JudaismQuick View

Judaism

Some resorces on Judaism and covenants....more to be put on when I find all my resources....Will have a complete plan.
BexMO
Practices of JudaismQuick View

Practices of Judaism

This is a basic Powerpoint presentation for the grade 11 world religions course in Ontario, Canada. It paraphrases content from the textbook Exploring World Religions A Canadian Perspective. It also includes embedded links to several videos from Youtube.
travellingbelle
The Sacred Writings of Judaism WorksheetQuick View

The Sacred Writings of Judaism Worksheet

Judaism is the religion of the Jewish people. In Judaism, one of the most important ways for a person to please God is to study the scriptures, or sacred writings, and to live according to what they teach. Many Jews keep a scroll of an important scripture passage in a mezuzah (a holder attached to a doorpost) like the one shown here.
Linni0011
Cultural Impact of JudaismQuick View

Cultural Impact of Judaism

This is a Powerpoint presentation that paraphrases the content from Exploring World Religions A Canadian Perspective and is appropriate for the grade 11 world religions course (Ontario curriculum). It includes some embedded links to Youtube videos.
travellingbelle
The 10 Commandments vs. Hammurabi's Code primary source analysisQuick View

The 10 Commandments vs. Hammurabi's Code primary source analysis

A primary source analysis worksheet that gives students the opportunity to compare and contrast the 10 Commandments with Hammurabi's Code. This is a great activity to promote active reading comprehension, and leads to a great discussion about how Judaism influences other cultures throughout western civilization.
ltgunkel
World Religions Unit Plan Bundle (English and Spanish options)Quick View

World Religions Unit Plan Bundle (English and Spanish options)

This unit is designed to educate students on the 12 most common religions in the world today through web-based research: Baha’i, Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism, Hinduism, Islam, Jainism, Judaism, Shinto, Sikhism, Taoism and Zoroastrianism; while at the same time facilitating the development of opinions on spiritual matters, teaching tolerance, and strengthening student writing through daily prompts and a final creative writing project. A final assessment utilizing student research is provided. There are 16 days of PowerPoint presentations to guide the learning leading up to the creative writing project. Each lesson opens with a higher order thinking question designed to develop opinions and teach tolerance. Questions are presented in Spanish and English, with the option to edit out the Spanish. The file “writing rubric” contains a student friendly rubric based on the WIDA writing rubric which should be used daily to evaluate student writing and allow opportunities for teachers to conference with students on how to move to the next level. Following a period where students write their answers, students should be encouraged to share their answers orally and respond to each other, allowing an opportunity for students to engage in a class discussion around the questions.
EverythingELL
Rosh Hashanah Write The RoomQuick View

Rosh Hashanah Write The Room

Are you learning about Rosh Hashanah? This write the room will be a perfect addition to your study. In this write the room pack you will receive 10 Rosh Hashanah related pictures for your write the room center. They could also be used for vocabulary. There is a recording sheet and two sentence writing pages. Students will love having the chance to walk around the room searching for Rosh Hashanah pictures. (Pictures included are: shofar, Torah Scroll, candles, charity, challot, honey, prayer book, crown, fish head, and cast off sins.) For this center all you need to do is copy the cards, laminate and stick them up around the room. Students then take a clipboard, and recording sheet and write the words they find next to the picture on the recording sheet.
kindergartencouture
Israel Palestine Murder Mystery for Classroom with WorksheetQuick View

Israel Palestine Murder Mystery for Classroom with Worksheet

If you have ever done a murder mystery you know how fun they are. This murder mystery is designed to be used in a classroom and teaches about the creation of Israel and the Palestinian response. Set in Jerusalem it covers the PLO, Judaism, West Bank, Gaza Strip and more. Students in small groups (4-5) will enjoy learning about content and solving a murder at the same time! Can take 30-60 minutes, depending on how you use it. Instructions and a worksheet are included along with a map of the murder scene and answer key. A generic sample is shown in the images. Middle East United Nations UN World War II Holocaust Lesson Plan World Ancient Quick Student Driven Emergency Lesson Plan Europe History
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Shavuot Write The RoomQuick View

