Ramadan Digital Bulletin Board - Secondary Library Lessons - World Religions
7th - 10th
- Google Apps™
Includes Google Apps™
The Teacher-Author indicated this resource includes assets from Google Workspace (e.g. docs, slides, etc.).
Chances are, some of your secondary library students are going to fast for Ramadan this year. What do your non-Muslim students know about Ramadan? This Ramadan Digital Bulletin Board will help secondary students better-understand Ramadan fasting and Islam traditions.
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- Recommended for: Grades 7-12
- Formats: PPT, Google Slides, PDF
- Technology Requirements: computer + projector + screen, copier, paper
- Student supplies: none
- Lesson Duration: This is not a library lesson. It is a scrolling slideshow about Ramadan and Islam traditions.
- 56 PPT slides + Google™ Slides link (all text is editable)
- Recommended Reads (1 page, editable in PDF and PPT; hand out to teachers, students, and parents)
- Basic Google Classroom directions
- How to set PPT and Google slide timings directions
- All text is in PPT and Google™ Slides. Images have been flattened to protect the copyright.
- Scroll the presentation using automatic timings (instructions included).
- how many Muslims are in the world
- what is Ramadan
- what is fasting
- who does and does not fast for Ramadan
- breaking the fast with dates
- iftar and suhoor
- Ramadan beyond fasting
- Eid al-Fitr
- photos and information about several famous mosques around the world
- minarets - what they are + oldest, tallest, famous
- Ramadan etiquette for non-Muslims (what to do and not to do)
- how to wish a friend a "Happy Ramadan"
- adhan, the Muslim call to prayer
- wearing hijab
- hajj pilgrimage
- Word of the Week: monotheism
- Word of the Week: polytheism
- Word of the Week: minaret
- Greek root words: mon, poly, the, ism
- writing the date - Which is correct - 2023 AD or 2023 CE? (and what's the difference?)
- The Blue Mosque (Tabriz, Iran)
- Hagia Sophia (Istanbul, Turkey)
- Quba Mosque (Saudi Arabia)
- Masjid al-Haram, or the Great Mosque of Mecca (Saudi Arabia)
- Malwiyah Mosque (Samerra, Iraq)
- Taj Mahal (Agra, India)
- Djamaa el Djazaïr, or the Great Mosque of Algiers (Algiers, Algeria)
- Great Mosque of Kairouan (Kairouan, Tunisia)
- Sultan Ahmed Mosque, or the Blue Mosque (Istanbul, Turkey)
- 24 book recommendations for Grades 7-12 -- all titles feature Muslim protagonists
- Islam trivia questions with answers
- Did you knows
- Daily and weekly schedule
- Weekly Birthdays
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