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Bell ringer, 1-5. Applying Map skills, page 301. Use map to answer the following questions. Please skip three lines and write each question. What 2 major rivers are located in the Fertile Crescent? Which is located farther north – Upper or Lower Egypt?

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Bell ringer, 1-5

Applying Map skills, page 301. Use map to answer the following questions. Please skip three lines and write each question.

  • What 2 major rivers are located in the Fertile Crescent?
  • Which is located farther north – Upper or Lower Egypt?
  • What three cities lie on the Euphrates River?
  • Which city lies on the Tigris River?
  • On what sea does Tyre lie?
slide2

Today's Objective ...

  • Explain the early advancements in Mesopotamia
  • Discuss the ancient Egyptians achievements
slide3

In Today's Planner ...

Bell ringer

Wheel Chart – Mesopotamia

Ch. 10 Vocabulary terms you should know

Vocabulary quiz

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Mesopotamia! (page 300)

  • A civilization is highly developed
  • ----- which displays 5 traits …
  • “M” is home of earliest known ----- in world

Organized government

Specialized workers

Systems of writing

Cities

Religions

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Chapter 10 Vocabulary Flashcards

Sumerian writing

Systems using

Wedge shaped

Symbols pressed

Into clay tablets(T)

A city and

Its

surrounding

Countryside (q)

Area formed

From a soil

deposit

Located at the

Mouth of a river

(T)

A group of lands

Under on ruler

(Q)

In Judaism and

Christianity, a

Savior sent by

God

Belief in

One God

(T) Form of

government

In which one

Individual ruled as

Both Religious leader

and king

An agreement

(T)

300 – 311

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Mesopotamia! (page 300-01)

@ 4500 B.C. ------ began to settle in river valley to farm fertile soil.

------- means “land between the rivers” (Tigris & Euphrates) (T)

This period saw creation of irrigation, 12 month calendar and plow … all led to increase in ---------.

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Bell ringer, 1-6

Please copy down the questions (10). Please skip three lines per question. Thanks.

  • What was a ziggurat?
  • Where did the earliest city-states arise?
  • What was the world’s first known story?
  • What concepts did we borrow from the Babylonians?
  • For what two things are Phoenicians known ?
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Bell ringer, 1-6

Please copy down the questions (10). Please skip three lines per question. Thanks.

  • Who were the Asians that invaded ancient Egypt?
  • Why did Egyptians' embalm their dead?
  • What is the similarity between Yahweh and Allah?
  • What is the role of the messiah in Jewish and Christian religious belief?
  • List some of the differences among the three monotheistic religions.
slide14

Today's Objective ...

  • Explain the early advancements in Mesopotamia
  • Discuss the ancient Egyptians achievements
slide15

In Today's Planner ...

  • Bell ringer
  • Complete Wheel Chart on Mesopotamia
  • GR 1-1 (HWK)
  • Code of Hammurabi
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Bell ringer, 1-9

Copy down the following statements; read pages 301 and 302 to fill in the blanks.

  • King _____ created the first empire or group of states under one ruler.
  • The code of ______ served as a basis for future codes of law.
  • The greatest Chaldean king, Nebuchadnezzar, rebuilt the city of _____.
  • The royal palace at Babylon is known for its ____.
  • The Sumerians invented the _____ which replaced muscle power with wind power.
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King Hammurabi, pg 302

Greatest king of Babylon (T); pushed his empire to the ---------- Sea

Built temples & irrigational canals; encouraged ------ & new ideas

Code of ---------

covered almost every aspect of daily life; “eye for an eye”

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------ were 1st people to write down laws and keep records

First Systems of Writing, pg 301-02

Created system called _________

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------ were 1st people to write down laws and keep records

Only the ----- could send kids to school; trained to become scribes

First Systems of Writing, pg 301-02

Epic of Gilgamesh

First written story; very similar to the story of the flood from the -----

Created system called _________

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Bell ringer,1-10

Copy 4 questions; Read the passage and answer.

