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Homeschool Art Curriculum - High School Art Lessons: Drawing on History

Drawing on History - An Interactive Approach to Art and World History that makes sense
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Homeschool Art Curriculum Covers High School Fine Art Credit

–By Deborah Swanson

Homeschool art projects - Art Lesson Plans - Drawing on Hisotry - Art Book - Art LessonsDrawing on History is an interactive, art lesson approach to art appreciation, designed and written for homeschool or independent high school students, individually or in a group setting. This unique art curriculum covers one year of required high school fine arts credits, giving the student an overview of many of the major art movements from Romanticism of the 1830s to Psychedelic art of the 1960s. This book was written to parallel the Beautiful Feet U.S. and World History curriculum, but can stand alone or be used to enhance any world history curriculum by teaching hands-on art lessons for each time period. While creating art in the style of the masters, students will gain a better understanding of world history and art history as they unfold together.

 

Included with each book is exclusive access to the Resource Center at KnoodleU.com which provides valuable lesson support, videos, and free project downloads to enhance your studies.

 

 

NEW Detailed Art Lesson Plans

Art Quizzes, Tests, Mid-term, Final Exam, and Answer Keys
Free in the Resource Center with a purchase of Drawing on History.

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Drawing on History just got easier! Barbara Biggs, homeschool teacher and mother of four, used Drawing on History in 2014 with her daughter and developed a detailed lesson plan for her and her daughter to follow. Barbara's lesson plan comes from the perspective of a non-artist mom and teacher, who needed a method to measure her student's comprehension of each chapter in Drawing on History. Well done Barbara and thanks for being willing to share this with all the Drawing on History teachers and students!!



Purchase the book and receive the password to the Resource Center. The Resource Center is loaded with tips, art, videos, AND Barbara's lesson plans and tests.



Art Curriculum for Independent High School Students - Drawing on History Art Lessons

Who Said:

“The Masters must be copied over and over again and it is only after proving yourself a good copyist that you should reasonably be permitted to draw a radish from nature.”
– Edgar Degas (1834-1917)


“One should really use the camera as though tomorrow you’d be stricken blind.”
– Dorothea Lange (1895-1965)



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