Shavuot Write The Room

Are you learning about Shavuot? This write the room will be a perfect addition to your study. In this write the room pack you will receive 10 Shavuot pictures for your write the room center. They could also be used for vocabulary. There is a recording sheet and two sentence writing pages. Students will love having the chance to walk around the room searching for Shavuot pictures. (Pictures included are: Torah, wheat, cheese, cupcake, grapes, Mt. Sinai, olives, date, milk, and 50 Days.) For this center all you need to do is copy the cards, laminate and stick them up around the room. Students then take a clipboard, and recording sheet and write the words they find next to the picture on the recording sheet.
kindergartencouture
Great Religions Like You Have Never Seen! For Human Geography World HistoryQuick View

Great Religions Like You Have Never Seen! For Human Geography World History

ONLINE GAMES JUST ADDED!!! If you want your kids to learn about religion and do all the work while having fun doing it, this is the packet for you. Check out the preview to get a better idea how it works. This packet lets your kids teach themselves about Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Christianity and Judaism while you sit back and watch. It has them solving puzzles to divide up vocabulary for each religion then building on that vocabulary with higher learning activities. Founders, birth place, time period, clergy, beliefs and more are covered. Easy to add to and adjust. This packet will give them a great base for your teaching. Can take three to five days to work through depending on how much you want to add to it. There were two content based games just added. Hangman and Battleship based on Great Religions were added and you, and your students, can use them. Check out my Choose Your Own Adventures which include college, career, apartheid, genocide, South Africa, Holocaust, and Neolithic. Also check out murder mysteries, board games, matching card activities Change the way you teach, river valley civilizations Mesopotamia Egypt Nile Tigris Euphrates Yellow Indus Jesus Christian Muhammad Islam Hindu Buddha Buddhist Buddhism Jewish Judaism Israel Muslim Abraham Religion Geography History Fun Interactive Emergency Lesson Plan
jeremymoore-bs-65
Origin of Democracy: How did democracy spread? ~ Student Activity ~Quick View

Origin of Democracy: How did democracy spread? ~ Student Activity ~

In this 46 page activity, your students will learn about the origins of democracy and will trace the spread of democracy from Greece and Rome to England, the U.S.A and France. Students will complete a series of activities, including a map activity, video activity, activating prior knowledge poster walk, and will visit 9 “stations” to examine the events that helped spread democracy. (Use all of the activities included in this lesson or each could be used alone!) “Station” topics include: The contributions of- Greece, Rome, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Renaissance, Scientific Revolution, Reformation, Enlightenment, Glorious Revolution, American Revolution, and the French Revolution- on the spread of Democracy throughout the world. A Creative EXIT CARD activity is included! Teacher STEP-BY-STEP directions and select answer keys are included.
learningisapassion
Technology in the Classroom Ask an Expert about Ancient Cultures:Quick View

Technology in the Classroom Ask an Expert about Ancient Cultures:

Website forums allow students to e-mail their questions to experts and receive a response within days. This type of person to person correspondence allows for to students to discover how Professional study is conducted in a variety of field , to gain new insights into a subject to receive the most up to date information, and to get clarification on abstract or difficult concepts. Time: This assignment will take one or two class periods. Task: Formulate questions for online experts Purpose: To gain more in depth knowledge of ancient cultures Directions: 1. Identify areas of interest in ancient cultures. Topics may (but are not limited to…) a. Indo-European language families b. The Aryan Caste System c. The Origins and diffusion of Hinduism or Buddhism, d. Judaism and the Kingdom of Israel e. Similarities and differences among Hinduism, Buddhism and Judaism 2. Use online forums and submit 1-2 questions- asking for clarification, in-depth information, or information on your topic of importance and why it is relevant today. 3. Create an “ask the Expert” bulletin board in the classroom where you can post your questions and the responses you have received. Technology tips: A. You can use keywords such as “Buddhism online forum” as a starting place B. Typing, “Ask an Expert” into a search engine will generate a list of sites. Many of these are designed for K-12 Students C. The Virtual Reference Desk (VRD) sponsored by the United States Department of Education is a good resource. Digital reference, or Ask A (Short for “as a librarian”) service, assist users in location information using library resources. Here you can learn about VDR through a Web site called the Librarian’s index to the Internet D. Local Libraries often have virtual reference desks. Here you should look for links on the local library homepage. My Web Librarian is one name to look for
Linni0011
Ruth: The Bride of the Kinsman Redeemer LapbookQuick View

