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Curriculum Design and Instruction to Teach

The History Of The Arabs: From The Pre-Islamic

Age: The Arabs as Semites: Arabia The Cradle

Of The Semitic Race: To Under The Ottoman Rule:

The Arab Lands As Turkish Provinces:





Author: Charles Hayes:



Special Features Include:

Phases For Conducting a Needs Assessment:
Curriculum Design Supplement:
Curriculum Design Plan:
Curriculum Design Goals:
Curriculum Design Objectives:
Instructional Goals:
Instructional Objectives:
Instructional Activities:
Instructional Evaluation Techniques:
Difficult Terminology To Be Utilized:
Curriculum Design Supplement:
Lesson Plans:
Standard Vocabulary:
A Limited Glimpse:



Topics Include:



@ The Pre-Islamic Age: The Arabs as Semites:

Arabia the Cradle of the Semitic Race:

* Introduction:

1. Modern Explorations:

2. Ethnic Relationship: The Semites:

3. Arabia, the Cradle of the Semites:

B. The Arabian Peninsula:

1. Climatic Conditions:

2. Vegetation:

3. The Date-Palm:

4. Fauna:

5. The Arabian Horse:

6. The Camel:

C. Bedouin Life:

1. The Nomad:

2. Razzia:

3. Religiousness:

4. The Clan:

5. Asabtyah:

6. The Sheikh:

@ The Pre-Islamic Age: Early International Relations:

A. South Arabians:

1. Relations with Egypt:

(a). Sinaitic Copper:

(b). Frankincense:

2. Relations with the Sumerians and Babylonians:

3. Assyrian Penetration:

4. Neo-Babylonian and Persian Relations:

(a). Tayma:

5. Contacts with the Hebrews:

(a). Biblical Association: Old Testament References:

6. In Classical Literature:

(a). Roman Expedition:

(b). The Aromatic Land:

(c). Gold:


@ The Pre-Islamic Age: The Sabaean and Other

States of South Arabia:

1. The South Arabians as Merchants:

(a). South Arabic Inscriptions:

(b). The Sabaean Kingdom:

(c). Ma'rib dam:

2. The Minaean Kingdom:

3. Qataban and Hadramawt:

4. The First Himyarite Kingdom:

(a) The Semitic Origin of the Abyssinians:

(b). The Castle of Ghumdan:

(c). The Romans Displace the Arabians in

Maritime Trade:

5. The Second Himyarite Kingdom:

(a). Christianity and Judaism in al-Yaman:

(b). The Period of Abyssinian Rule:

(c). The Breaking of Ma'rib dam:

(d). The Persian Period:

@ The Pre-Islamic Age: The Sabaean and Other

States of South Arabia:

1. The South Arabians as Merchants:

(a). South Arabic Inscriptions:

(b). The Sabaean Kingdom:

(c). Ma'rib dam:

2. The Minaean Kingdom:

3. Qataban and Hadramawt:

4. The First Himyarite Kingdom:

(a) The Semitic Origin of the Abyssinians:

(b). The Castle of Ghumdan:

(c). The Romans Displace the Arabians in

Maritime Trade:

5. The Second Himyarite Kingdom:

(a). Christianity and Judaism in al-Yaman:

(b). The Period of Abyssinian Rule:

(c). The Breaking of Ma'rib dam:

(d). The Persian Period:

@ The Pre-Islamic Age: Al-Hijaz on the Eve of

the Rise of Islam:

1. The Jahiliyah Days:

(a). The "Days of the Arabians":

(b). The Basus War:

(c). The Day of Dahis:

(d). North Arabic in its Influence as a Language:

(e). The Heroic Age:

(f). Poetry:

(g). The Ode in the Classical Period:

(h). The Mu allaqat:

(i). The Pre-Islamic Poet:

(j). Bedouin Character as Manifested in Poetry:

(k). Bedouin Heathenism:

(l). Solar Aspects:

(m). Jinn:

(n). The Daughters of Allah:

(o). The Makkan Ka'bah:

(p). Allah:

(q). The Three Cities of al-Hijaz:

(1). al-Ta'if:

