PlanIt - History UKS2 - Early Islamic Civilisation Lesson 4: The First Four Caliphs Lesson Pack

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PlanIt - History UKS2 - Early Islamic Civilisation Lesson 4: The First Four Caliphs Lesson Pack

PlanIt - History UKS2 - Early Islamic Civilisation Lesson 4: The First Four Caliphs Lesson Pack - In this lesson the children learn about the prophet Muhammad and how he founded Islam. They find out about the role of the caliphate and the first four caliphs after Muhammad and explore how and why the Muslim people first split into Sunni and Shia Muslims. There is the opportunity to act in role to debate who should be the next caliph after Muhammad and the chance to produce a caliph recruitment poster.
This zip file contains:
  • #Unit Overview [PDF]
  • Activity Sheet Caliph Recruitment Poster Editable [DOC]
  • Activity Sheet Caliph Recruitment Poster [PDF]
  • Activity Sheet Muhammad Editable [DOC]
  • Activity Sheet Muhammad [PDF]
  • Thumbs [DB]
  • Abu Bakr Information Sheet Editable [DOC]
  • Abu Bakr Information Sheet [PDF]
  • Ali Information Sheet Editable [DOC]
  • Ali Information Sheet [PDF]
  • Thumbs [DB]
  • #Lesson Plan The First Four Caliphs [PDF]
  • #Lesson Presentation The First Four Caliphs [PPT]
  • #PlanIt User Guide [PDF]
  • #Success Criteria Grids The First Four Caliphs [PDF]

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