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  • Poll Title: What grade did you get on your last regions project (art section)?
  • Regions research – common mistakes and how to

    1. 1. REGIONS RESEARCH – common mistakes and how to fix them!
    2. 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. 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. 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. 5. Yes, no, or need additional info? Look and close your eyes… Illuminated text: Mumbai, India. Approximately 1270 A.D.
    6. 6. Yes, no, or need additional info?? Look and close your eyes… Bronze statue of Shiva and Pavarti: Patan Museum, Nepal, 1700’s.
    7. 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. 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. 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. 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. 11. Using books….
    12. 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. 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!