thursday october 13, history 2016...آ  judaism judaism was the first major religion to teach the...

Download Thursday October 13, History 2016...آ  Judaism Judaism was the first major religion to teach the existence

Post on 20-May-2020

0 views

Category:

Documents

0 download

Embed Size (px)

TRANSCRIPT

  • Thursday October 13, 2016

    What you will need:

    Chromebook (closed)

    Pencil, binder paper

    Target Goal:

    Students will be able to cite

    evidence that connects the

    contributions of Judaism,

    Christianity, and Islam

    http://pravmir.com/wp-content/uploads/pravmir-images/religions_monotheistic_1_.jpg http://pravmir.com/wp-content/uploads/pravmir-images/religions_monotheistic_1_.jpg

  • Today’s Objective Students will be able to identify important

    details about Judaism.

  • Definition

    Compare- to look at (two or more things)

    closely in order to see what is similar or

    different about them

  • Concept

    There are three main Monotheistic religions in

    the world today, Judaism, Islam, and Christianity.

    These religions are different but very similar.

    http://www.philosophyinmotion.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Abraham-copy1.gif http://www.philosophyinmotion.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Abraham-copy1.gif

  • Judaism Christianity Islam

    Important Texts- holy book, book of morals, etc

    Important People- founders, Prophets, etc.

    Important Days- festivals, holidays, feast days, etc

    Important Places

    Beliefs and Practices- moral behaviours, daily practices,

    dress, education, etc.

    Holy Symbol (draw)

  • Judaism

    Judaism was the first major religion to teach the existence of

    one god, which is known as monotheism. The basic laws

    and teachings of Judaism come from the Torah, which is the

    Jewish holy book. The Torah is the first five books of the

    Hebrew Bible. It teaches about things of people’s pasts as

    well as teaches important lessons. In the Torah, Yahweh

    (name for God) chose Abraham as the first Hebrew of

    Judaism. Later, Moses was given another important holy text

    from God, the Ten Commandments, which listed the civil

    and religious codes of Hebrews.

  • Judaism

    Judaism was the first major religion to teach the existence of

    one god, which is known as monotheism. The basic laws

    and teachings of Judaism come from the Torah, which is the

    Jewish holy book. The Torah is the first five books of the

    Hebrew Bible. It teaches about things of people’s pasts as

    well as teaches important lessons. In the Torah, Yahweh

    (name for God) chose Abraham as the first Hebrew of

    Judaism. Later, Moses was given another important holy text

    from God, the Ten Commandments, which listed the civil

    and religious codes of Hebrews.

  • Comparing the Monotheistic Religions

    Judaism Christianity Islam

    Important Texts-

    holy book, book of

    morals, etc.

    Torah

    Important People-

    founders,

    Prophets, etc

  • Judaism

    Judaism was the first major religion to teach the existence of

    one god, which is known as monotheism. The basic laws

    and teachings of Judaism come from the Torah, which is the

    Jewish holy book. The Torah is the first five books of the

    Hebrew Bible. It teaches about things of people’s pasts as

    well as teaches important lessons. In the Torah, Yahweh

    (name for God) chose Abraham as the first Hebrew of

    Judaism. Later, Moses was given another important holy text

    from God, the Ten Commandments, which listed the civil

    and religious codes of Hebrews.

  • Judaism

    Judaism was the first major religion to teach the existence of

    one god, which is known as monotheism. The basic laws

    and teachings of Judaism come from the Torah, which is the

    Jewish holy book. The Torah is the first five books of the

    Hebrew Bible. It teaches about things of people’s pasts as

    well as teaches important lessons. In the Torah, Yahweh

    (name for God) chose Abraham as the first Hebrew of

    Judaism. Later, Moses was given another important holy text

    from God, the Ten Commandments, which listed the civil

    and religious codes of Hebrews.

  • Comparing the Monotheistic Religions

    Judaism Christianity Islam

    Important Texts-

    holy book, book of

    morals, etc.

