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Origins of Islam Storyboard Directions. Name Date Period. Arabian Peninsula Before Muhammad. Write and find pictures about the following (underline the words you use below): Arabian Peninsula Crossroads location Desert Nomads Oasis Clans/Tribes Kaaba Polytheism Mecca.

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arabian peninsula before muhammad
Arabian Peninsula Before Muhammad

Write and find pictures about the following (underline the words you use below):

  • Arabian Peninsula
  • Crossroads location
  • Desert
  • Nomads
  • Oasis
  • Clans/Tribes
  • Kaaba
  • Polytheism
  • Mecca
slide 2 muhammad s early life
Slide #2: Muhammad’s Early Life

Muhammad’s Early Life: pg. 59

Write and find pictures about the following (underline the words you use below):

  • Birth
  • Muhammad
  • Orphan
  • Trader
  • Caravan
  • Uncle
  • Married
  • Khadajah
slide 3 muhammad becomes a prophet
Slide #3 Muhammad Becomes a Prophet:

Muhammad Becomes a Prophet, pg. 60

  • Explain and find pictures about
  • Muhammad meditated and fasted in a cave (40 years old)
  • The angel Gabriel spoke to him
  • Recite
  • He received messages from Allah
  • Later, he recorded these messages in the Qur’an
  • People of the Book
slide 4 muhammad receives opposition
Slide #4 Muhammad receives opposition:

Muhammad receives opposition, pg. 61-63

  • Write and find pictures about
  • Kaaba
  • Idols destroyed
  • Wealthy merchants
  • Rejected
  • Plot to kill
slide 5 hegira
Slide #5: Hegira

Hegira, pg. 62 and 63

  • Write and find pictures about
  • Flee
  • Medina “the Prophet’s City”
  • 622 AD
  • Hegira
  • Battles
  • Mecca as the “Holy City”
  • Died
slide 6 7 teachings of islam
Slide #6-7: Teachings of Islam

Teachings of Isalm, pg. 66-69

Explain their importance and find pictures about

  • Monotheism
  • Sunnah
  • Shariah
  • Five Pillars of Faith
  • Mosque
slide 9
Slide #9

Three Religions, pg. 60

Find the picture of the Torah, Bible and Qur’an

  • Explain which book belongs to which followers
  • EXPLAIN WHAT THEY HAVE IN COMMON
slide 10
Slide #10

The Kaaba (Shrine), pg. 62

  • Find a picture of the Kaaba
  • EXPLAIN WHAT IT IS AND WHY ITS IMPORTANT
  • Located in Mecca
  • A place at Muslims worship Allah
slide 11
Slide #11

The Hajj orPilgrimage, pg. 62; 86

Write and find s picture about:

  • Muslim pilgrims who travel to Mecca to the Grand Mosque in Mecca once in their life time to pray and worship Allah
  • Find a picture of Saudi Arabia, Mecca
  • Explain what they do on their Hajj
    • Ex: They wear all white, they wash before they pray
slide 12
Slide #12

Fatimah, pg. 65

Draw and color pictures about her

  • Whose daughter was she
  • Why was she important
  • Did she do anything important
  • When did she live
  • Where did she live
middle east and islam in the news
Middle East and Islam in the NEWS
  • Find articles in the news about the Middle East and Islam
  • Explain at least ONE of the articles:
    • Where does it take place (picture)
    • Who is involved
    • What happened
    • Connection with what you are learning in history class
    • Your opinion of the situation