Islamic School Book Grade 5 : Traders And Explorers in Wooden Ships - Susan Douglass
Title: Islamic School Book Grade 5 : Traders And Explorers in Wooden Ships
Author: Susan Douglass
Binding: Paperback, 84 pages
Part of the Islamic School Book Series.
These well researched and skillfully written books are supplementary material for teaching children social studies from Grades K-6. They cover areas such as community studies, geography, and Muslim civilization and contributions. Each book has been written at the appropriate vocabulary level for the grade and comes with teacher's instructions and exercise questions. They correct and extend the public school social studies curriculum.
How did Islamic science help Europe? What do the great Muslim cities of Timbuktu, Samarkand, and Baghdad have in common? How is Eid celebrated in different parts of the world?
Now young people have a chance to learn the answers to these questions, thanks to this exceptional learning program. The complete instructional guides are suitable for teaching Social and Islamic studies in Muslim schools (including home schools), and for presenting Islamic history in public schools. The books include teacher's notes and teaching guides before every section as well as worksheets and activities at the end of the books.
Areas of education covered are: values of education, community studies, multicultural history, geography, and world history.
About the Author:
Susan Douglass is an American-born Muslim who accepted Islam in 1974. She received the Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Rochester in 1972. She received the Master of Arab Studies from Georgetown University in 1992. She holds teaching certification in social studies from New York and Virginia.