This lesson looks at core values shared by five of the world’s major religion: Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. At a time when religious conflict often appears to be the norm, this lesson highlights the many commonalities and shared values between faiths.
Portraits of American Muslims and short accounts of their contributions to their communities and the larger society.
One of the most misunderstood areas in Islam is the topic of women. From misconceptions about women’s role and rights, to images of Muslim women covered in black from head to foot, this is a topic that is often stereotyped in public perceptions. This curriculum sheds light on common stereotypes about Muslim women, the history behind them, and strategies for dispelling them. Consists of 7 lessons.
Muslims are an important part of the social fabric of America. This curriculum introduces audiences to basic facts about Muslims and their faith, as well as how American Muslims live their faith in a religiously diverse United States. The Lesson Plan consists of five lesson plans with slide show (see table of contents).