  • From what document is this passage taken?
  • According to the code, what happened to a builder if a house he built fell down and killed the owner? (T)
  • What happened if the house collapsed and owner’s child was killed? (T)
  • What result do you think Hammurabi’s code had on builders in his empire? (T)
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Today's Objective ...

  • Explain the early advancements in Mesopotamia
  • Discuss the ancient Egyptians achievements
slide27

In Today's Planner ...

  • Bell ringer
  • Wheel Chart – Ancient Egypt
  • 8 Questions you should know …
  • Wheel Chart – Ancient Egypt
slide28

Egypt - Gift of the Nile, pg 303-04

Egypt developed along

____ in Africa

Nile is

_______ river in world

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Egypt - Gift of the Nile, pg 303-04

Most live near delta of Nile River; there they _____ the land

Egypt developed along

____ in Africa

Nile is

_______ river in world

Nile River _____ regularly leaving silt which is ideal for farming

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8 questions you should know ...

Where did the

First permanent

Human

settlements

Occur?

Why did the

Egyptians build

The Pyramids?

The first empire

Was created by

Which warlike

Peoples?

What is a culture

that has developed

A system of

writing, Cities

& specialized

Workers?

What is a plant

Used to make a

Form of paper?

What is a

System of writing

Developed by the

Egyptians?

What is a

Group of states

Under one ruler?

Which ancient

People developed an

Alphabet that gave

Rise to the Latin alphabet

Pages 300-305

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Egypt and the Pharaohs, pg 304

Ancient Egypt first consisted of 2 kingdoms, _______ and _______ were united in 3100 B.C.

______ was ruler; thought of as a god, ruler & priest

“P” owned all land; built dams, irrigation canals, ran _______ and controlled _______

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Mummies!

The Pyramids!

  • Tombs designed to protect pharaoh’s body from floods & bandits
  • For example, the Great Pyramid at Giza
  • Believed in life after death.
  • Body was embalmed; known as a mummy
  • Rich were buried in tombs
slide33

Bell ringer, 1-11

Please copy down the following questions (10). Please skip three lines per question Also, please have planner out and on your table.

  • What does the Torah refer to?
  • With whom does Judaism begin?
  • What are the four corner stones of Judaism?
  • When does the Holocaust occur?
  • In what city is the Wailing Wall?

Video - Judaism

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Bell ringer, 1-11

Please copy down the following questions (10). Please skip three lines per question Also, please have planner out and on your table.

6. What two major religions originate from Judaism?

7. Rosh Hosanna is the Jewish what?

8. Hanukah candles symbolize a life of religious what?

9. According to Judaism who is responsible for tragedies?

10. A “bar mitzvah” is a beginning of what?

Video - Judaism

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Today's Objective ...

  • Describe the world’s three largest monotheistic religions
  • Explain the similarities and differences among Judaism, Christianity and Islam
slide36

In Today's Planner ...

Bell ringer

Video – Judaism

Web Map – Judaism

HWK – GR 1-1 Handout

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The Three Monotheistic Faiths

Judaism

Christianity

Islam

slide38

The Three Monotheistic Faiths

Each of these 3 monotheistic religions descended from 1 man … Abraham …

This Abraham! (seen here sacrificing his son, Isaac)

No, not that Abraham …

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Judaism, pg 307-08

Oldest of 3 ------ faiths; began in SW Asia with Israelites (T)

Considered God’s Chosen People as long as they followed ------

laws

Torah  God made --------(T) with “A”; God also promised Canaan to “A” as well

“T”  Jews are descended from “A” & Sarah at least ------ years ago

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Bell ringer, 1-12

Analyzing the Map, page 308. Use the map on page 308 to answer the following questions. Please, write the question.

  • What quarter is located in the northeast part of the city?
  • In which quarter is the Church of the Holy Sepulchre?
  • Into which quarter does the Zion gate led?
  • Which gate is farther north: Damascus or St. Stephen’s?
  • Is the Tomb of David inside or outside of the Old City?
slide42

Today's Objective ...

  • Describe the world’s three largest monotheistic religions
  • Explain the similarities and differences among Judaism, Christianity and Islam
slide43

In Today's Planner ...

