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Humanities Course Outline

Unit One: Creating and Understanding Art


Chapter one: Art and You
Lesson one: Exploring Art
-Vocabulary
-Note questions
-Aesthetics, art history and critical thinking activities
-Art projects: Art in your community guide, functional object redesign
-End of lesson review
-Quiz
Lesson two: Understanding Art
-Vocabulary
-Note questions
-Aesthetics, art history and critical thinking activities
-Art projects: Mad Libs collage
-End of lesson review
-Quiz
- End of chapter review
-Chapter one test

Chapter Two: Developing a Visual Vocabulary


Lesson one: The Elements of Art
-Vocabulary
-Note questions
-Aesthetics, art history and critical thinking activities
-Art projects: Unity project
-End of lesson review
-Quiz
Lesson two: The Principles of Art
-Vocabulary
-Note questions
-Aesthetics, art history and critical thinking activities
-Art projects: Rhythm cut outs
-Jacob Lawrence video
-End of lesson review
-Quiz
- End of chapter review
-Chapter two test

Chapter Three: Creating Art: Media and Process


Lesson one: Drawing and Painting
-Vocabulary
-Note questions
-Aesthetics, art history and critical thinking activities
-Art projects: Value still life collages
-End of lesson review
-Quiz

Lesson two: Printmaking, Photography, Video and digital Media


-Vocabulary
-Note questions
-Aesthetics, art history and critical thinking activities
-Art projects: 1) Nature prints 2) Black/white photography
- History of photography video: George Easton
-End of lesson review
-Quiz
Lesson three: Sculpture
-Vocabulary
-Note questions
-Aesthetics, art history and critical thinking activities
-Art projects: clay vessels/clay trees
-End of lesson review
-Quiz
Lesson four: Architecture
-Vocabulary
-Note questions
-Aesthetics, art history and critical thinking activities
-Art projects: Team structures
- Cathedral video
-End of lesson review
-Quiz
- End of chapter review
-Chapter three test

Unit 2: Art of Early Civilizations


Chapter 6: Art of Earliest Times
Lesson one: Prehistoric Art in Western Europe
-Vocabulary
-Note questions
-Aesthetics, art history and critical thinking activities
-Art projects: 1) cave paintings and stories 2) clay animal sculptures
-Lascaux cave video
-End of lesson review
-Quiz
Lesson two: Art of the Fertile Crescent
-Vocabulary
-Note questions
-Aesthetics, art history and critical thinking activities
-Art projects: 1) Cuneiform collages 2) Royalty collages
-End of lesson review
-Quiz
- End of chapter review
-Chapter six test

Chapter 7: The Art of Ancient Egypt


Lesson one: The Growth of Egyptian Civilization

-Vocabulary
-Note questions
-Aesthetics, art history and critical thinking activities
-Art projects: 1) Personal pyramids 2) Canopic jars
-End of lesson review
-Quiz
Lesson two: Egyptian Sculpture and Painting
-Vocabulary
-Note questions
-Aesthetics, art history and critical thinking activities
-Art projects: 1) Pharaoh story 2) Sarcophagus cover 3) Animal form pictures
-King Tut video
-End of lesson review
-Quiz
- End of chapter review
-Chapter seven test

Unit Three: Art of Rising Civilizations


Chapter Eight: Greek Art
Lesson one: The Birthplace of Western Civilization
-Vocabulary
-Note questions
-Aesthetics, art history and critical thinking activities
-Art projects: Red/black figure pottery designs , Column drawings
-End of lesson review
-Quiz
Lesson two: The Evolution of Greek Sculpture
-Vocabulary
-Note questions
-Aesthetics, art history and critical thinking activities
-Art projects: Greek sculpture redesign
-End of lesson review
-Quiz
- End of chapter review
-Chapter eight test

- All books must be turned in before exam day if exempt or on


exam day if you are taking the exam. If the book is not in my
possession by the appropriate day related to you, you will not be
able to take your exam the assigned testing day or you will not
receive your final course grade on your grade report until the book
is turned in.