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AP Art History
Instructor: Mr. Wilder   
Advanced Placement Art History is a year-long course that emphasizes a deep conceptual understanding of art historical concepts, including the essential skills of visual and contextual analysis.á This course is designed to examine art history on a global scale in order to fully understand similarities and differences throughout time, culture, gender, and language.á The interpretation of the work of art is based upon its intended use, audience, and the role of the artist and the work of art in its particular society. Students will expand their knowledge of history, geography, politics, religion, languages, and literature, as they explore the story of people as told through the art they created.
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Current Unit of Study
Course Final
The results for the Course Final can be found on the word document under the folders. The scores have been entered into Aeries.
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Global Contemporary Art
The last unit of the course is an analysis of the art across the globe since 1980. Although a consistent theme does not all connect these works, they are unified by their innovation and importance to contemporary art and society. Additionally, students can expect that they will play a prominent role in both the course final and the National Exam.
The unit will end with a short "half test", 40 objective questions and 2 short answer questions, all given in the same day. We will then turn our attention to preparation for both high-stake examinations in late April and early May. As always, please contact me with questions or concerns.
This Week in APAH
4/10: Discussion of Global Contemporary Pieces
4/11: Objective Practice
4/12: Discussion of Global Contemporary Pieces
4/13: Discussion of Global Contemporary Pieces done
4/14: Unit VI "Half-Test"
Files
 Additional Art Pieces
Works of art, not included in the required course content, which are "fair game" for all assessments and assignments in the course.
 Course Fundamentals
Folder includes information pertinent to the course, including curriculum paper, course outline, grading scales, and other useful information.
 Course Vocabulary
Folder contains vocabulary and works that will be covered on quizzes for the course.
 Unit I: Global Prehistory and the Ancient Mediterranean
Folder contains assignments, lecture notes, study tools, and other pertinent information for Unit I.
 Unit II: Early European and American Art
Folder contains assignments, lecture notes, study tools, and other pertinent information for Unit II.
 Unit III: Asian Art
Folder contains assignments, lecture notes, study tools, and other pertinent information for Unit III.
 Unit IV: African, Oceania, and Indigenous America Art
Folder contains assignments, lecture notes, study tools, and other pertinent information for Unit IV.
 Unit V: Later Europe and American Art
Folder contains assignments, lecture notes, study tools, and other pertinent information for Unit V.
 Unit VI: Global Contemporary Pieces
Folder contains assignments, lecture notes, study tools, and other pertinent information for Unit VI.
 Course Final Results.docx
Results from Course Final
 Indigenous Americas Missing Pieces.docx
The two missing pieces from Indigenous America.
Instructor's Schedule
Per. 1: AP U.S. History
Per. 2: AP U.S. History
Per. 3: AP Art History
Per. 4: AP U.S. History
Per. 5: AP U.S. History
Per. 6: AP U.S. History
Homework
No "Homework" exist(s)

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