SS7H2b. This lesson explains the reasons for the current conflict between Israelis and Palestinians in Israel. It explores the Zionist movement, the Holocaust, and both sides claims to the land. It includes a PowerPoint, an activator using a rap
This 123-slide powerpoint discusses the history of the Middle East from Mesopotamia to modern times. There are many pictures, graphic organizers, and several journal responses. This powerpoint is a combination of powerpoint information generated by
"Middle East Song" MP3 from "Geography Songs" CD by Kathy Troxel/Audio Memory The Middle East has Israel, Iran, Iraq, Bahrain and Yemen, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, island of Cyprus, Jordan and Lebanon, Turkey and
This 30 piece clip-art set includes 15 Friends and Family characters (various ages). 15 BW and 15 Color. Images are about 3" by 7", 300 png (some shorter or taller with transparent background. All characters are Muslim or Arabic. This set is a
This is a poem that discusses the formation of: Judaism, Christianity and Islam in the Middle East. This is beneficial because it shows how all of the religions are tied together. The poem discusses the following: Adam and Eve, Abraham, Noah, King
This powerpoint presentation is a stress free way to inform your students about the 5 Pillars of the Islamic Faith. It breaks down each Pillar by their Arabic name, their literal meaning and important details/pictures of each.
Vice on HBO Special Report Fighting ISIS Air Date Jan 29, 2016 with Correspondent Ben Anderson Video Link Provided as a courtesy- VICE presents this authoritative look at how the Islamic State was made, and what its future holds as the world's
If you are looking for a quick geographic overview of Armenia you came to the right place. This presentation provides eye-catching images and description of the country in a summary. Work cited page is provided at the end. Graphic organizer allows
There are 5 journal responses ranging from topics, such as Sumerians, Hammurabi, the Ottoman Empire, Sennacherib, and the Crusades. Most of the journal responses require students to imagine that they lived during the time period and requires them to
A rigorous and FUN Jeopardy review / game for students who have studied the history of Islam. FIVE categories with FIVE questions per category, plus one final jeopardy question (with music, though I recommend giving most students two rounds of it
This is GREAT, both for the students to realize what they can do better in studying for tests. It is also helpful for the teacher to see what he/she can do better to help prepare the students more!
This listing is for a worksheet of 52-questions that go with the New York Times Upfront Article "Six-Day War" by Sam Roberts. The article is found in the April 2, 2012 issue. The article is not included. There are several free links on the
This is just a short story written by a Muslim revert about experiences of learning about Islam in a humorous manner.
This powerpoint presentation on the Middle East describes the growth of Islam in its early centuries and the relationship and conflict between its two major sects - Sunni and Shia. After this lesson, you will understand the diversity of belief in
Killer Kids of the Taliban - Taliban-supported child suicide bombers in Afghanistan. Season 1 Episode 1B - Aired April 5th 2013 New story running time 15 minutes The Killer Kids of the Taliban - Correspondent: Shane Smith YouTube Video Link
The darbouka is one of a group of goblet-shaped drums played throughout the Middle East, Turkey and North Africa. Historians think that these drums date back to Ancient Babylonia and that the name comes from the Arabic word “darba”, meaning "to
Central Question: How does the killing of Armenians by the Ottoman Empire (Turkey) during WWI meet the criteria of “genocide” as specified by the UN? Students will analyze the definition of "genocide" as specified by the UN and determine whether
SS7H2d. This lesson explains the reasons for recent U.S. involvement in the Middle East. It explores the firs Persian Gulf War, the events of September 11th, the Invasion of Afghanistan, and the Invasion of Iraq. It contains a thorough presentation
This project on the history and culture of the Middle East, enables students to choose from various assignments of different levels and difficulty. It is a tiered assignment, however the optional project components are set u[p in the format of a
ISIS- the Islamic State in Iraq and Al Sham (Syria) Iraq Syria Video Notes Movie Guide and a Constructed Response question as a post viewing writing activity. Youtube Video link provided as a courtesy- https://youtu.be/g5_nZsDvSkc Viemo link
This is a simple but powerful Method to Learn and Teach Arabic Language for both children and adults. You will be enjoy the story and the characters with your family and friends but most importantly you the LETTERS WILL STICK. There are 14