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  • Tuesday, January 18, 2011
    DO NOW:
    Sit down, take out paper and listen.
    Mrs. Robin is absent, but youwillhear the directions soon.
    Tam, pleaserun the powerpoint for the class and follow the directions. You know Macs. Thankyou
  • Movie about Hinduism
    Please stop the ppt.
    Open brower and go to preziaddresshere: http://prezi.com/k19_ckmngytf/movies-for-january-18-2011-a-block/
    Whenmovieisdone, please return to the show.
    Students – take notes on the video. It’sis about 9 ½ minutes.
  • DO NOW: Movie about Hinduism
    On your DO NOW paper, write down five thingsthatyoulearned about Hinduismfrom the movie.
    You have two minutes and then the slidewill go forward.
  • Next
    Pleasetake out paper for taking notes.
    • Write down ppt points
    • Listen and write down other key information
  • Hinduism
    Movement back and forth
    Monotheism
    Henotheism
    Polytheism
    Animism
    You should know the meaning of all of thesewords.
  • Hinduism
    Hereticalschools
    Buddhism
    Jainism
    Must fit in traditional culture of India
  • Hinduism
    Few restrictions, but social expectations
    Regard Vedas (earlysacredwriting) as divinelyinspired and authoritative
    Not necessarilyliterallytrue
    Not necessary to practice whatthey command
  • Hinduism
    Accept the caste system
    Crucial element
    Buddhism & Jainismrejectthis
    Respect the veneration of deities & spirits, including the protection of cows
    Not necessarilyrequired
    Recognized as beingvalid for some people
  • DO NOW: Quick Check
    Numberyourpaper 1-5 and write T or F according to whatwe have discussed. 2 minutes.
    There are manydifferent types of Hindus.
    The caste system isrecognized by Hindus.
    SomeHindusworshipgods, but some do not.
    SomeHindusbelievethey do not need to practice whattheirsacredwritings command.
    The Hinduscriptures are not necessarilyconsideredliterallytrue.
  • History
    Aryanorigins
    Aryans (white people) migrated to Indian subcontinent
    Startedconquering Indus Valley
    Already a highlydeveloped culture
    1500 BC – began 1,000 yearprocess of conquering
    Vedas (scripture) comesfromthis time period
  • Sacred books
    Sacred books
    VedicHinduism
    4 Vedas books
    Veda = knowledge
    Record of religiousknowledge as itdeveloped over centuries
    Revealed to a group of holy men whowrotethem down
  • Sacred books
    Other writings
    Brahmanas
    Sutras
    Code of manu
    Mythicalancestors of humanity
    Revelation of divine will for all humans
    Compilation of laws
    Gives sanction to the caste systemwhowrotethem down
  • Caste system
  • Caste system
    Caste system
    Brahmins = priests, scholars
    Devotelives to Vedas & Vedicrituals
    Most priestsat temples are not Brahmins
    Brahminsholdthemselvesapart
  • Caste system
    Kshatriyas = warriors, rulers
    Originallywarriors
    Holdpolitical power
    Vaishyas = merchants, landowners
    Shudras = workers/commonlaborers
  • Caste system
    Dalits – Untouchables – below caste. Live totallyseperate.
  • Please
    Turn in your DO NOWsfromtoday for a grade.
    You will have your syllabus/notes quiz next class. The quiz wasoriginallysupposed to be on Monday.
    No other homework.