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ARH 368 Early Italian Ren.

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    Nov 02, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Pretty easy, overall.

    Course Overview:

    I would totally recommend this course. As someone who usually dreads her art history classes this one was a diamond in the rough. Usually art history classes have write out tests where you have to know every detail about every thing but Professor Jones test are multiple choice and it is a GAMECHANGER. Basically just have to study the pictures, names and dates and some vocab and all the other questions are easy if you just listen in class. She explains art history in a story like way so everything is easily comprehendible.

    Course highlights:

    The highlights of this course for me were learning about to what was so great about Italy. I hate to admit but I knew people travel to Italy to see pretty buildings, but I had no idea what ones or why. Professor Jones helps you learn about the important cities, artwork, architecture and their historical facts. Some of it can be a bit dramatic so she keeps you interested.

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    0-2 hours

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    I think if you just go to class that is almost enough. I would consider making powerpoints before each test. There is only 3 and usually only 10-15 focus works so its not that hard to memorize and picture them in your head when your taking the test. She just added a short essay portion to the tests (she usually picks the easiest one and tells you what to write for each) so remember to review that before you go in

    • Fall 2016
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