The Ancient Hebrews: The Spread of Judaism (Day 2)
|The Diaspora of Jews followed the laws and rituals of Judaism wherever they were.|
Today's Focus Question How did the influence of Judaism spread across time and place?
The Spread of Judaism: Reading and Notetaking Today we will continue to learn about the spread of Judaism, with a special focus on the time of judges and kings, the Diaspora, and the legacy of Judaism. You will be taking notes on these important ideas using the Spread of Judaism - Notetaking Study Guide. You have two different sources available to locate pertinent information. You may utilize the relevant section of your Social Studies textbook here, and/or you may reference the excerpt from your Social Studies workbook below.
|Judges could inspire an army of volunteers.|
|The time of judges came to an end when a warrior named Saul become king.|
|After King Solomon's death, the kingdom of Israel was split into two parts.|
|After being conquered, many Jews were sent into exile.|
|The synagogue allowed Jews to practice their religion wherever they were in the world.|
|Yohann ben Zaccai was important for helping to preserve Jewish teaching and learning.|
|Judaism introduced the idea of one God to the world.|
Homework Complete the assignment Spread of Judaism - Notetaking Study Guide, which along with The Spread of Judaism - Cognitive Content Dictionary, will be due on Friday, December 5.