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Group 1: Islamic beliefs, 5 pillars
Which of the following answers is not one of the islamic 5 pillars of faith?
- Profession of faith : “ There is no God but God.”
- Prayer. Muslims are to pray five times a day.
- Charity. Muslims are to give money or goods to the needy.
- Equality. Muslims are to treat everyone as equals.
- Fasting. Muslims are to fast during a period called Ramadan.
- Pilgrimage. Muslims hope do this at least once in there life. It is a journey to house of Allah in Mecca.
- Who do muslims pray/worship to?
- Muhammed b. Allah c. Caliphs d. Abu Bakr
- What is the holy book for muslims?
- Vedas b. New Testament c. Quran d. Torah
- Sunni muslims believe : that shi’a have a distorted the meaning of the various passages in the Quran. True or False.
Group 2: History of Islam
1) Mohammed lived in the ______ century.
2) Who were the rightly guided caliphs
- Abu Bakr, Muhammad, Ali
- Muhammad, Uthman, Aladdin
- Abu Bakr, Ali, Uthman, Umar
- Umar, Muhammad, Ali, Abu Bakr
3) What was the difference between the rightly guided caliphs and later leaders?
- The rightly guided caliphs were “Gods”
- The rightly guided caliphs were all related to Muhammad
- The rightly guided caliphs were all brother’s
- The rightly guided caliphs spread the empire
4) What changes did the Umayyads make during their rule?
- Caused a divide between the Sunni and Shi’a
- Overthrew the Abbasid dynasty
- Moved the capital from Mecca to Damascus
- Both a & c
- Both a & b
5) What was the original reason for why the Sunni and Shi’a split, and what did they each believe?
- Leadership – the Sunni believed that Muhammad wanted Abu Bakr to be the next successor. Whereas the Shi’a believed that Ali was chosen by Muhammad.
- b) Meaning of the Qur’an – the Sunni believed that the Qur’an was just a story with no significance whereas the Shi’a believed that the Qur’an should shape the way Muslims lived their lives.
- c) If the rightly guided caliphs were rightly chosen – the Shi’a believed that the rightly guided caliphs were rightly chosen wheraes the Sunni believed that the rightly guided caliphs were not.
Group 3: Geography of Islam
- Where did Islam originate?
- Where did the prophet go after he and his followers were kicked out of Mecca.
- Where is Mecca?
- Saudi Arabia
- What’s the most populous Muslim country?
- Saudi Arabia
- Where was Muhammad born?
Q1.) What is the easiest thing to trade
- Ideas and thoughts
- Luxury goods
Q2.) What is the main difference between luxury goods and public goods?
- Public goods are in high demand and can not be shared whereas luxury goods are nonexcludable and shareable
- Public goods are nonexcludable and shareable whereas luxury goods are in high in demand and can not be shared
- Public goods tend to be small whereas luxury goods tend to be big
D.There is no difference between them
Q3.) What does it tell you about a trade route if they only trade luxury goods?
- The trade route is short
- The trade route is over water
- The trade route is long
- The trade route is international
Q4.) What is the most important thing that makes an item valuable on a trade route
A .The demand or need for the product
- Price of the product in other City/Countries
- How people decide to use the item
- Quality of the item
Q5.) What did they use to transport goods?
- In bags
- On boats
- In wagons
- All of the above
Q6.) What was Ghana’s main trade items
- Salt and Silver
- Gold and Salt
- Silver and Spices
- Gold and Spices
Period 3, G5, The Silk Road
1)Name 3 things that were traded on the silk road.
2)How did traders travel on the Silk Road?
A-Horses, Donkeys, Camels
B-Wagons, Chariot, Cows
C-Caravan, Camels, Ships
D-All of the above
3) Terminals of the silk road
Test Question: Eric, Hailey, Sashank, Michael, Charlotte
Question 1: What were Ghana’s two ”big” goods? Which good is from where?
- Salt and Silk __________________
- Gold and Tobacco __________________
- Slaves and Salt __________________
- Gold and Salt __________________
Question 2: How were goods traded in Ghana?
- The Wangarans traded salt for gold with the Arabs.
- The Wangarans traded gold for salt with the Arabs.
- The Wangarans traded gold for slaves with the Arabs.
- The Arabs traded slaves for gold with the Wangarans.
Question 3: How did the large amount of incoming traders help the city of Ghana?
- They were robbed by the soldiers.
- They were taxed based on the value of the goods they carried.
- Their goods were robbed and sold on the black market.
- They were captured and sold as slaves.
Question 4: What empire absorbed Ghana?
- Rome Empire
- Greek Empire
- Mali Empire
- Ottoman Empire
- Islamic Empire
Question 5: If a person was accused for a crime what did they do to see if they did the crime.
- Drank boiling water
- Burned at the stake
- Drank sour water mixed with wood
- Being eaten alive
Question 6: When the person who was accused of a crime drank the nasty concoction how did they know the person was guilty?
- They swallowed it.
- They spit it out.
- They gargled it.
- They peed it .
Question 7: Why is salt as valuable as gold?
- It preserves food.
- It tastes better.
- It was from far away.
Question 8: What is Ghana’s real name?
Question 9: What was the advantage of Ghana’s geographical location
- It was a coastal city helping trade.
- It was dangerous because it is surrounded by evil spirits.
- It was a mediator between the Arabs and Wangarans.
- It had deserts around it, so enemies would have difficulty getting to the city.
Question 10: Who came to Ghana and Why?
- Tourists because Ghana was a great sightseeing place.
- Pilgrims because it was a great Islamic city.
- Traders because it was a trading destination.
- Salty People because there was lots of salt .