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Classroom, Outside Area, Art Area. Project Overview. Learning Areas. Levels. 10-12. Objectives. Pupils will be able to: Create their own Islamic patterns taking into account the following criterion: shape, symmetry, pattern and colour. . Description.

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Classroom, Outside Area, Art Area

Project Overview

Learning Areas

Levels

10-12

Objectives

Pupils will be able to:

Create their own Islamic patterns taking into account the following criterion: shape, symmetry, pattern and colour.

Description

Mathematics lesson linked to RME Topic of Islam

Software

Microsoft Powerpoint/Word, Active Primary 2

Authors

Scott Haxton, P6/7 Class Teacher, Borrowfield Primary School, Montrose

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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.

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Teacher and School Information

Class Teacher: Scott Haxton

Head Teacher: Evelyn Noble

Borrowfield Primary, Newhame Road, Montrose, Angus

E-mail: borhaxtons@borrowfield.angus.sch.uk