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Look Down for Ideas on How to Approach: (you don’t have to do it this way just suggestion):

Break Down of who will do what:


1ST SEMESTER EXAM FORMAT:

1. Ashleigh:
• Chapter Outlines:
i. Introduction Chapter
ii. Prehistoric Art
iii. Art of Ancient Egypt

• Diagram Identification
i. Introduction Chapter
ii. Prehistoric Art
iii. Art of Ancient Egypt

• Association Exercise from Piece to Period


i. Introduction Chapter
ii. Paleolithic
iii. Neolithic

• Vocabulary
i. Introduction Chapter
ii. Prehistoric Art
iii. Art of Ancient Egypt
iv. Aegean Art
v.

2. Arturo:
• Chapter Outlines:
i. Aegean Art
ii. Art of Ancient Greece

• ASSOCIATION EXERCISE GREEK ARTISTS TO PIECES 10 POINTS

• Association Exercise from Piece to Period


i. Middle Kingdom Egyptian
ii. New Kingdom Egyptian
iii. Sumerian
iv. Acadian
v. Babylonian
vi. Assyrian
vii. Neo Babylonian
viii. Persian
ix. Cycladic
x. Minoan
3. Ernesto
• Chapter Outlines:
i. Etruscan and Roman Art
ii. Jewish, Christian and Early Byzantine Art
iii. Islamic Art

• Diagram Identification
i. Etruscan and Roman Art
ii. Jewish, Christian and Early Byzantine Art
iii. Islamic Art

• Association Exercise Period to Piece


i. Mycenaean
ii. Greek Archaic
iii. Greek Classical

• Vocabulary
i. Etruscan and Roman Art
ii. Jewish, Christian and Early Byzantine Art
iii. Islamic Art
iv. Early Medieval Art of Europe

4. Marissa:
• Chapter Outlines:
i. Early Medieval Art of Europe
ii. Romanesque Art

• ASSOCIATION EXERCISE FROM THE INTRODUCTION ARTIST TO


PIECE 10 POINTS

• Association Exercise from Piece to Period


i. Etruscan
ii. Roman Republic
iii. Roman Empire
iv. Jewish
v. Early Christian
vi. Byzantine
vii. Islamic
viii. Early Medieval
5. Simone
• Diagram Idenntification
i. Aegean Art
ii. Art of Ancient Greece
iii. Early Medieval Art of Europe
iv. Romanesque Art
• Vocabulary
i. Art of Ancient Greece
ii. Romanesque Art
• Association from Piece to Period
i. Old Kingdom Egyptian
ii. Pre dynastic Egyptian
iii. Greek High Classical
iv. Hellenistic
v. Romanesque

CHAPTER OUTLINES

Just a suggestion, but usually what I do when I do my chapter outlines is I put it in a table that
way for the image identifications, we can just fold the paper over? If you have a better idea let
me know.

DIAGRAM IDENTIFICATIONS:

The diagrams can usually be found online, but some can’t and in that case we may have to scan
the book, but if anything, I think I have most of them, a good website if you type in
www.google.com the name of the chapter and a piece from the chapter and search “slideshare” it
usually has all the images from the chapter.

I think we should do it in a way were the diagram is really big and then on the bottom you write
what it is.

I think the only parts we actually need to label inside are plans? But correct me if I am wrong
because I am not sure.

ASSOCIATION EXERCISE FROM ARTIST TO PIECE: (Greek and Intro)

I mean this one is pretty straightforward, I don’t even think we have to include the image just the
name and the artist

ASSOCIATION EXERCISE FROM PERIOD TO PIECE:

I think what we should do here is just write the Piece and then the Period, so on the study guide
we can mix it up just write the period next to each one:
Something like this maybe?:

Athens, Acropolis from the Air- High Classical Period


Good Shepherd, Orants and Story from Jonah- Early Christian

I will mix them all up when we put them together


VOCABULARY:

Just remember italicized words b/c for some reason he loves those

*****MULTIPLE CHOICE:

If we all put together 5 really good multiple choice questions per each one we are doing the
chapter outline for we will have:

50 MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS!

If you guys have any better ideas, or want to change something just let me know! Anything to
get a good grade on this mid-term! :D Also, I think we should probably have this done by
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8th, that way I can put it together and we can start studying before
the actual mid-term week. Again it you think that’s too soon or want to change it just let me
know  Good Luck Guys!