Art History Student Study Guide Worksheet

Art History Student Study Guide Worksheet

This can be used to help with 9th-12th grade, higher education, adult education, and homeschooling students.

Includes PDF and 1 page

This is an art history teaching resource that includes a graphic organizer and a worksheet.

Students will learn how to summarize and organize information regarding art historical movements, periods and cultures using this note-taking page. This page has areas for date, location, title and style/conventions. It also includes media/art forms.

This Worksheet:

  • My college Art History class required me to print a brochure at the beginning each semester. It contained all of our topics for the entire semester. The booklet was then used as a guideline. Students turned the booklets in at the end to earn extra credit for the final exam.
  • A non-Western art assignment can be given to students. You can also give students a page with blank notes and encourage them to conduct research on a particular culture. Then ask them for their notes and then turn it in.
  • Students should work together in small groups after a lesson about a subject.
  • After completing a homework assignment on art history, have students complete one page.
  • This document can be used as a plan document to help you prepare for your research paper.
  • Use as a quiz, self-check, or test assessing student’s understanding about the topic.

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When we’re studying art history at high school, this is what I use most often. The book is detailed, but it’s presented in an entertaining format.

When we’re studying art history at high school, this is what I use most often. The book is detailed, but it’s presented in an entertaining format.

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