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Religion / 8th Grade / World Religions Research: Sikhism

Golden Temple

Golden Temple. Image. Britannica School, Encyclopædia Britannica, 5 Aug. 2019. school.eb.com/levels/middle/assembly/view/188138. Accessed 15 Sep. 2019.

United Religions Initiative

The United Religions Initiative (URI) is an interfaith organization dedicated to understanding and peace. The URI maintains webpages with an overview of many faiths. Follow this link to get to the article about Sikhism. If you use this site, remember you will need to create your own citation following this format:

“Title of Web Page.” Title of Website, Publisher, Date published in Day Month Year format, URL.

OR

Author’s Last name, First name. “Title of the Article or Individual Page.” Title of the Website, Name of the Publisher, Date of Publication in Day Month Year format, URL.

Middle School In Context

 

Middle School In Context has many different resources for you. This link will take you to reference articles about the religion you are researching. Remember that you can use the "cite" button to have your citation made for you or exported directly into NoodleTools. 

 

 

Encyclopedia Britannica - Middle School Edition

Britannica is a fantastic resource. This link is set for "Level 3," meaning it has the most detail. You can also check level 2 or 1 for a quicker, but less thorough, read. Remember that Britannica will make a citation for you. Just click the checkbox at the top right of the page. 

The Sikh faith from the perspective of community members.

Many faiths have their own websites describing their beliefs so that other people can better understand their practices. Follow this link to Sikh.org and/or this link to sikhnet.com to learn more about the Sikh from their own perspective. If you use these sites, remember you will need to create your own citation following this format:

“Title of Web Page.” Title of Website, Publisher, Date published in Day Month Year format, URL.

OR

Author’s Last name, First name. “Title of the Article or Individual Page.” Title of the Website, Name of the Publisher, Date of Publication in Day Month Year format, URL.