(2). Makkah:

(3). Al-Madina:

(r). Cultural Influences in al-Hijaz:

(1). Saba:

(2). Abyssinia:

(3). Persia:

(4). Ghassanland:

(5). The Jews:

@ The Rise Of Islam and The Caliphal State:

Muhammad The Prophet Of Allah:

1. The Koran The Book of Allah:

2. Islam The Religion of Submission to the

will of Allah:

(a). Dogmas and Beliefs:

(b). The Five Pillars:

(1). Profession of Faith:

(2). Prayer:

(3). Almsgiving:

(4). Fasting:

(5). Pilgrimage: Holy War:

@ The Rise Of Islam and The Caliphal State:

Period of Conquest, Expansion and Colonization,

A.D. 632-61:

1. The Orthodox Caliphate:

2. A Patriarchal Age:

3. Arabia Conquers Itself:

4. The Economic Causes of the Expansion:

II. The Conquest of Syria:

A. Khalid's Perilous March:

B. The Decisive Battle of Yarmuk:

C. The Administration of the New Territory:

III. Al-Iraq and Persia Conquered:

IV. Egypt, Tripolis and Barqah Acquired:

A. The Library of Alexandria:

V. The Administration Of The New Possessions:

A. 'Umar's Constitution:

B. The Army:

C. The So Called Arab Civilization:

D. Character and Achievements of the Orthodox

Caliphs:

VI. The Struggle Between 'Ali and Mu'Awiyah for

the Caliphate:

A. The Elective Caliphate:

B. The Caliphate of Ali:

C. Periods of the Great Caliphates:

D. The Caliphate, A Pre-eminently Political Office:

@ The Umayyad and Abbasid Empires:

The Umayyad Caliphate:

A. Mu'Awiyah Establishes A Dynasty:

1. The Claimants to the Caliphate Disposed of:

2. Mu'awiyah, the Model Arab Sovereign:

II. Hostile Relations with the Byzantines:

A. The Mardaites:

III. The Zenith of Umayyad Power:

A. An Energetic Viceroy: Al-Hajjaj:

(1). Conquests "beyond the river":

(2). Conquests in India:

(3). Against the Byzantines:

(4). Conquests in Northern Africa and

South-Western Europe:

(5). Nationalizing the State:

(6). Fiscal and Other Reforms:

(7). Architectural Monuments:

@ The Umayyad and Abbasid Empires:

Political Administration and Social

Conditions Under the Umayyads:

A. Military Organization:

B. Royal Life:

C. The Capital:

D. Society:

E. Clients:

F. Dhimmis:

G. "The Covenant of 'Umar":

H. Slaves:

@ The Umayyad and Abbasid Empires:

Intellectural Aspects of Life Under the Umayyads:

A. Al-Basrah and Al-Kufah:

B. Arabic Grammar:

C. Religious Tradition and Canon Law:

D. History Writing:

E. St. John of Damascus:

F. Kharijites:

G. Murji'tes:

H. The Shi'ah:

I. Oratory:

J. Correspondence:

K. Poetry:

L. Education:

M. Science:

N. Alchemy:

O. Architecture:

P. The Mosque of al-Madinah:

Q. Early Mosques in the Provinces:

R. The Dome of the Rock:

S. The Aqsa Mosque:

T. The Umayyad Mosque:

U. Palaces:

V. Qusayr "Amrah:

W. Paintings:

X. Music:

II. Decline and Fall Of The Umayyad Dynasty:

A. Qays versus Yaman:

B. The Problem of Succession:

C. The Partisans of Ali:

D. Abbasid Claimants:

E. The khurasanians:

F. The Final Blow:

@ The Umayyad and Abbasid Empires:

The Establishment of The Abbasid Dynasty:

A. Al-Mansure, The Real Founder of the Dynasty:

B. Madinat Al-Salam:

C. A Persian Vizirial Family:

II. The Golden Prime of the Abbasids:

A. Relations with the Franks:

B. Relations with the Byzantines:

C. The Glory that was Baghdad:

D. Intellectual Awakening:

E. India:

F. Persia:

G. Hellenism:

H. Translators:

I. Hunayn ibn-Ishaq:

J. Thabit ibn-Qurrah.


@ The Umayyad and Abbasid Empires:

