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Investigate themes and issues in art such as the concept of originality, interpretation of visual language, symbolism, and examination of the categories of fine art and folk art.
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- Six-lesson unit is part of a larger work, Discipline Based Art Education: A Curriculum Sampler, published by the J. Paul Getty Trust
- Connects well between social studies and visual art
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