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The Life of Muhammad and the Birth of Islam

3 Lessons

1 hour 0 Enrolled


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  • Materials:
  • Power point presentation
  • Audio materials for visual impaired and students with dyslexia
  • Tactile pictures for visual impaired,
  • Videos with sign language for hearing impaired students
  • Simple content and color pages for ineffectual disabled
  • Prepare 3D printed materials


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  • Outcomes :
  • Gaining knowledge about the Life of Muhammad and the Birth of Islam

What Will I Learn?

  • Objectives :
  • 1. Students will identify, analyze, understand and be able to explain what is known about the story of Muhammad.
  • 2. Students will identify, understand and be able to explain what tradition says about the role Muhammad played as the prophet of Islam and how he is seen today.
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