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Regions research – common mistakes and how to
Regions research – common mistakes and how to
Regions research – common mistakes and how to
Regions research – common mistakes and how to
Regions research – common mistakes and how to
Regions research – common mistakes and how to
Regions research – common mistakes and how to
Regions research – common mistakes and how to
Regions research – common mistakes and how to
Regions research – common mistakes and how to
Regions research – common mistakes and how to
Regions research – common mistakes and how to
Regions research – common mistakes and how to
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How to find art research

How to find art research

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    • 1. REGIONS RESEARCH – common mistakes and how to fix them!
    • 2. Standards • World History Standard 1.0 – Culture • 1.2 understand the development and migration of art, architecture, language, religion, music and theater. • Common Core Standard 9-10.1Cite specific textual evidence to support analysis of primary and secondary sources, attending to such features as the date and origin of the information.
    • 3. Step 1 – Get to know the art of India • Silently look through the following pages in your book for two minutes: • 92-107 • 233-241 • 504-508 • 741-745 • 808-809 • 909-913 You only need to look at the art and architecture! No reading.
    • 4. Step 2 – Make sure the art you pick is a sculpture, painting, and architecture • It needs to be located in the region and created by someone who is from the region!!!!
    • 5. Yes, no, or need additional info? Look and close your eyes… Illuminated text: Mumbai, India. Approximately 1270 A.D.
    • 6. Yes, no, or need additional info?? Look and close your eyes… Bronze statue of Shiva and Pavarti: Patan Museum, Nepal, 1700’s.
    • 7. Yes, no, or need additional info? Look and close your eyes… Yoga Narashimha, Vishnu in His Man-Lion Avatar (detail), c. 1250. South India. Bronze; h. 55 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of Dr. Norman Zaworski 1973.187
    • 8. Yes, no, or need additional info? Look and close your eyes… Khajaraho Monument, Khajaraho, India. Built around 1000 A.D. by Chandela Dynasty of India.
    • 9. Yes, no, or need additional info? Look and close your eyes… Painting, Taj Mahal 1880 A.D. Painted by Vasily Vereshchagin, a well-known Russian artist.
    • 10. Step 3 – Cite properly! • Make sure for citing your book that you add page numbers! • If you are using the Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History, add Web. Date of access. at the end of the citation. • Use your easybib subscription. • Citing art from books isn’t hard if you get all the info!
    • 11. Using books….
    • 12. Success! Garhwal. Krishna Bidden to Escort Radha Home. 1800. Sculpture. National Museum, New Delhi. Arts of India. New Delhi: Abhinav Publications, 1987. 101+. Print.
    • 13. Next Steps • Now you look and see if you can find 1+ citation. • At the end, fill out your exit ticket and give it to me on the way out. Pick up a yellow note if you need one! • Plan on having me check your citations by Thursday at 4 PM or you can email them to me by 9 PM Sunday!

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