Stop the Violence: A Guide to Cultural Understanding. STOP. 2 nd Quarter Project World History Advanced. Socrates once said…. “Ignorance leads to evil.”. Confucius once said…. “Do unto others as you would have others do unto you.”.
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2nd Quarter Project
World History Advanced
“Ignorance leads to evil.”
“Do unto others as you would have others do unto you.”
- To educate non-Muslims about the beliefs, traditions, and history of the Islamic faith. (This may be difficult because of some pre-concieved notions of many Americans since 9/11)
Presentation organized clearly and correctly; identified name, and is broken down into four major chapters.
History of Islam chapter includes: Founder, birthplace, what he did to spread Islam, holy cities, holy book, name of God, where Islam began, and where Islamic people worship.
Islamic beliefs chapter includes: Five pillars, dietary restrictions, beliefs about marriage, role of women, explanation of jihad, and view of slavery.
Cultural advances chapter includes: family structure, types of art, role of architecture, How Arabs view others' ideas, types of books, medical advances, and mathematical advances.Scoring Guide for 2nd Quarter Project:
Followed directions (on time, as assigned).
Correct mechanics (spelling, punctuation, capitalization).
Sentences and word choice are correct.
Spread of Islam chapter describes where Islam expanded to, Arab policy toward conquered people, and end of expansion.
Organized (logical and clear) and easy to follow.
Complete (included all details).
Work neatly done.
Used care in producing products.
Completes tasks on time and to expectations. (Can be deducted multiple times)
Uses an effective problem-solving method.
"Goes Beyond" Criteria
Creativity, extra effort, depth, higher thinking, understanding (Specify)