The Abbasid State:

A. The Abbasid Caliph:

B. Vizir:

C. Bureau of Taxes:

D. Other Governmental Bureaus:

E. Judicial Administration:

F. Military Organization:

G. The Governor:


@ The Umayyad and

Abbasid Empires: Abbasid Society:

A. Home Life:

(1). Baths:

(2). Pastimes:

(3). Slaves:

B. Economic Life:

(1). Commerce:

(2). Industry:

(3). Agriculture:

C. Dhimmis:

(1). Christians:

(2). Nestorians:

(3). Jews:

(4). Sabians:

(5). Magians and Other Dualists:

C. The Islamization of the Empire:

6. The Conquest of Arabic:

@ The Umayyad and

Abbasid Empires: Abbasid Scientific and

Literary Progress:

@ A. Medicine:

(1). Ali al-Tabari:

(2). Al-Razl:

(3). Al-Majusi:

(4). Ibn-Sina:

B. Philosophy:

(1). Al-Kindi:

(2). Al-Farabi:

(3). The Brethren of Sincerity:

C. Astronomy and Mathematics:

(1). Al-Battani:

(2). Al-Biruni:

(3). 'Umar al-Khayyam:

D. Astrology: The Arabic Numbers:

(1). Al-Khwarizmi:

E. Alchemy:

(1). Al-Jahiz:

F. Lapidaries:

H. Geography:

I. Greek Antecedents:

J. "World Cupola":

K. Literary Geographers:

(1). Yaqut:

L. Historiography:

M. Early Formal Historians:

(1). Al-Tabari:

(2). Al-Mas'udi:

N. The Science of Hadith:

O. The Six Canonical Books:

P. Jurisprudence:

Q. The Four Orthodox Schools:

R. Ethics:

S. Literature:

T. Belles-Letters:

U. The Arabian Nights:

(1). Poetry:


@ The Umayyad and Abbasid Empires:

Education and The Development of Fine

Arts:

A. Elementary:

B. Institutions of Higher Education:

C. Adult Education:

D. Libraries:

E. Bookshops:

F. Paper:

G. General Level of Culture:

II. The Development of Fine Arts:

A. Architecture:

B. Painting:

C. Industrial Arts:

E. Calligraphy:

F. Music:

G. Musical Theorists:


@ The Umayyad and Abbasid Empires:

Moslem Sects:

A. Rationalism Versus Orthodoxy:

B. Moslem Inquisition:

C. The Ash'arite System Prevails:

D. Al-Ghazzali:

E. Sufism:

F. Asceticism:

G. Mysticism:

H. Theosophy:

I. Pantheism:

J. Mystic Poetry and Philosophy:

K. Fraternal Orders:

L. The Rosary:

M. The Cult of Saints:

N. Shi'ah:

O. Isma'ilites:

P. Batin-ites:

Q. Qarmatians:

R. The Assassins:

S. Nusayris:

T. Other Shi'ite Heterodoxies:

@ The Umayyad and Abbasid Empires:

The Caliphate Dismembered: Petty

Dynasties in the West:

A. In Spain:

(1). The Idrisids:

(2). The Aghlabids:

(3). The Tulunids: Public Works:

(4). The Ikhshidids: A Negro Eunuch:

(5). The Hamdanids:

a. Literary Efflorescence:

b. Raids into "the land of the Romans":

II. Sundry Dynasties in the East:

A. The Tahirids:

B. The Saffarids:

C. The Samanids:

D. Ghaznawids:

(1). Mahmud of Ghaznah:

(2). The Imperial Guard:

(3). A Servile War:

(4). The Amir al-umard in Power:

E. The Buwayhid Dynasty:

(1). 'Adud-al-Dawlah:

F. The Saljuqs:

(1). Tughril in Power:

(2). Alp Arslan:

(3). Saljuq Power at its Zenith:

(4). An Illustrious Vizir:

(5). Nizam-al-Mulk:

