Many Ways of Seeing
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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