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Interactive Art History Timeline - From the Earliest Art to the Bronze Age

Interactive Art History Timeline - From the Earliest Art to the Bronze Age
Interactive Art History Timeline - From the Earliest Art to the Bronze Age
Interactive Art History Timeline - From the Earliest Art to the Bronze Age
Interactive Art History Timeline - From the Earliest Art to the Bronze Age
Interactive Art History Timeline - From the Earliest Art to the Bronze Age
Interactive Art History Timeline - From the Earliest Art to the Bronze Age
Interactive Art History Timeline - From the Earliest Art to the Bronze Age
Interactive Art History Timeline - From the Earliest Art to the Bronze Age
Product Description
An interactive timeline to aid your students in approaching or reviewing the complexity of material that is presented in an Art History, Art Appreciation or Visual Arts course. This version includes a blank timeline and a instructor's master key. The key can be used to guide students in filling out the timeline, an outline for the instructor's lecture, or as a handout for students (either as differentiation or to save precious classtime). "From the Earliest Art to the Bronze Age Timeline" covers the Paleolithic period, the Neolithic period, Mesopotamia and Egypt, and will allow the instructor and student to address the various art periods, characteristics of these periods, major works and corresponding historical events. Activity can be done independently, in groups or instructor-led. Great to use as an introduction to the lecture material. This timeline corresponds to Chapter 15 in the textbook "Prebles' Artforms", 11th edition by Patrick Frank, but can be used with any textbook or curriculum.
Total Pages
6 pages
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
1 hour
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