UPDATED 10/20/19

GO EAGLES!!!    DUE FRIDAY, 10/25: 6 Near East & Persia Art Flash Cards & Khan Academy Activities     MONDAY, 11/4: TEST on Ancient Near East/Persia & Ancient Egypt     GO EAGLES!!!

 

 

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 1) DUE FRIDAY, 10/25 (assigned 10/21): Complete 6 Art Flash Cards on Near East & Persian Art [image # 12, 14, 16, 19, 25, 30] (Chapter 2 pp. 30-53) AND complete Khan Academy Activities.

 2) DUE MONDAY, 11/4 (assigned 10/25): Complete 9 Art Flash Cards on Ancient Egyptian Art [image # 13, 15, 17, 18, 20-24] (Chapter 3, pp. 54-81) AND complete Khan Academy Activities.

 3) MONDAY, 11/4: TEST on Content Area 2 - Ancient Near East, Persia, & Egypt Art.

 

 TUTORIAL TIMES: MONDAY, TUESDAY, & WEDNESDAY FROM 6:45-7:15am & 2:45-3:15pm (Other times by appointment). STUDENTS MUST HAVE A PASS TO ENTER THE HALLWAYS BEFORE THE FIRST BELL. PARENTS - You may write a pass for your student. Please include the student's name, the date, and that they are attending Mrs. Osborn's tutorials.

 

      APAH Curriculum: Content Area 2, Ancient Mediterranean - Ancient Near East, Persia, & Egypt 

   

Monday, October 21 [A]:
- Today’s Objective: We will understand how artistic traditions of the ancient Near East focused on representing royal figures and divinities and on the function of funerary and palatial complexes within their cultural contexts (3500 BCE-300 CE) (Content Area 2).
- KHAN ACADEMY: Work on 6 Flash Cards on Near East & Persia
- DISCUSS: Content Area 2 – Near East & Persia Art, 3500 BCE-300 CE
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HOMEWORK: DUE FRIDAY, 10/25: 6 Ancient Near East & Persia (image # 12, 14, 16, 19, 25, 30) Art Flash Cards (Chapter 2, pp. 30-53) AND complete Khan Academy activities

 

Tuesday, October 22 [B]:
- Class does not meet

 

Wednesday, October 23 [A]:
- Today’s Objective:
We will understand how religion plays a significant role in the art and architecture of the ancient Near East, with cosmology guiding representation of deities and kings who themselves assume divine attributes (3500 BCE-300 CE) & and explore the ethics of archaeology and Funerary Art (Content Area 2). 
- DISCUSS: Content Area 2 – Near East & Persia Art, 3500 BCE-300 CE
- ACTIVITY: Read, Annotate, and Discuss Smithsonian article on the ethics of archaeology and Funerary Art 
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HOMEWORK: DUE FRIDAY, 10/25: 6 Ancient Near East & Persia (image # 12, 14, 16, 19, 25, 30) Art Flash Cards (Chapter 2, pp. 30-53) AND complete Khan Academy activities

 

Thursday, October 24 [B]:
- Class does not meet

 

Friday, October 25 [A]:
- Today’s Objective:
We will understand how the artistic traditions of dynastic Egypt focused on representing royal figures and divinities and on the function of funerary and palatial complexes within their cultural contexts (3500 BCE-300CE) & explore the contextual variables of Death, including Egyptian Funerary Art (Content Area 2).
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TURN IN 6 Near East & Persia Art Flash Cards
- VIDEO/WORKSHEET: Art Through Time: A Global View, Death 
- KHAN ACADEMY: Work on 9 Flash Cards on Ancient Egypt
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HOMEWORK: DUE MONDAY, 11/4: 9 Ancient Egypt (images #13, 15, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24) Art Flash Cards (Chapter 3, pp. 54-81), complete Khan Academy activities, AND TEST on Ancient Near East & Egypt (Ch 2-3)

 

Coming Up Next Week: 
- Continue Content Area 2, Ancient Mediterranean: Egypt

 

Locations of the Required 250 Image Set artworks - Click on a tag to find info!!!

 

 

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