“The Four Noble Truths” are the fundamentals of Buddhism, the realization of which turned Gautama into the Buddha or the enlightened one. They are the central definition of Buddhist goals and the wellspring from which all Buddhist sects developed. The fourth noble truth is “The Eightfold Path,” the route for individuals to take in order to achieve enlightenment. That are found in the earliest texts of Buddhism in India and traveled as Buddhism moved from India to China, Korea, and eventually to Japan. The students will create a poster to explain “The Four Noble Truths” and “The Eightfold Path” using “Sutta 22” of Digha-Nikaya. It is a Common Core approach where the students read a primary source and learn to express their understanding concisely. The visual presentation aids in student retaining that important information.