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Aim : How are Shinto and Animism similar and different?

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  1. Monday – December 19, 2011 Mr. Lombardi Aim: How are Shinto and Animism similar and different? Do Now: If you were to create your own religion, what are some rules that you would set and what are some beliefs/values you would follow? MrLombardi22@aol.com

  2. H.W. #7 • Expansions of World Religions: • Read the handout/highlight all important parts. • Organize the information from the reading into the graphic organizer on the back of the handout. • Complete the map below (using the information from the reading, draw lines to show where each religion had spread. • Due: Tomorrow, December 20

  3. Reminder(s): • Met Trip Project due: TODAY! • 10 point penalty for each day that it is late! • Belief Systems Project • Due: Friday December 23

  4. Our schedule this week (period 4): • Tuesday, Dec. 20: • meet in the library (room 249) • Wednesday, Dec. 21: • meet in room 354 (computer lab) • Thursday, Dec. 22: • meet in the library (room 249) • Friday, Dec. 23: • meet in room 327 (computer lab)

  5. Our schedule this week (periods 6 & 7): • Tuesday, Dec. 20: • All classes meet in the library (rm. 249) • Wednesday, Dec. 21: • meet in room 327 (computer lab) • Thursday, Dec. 22: • meet in the library (rm. 249) • Friday, Dec. 23: • meet in room 354 (computer lab)

  6. Our schedule this week (periods 10 & 11): • Tuesday, Dec. 20: • meet in the library (rm. 249) • Wednesday, Dec. 21: • meet in room 327 (computer lab) • Thursday, Dec. 22: • meet in the library (rm. 249) • Friday, Dec. 23: • meet in room 327 (computer lab)

  7. Animism – a belief system found generally in Africa that believes in the worshipping of nature and ancestor worship. • Gender status – the role or value of men and women in society. • Shamans – a spiritual leader of a clan or tribe. • Shinto – “the way of the gods”. Polytheistic religion in Japan based on the worship and respect of nature (ex: volcanoes, earthquakes, tidal waves) • Clans – group of people descended from a common ancestor and who had their own nature gods and goddesses. • Kami – spirits found in all living things.

  8. Summary • Create a Venn diagram. • Compare and contrast Shinto and Animism.

  9. 1. Which pair of belief systems share a belief that spirits reside in natural objects? (1) Islam and Judaism (2) Hinduism and Confucianism (3) Christianity and Buddhism (4) Shintoism and Animism

  10. 2. One similarity between Shinto and animism is that people who follow these belief systems (1) are monotheistic (2) are required to make pilgrimages (3) worship spirits in nature (4) practice filial piety

  11. 3. Which of the following beliefs is shared by an African who practices animism and a Japanese who practices Shinto? (1) Periodic fasting is essential to spiritual purity (2) Only one God rules the universe (3) Spirits exist in both living and nonliving things (4) All suffering is caused by desire and selfishness