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Name: _______________________________________________ Date: _____________________
Buddhism WebQuest
Instructions: Visit the following web-site in order to answer questions about Buddhism, one of the major
religions throughout the world.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/religion/religions/buddhism/
http://www.buddhanet.net/e-learning/basic-guide.htm
http://resources.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/homework/religion/buddhism.htm
How many followers are there of Buddhism worldwide?___________________________________________________
Place of Origin:_______________________________________
Founder:____________________________________________
Sacred Text:_________________________________________
Name the major Buddhist festival:___________________________________________
Describe the story of how Siddharta Gautama became the Buddha (begin with where/when he was born, end with him
searching for an answer to why suffering exists in the world): ___________________________________________________________________
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Draw and name and explain the three main Buddhist symbols:
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Symbol 1 Explanation: __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
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Symbol 2 Explanation: __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
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Symbol 3 Explanation: _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
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Name the two places where Buddhists worship: _________________________________________ and _______________________________________
What is Nirvana?________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
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*Why do you think the band Nirvana came up with that as their name? *
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Buddhists believe that they can achieve enlightenment by following the Four Noble Truths and the Eightfold path. Name
the Four Noble Truths:
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Name the parts of the Eightfold Path:
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