Language of Presentation: English
Media Format: Downloadable File
School Level: Elementary
Institution/Provider: 1001 Inventions
Condition of Use: Fair Use for Education Description:
Designed for primary school students, this worksheet can be used alone or as a supplement to the 1001 Inventions exhibit. The worksheet addresses several aspects of the exhibition, including the: Home, School, Market, Hospital, Town, World, and Universe Zones. Hence, this worksheet focuses on highlighting the remarkable contributions of Ibn al-Haytham, Fatima al-Fihri, Al-Zahrawi, Abbas ibn Firnas, Merriam Al-Ijliya, Ibn Batutta, and others. >
I’d like to know what people say about Ottomans >they were the gruel people which fired my grandparents from Merdin when they slaughtered the Christians on 1915>
Many topics are included and it is considered very helpful
Very helpful and informative.
this worksheet focuses on highlighting the remarkable contributions of Ibn al-Haytham, Fatima al-Fihri, Al-Zahrawi, Abbas ibn Firnas, Meriam Al-Ijliya, Ibn Battuta, and others.
Ths worksheet highlights the remarkable contributions of some of the early Muslim. This is a good way to encourage students to learn more about Islam and be proud of being Muslims. I can use this sheet for teaching students about different careers too
I think it can be used for different levels. Teacher can make unit about the famous figures
and the Arab contributions then the Students can choose to research about one figure then they make a presentation and share in their classroom.
A useful source to illustrate the contribution of Arabs and Muslims to the advancement of science.