Sequence (Flow) map using the evens from the life of Muhammad.

Event

Event

Event

Event

Give the date and what happened.

Give the date and what happened.

Give the date and what happened.

Give the date and what happened.


Muhammad's Life words in your journal:

At your tables construct a Sequence (Flow) map using the evens from the life of Muhammad.

Example

Event

Event

In 570 Muhammad is born in the city of Mecca.

Event

Give the date and what happened.

Give the date and what happened.

Give the date and what happened.


Exit Ticket words in your journal:

Name/Period:

Culture

Muhammad started the Islamic faith. He became a religious leader who many follow. Are you religious? If so what religious leader do you follow and why?If you are not religious who influences you to do the right thing?


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