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Unit Overview: Islam: practices

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13 lessons

Shahadah

Welcome to your first lesson of many on Islam Practices with Mr Latif! This unit will explore a range of practices from the 5 Pillars to festivals. We will begin our first lesson today looking at the Shahadah which is one of the 5 pillars of Islam. The main focus will be on an introduction to the 5 pillars. We will also consider, 'What is the Shahadah and how is it found in belief and practice?' If you have the TV or music on, now is the time to switch it off. If you are not using your mobile phone for this lesson, it is best advised to put it away so it doesn't distract you. You will need a black or blue pen and another colour pen such as green or red for corrections, some paper or your exercise book and more importantly a curious brain and attentive ears! Any reference to verses from the Qur'an mentioned or included within this lesson are sourced from 'Corpus Quran' using the Sahih International translation.

  • 1 Quiz
  • 24m Video
  • Presentation(PPT)
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Salah

In this lesson we will be looking at the pillar of Salah known as prayer. This is the most important and significant pillar out of the Five Pillars of Islam. The main focus of this lesson is to understand what Salah is and its purpose and how Muslims prepare and pray to Allah. It is an absolutely fascinating part of understanding how Muslims communicate with Allah and why it is so important, so get those curious brains and attentive ears ready! If you have the TV or music on, now is the time to switch it off. If you are not using your mobile phone for this lesson, it is best advised to put it away so it doesn't distract you. You will need a black or blue pen and another colour pen such as green or red for corrections, some paper or your exercise book and more importantly a curious brain and attentive ears! Any reference to verses from the Qur'an mentioned or included within this lesson are sourced from 'Corpus Quran' using the Sahih International translation.

  • 2 Quizzes
  • 40m Video
  • Presentation(PPT)
  • Transcript

Zakah

In this lesson we will be looking at the pillar of Zakah, which is a really interesting part of the Five Pillars of Islam as it looks at and considers the importance of wealth and giving back to the poor. It reminds Muslims of their duty to the poor and that wealth is a gift from Allah. If you have the TV or music on, now is the time to switch it off. If you are not using your mobile phone for this lesson, it is best advised to put it away so it doesn't distract you. You will need a black or blue pen and another colour pen such as green or red for corrections, some paper or your exercise book and more importantly a curious brain and attentive ears! Any reference to verses from the Qur'an mentioned or included within this lesson are sourced from 'Corpus Quran' using the Sahih International translation.

  • 2 Quizzes
  • 27m Video
  • Presentation(PPT)
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Sawm

In this lesson we will be looking at the pillar of Sawm, one of the Five Pillars of Islam, and a fascinating practice by Muslims globally. Once you have learnt about it you will probably be thinking, 'how do they do that?' This lesson will look at the purpose of fasting, what it looks like in practice, and how it links to Ramadan. If you have the TV or music on, now is the time to switch it off. If you are not using your mobile phone for this lesson, it is best advised to put it away so it doesn't distract you. You will need a black or blue pen and another colour pen such as green or red for corrections, some paper or your exercise book and more importantly a curious brain and attentive ears! Any reference to verses from the Qur'an mentioned or included within this lesson are sourced from 'Corpus Quran' using the Sahih International translation.

  • 2 Quizzes
  • 26m Video
  • Presentation(PPT)
  • Worksheet
  • Transcript

Hajj

In this lesson, we will be looking at the final pillar of Islam known as the Hajj. This is a pilgrimage which has occurred over thousands of years and really emphasises the importance and significance of the history of Islam and the unity of the Ummah and worship. If you have the TV or music on, now is the time to switch it off. If you are not using your mobile phone for this lesson, it is best advised to put it away so it doesn't distract you. You will need a black or blue pen and another colour pen such as green or red for corrections, some paper or your exercise book and more importantly a curious brain and attentive ears! Any reference to verses from the Qur'an mentioned or included within this lesson are sourced from 'Quranic Arabic Corpus' using the Sahih International translation.

  • 2 Quizzes
  • 31m Video
  • Presentation(PPT)
  • Worksheet
  • Transcript

Deliberate Practice (Part 1)

In this unit on Islam Practices, this lesson will focus on revising, revisiting, and reflecting on what you have learnt so far! Much of it will both test and sharpen your knowledge at the same time. It is time to shine and see what you can recall and remember. If you have the TV or music on, now is the time to switch it off. If you are not using your mobile phone for this lesson, it is best advised to put it away so it doesn't distract you. You will need a black or blue pen and another colour pen such as green or red for corrections, some paper or your exercise book and more importantly a curious brain and attentive ears!

