Subject: Ramadan
1. Topic-
Ramadan and Islamic Culture Around the world
2. Content-
Story of Ramadan
Story of Qur'an
Muslim Countries
Eid Al-Fitr
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1. To learn how and why Ramadan began

2.To learn what the Qur'an means to Islam

3.To be able to know where Islam originated

4.To know what countries are predominately and totally Islamic

5.To learn what Dua can do for you

6.To know and understand Layat ul Qadr
4. Objectives-
1.Learning about Ramadan
4.Reading Qur'an
5.Making Dua
5. Materials and Aids-
Coloring Sheets
Videos on Youtube
Recipes from Muslim countries
Craft supplies
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

1.Watch videos on Ramadan
2.Map out the Muslim World
3.Try a recipe from another Muslim country
4.Do a craft for Ramadan
5.Read Qur'an and make Dua

B. Development-

1.Read and Write about Ramadan
2.Do workbooks and worksheets
3.Try cooking the foods
5.Do the craft together

C. Practice-

1.Mapping skills
2.Writing skills
3.Reading skills
4.Cooking skills
5.Cooperation skills

D. Independent Practice-

1.Write about the month of Ramadan and what it means
2.Write about the Qur'an and the importance of it in Islam
3.Map out where Islam began and how far it has spread

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

Older kids can help the smaller kids to make sure that everyone is able to participate in this fun lesson. We will all work together as a family to finish the entire lesson plan.

F. Checking for understanding-

1.Turn in all work to be graded
2.Help each other
3.Have discussions about work

G. Closure-

Turn in all work at the end of the lesson to be graded and then returned to you with grade and critique.
7. Evaluation-
1.All work will be graded
2.All participation will be graded
8. Teacher Reflection-
Have fun and make sure that you help each other out.

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