AP Workmanship HISTORY.

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An overview of craftsmanship and its creators from Ancient History to advanced times ... 1. the capacity to apply central craftsmanship and workmanship authentic phrasing. ...
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AP ART HISTORY AP ART HISTORY: A study of craftsmanship and its producers from Ancient History to advanced times A review of workmanship from antiquated history to present day times

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OBJECTIVES: 1. the capacity to apply key craftsmanship and workmanship chronicled phrasing. 2. a thankfulness for the way toward making and showing workmanship. 3. a comprehension of reason and capacity of craftsmanship. 4. the abilty to break down centerpieces in connection of authentic proof and understanding, looking at such issues as governmental issues, religion, support, sex, and ethnicity. 5. a comprehension of cross-cutural and worldwide nature of craftsmanship. the capacity to perform higher request thinking abilities and lucid visual and workmanship recorded ideas in verbal and composed structures.

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An initial school workmanship history course content by and large covers the different artistic expressions in the accompanying extents: 40-half painting and drawing, 25% design, 25% model, and 5-10% other media (printmaking, photography, earthenware production, fiber expressions, and so on)

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I. Old Through Medieval (30%) Greece and Rome (10-15%) Early Christian, Byzantine, Early Medieval (5-10%) Romanesque (3-7%) Gothic (7-10%) II. Past European Artistic Traditions (20%) Africa (counting old Egypt); the Americas; Asia; the old Near East, Oceania, and worldwide Islamic convention This area of the Topic Outline is right away under survey. It is emphatically recommended, notwithstanding, that no less than one society outside of the European custom (Africa, Asia, the Americas, and Oceania) ought to be secured inside and out—notwithstanding and past the ranges regularly secured in the course, specifically the old Near East, old Egypt, and worldwide Islamic convention. III. Renaissance to Present (half) Fourteenth Through Sixteenth Centuries (12-17%) Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries (10-15%) Nineteenth Century (10-15%) Twentieth Century and Contemporary Art* (10-15%) *Contemporary Art implies advancement of cutting edge craftsmanship generally from 1970 to the present.

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- Taught by Mr. Ellenburger - "Advise the green beans to take this class in a couple of years when they won\'t giggle at exposed bodies" - Average class size: 20-25 - Individual consideration - Intellectual examination - Looks incredible to schools CLASS INFO:

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GRADE DISTRIBUTION: 5 - Extremely Well Qualified 12.1 4 - Well Qualified 22.5 3 – Qualified 26.6 2 - Possibly Qualified 18.8 1 - No Recommendation 19.9

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