  • Bell ringer
  • Web Map – Judaism
  • Video – Judaism
  • Quiz – Ch. 10, Section 1 (Open Book)
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Judaism, pg 307-08

Oldest of 3 ------ faiths; began in SW Asia with Israelites (T)

Considered God’s Chosen People as long as they followed ------

laws

Torah  God made --------(T) with “A”; God also promised Canaan to “A” as well

“T”  Jews are descended from “A” & Sarah at least ------ years ago

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The Ten Commandments pg 308

“J” believe God revealed ----------- to Moses, after he led Israelites (T) out of Egypt

Israelites gave loyalty to God alone; not to ------- any other deity

Also, all people, whether rich or poor, where treated ------

slide47

Bell ringer, 1-13

Please, write the question. Please have homework out & on the corner of table; Also, please have planner out & on your table.

  • What cheese is made backwards?
  • A man walks into a bar, what does he say?
  • What is so delicate that when you say its name, it is broken?
  • What state is surrounded most by water?
  • If you were running a race, and you passed the person in 2nd place, what place would you be in now?
slide48

Today's Objective ...

  • Describe the world’s three largest monotheistic religions
  • Explain the similarities and differences among Judaism, Christianity and Islam
slide49

In Today's Planner ...

Bell ringer

Video – Judaism

Time Line – Development of Judaism

Christianity Web map

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The Jews, page 308

1000 B.C., ----- creates kingdom in Israel; Jerusalem is cap.

Eventually, Jews are overrun by several different nations or -------

Diaspora (T) – Spread of Jewish people, ideas, ------- and learning

A Simple Jewish Timeline

By 922 B.C., kingdom splits into ----- and -----

Jews taken from Israel and spread throughout ------& Europe

slide51

Jesus, page 309

J began to preach that God loved all. Belief in God leads to -------

Many were -------- of J’s power & following. Looked for a reason to arrest him.

30 AD J went to ------- to worship; some greeted J as Messiah

Some were angered by this and arrested J for treason against -------

slide52

Bell ringer, 1-17

Please copy the questions (10). Please skip three lines per question. Please have planner on your table for me to sign.

  • What does the Arabic word “Islam” mean?
  • How many Muslims are there currently in the world?
  • What two things must Muslims do that seem to extreme to Westerners?
  • Who was the founder of Islam?
  • When and where was the prophet Muhammad born?

Video - Islam

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Bell ringer 1-17

Please copy the questions (10). Please skip three lines per question. Please have planner on your table for me to sign.

To what city does Muhammad flee in 622 C.E.?

When does Muhammad return to Makkah?

The Muslim empire eventually extended from Spain to what Asian country?

What are the 2 main groups of Islam?

The life of all Muslims is expressed in how many pillars of faith?

Video - Islam

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Today's Objective ...

  • Describe the world’s three largest monotheistic religions
  • Explain the similarities and differences among Judaism, Christianity and Islam
slide55

In Today's Planner ...

Bell ringer

Wheel Chart – Christianity

Video – Islam

Web map – Spread of Christianity

slide56

Jesus, page 309

J began to preach that God loved all. Belief in God leads to -------

Many were -------- of J’s power & following. Looked for a reason to arrest him.

30 AD J went to ------- to worship; some greeted J as Messiah

Some were angered by this and arrested J for treason against -------

slide57

Jesus, page 309

Convicted & crucified on ----

Disciples proclaimed he rose from the ----- & appeared

Preached that J was son of ----; teachings would lead to life

Began to call him Christ after Greek “Christos” meaning ------

slide58

Stories from “J” &

Early “C” writings

b/c basis for ---

--------

Disciples spread

Message; followers

Became known as

----------

300 AD ->

-----------

Proclaims “C”

A lawful religion

Spread of Christianity, page 310

Today, “C”

Has more --------

Than any other

religion

Mark several

Major holidays

--------,

Good Friday

& Easter (T)

3 major

“C” groups Catholic

Protestant,

--------

Orthodox