In this activity, students will examine the art movements associated with the spread of the Industrial Revolution (1700’s -1890). Art Movements covered: Neoclassicism, Romanticism, Realism and Impressionism. In this activity your students will:
1) Take notes on a foldable (included) while the teacher projects a full color, high interest power-point with audio/visual examples.
2) Apply what they have learned by drawing a quick sketch of a house in each art style.
3) Complete an Exit Card/ Assessment Activity in which students will examine 8 Exhibits and identify to which art movement the Exhibit belongs.
**All student worksheets (Foldables), power-point slides, exhibits and corresponding student chart, TEACHER ANSWER KEY are included.
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