Ethnic and Religious Groups by Kalyn

Ethnic and Religious Groups by Kalyn

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  • Today class you will be presenting what you learned about the group of people you picked.
  • As a way to wrap up our religious and ethnic groups unit.
  • Now, who knows the difference between ethnic and religious groups?
  • I had the Persians. They were once the most powerful empire back in ancient times and come from Iran.
  • An ethnic group is made up of people who have the same traditions, holidays, food, and culture.
  • Mexicans are an example of this. They have lots of the same cultural aspects but don't all follow the same religion.
  • A religious group requires you to be of the same religion in order to join. A representation of this is Christians.
  • They are made up of all sorts of different races but are all part of one religious group because they believe in God.
  • They are said to have originated from the Arabian Peninsula and the majority of them are Muslims with some exceptions.
  • Ok. Mine was on the Arabs. They live in more than 17 different countries and speak Arabic.
  • Here's a picture I found on my phone of the flag.
  • Very good. Ethan how about you present first?
  • Your turn Olive.
  • They speak a language called Farsi. Ninety percent of Persians are Shia while only eight percent are Sunni Muslims.
  • This is their flag.
  • I did the Kurds. The Kurds do not have a set country, they live in Iraq, Iran, Syria, and Turkey.
  • The Kurds are mostly Sunni  Muslim and speak Kurdish. They also helped the U.S. invade Iraq in 2003.
  • They could also be of the same religion but, it is usually not a requirement.
  • Their flag looks like this
  • Great job you guys! I'm really impressed with these projects and how hard you all worked!
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