# Project Overview Learning Areas Levels Objectives

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Project Overview Learning Areas Levels Objectives
Classroom, Outside Area, Art Area Levels 10-12 Pupils will be able to: Create their own Islamic patterns taking into account the following criterion: shape, symmetry, pattern and colour. Objectives Description Mathematics lesson linked to RME Topic of Islam Microsoft Powerpoint/Word, Active Primary 2 Software This Virtual Classroom Tour template has been provided so you can develop your own Virtual Classroom Tours. Use the template to record a special learning project that you have found particularly successful in your classroom. Then share the project with other teachers in your school, district or beyond. Here’s how: Follow the prompts on each slide and in the embedded Word documents, in this PowerPoint document, to insert your project information. When you have finished inputting all of the project information that is requested, delete the prompts. Select each one and press the Delete key. Note: To enter the title of your Virtual Classroom Tour you must select View, Master, Slide Master, and enter it on the slide master. Then click Close Slide Master. This will cause the title to appear on each of the slides. From the File menu choose Save As… and save the document as a PowerPoint Show. (Use the File type: drop-down list to choose PowerPoint Show). You can then distribute the Virtual Classroom Tour. Authors Scott Haxton, P6/7 Class Teacher, Borrowfield Primary School, Montrose Documents

Teaching Resources Project Overview:
I wanted the pupils to see the connections between Islamic patterns and areas within Maths. We started by exploring the mathematical history of Islamic patterns in mosques, prayer mats; this also involved a lesson with the art specialist. For example we discovered that mathematicians as early as the 14th Century helped to shape the Islamic Patterns we know today. As an introduction we identified and examined a range of different examples of Islamic patterns. The criteria we decided for our investigations were shape, pattern, symmetry and colour. The results the initial activity enabled us to look at each criterion in more depth. For example shape: different types of triangle, symmetry: identifying lines of.. Rotational symmetry, pattern: tiling, tessellations. On this slide, embed the student handouts and the resources created for this project. Some examples are a student project overview, Internet and other resources, directions for art projects, or instructions to students for peer editing of projects. To embed the resources, follow these steps: Have the resource document available. From the Insert menu choose Object. Select Create from File… and click Browse…. Find the file you want to include and click OK. Select Display as icon and click Change Icon… and add a suitable caption. Click OK to add the caption and click OK to embed the file. Position the document icon at the bottom of the slide. You can go to View, Grid and Guides, and click Display Grid on Screen for a grid on which to line up your icons. Documents

Teacher and School Information
Class Teacher: Scott Haxton Head Teacher: Evelyn Noble Borrowfield Primary, Newhame Road, Montrose, Angus Use these resources for assistance in working with and learning more about Microsoft Office applications.

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