Gods, Heroes and Monsters: Mythology in European Art Lesson PlanGods, Heroes and Monsters: Mythology in European Art Lesson Plan
Students will examine the sculpture of the Greek hero Herakles (Hercules to the Romans) and discuss what it means to be a hero in ancient Greece and today. They will then choose a modern hero and create a sculpture that expresses the hero’s identity
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Course Number: arts 1301 Course Title: Art Appreciation Course DescriptionCourse Number: arts 1301 Course Title: Art Appreciation Course Description
Description: Introduction to the visual arts, emphasizing the understanding and appreciation of art. Reviews two- and three-dimensional art forms, methods, and media; examines the visual elements and principles of design
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World History NameWorld History Name
Post-modernism. Through the exploration of these periods and their works, the course develops critical thinking skills in both the verbal and written form of communication that is necessary in the extension of education
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The Humanities and Human NatureThe Humanities and Human Nature
He explores to how the studies of language within the humanities can interact with the scientific study of language from psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics
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Renaissance Humanism Part 2 Humanist History as Moral Philosophy and the Secular Immortality of FameRenaissance Humanism Part 2 Humanist History as Moral Philosophy and the Secular Immortality of Fame
Herodotus, Thucydides, Polybius, Sallust, Caesar, Curtius, Livy, Suetonius, Xenophon, Plutarch, and Tacitus, among many others. More importantly, they were inspired by the focus of classical historians on politics, morality
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Looking at Illuminated Manuscripts: Lessons and Ideas for Discussion Lesson PlanLooking at Illuminated Manuscripts: Lessons and Ideas for Discussion Lesson Plan
Initial A: Two Men before a King and a Man Speaking to a Family, Spanish, from the Vidal Mayor
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Language and Literature: Teaching and the Visual ArtsLanguage and Literature: Teaching and the Visual Arts
The language teachers should argue more to rehabilitate the term “aesthetic”, and emphasize once more that visual arts and literature may lead to a particular form of sensuous understanding
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