Unit Four; Prehistoric Art
Define prehistoric art and discuss why much of this art remains a mystery to archaeologists and art
Describe cave paintings and discuss some of the theories about why they were created.
Compare and co
Unit One: Introduction to World Culture
Define visual art and distinguish visual arts from other forms of art.
Identify common forms of visual art.
Discuss why people create art.
Discuss art movements and art periods.
Describe career optio
Unit One; Text Questions
1. What is a commission? How does it differ from a patronage?
A commission is when one person hires and pays another person to create a piece of art. It is different
from a patronage because a patronage involves being hired by kin
Unit Two; The Elements and Principles of Art
Define art concepts such as hue, value, shape, form, and balance.
Identify the elements of art.
Identify some of the design principles that artists use.
Discuss how the elements of art are used
Unit 3; Critiquing Art
Define art critique
Identify some of the benefits of doing art critiques
Explain how context can influence an art critique.
Discuss the steps that can be used to complete an art critique.
Engage in an art critique o
Unit 5; Ancient Art
Identify some of the common characteristic of ancient art
Discuss the art of ancient Sumerians
Explain how Ancient Egyptian religion influenced its art
Identify and discuss the styles of Ancient Greek architecture
Unit Four: Text Questions
1. What is Stonehenge? What is known about this monument (such as the date it was created and
what the monument might have originally looked like)?
A monument that consists of an outer ring of smaller stones whic
1. Describe two of the three column styles found in ancient Greek architecture.
Doric style has a rounded echinus at the bottom of the column joined to a abacus and has flutings. The
Corinthian order generally features two rows of leaves that fan out form
1. What is an art critique?
2. In an art critique, what is the describe step? What is included in this step of the art critique?
3. What is the analyze step of an art critique? What would you include in this step?
4. What i
Text Questions: Unit Two
1. What are positive and negative space?
Positive space is the area of an artwork occupied by the primary subjects. Negative space is the area of
an artwork around the primary objects.
2. Identify and describe the
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EOC Study Guide
US History 11B
This is due moments before the EOC.
It is NOT extra credit.
It is an assignment WORTH 30 Test Points.
Define or describe each term listed.
Unit 5: Post WWII / Cold War (1944-1962)
Mapping global spheres of influence
Women in the 1950s Graphic Organizer
What were suburban
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How did they feel?
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HarryHenderson they helped with the
Unit 2 Lab - Kitchen Taxonomy
Objective: To understand the classification processes used within the scientific community.
Taxonomy is the use of a classification system to help describe, identify, and sort items. Biologists use
taxonomy to s
Cold War Pre-Test
Instructions: Mark Questions 1-8 as either True (T) or False (F).
1. The United States and the Soviet Union were allied during World War II.
2. World War II ended when Hitler died in April, 1945.
3. The Russian Revolution in 1917 brought
Principles of Engineering
Mr. Circuit 2
Lab Experiment Questions
Directions: After you have built the assigned experiment, make sure you follow the experiment
instructions, draw the circuit schematic for each experiment, then write the questions and
American Government A & B
The most widely accepted theories of the origins of our government
The Force Theory- Government was first imposed by force.
The force theory claims that an individual or small group used force (violence or the threat o