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  • Lesson Plan: Ceramics in China
    and the Near East

    Students will be able to identify ways works of art reflect exchange between Chinese and Near Eastern civilizations; recognize ways animals act as symbols in various cultures; and create a tile that highlights the qualities and traits commonly associated with an animal.

  • Lesson Plan: Court Arts of Islamic Spain

    Students will be able to identify shared visual characteristics among several works of art from Islamic Spain; recognize ways designs are adapted across a range of media; and cite strengths and limitations of various materials.

  • Lesson Plan: Daily Life in Medieval Nishapur

    Students will be able to recognize ways works of art reflect medieval Nishapur's status as an important center of trade; use visual evidence to support inferences; and apply an original two-dimensional design to a three-dimensional form (in alternative activity).

  • Lesson Plan: Degas—Understanding Art through Nonverbal Means

    Use writing, drawing, or movement as a means to share evidence-based inferences about this sculpture of a dancer by Degas.

  • Lesson Plan: The Art of Industry

    Use viewing questions and a debate activity to investigate the relationship between art and community values, techniques artists use to convey ideas, and strategies for interpreting an American painting in the Museum's Modern and Contemporary galleries.

  • Lesson Plan: The Nomads of Central Asia—Turkmen Traditions

    Students will be able to identify ways art of the Turkmen people of Central Asia reflects nomadic life and understand the functional and symbolic role objects play in their lives.

  • Lesson Plan: Urban Life and the Natural World

    Engage students regarding the strengths and limitations of artistic mediums and 1920s rural and urban life in the United States with viewing questions about a stained-glass window and a compare-and-contrast activity in the Museum's American Wing.