I know from a certain time period in Egyptian and early Greek sculptures the style had changed to more natural and realistic, why? What changes in thinking might the change of style reflect? ...
Art History Resources
Explain the major change in style that took place between Egyptian and early Greek sculpture. What changes in thinking might the change of style reflect?
Here are some of my favorite History resources. Check back again soon, this list is always growing! I also recommend school textbooks, your local library, and used bookstores. (K-12) TeachingHistory.org – A resource designed for teachers to help create history lesson plans, this website is filled with other relevant links to help you research your specific topic. (K-8)... read more
When I was studying abroad in Italy, I was primarily studying art history. I went so that I could see the art that I had been enamored with and inspired by in person. I had no experience speaking Italian, though. Part of my requirement was to take Italian. No biggie, right? I figured I'd learn the basics and enjoy my semester going to to museums. And, everyone told me that a lot of English... read more
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Nearly all high school and college students have a research paper requirement. Many college students are likely facing imminent research paper deadlines as the semester ends. Writing research papers can cause a lot of anxiety. This article will teach you how to narrow your research topic, clarify your thesis statement, and sort and organize your research to help you simplify your final editing... read more
Many of my students have told me that Social Studies or History is their worst subject. When I ask why, they say they “just don’t get it”. I usually find out that they have a hard time connecting the dots. For example, they learn about the American Revolution but don’t understand how it connects to King George III and the Declaration of Independence. This article gives parents, tutors, and... read more
Alex made my day today. He passed the Global History and Geography Regents Exam!! Let me tell you a little bit about Alex. When I first met him, he came to tutoring two hours late. The next day an 11/2 late. He was on time on the third day, but by the next week it was back to being Alex. He did not show up for tutoring nor did he call. He would do assignments if he felt like it. There was always... read more
What nice things were said today about my teaching. This by a former Principal. "Rosemary was a very dedicated teacher with good moral values and a passion for teaching. She was always prepared for class, punctual, responsible and was able to motivate children to learn. She was also very creative in her approach and the children were drawn to her. I was very fortunate to have her... read more
Happy Friday everyone! I wanted to give a quick shout to everyone on Applied Arts. I am certified on WyzAnt as an Art History tutor. But, I also do Applied Arts. Applied Arts focuses on the "doing" of the art versus the "by-the-book" method of Art History. In Applied Arts students hone in on their ability to create! They are taught different techniques (which ties closely... read more
It's time for summer fun! I am now taking reservations for summer fun art classes. Summer fun art classes are open to all ages, but students will be grouped age appropriately. Art classes will be in sculpting, painting (watercolors and acrylics), drawing, batik, collage, crafts (for the younger artists), and art history (this meets at a local art museum). All classes (except art history) will... read more
One of the best ways to improve your study skills in remembering the details of a historical event is to make up a silly or ridiculous visual in your mind. For example, if you are trying to remember that the American Civil War was fought between 1861 to 1865 and that the Confederacy's President was Jefferson Davis, while the Union's President was Abraham Lincoln, you can create a silly image... read more
Hi! As you can see my name is Elizabeth, most people call me Liz. I enjoy tutoring and my students enjoy my classes. I have worked in the classroom in private schools and public schools, tutored in tutoring centers, and tutored privately. My knowledge base is wide and includes all the subjects I have listed please many more. When I teach, my time is centered on making the information easy... read more