Standard 7.2.2.: Trace the origins of Islam and the life and teachings of Muhammad, including Islamic teachings on the connection with Judaism and Christianity.
Aim: The historians of 2017 will be able to list the core Islamic beliefs (5 pillars of Islam).
Task 1: Write all your grades in your agenda (I will only be reminding you this week).
Task 3: We are going to watch this video find out more about Islam and Muslims' core beliefs:
Task 4: Open your notes on Muhammad from last week. Below your notes on Muhammad, create a new section called the five pillars of Islam. Open this Presentation. As I go through the presentation, you are going to be taking notes. You can always go back to the presentation if you need to reference it later.
Task 5: Create a Tumblr post describing the five pillars of Islam and why they are important to the religion of Islam. Afterwards, make sure you're following all your teammates on Tumblr. Mr. Sanders will show you how to complete this step.
Islam test on Friday. Write it in your agenda!