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Pompeii is an interesting subject, studied for many years after the destruction that it endured in 79 AD. The rock and ash actually buried Pompeii and preserved the ancient city and most of it's citizens. From the devastation of the city we can now learn what daily life in an Ancient Roman city was like. Through artworks like pictures, frescos, sculptures, architecture and literature we can discover the civilization, the people and the culture of this doomed city. Roman history will be...
Art History: Evaluation of artworks, historical facts and stories surrounding the location of Pompeii.
I have six years of experience teaching Art History, Humanities and Art Appreciation.
Notebook and pen
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
An end of class quiz will be taken by each student and a written report will inform parents and students of progress in this course.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
In this subject there are topics that could be disturbing to children. As a teacher I hope to focus on the fact that we learn so much from Pompeii as sight of an ancient city where people actually lived their daily lives. Of course I will discuss the volcanic eruption and do my best to make sure that I am sensitive to subject matter that could be scary or disturbing. One fact to mention is that the volcanic eruption was a rare occurrence and certainly does not happen every day. Even so it is important to bear in mind the magnitude of such topics such as death and or frightening occurrences.
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My name is Trisha Osborn. I am an art historian and I hope to continue my teaching career on outschool. My Philosophy of teaching is about making connections with my students and helping them to connect to the artwork that we will study. Everyone...