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AP® Art History, Part 1 (ART500B)

AP® Art History, Part 1 (ART500B)

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This is the second semester of a two semester course. AP® Art History is two semesters long with 180 days of instruction. Each lesson is designed as a 45-minute block of learning time. Every unit is planned to represent at least one of the 10 content areas required by the College Board. A pacing guide is provided to instructors to explain which works of art should be included in each unit, with some flexibility allowed. Students explore a wide range of art, from the earliest works made by prehistoric ancestors in caves to the soaring cathedrals of the Gothic era and beyond. As they study painting, sculpture, architecture, and other artwork across cultures, students acquire tools for careful observation and analysis of visual expression. This course provides opportunities for students to practice new visual vocabulary and concepts through engaging discussions, relevant research, and reports about museum experiences. Course learning objectives and enduring understanding statements that support the three big ideas for AP Art History are integrated into each unit. Instructional activities build student skills to ensure that they master the essential knowledge statements. Students will build on these foundations as they explore works of art, scholarly resources, primary and secondary source documents, videos, museums, and virtual museum visits.
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Course Description

AP® Art History is two semesters long with 180 days of instruction. Each lesson is designed as a 45-minute block of learning time. Every unit is planned to represent at least one of the 10 content areas required by the College Board. A pacing guide is provided to instructors to explain which works of art should be included in each unit, with some flexibility allowed. Students explore a wide range of art, from the earliest works made by prehistoric ancestors in caves to the soaring cathedrals of the Gothic era and beyond. As they study painting, sculpture, architecture, and other artwork across cultures, students acquire tools for careful observation and analysis of visual expression. This course provides opportunities for students to practice new visual vocabulary and concepts through engaging discussions, relevant research, and reports about museum experiences. Course learning objectives and enduring understanding statements that support the three big ideas for AP Art History are integrated into each unit. Instructional activities build student skills to ensure that they master the essential knowledge statements. Students will build on these foundations as they explore works of art, scholarly resources, primary and secondary source documents, videos, museums, and virtual museum visits.e.

 

SEMESTER 1

CONTENT AREA 1: Global Prehistory, 30,000–500 B.C.E.

  • What Is Art History?
  • Chapter 1: Art of the Stone Age

CONTENT AREA 2: Ancient Mediterranean, 3500 B.C.E.–300 C.E.

  • Chapter 2: Ancient Mesopotamia and Persia
  • Chapter 3: Egypt from Narmer to Cleopatra
  • Chapter 4: The Prehistoric Aegean
  • Chapter 5: Ancient Greece
  • Chapter 6: The Etruscans
  • Chapter 7: The Roman Empire

CONTENT AREA 3: Early Europe and Colonial Americas, 200–1750 C.E.

  • Chapter 8: Late Antiquity
  • Chapter 9: Byzantium
  • Course Description

    AP® Art History is two semesters long with 180 days of instruction. Each lesson is designed as a 45-minute block of learning time. Every unit is planned to represent at least one of the 10 content areas required by the College Board. A pacing guide is provided to instructors to explain which works of art should be included in each unit, with some flexibility allowed. Students explore a wide range of art, from the earliest works made by prehistoric ancestors in caves to the soaring cathedrals of the Gothic era and beyond. As they study painting, sculpture, architecture, and other artwork across cultures, students acquire tools for careful observation and analysis of visual expression. This course provides opportunities for students to practice new visual vocabulary and concepts through engaging discussions, relevant research, and reports about museum experiences. Course learning objectives and enduring understanding statements that support the three big ideas for AP Art History are integrated into each unit. Instructional activities build student skills to ensure that they master the essential knowledge statements. Students will build on these foundations as they explore works of art, scholarly resources, primary and secondary source documents, videos, museums, and virtual museum visits.e.

     

    SEMESTER 2

    CONTENT AREA 8: South, East, and Southeast Asia, 300 B.C.E.–1980 C.E.

    • Chapter 15: South and Southeast Asia Before 1200
    • Chapter 16: China and Korea to 1279
    • Chapter 17: Japan Before 1333

    CONTENT AREA 5: Indigenous Americas, 1000 B.C.E.–1980 C.E.

    • Chapter 18: Native American Cultures before 1300

    CONTENT AREA 6: Africa, 1100–1980 C.E.

    • Chapter 19: Africa Before 1800

    CONTENT AREA 3: Early Europe and Colonial Americas, 200–1750 C.E.

    • Chapter 14: Late Medieval Italy
    • Chapter 20: Late Medieval and Early Renaissance Northern Europe
    • Chapter 21: The Renaissance in Quattrocentro Italy
    • Chapter 22: Renaissance and Mannerism in Cinquecentro Italy
    • Chapter 23: High Renaissance and Mannerism in Northern Europe and Spain
    • Chapter 24: The Baroque in Italy and Spain
    • Chapter 25: The Baroque in Northern Europe

    CONTENT AREA 4: Later Europe and Americas, 1750–1980 C.E.

    • Chapter 26: Rococo to Neoclassicism: The Eighteenth Century in Europe and America
    • Chapter 27: Romanticism, Realism, Photography: Europe and America, 1800–1870
    • Chapter 28: Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, Symbolism: Europe and America, 1870–1900
    • Chapter 29: Modernism in Europe and America, 1900–1945
    • Read Chapter 29 on Modernism in Europe and America. Complete MindTap activities.

    CONTENT AREA 10: Global Contemporary, 1980 C.E.–Present

    • Chapter 31: Contemporary Art Worldwide

    CONTENT AREA 8: South, East, and Southeast Asia, 300 B.C.E.–1980 C.E.

    • Chapter 32: South and Southeast Asia, 1200–1980
    • Chapter 33: China and Korea, 1279 to 1980
    • Chapter 34: Japan, 1333 to 1980

    CONTENT AREA 5: Indigenous Americas, 1000 B.C.E.–1980 C.E.

    • Chapter 35: Native American Cultures, 1300–1980

    CONTENT AREA 9: The Pacific, 700–1980 C.E.

    • Chapter 36: Oceania Before 1980

    CONTENT AREA 6: Africa, 1100–1980 C.E.

    • Chapter 37: Africa, 1800–1980

    Semester 2 Exam

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