Islam Class Play or Assembly

Islam Class Play or Assembly
Islam Class Play or Assembly
Islam Class Play or Assembly
Islam Class Play or Assembly
Islam Class Play or Assembly
Islam Class Play or Assembly
Islam Class Play or Assembly
Islam Class Play or Assembly
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(352 KB|10 pages)
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Islam Class Play or Assembly
Cast of 30 - easily adapted up or down
Duration - around 10 minutes reading time, not including music at beginning and end
This class play tells the story of Muhammed and gives a brief outline of Islamic beliefs.
It is delivered by a Narrator plus speakers numbered 1 - 29. This script would be a useful supplement to the Baghdad: Early Islamic Civilisation script - as a description of Islam as a religion - with accompanying message of peace and respect for all learning.
There are also available guided reading/readers theatre scripts on this subject (under Baghdad: Early Islamic Civilisation Guided Reading Scripts – see below for comprehensive list)
Sample Text:
Narrator: Good morning and welcome to our assembly on Islam.
Let’s start with what Islam means.
Child 1: Islam is the Arabic word for submission.
Narrator: I’m guessing, submission to a god?
Child 2: One god – Allah!
Narrator: And the origins of this religion?
Child 3: The religion started AD 610 when Muhammed heard the word of God through the Arch Angel Gabriel.
Narrator: And where was this?
(Child 3 holds up map of the world)
Child 4: (Pointing to Saudi Arabia) Here, in Saudi Arabia, in the city of Mecca.
Narrator: And this Muhammed – tell us a bit about him.
Child 5: He was born AD 570, at Mecca.
Child 6: His family were very poor and he was orphaned at an early age.
Child 7: However, he became rich as a caravan leader
Narrator: (Looking puzzled) Why would you need to lead a caravan? Don’t you just pull them behind your car?
Child 8: No, not that kind of caravan. These were camels, led across the trade routes, carrying goods to be sold at market.
Narrator: Aha! Camel caravans! Now I get you! Back to Muhammed!
Child 9: He married his employer, a rich widow called Khadija
Child 10: But Muhammed preferred meditation and contemplation, peace and quiet, to the company of the rich.
Narrator: (Sighing) Ah! Peace and quiet – that’s what we all need!
Child 11: Well, it certainly helped Muhammed on that mountainside.
Narrator: Wait a minute – mountainside, you say?
Child 12: Mount Hira to be precise.
Child 13: And it was here that an angel appeared to him and revealed Allah’s words.
Narrator: Which were?
Child 14: Oh far too many to remember here!
Narrator: But Muhammed did?
Child 14: (Indignantly) Yes, but he was a prophet! I’m not!
Child 15: And he wrote down everything he was told. There’s a lot to be said for doing that!
Narrator: Quite so. I never seem to have a notebook and pen to hand when I need one!
For complete collection of Ancient civilisations, visit my website
The RE section of the website has a large collection of scripts including:
• Assembly on Islam
• Assembly on Judaism
• Different World Religions Guided Reading Scripts:
o Christianity
o Judaism
o Islam
o Hinduism
o Buddhism
• Peace Freedom and Harmony Class Play (which includes Different World Religions Guided Reading Scripts)
Plus scripts on Religious Festivals e.g.:
o Divali
o Hannukah
o Christmas, Easter, Harvest Thanksgiving

Plus assemblies and guided reading scripts on the ancient civilisations:
· Ancient Egypt
· Ancient China
· Ancient Greece
· Ancient Rome
· Indus Valley
· Ancient Sumer
· Baghdad: Early Islamic Civilisation
· Maya civilisation
· Benin civilisation
· The Aztecs

Also available, if you need ‘the Big Picture’:
• Ancient Civilisations Assembly – a collective assembly, covering 6 ancient civilisations, answering questions When? and Where?
Ancient Civilisations History of Medicine Assembly
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