(6). Disintegration of the Saljuq Realm:

(7). Baghdad Unmindful of the Crusades:

(8). The Shahs of Khwarizm:

(9). Enter Chingiz Khan:

III. The Collapse of the 'Abbasid Caliphate:

A. Hulagu in Baghdad: Last Champions of Islam

@ The Arabs In Europe: Spain and Sicily: Conquest

of Spain:

@ A. The Gothic Kingdom Destroyed:

B. Musa Crosses the Strait:

C. A Triumphal Procession:

D. Musa Falls from Grace:

E. The Conquest Explained:

F. Beyond the Pyrenees:

G. The Battle of Tours:

H. Civil Wars:

I. The Amirate:

II. The Umayyad Amirate in Spain:

A. A Dramatic Escape:

B. Cordova Captured:

C. Moslem Spain Consolidated and Pacified:

D. A Match to Charlemagne:

E. An Independent Amirate:

F. Treatment of Christians:

G. Renegades in Arms:

III. Civil Disturbances:

A. The "Slaughter of the ditch":

B. Race for Martyrdom:

C. Flora and Eulogius:

D. Provinces in Revolt:


@ The Arabs In Europe: Spain and

Sicily: The Umayyad Caliphate of

Cordova:

A. Caliph 'Abd-al-Rahman al-Nasir:

B. Al-Zahra:

II. Political-Economic and Educational Institutions:

A. Cordova:

(1). Governmental Institutions:

(2). Industry:

(3). Agriculture:

(4). Trade:

B. The Caliph in His Glory:

(1). Educational Activity:

(2). Amirid Dictatorship:

(3). Collapse of Umayyad Power:

II. Petty States: Fall of Granada:

A. The 'Abbadids of Seville:

B. Al-Mu'tamid:

C. The Murabits:

D. Coinage:

E. Persecution:

F. The Would Be Arabs:

G. My Cid the Challenger:

H. Collapse of the Murabits:

I. Muwahhids:

(1). Founder of the Muwahhid Dynasty:

(2). Al-Mansur-Banu-Nasr-Alhambra:

I. The Last Days of Granada:

J. Morisco Persecution:


@ The Arabs In Europe: Spain and Sicily:

Intellectual Contributions:

A. Language and Literature:

B. Poetry:

C. Muwashshahs:

D. Education:

E. Books:

F. Paper:

G. Historiography:

H. Geography:

I. Travels:

J. Influence over the West:

K. Astronomy and Mathematics:

L. Botany and Medicine:

M. Ibn-al-Baytar:

N. Medicine:

O. Al-Zahrawi:

P. Ibn-Zuhr:

Q. Transmission to Europe:

R. Philosophy:

S. Ben-Gabirol:

T. Ibn-Bajjah:

U. Ibn-Rushd:

V. Ibn-Maymun:

W. Ibn-'Arabi, the Mystic:

X. Toledo, Centre of Translation:

II. Art and Architecture:

A. Minor Arts:

B. Ceramics:

C. Textiles:

D. Ivories:

E. Architecture:

F. Alhambra:

G. The Arch:

H. Music:

I. Influence in Europe:

III. In Sicily:

A. Conquest:

(1). In Italy:

(2). Across the Alps:

B. Withdrawal From Italy:

C. The Sicilian Amirate:

D. Norman Conquest:

E. Arab-Norman Culture:

F. Al-Idrisi:

G. Federick II:

H. Sicily's Place in Transmitting Thought:

I. Via Italy:


@ The Last of the Medieval Moslem States:

A Shi'ite Caliphate In Egypt: The Fatimids:

A. Isma'ilite Propaganda:

B. The Enigmatic Sa'id:

C. The First Fatimid:

D. The Fleet:

E. The Commander Jawhar:

F. Fatimid Power at its Height:

G. A Deranged Caliph:

H. Decadence:

I. Fall:


@ The Last of the Medieval Moslem States:

Life In Fatimid Egypt:

A. High Life:

(1). Administration:

(2). Scientific and Literary Progress:

(3). Hall of Science:

(4). Astronomy and Optics:

(5). The Royal Library:

