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New York: Dorling Kindersley, 1994. Student artwork 52 ARTS OF THE ISLAMIC WORLD 1 Student artwork Student artwork LESSON PLAN ONE 53 lesson plan 2 The Beauty of Light: Mosque Lamps of Islam C O N T R I B U T E D B Y C Y N T H I A H I C K S , A RT T E A C H E R , A S H L AW N E L E M E N TA RY S C H O O L , A R L I N G TO N , V I R G I N I A subject: art Goal grade level: elementary school To incorporate patterns, letterforms, and calligraphy to create structures resembling Islamic mosque lamps time needed: two forty-five-minute class periods Objectives • Students will learn about the special lamps used to illuminate the interior of mosques and create their own version of a lamp based on Islamic designs.
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How does the text relate to the illustration? LESSON PLAN ONE 49 1 interpret What was the purpose of the medical treatise? What can historians and modern scientists gain by looking at old medical journals? What is the purpose of this illustration? In what way does the artist expand the illustration to ﬁt his personal vision or interest? Activity m at e r i a l s 7" x 10" sheets of white drawing paper (two pieces per student), 18" x 24" sheets of construction paper, ﬁne-tip black markers, colored pencils, gold tempera paint or metallic pens and markers, small brushes, glue, books, and visual aids about herbs and plants day o n e Have the students examine Mad Dog Biting Man in terms of its visual characteristics, historical signiﬁcance, and dramatic potential (see Motivation and Discussion).