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World R - Islam

World R - Islam

World R -

6.11 Religions of the World For relevant websites and webquests that may assist this module, go to http://del.icio.us/bcemmedia All titles are hyperlinked for easy access to storylines. Login to OPAC to book. Muslims – Frontline (DVD 113 mins, 2002) AGE LEVELS: Middle High to Adult Divided into 13 chapters, the Frontline DVD, using interviews and case studies from such diverse countries as Egypt, Nigeria, Iran, USA, Malaysia and Turkey covers the themes of Islam and the West, Islamic beliefs, laws and practices and Islam and women. Each country's Islamic story is explained, showing the many cultural faces of Islam. The individual chapter headings give a good list of topics covered in that segment. Topics such as Sharia law, women, jihad, interfaith dialogue and terrorism are well covered, stating educated viewpoints which would allow for discussion. The accompanying website contains profiles of the interviewees, extended information on the topics covered, FAQs and a list of Muslim websites for further research. Speaking for Ourselves (DVD x 2, 150 mins, 2001) AGE LEVELS: Upper Primary to Senior High. An excellent, comprehensive program covering the religions of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Sikhism. One DVD covers the 6 faiths by interviewing people of that faith on their ways of living. In covering questions on Christianity, people from seven Christian denominations are interviewed. The second DVD interviews proponents from these different religions asking them questions on God, prayer, role models, festivals, beliefs and what happens after death. The workbook gives a content summary, suggests activities to use before and after viewing and provides worksheets for each segment. Islam Explained ( (DVD 32 mins, 2004) AGE LEVELS: Upper Primary to Adult The DVD contains interviews with Australian Muslims who speak about prejudice and misunderstanding, diversity within Islam, Allah and the Quran, prayer, the importance of Ramadan, the hajj, wearing the hijab, gender roles and the effect of media bias. The topics raised and view expressed would provide an excellent opportunity for discussion. Islam on Parade (DVD 32 mins, 2007) AGE LEVELS: Junior High to Adult This ABC Compass program, introduced by Geraldine Doogue, highlights the work of a young Australian Muslim couple, Waleed Aly and Susan Carland, who, with some friends, work to build bridges with Muslims and the wider Australian community. The program tells about their own living of Islam and highlights the unusual and diverse approaches they adopt to show another face of Islam. Their articulate and educated responses to questions show that authentic Islam is a religion of peace and fulfillment. This program would be ideal for classroom use to dispel anti-Muslim bias or prejudice. The Battle for Islam (DVD 63 mins, 2005) AGE LEVELS: Middle High to Adult A leading Islamic intellectual, Ziauddin Sardar, travels to Muslim countries to investigate how Islam is

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