This resource is a student study guide worksheet / graphic organizer to be used for teaching art history.
It is a note-taking page that teaches students how to organize and summarize information about art historical movements, time periods, and cultures. It has spots for dates, location, title, style/conventions, media/art forms, context, themes/ideas, and an area to sketch.
How to Use this Worksheet:
- When I taught college Art History, I printed students a booklet at the beginning of the semester with all of the topics we would be covering the whole semester, and I taught them how to take notes and organize information into these categories. At the end of the semester, students turned these in to get extra credit on their final exam.
- You can also give students a non-Western art assignment. Give them a blank notes page and ask them to research a culture and take notes on the page and turn in.
- After a lesson on a particular subject, have students work in groups to fill this out based on what they learned in the lesson.
- Have students fill out one page after a homework reading assignment about an art history topic.
- Use as a planning document for a research paper.
- Use as a quiz, self-check, or test assessing student’s understanding about the topic.
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