Ch 13: OAE - Integrated Social Studies: Rise of the Islamic Nation

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Prepare to teach your students about topics related to the rise of the Islamic nation by watching the engaging video lessons in this chapter. Then, apply your renewed knowledge when you take the OAE - Integrated Social Studies examination.

OAE - Integrated Social Studies: Rise of the Islamic Nation - Chapter Summary

Explore world religions and expand your understanding of the teachings of Mohammed when you watch this chapter's video lessons. As you continue learning about the Islamic faith, you'll have opportunities to further examine the similarities between Islam, Christianity and Judaism. Get ready for the OAE - Integrated Social Studies examination and increase your ability to:

  • Explain the conflicts that took place within the early church
  • Discuss Mohammed and the birth of Islam
  • Identify the five pillars of the Islamic faith
  • Examine the belief systems of different world religions
  • Understand more about the progression of Islam
  • Describe the achievements of Muslim scholars

Social studies experts teach the video lessons and can answer your related questions. Study independently whenever your schedule allows. All you need is access to Web-ready technology. Utilize clickable links to important terms as well as corresponding transcripts of the lessons. If you prefer, use the video tags to move from topic to topic. Take the lesson quizzes to ensure your preparedness to answer related questions on the OAE - Integrated Social Studies examination.

OAE - Integrated Social Studies - Rise of the Islamic Nation Chapter Objectives

The OAE - Integrated Social Studies examination is divided into five domains: Historiography and World History, U.S. History, Geography and Culture, Government, and Economics. The topics covered in this chapter may be found within the Historiography and World History section, which makes up 25% of the assessment score. Prove your ability to teach the topics that were taught in this chapter as you seek a social studies teaching certification in Ohio. The examination is computer based and consists of 150 multiple-choice questions. You'll be allowed up to three hours for completion.

5 Lessons in Chapter 13: OAE - Integrated Social Studies: Rise of the Islamic Nation
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The Spread of Islam and the Progress of the Caliphates

1. The Spread of Islam and the Progress of the Caliphates

After the death of Mohammed, Islam continued to spread through Arabia, the Middle East and Africa. This lesson is an overview of Islam's progress from the faith of Mecca to a faith for all the world.

Islam Divides: The Sunni and the Shiite

2. Islam Divides: The Sunni and the Shiite

This lesson will seek to explain the divide between the Sunnis and Shiites of Islamic culture. In doing so, it will highlight the Prophet Muhammad, Ali, Abu Bakr, and the position of Islamic Caliph.

Islamic Civilization & Society

3. Islamic Civilization & Society

Before the year 600, the Middle East was a no man's land between Persia and Byzantium. Then, 100 years later, it was the heartland of an empire that would grow larger than its predecessors put together. This lesson details the changes to society during that time.

Muslim Learning: Scientific, Artistic, Medical & Literary Accomplishments

4. Muslim Learning: Scientific, Artistic, Medical & Literary Accomplishments

The Abbasid caliphate (750-1258 CE) oversaw the Golden Age of Islam. Learn about the accomplishments of Muslim scholars in art, literature, science, medicine and mathematics during this time.

Trade & Cultural Exchange in the Muslim Empire

5. Trade & Cultural Exchange in the Muslim Empire

During the Middle Ages, trade in the West may have slowed to a standstill, but the same could not be said for the Islamic World. In this lesson, we'll look at how trading actually took off during this period.

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