I have created a lot of new resources lately to stock The Curated Connections Library that I haven’t put up on the blog. This ancient art history lesson covers the art of Sumer in Mesopotamia/the Ancient Near East.
In addition to the context and characteristics of the art of Sumer, the lesson covers the following artworks: the Standard of Ur, cuneiform, Ziggurat of Ur, and the Tell Asmar hoard. Learning activities include a group art interpretation activity, clay activity, discussion questions, compare and contrast, and a poetry activity.
The Sumer art lesson files include:
- Group Art Analysis activity worksheet (.doc and .pdf)
- Poetry activity sheet (.pdf)
- Assessment questions (.doc and .pdf)
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