Ruth: The Bride of the Kinsman Redeemer Lapbook

During the chaotic period of the Judges who governed Israel, when "there was no king, and everyone did as he saw fit," there emerged a beautiful love story between two unlikely people. Ruth was a pagan foreigner who needed redemption; her mother-in-law, Naomi, was a bitter shell of a woman who needed healing; and Boaz was the son of a prostitute who had migrated to Israel years ago. Who would suspect that this union would beget the great King David of Israel, and generations later, the Messiah? See the love story of Ruth in a whole new light with our accompanying Lapbook and study guide.
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Buddhism Religion Study - BuddhistQuick View

Buddhism Religion Study - Buddhist

Buddhism This Kid's Life is a booklet that focuses on how a child lives daily life in a their religion. This particular book tracks the life of a boy named Anzan who is a Buddhist boy living in China. Included: 1. A pre-test to see what your students know about the Buddhism religion 2. A 3 page letter from Anzan that describes his life as a Buddhist boy 3. Facts about Buddhism and discussion questions 4. Word Search Puzzle 5. Secret Code Puzzle 6. Create a Mandala 7. Finding Happiness Activity 8. Create a Four Noble Truths Butterfly 9. Postcard Writing Activity 10. Buddhism Writing Activity 11. Buddhism Phrases and Verses 12. Crossword Puzzle about Buddhism 13. Similarities and Differences Organizer and Writing Activity Related Products: World Religions - HUGE DISCOUNT! Islam Judaism Hinduism Christianity All artwork is original and create by myself. Thanks for looking at my products, Yvonne Crawford
YvonneCrawford
A History of God Video Notes History Channel Video Notes Questions OnlyQuick View

A History of God Video Notes History Channel Video Notes Questions Only

Judaism Christianity Islam (BASED ON HISTORY CHANNEL DOCUMENTARY OF KAREN ARMSTRONG'S BOOK AND NOT A GUIDE FOR THE ACTUAL AUDIO BOOK) Based on Karen Armstrong's acclaimed book, this feature-length History Channel film guides viewers along one of humanity's most elusive quests. For over 4,000 years, adherents of the world's monotheistic faiths have wrestled with the question of God. This extraordinary, feature-length film, based on Karen Armstrong's acclaimed book of the same name, traces that elusive and fascinating quest. A History of God examines the familiar images of deity as presented in the Bible and Koran and traces the evolution and interrelation of the various Christian, Jewish, and Islamic interpretations of the divine figure. Through balanced analysis of historic and holy texts and extensive use of ancient art and artifacts, we'll follow the long road to today's understanding of God and what the journey--and the destination--have to tell us about humanity and its never-ending search for meaning and comfort. From the time of Abraham to the present, this is a thought-provoking look at the God at the heart of the world's three great monotheistic religions. (Excerpt from bbc.co.uk) YouTube link provided as a courtesy:
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Sikhism Religion Study - SikhQuick View

Sikhism Religion Study - Sikh

Sikhism This Kid's Life is a booklet that focuses on how a child lives daily life in a their religion. This particular book tracks the life of a boy named Balveer who is a Sikh boy living in India. Included: 1. A pre-test to see what your students know about the Sikhism religion 2. A 3 page letter from Balveer that describes his life as a Sikh boy 3. Facts about Sikhism and discussion questions 4. Word Search Puzzle 5. Secret Code Puzzle 6. Create Khanda Mosaic Art 7. Create a Kangha 8. Paper Doll Activity 9. Postcard Writing Activity 10. Sikhism Writing Activity 11. Sikhism Phrases and Verses 12. Crossword Puzzle about Sikhism 13. Similarities and Differences Organizer and Writing Activity Related Products: World Religions - HUGE DISCOUNT! Islam Judaism Hinduism Christianity All artwork is original and create by myself. Thanks for looking at my products, Yvonne Crawford
YvonneCrawford
Epic of Gilgamesh/Noah's Flood primary source analysis and synthesis activityQuick View

Epic of Gilgamesh/Noah's Flood primary source analysis and synthesis activity

This is a project designed for high school World History. It consists of two primary source texts - an excerpt from the Epic of Gilgamesh and an excerpt from the story of Noah's Flood in the Bible - and several reading analysis questions that prompt students to practice reading comprehension, evidence-based inquiry, and synthesizing source materials. It's a nice blend of historical reading and English-language arts skills, it can be done individually or in groups, and makes for an effective 30-minute lesson.
ltgunkel