  • 2 Quizzes
  • 22m Video
  • Presentation(PPT)
  • Transcript

Eid ul-Fitr

In this lesson, we will be looking at the first of the two Id celebrations, Eid ul-Fitr. This is a celebration that occurs at the end of Ramadan and is seen as a special and important festival of celebration. So let's explore how Muslims celebrate and prepare for Id ul-Fitr! If you have the TV or music on, now is the time to switch it off. If you are not using your mobile phone for this lesson, it is best advised to put it away so it doesn't distract you. You will need a black or blue pen and another colour pen such as green or red for corrections, some paper or your exercise book and more importantly a curious brain and attentive ears! Any reference to verses from the Qur'an mentioned or included within this lesson are sourced from 'Quranic Arabic Corpus' using the Sahih International translation.

  • 2 Quizzes
  • 17m Video
  • Presentation(PPT)
  • Transcript

Eid ul-Adha

In this lesson, we will be looking at the end of the two Id celebrations known as Eid ul-Adha. This is a significant and special Id which occurs during the month of Dhu al Hijjah and commemorates the life of Prophet Ibrahim. If you have the TV or music on, now is the time to switch it off. If you are not using your mobile phone for this lesson, it is best advised to put it away so it doesn't distract you. You will need a black or blue pen and another colour pen such as green or red for corrections, some paper or your exercise book and more importantly a curious brain and attentive ears! Any reference to verses from the Qur'an mentioned or included within this lesson are sourced from 'Quranic Arabic Corpus' using the Sahih International translation.

  • 2 Quizzes
  • 20m Video
  • Presentation(PPT)
  • Transcript

Ashura

In this lesson, we will be looking at the day of Ashura which is historically an important yet tragic event in the history of Islam. We will be considering and examining how both Sunni and Shi'a Muslims remember this day and event. If you have the TV or music on, now is the time to switch it off. If you are not using your mobile phone for this lesson, it is best advised to put it away so it doesn't distract you. You will need a black or blue pen and another colour pen such as green or red for corrections, some paper or your exercise book and more importantly a curious brain and attentive ears! Any reference to verses from the Qur'an mentioned or included within this lesson are sourced from 'Quranic Arabic Corpus' using the Sahih International translation.

  • 2 Quizzes
  • 32m Video
  • Presentation(PPT)
  • Transcript

What is Halal?

In this lesson, we will be looking at what Halal is and what the dietary needs for Muslims are, including Muslim views on the use and treatment of animals. For some people this will be a sensitive topic. If that applies to you, you may want to do the rest of this lesson with a trusted adult nearby who can support. If you have the TV or music on, now is the time to switch it off. If you are not using your mobile phone for this lesson, it is best advised to put it away so it doesn't distract you. You will need a black or blue pen and another colour pen such as green or red for corrections, some paper or your exercise book and more importantly a curious brain and attentive ears! Any reference to verses from the Qur'an mentioned or included within this lesson are sourced from 'Quranic Arabic Corpus' using the Sahih International translation.

  • 2 Quizzes
  • 25m Video
  • Presentation(PPT)
  • Transcript

Khalifah

In this lesson we will be looking at what is Khalifah in Islam and what are Muslim views on the treatment and the use of the environment. If you have the TV or music on, now is the time to switch it off. If you are not using your mobile phone for this lesson, it is best advised to put it away so it doesn't distract you. You will need a black or blue pen and another colour pen such as green or red for corrections, some paper or your exercise book and more importantly a curious brain and attentive ears! Any reference to verses from the Qur'an mentioned or included within this lesson are sourced from 'Quranic Arabic Corpus' using the Sahih International translation.

  • 2 Quizzes
  • 21m Video
  • Presentation(PPT)
  • Worksheet
  • Transcript

Revision

Now we are coming to the end of our learning with this unit on Islam Practices. This lesson will focus on revisiting your learning and revising. Be ready for a lot of true or false, matching up the key terms and summaries! I tell you what, Mr Latif is really interested to see how those curious brains have been able to hold all that amazing new knowledge. Let's see how you do! If you have the TV or music on, now is the time to switch it off. If you are not using your mobile phone for this lesson, it is best advised to put it away so it doesn't distract you. You will need a black or blue pen and another colour pen such as green or red for corrections, some paper or your exercise book, and more importantly a curious brain and attentive ears!

  • 2 Quizzes
  • 19m Video
  • Presentation(PPT)
  • Transcript

Deliberate Practice (Part 2)

Welcome to this deliberate practice lesson as we now come to the end of this unit on Islam and Practices! I would just like to say that a very big well done from me, Mr Latif, for all your hard work, effort, attentive ears and that curious brain for this unit. This is now an opportunity for you to test your knowledge and do some practice questions on all the content studied so far. Please make sure you have a pen and paper ready, and have cleared a quiet space for you to work in. If you have the TV or music on and can turn it off, please do. If you are not using your mobile phone for the lesson, it is best to put it to one side so you are not distracted by it. You will also need two different coloured pens: black or blue and another coloured pen, such as green or red. Click start when you are ready to think hard!

  • 2 Quizzes
  • 18m Video
  • Presentation(PPT)
  • Transcript