This bundle includes 5 art history units, 6 art history learning activities, 4 teacher trainings, and more!
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How to Study Art History – Core Content
- How to Study Art History Lesson–This lesson covers How to Study Art History and introduces study guides to the students. This lesson is great for beginning an art history course.
- Art History Curated Curriculum–This guide organizes the art history lessons and activities into a complete unit utilizing the Curated Connections Framework to deepen learning and spark inspiration.
- Art History Study Guide Worksheet–This study guide helps students get the most out of what they learn about art history.
Courses, Videos, and Webinar Recordings
- Ancient Art Around the World eCourse–An 11-module ancient art history course covering art from the Ancient Near East, Australia, Ancient Egypt, Africa, Japan, China, the Americas, and more!
- How to Keep Students Awake Video–If art history brings to mind old textbooks and a droning lecture, you might be wondering how to keep students from snoozing. In this video, I show you that it’s possible to make art history fun!
- How to Study Art History Webinar–Do you want more art history in your lessons but you aren’t sure where to start? We discuss several strategies in this online training. From a weekly art history tidbit to a curriculum designed around art history, we cover the many ways of integrating art history at a level that fits with your own classroom goals.
- Compare, Contrast, & Categorization Webinar–In this online training, we talk about all of my favorite ways to use compare, contrast, and categorization to teach art history. Comparison is how we learn about the world from when we are babies, and when you put artworks side-by-side, it helps students learn, think, understand, and remember.
Ready-to-Use Learning Activities and Assignments
- Cultural Presentation Assignment–All the documents you need to assign students cultural artwork presentations, including project description, topic signup sheet, rubric, and more.
- Artist Research and Presentation Assignment–A packet of documents for students to research and prepare a short presentation about a chosen artist.
- TV Commercial Review Activity–In this activity, students use their art history knowledge to develop a product and create a tv commercial skit about their product.
- Art History Jigsaw Activity–This creative puzzle activity can be used to teach a multitude of topics.
- Question and Answer Worksheet–Students use personal connection and experience to ask three questions about an artwork then answer those questions with research.
- 82 Questions to Ask About Art–This resource includes 82 questions that you could ask about any work of art. You can download the list of the questions to keep on hand or download them in card form to print and use for various activities in your classroom.
Five Full Art History Units
- Ancient Egypt Unit–A collection of resources to help teach about Ancient Egyptian art.
- Ancient Greece Unit–In this lesson, students study Ancient Greek ideals, sculpture, architecture, and vases. The lesson includes an optional scratch art project of a Greek amphora.
- Ancient Rome Unit–A lesson that uses the Twitter Perspectives worksheet to teach about art in Ancient Rome.
- Classical Sculpture Unit–A complete lesson plan for teaching classical sculpture.
- Impressionism Unit–In the Impressionism lesson, your students will discover the main characteristics of the movement on their own, uncover how shocking the movement really was, think about how changes in technology impacted art, and make their own Impressionist landscape.