visual arts

Scenes from the Headlines: Lessons and Ideas for Discussion Lesson PlanScenes from the Headlines: Lessons and Ideas for Discussion Lesson Plan
Students will examine an image of civilians affected by the Vietnam War. They will research and discuss the reasons the Vietnam War began, why America became involved, and what some of the long-term effects of this war have been
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America’s Signs and Symbols (Grades 3 +)America’s Signs and Symbols (Grades 3 +)
After an introduction to America’s signs and symbols through a pre-visit activity, participation in the videoconference, and a post-visit lesson to cement concepts, your students will be better able to
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Gods, Heroes and Monsters: Mythology in European Art Lesson PlanGods, Heroes and Monsters: Mythology in European Art Lesson Plan
Students will examine Rembrandt’s painting The Abduction of Europa and discuss how the artist has taken an ancient Greek myth and contemporized it for a 17th-century Dutch audience
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Period IV (1450-1750 ce): Global Interactions 1 Globalizing Networks of Communication and ExchangePeriod IV (1450-1750 ce): Global Interactions 1 Globalizing Networks of Communication and Exchange
The development of new maritime technologies [caravel, compass, astrolabe/sextant, etc] and the reemergence of European power created a new global economy based primarily around maritime trade
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Ancient Art Lesson PlanAncient Art Lesson Plan
Greece and analyze a poem by the ancient Greek poet Pindar dedicated to an athlete. Students will then interview a classmate or an accomplished person they know and create their own “poem on demand” to commemorate that person’s achievement
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Classical civilization courses (courses in translation) survey courses clas 10100: Ancient Greece and RomeClassical civilization courses (courses in translation) survey courses clas 10100: Ancient Greece and Rome
The course is particularly valuable as an initial course in the humanities because it pays special attention to such current interpretative theories as structuralism, psycho-analysis, feminism
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Art of Ancient Greece and Rome 201 Fall 2014 t-th 11: 30-12: 45 Dana 204 D. SadlerArt of Ancient Greece and Rome 201 Fall 2014 t-th 11: 30-12: 45 Dana 204 D. Sadler
Required texts: William R. Biers, The Archaeology of Greece, 2nd ed. Cornell University, 1996; J. J. Pollitt, Art and Experience in Classical Greece, Cambridge University Press, 1972; and Fred S. Kleiner, a history of Roman Art, Thompson
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Gods, Heroes and Monsters: Mythology in European Art Lesson PlanGods, Heroes and Monsters: Mythology in European Art Lesson Plan
Students will examine Rembrandt’s painting The Abduction of Europa and discuss how the artist has taken an ancient Greek myth and contemporized it for a 17th-century Dutch audience
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Historical Witness, Social Messaging Lesson Plan Breaking the Chains, Rising Out of CircumstancesHistorical Witness, Social Messaging Lesson Plan Breaking the Chains, Rising Out of Circumstances
Students will learn about ancient styles of Roman portraiture and their influence on western European art, research and write a paper that compares Roman and American slavery
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Actual Essay Choices ap european History Choose oneActual Essay Choices ap european History Choose one
Discuss the political and social consequences of the Protestant Reformation in the first half of the sixteenth century
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Villa Summer Institute Lesson PlanVilla Summer Institute Lesson Plan
After researching, studying, and viewing reproductions of artworks that depict gods and goddesses, students transport their chosen deities to the modern world as characters they write about in a mock television talk-show script
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Neoclassicism & the Enlightenment Lesson Plan Goddesses Are Personifications Too!Neoclassicism & the Enlightenment Lesson Plan Goddesses Are Personifications Too!
Students will understand the use of personification as a way of expressing ideals. Students will transfer this understanding to the present by creating an allegorical depiction of a contemporary ideal or value inspired by precedents in classical Greece and
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11 the early renaissance return to Classical Roots 1400–1494 Teaching Strategies and Suggestions11 the early renaissance return to Classical Roots 1400–1494 Teaching Strategies and Suggestions
The Reflections/Connections model will work well in illustrating that in Early Renaissance Florence the brilliant developments in the arts were directly tied to political changes, economic prosperity, and ambitious families
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Unit Plan: 14th Century Italian Painting teacherUnit Plan: 14th Century Italian Painting teacher
Level 8: use research and analysis to investigate contexts, meanings, intentions, and technological influences related to the making and valuing of art works
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