(6). Art and Architecture:

(7). Decorative and Industrial Arts:

@ The Last of the Medieval Moslem

States: Military Contacts Between

East and West: The Crusades:

@ II. Saljuqs of Syria: Complexity of Causation and

Motivation:

A. Period of Conquest:

(1). The Byzantines Recover Asia Minor:

(2). First Latin Principality:

(3). Antioch Reduced:

(4). Jerusalem Captured:

(5). Italian Fleets Reduce Seaports:

(6). Baldwin I, King of Jerusalem:

(7). The Third Frankish Principality Established:

(8). Social Contacts:

B. Moslem Reaction: The Zangids and Nurids:

(1). Enter Saladin:

(2). Hittin:

(3). Siege of 'Akka:

C. Period of Civil And Petty Wars:

(1). The Ayyubids:

(2). The Frankish Camp:

(3). Egypt, the Centre of Interest:

(4). St. Louis:

(5). The Ayyubids give way to the Mamluks:

(6). The Last Blows: Baybars: Qalawun: Akka.

III. Cultural Contacts:

A. Nurid Contributions:

B. Ayyubid Contributions:

(1). In Science and Philosophy:

(2). In Letters:

(3). In Military Art:

(4). Gunpowder:

(5). In Architecture:

(6). Agriculture and Industry:

(7). Water-Wheels:

(8). Trade:

(9). Compass:

(10). Racial Admixture:


@ The Last of the Medieval Moslem

States: The Mamluks: Last Medieval

Dynasty of Arab World:

A. Dynasty Established:

B. Bahri and Burji:

C. Mamluks: Ayyubids and Tartars Repelled:

D. Baybars:

E. The Caliphal Episode:

F. Qalawun and the Mongols:

G. His Hospital:

H. Al-Ashraf:

I. Mongols Repulsed:

J. Egypt at its Cultural Height:

K. Famine and Plague:

L. The Downfall of the Bahris:

II. Intellectual and Artistic Activity:

A. Scientific Contribution:

(1). Medicine:

(2). Jewish Physicians:

(3). Diseases of the Eye:

(4). Medical History:

(5). Social Science:

(6). Biography:

(7). History:

(8). Islamics and Linguistics:

(9). Story-Telling:

(10). Shadow Play:

(11). Architecture:

(12). Art:

(13). Illumination:

(14). Luxurious Living:

III. The End Of Mamluk Rule:

A. Specimens of Burji Sultans:

B. Desperate Economic Situation:

C. Indian Trade Lost:

D. Monumental Works:

E. Foreign Relations:

F. Cyprus Conquered:

G. Timur: Timurids-Ottoman Turks: Safawids:

H. The Decisive Battle of Marj Dabiq:

I. Egypt Conquered:

J. The Ottoman Caliphate:

@ Under The Ottoman Rule: The Arab Lands

As Turkish Provinces:

A. North Africa:

B. Pirate States:

C. The Splendor That was Constantinople:

D. Ottoman Culture:

E. The Imperial Set-Up:

F. Inherent Elements of Weakness:

G. The Loss of North African States:

II. Egypt and the Arab Crescent:

A. Mamluks Remain in Control:

B. 'Ali Bey Declared Sultan:

C. Napoleon Bonaparte:

D. Muhammad 'Ali: Founder of Modern Egypt:

E. Syria:

(1). Provincial Administration:

(2). Economic Decline:

F. Fakhr-al-Din: Enlightened Amir of Lebanon:

G. Lebanon:

H. The 'Azms in Syria:

I. Palestine has its Dictators:

J. Bashir al-Shihabi:

K. Autonomy of Lebanon Internationally

Recognized:

L. Al'Iraq:

M. Arabia:

N. Wahhabis:

O. Ibn-Su'ud:

P. Intellectual Activity:

III. The Changing Scene: Impact Of The West:

A. Cultural Penetration:

(1). Egypt:

(2). Syria and Lebanon:

B. Political Penetration:

C. The British Occupy Egypt:

D. French and British Mandates:

E. An Egyptian Reformer:

F. Nationalism:

G. Trend Toward Union:


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