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10TH CENTRAL ASIA. ANTIQUE PERSIA: LCE session, bim II, 2012
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10TH CENTRAL ASIA. ANTIQUE PERSIA: LCE session, bim II, 2012

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  • 1. Saint Georgeat Gimnasio CampestreThis Guide or pamphletshows a selection of 3artworksfromGimnasio Campestrewhich evidence theimportance of the mythof Saint Georgein our school.They are donein different techniquesof bass relief, influencedby Ancient Persianforms of art.Guide designer: ___________________Class: 10th _____Date: __________________Critical ThinkingExplain the relevance of SaintGeorge’s myth at GimnasioCampestre.Why do you thinkSaint George isourmythological identity?_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________CreativityMake a new drawing to representthe mythof Saint Georgeusing elementsform the myth thatare not asexplicit as thetraditional image ofthe knightkilling the dragon.MetacognitionIs the information you includedclear and pertinent? Yes NoDo the drawings resemblethe original pieces? Yes NoIs your guide complete? Yes NoDoes your new drawing havean appropriate technical quality?Yes NoGrade: E S B I D
  • 2. Information managementDrawing of selected artworkTechnique: ____________________________Explanation of technique: (materials, process)________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Level of Bass Relief: _____________________In Antique Persia this technique was used for:____________________________________________________________________Relation to the Saint George’s myth:_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________Information managementDrawing of selected artworkTechnique: ____________________________Explanation of technique: (materials, process)________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Level of Bass Relief: _____________________In Antique Persia this technique was used for:____________________________________________________________________Relation to the Saint George’s myth:_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________Information managementDrawing of selected artworkTechnique: ____________________________Explanation of technique: (materials, process)________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Level of Bass Relief: _____________________In Antique Persia this technique was used for:____________________________________________________________________Relation to the Saint George’s myth:_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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