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Ch 12: Religion & Culture of Islam

About This Chapter

Create interesting lectures and assessments with help from this teacher resource chapter on the culture and religion of Islam. Our short, interesting social studies lessons outline these topics clearly for use in the classroom while our quizzes can be used to check student comprehension.

Religion & Culture of Islam - Chapter Summary

Designed by expert instructors, this helpful teacher resource chapter covers the religion and culture of Islam. Our mobile-friendly and easy-to-navigate video lessons outline the birth of Islam, the five tenets of the faith and the beliefs of different sects of Muslims. You can show just one part of a video lesson in your class with the easy to navigate video tabs or show the whole collection of videos.

How It Helps

  • Simplifies planning: Instead of writing your own curriculum and assessments on the religion of Islam, using this chapter to do your lesson planning saves you time.
  • Provides resources: You'll find quizzes, printable lesson transcripts, videos and more on Islam that you can use in the classroom.
  • Engages students: This chapter on the culture of Islam is written for teachers by teachers who know how to capture the attention of students and involve them in the subjects that they're learning.

Skills Covered

By using this chapter, your students should be able to:

  • Detail Mohammed and the birth of Islam
  • Outline Islamic society and civilization
  • Identify the five tenets of Islam
  • Differentiate between the beliefs of Sunni and Shiite Muslims
  • Explain the medical, literary, artistic and scientific accomplishments of Islam

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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