    Torah

    Important People-

    founders,

    Prophets, etc

    Abraham

  • Judaism

    Judaism was the first major religion to teach the existence of

    one god, which is known as monotheism. The basic laws

    and teachings of Judaism come from the Torah, which is the

    Jewish holy book. The Torah is the first five books of the

    Hebrew Bible. It teaches about things of people’s pasts as

    well as teaches important lessons. In the Torah, Yahweh

    (name for God) chose Abraham as the first Hebrew of

    Judaism. Later, Moses was given another important holy text

    from God, the Ten Commandments, which listed the civil

    and religious codes of Hebrews.

  • Judaism

    Judaism was the first major religion to teach the existence of

    one god, which is known as monotheism. The basic laws

    and teachings of Judaism come from the Torah, which is the

    Jewish holy book. The Torah is the first five books of the

    Hebrew Bible. It teaches about things of people’s pasts as

    well as teaches important lessons. In the Torah, Yahweh

    (name for God) chose Abraham as the first Hebrew of

    Judaism. Later, Moses was given another important holy text

    from God, the Ten Commandments, which listed the civil

    and religious codes of Hebrews.

  • Comparing the Monotheistic Religions

    Judaism Christianity Islam

    Important Texts-

    holy book, book of

    morals, etc.

    Torah

    Important People-

    founders,

    Prophets, etc

    Abraham

    Moses

  • Judaism

    Judaism was the first major religion to teach the existence of

    one god, which is known as monotheism. The basic laws

    and teachings of Judaism come from the Torah, which is the

    Jewish holy book. The Torah is the first five books of the

    Hebrew Bible. It teaches about things of people’s pasts as

    well as teaches important lessons. In the Torah, Yahweh

    (name for God) chose Abraham as the first Hebrew of

    Judaism. Later, Moses was given another important holy text

    from God, the Ten Commandments, which listed the civil

    and religious codes of Hebrews.

  • Comparing the Monotheistic Religions

    Judaism Christianity Islam

    Important Texts-

    holy book, book of

    morals, etc.

    Torah

    Ten Commandments

    Important People-

    founders,

    Prophets, etc

    Abraham

    Moses

  • Review

    Judaism

    Important Texts- holy book, book of morals, etc

    Important People- founders, Prophets, etc.

    Important Days- festivals, holidays, feast days, etc

    Important Places

    Beliefs and Practices- moral behaviours, daily practices,

    dress, education, etc.

    Holy Symbol (draw)

    Torah, including Ten

    Commandments

    Abraham

    Moses

    Passover, Hanukkah, Rosh

    Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sabbath

    Western Wall, Second Temple

    Dietary Laws (Kosher), No pigs or shellfish

    Dress code for men, Yarmulke

    Star of David

    http://hydracreations.com/wp-content/uploads/wpsc/product_images/starofdavid.jpg http://hydracreations.com/wp-content/uploads/wpsc/product_images/starofdavid.jpg

  • What were your findings?

    Judaism is a _______________ religion, meaning they only believe in

    _____________. The holy book is called the _________, which includes the

    _______________. ________and ___________ are important people to

    Judaism. There are a lot of important holidays including

    _________,_________,_________,__________, and ___________. Jewish

    people follow dietary laws called _____________. They cannot eat

    ________ and _________.The holy symbol for Judaism is called the

    _______________. Judaism was the first religion to only believe in one god.

    Pretend you are trying to teach a student who is absent today about the information

    you have learned. Fill in the paragraph below to inform your classmate about what

    was learned in class.

  • What were your findings?- Review

    Judaism is a monotheistic religion, meaning they only believe in one God.

    The holy book is called the Torah, which includes the Ten Commandments.

    Abraham and Moses are important people to Judaism. There are a lot of

    important holidays including Passover,Hanukkah,Rosh Hashanah,Yom

    Kippur, and Sabbath. Jewish people follow dietary laws called Kosher. They

    cannot eat pork(pig) and shellfish.The holy symbol for Judaism is called the

    Star of David. Judaism was the first religion to only believe in one god.

    Pretend you are trying to teach a student who is absent today about the information

    you have learned. Fill in the paragraph below to inform your classmate about what

    was learned in class.

  • Christianity

    Important Texts- holy book, book of morals, etc

Recommended

View more >