The objective of this lesson is to teach the conventions of the main periods/styles of Ancient Greek and Ancient Roman sculpture: Archaic, Classical, Hellenistic, Roman Imperial Portraits, and Roman Sculptural Realism. Instead of lecturing about the different periods and pointing out the differences, I throw a bunch of pictures at the students, and have them work in groups to figure it out on their own.
The 9 files include:
- Lesson Plan (PDF)
- Handout with 20 Images to Print and Cut (9 pages, .PDF, and editable .PPT)
- Instructions Handout and Worksheet (2 pages, .PDF, and editable .DOC)
- Answer Sheet (1 page, .PDF, and editable .DOC)
- PowerPoint with Correct Answers and Information about the Art (11 slides, .PPT, and .PDF)
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