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- Survey 1: Prehistory to Gothic
- Survey 2: Renaissance to Modern & Contemporary
- Thematic Lesson Plans
- AP Art History
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- CAA Conversations Podcasts
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- Teaching Writing About Art
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- AHTR Weekly
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- Open Educational Resources (OERs)
Survey 1 See all→
- Prehistory and Prehistoric Art in Europe
- Art of the Ancient Near East
- Art of Ancient Egypt
- Jewish and Early Christian Art
- Byzantine Art and Architecture
- Islamic Art
- Buddhist Art and Architecture Before 1200
- Hindu Art and Architecture Before 1300
- Chinese Art Before 1300
- Japanese Art Before 1392
- Art of the Americas Before 1300
- Early Medieval Art
Survey 2 See all→
- Rapa Nui: Thematic and Narrative Shifts in Curriculum
- Proto-Renaissance in Italy (1200–1400)
- Northern Renaissance Art (1400–1600)
- Sixteenth-Century Northern Europe and Iberia
- Italian Renaissance Art (1400–1600)
- Southern Baroque: Italy and Spain
- Buddhist Art and Architecture in Southeast Asia After 1200
- Chinese Art After 1279
- Japanese Art After 1392
- Art of the Americas After 1300
- Art of the South Pacific: Polynesia
- African Art
- West African Art: Liberia and Sierra Leone
- European and American Architecture (1750–1900)
- Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth-Century Art in Europe and North America
- Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Sculpture
- Realism to Post-Impressionism
- Nineteenth-Century Photography
- Architecture Since 1900
- Twentieth-Century Photography
- Modern Art (1900–50)
- Mexican Muralism
- Art Since 1950 (Part I)
- Art Since 1950 (Part II)
Thematic Lesson Plans See all→
- Art and Cultural Heritage Looting and Destruction
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- Art and Political Commitment
- Art History as Civic Engagement
- Comics: Newspaper Comics in the United States
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- Playing “Indian”: Manifest Destiny, Whiteness, and the Depiction of Native Americans
- Queer Art: 1960s to the Present
- Race and Identity
- Race-ing Art History: Contemporary Reflections on the Art Historical Canon
- Sacred Spaces
- Sexuality in Art
Assignments & Rubrics
The Museum Response Paper template can be used as an assignment once or twice during the semester as a way to a) have your students undertake a concise written exercise that b) asks them to look closely at one object (or two if you’d like them to compare and contrast) and c) also asks them to engage with the museum or gallery space to make them aware of the cultural context in which they encounter objects in institutions. This template can be “set up” in class using the museum visit videos and Museum Observation Prompts handout.
This Formal Analysis Assignment provides some great ideas on how to guide students through formal analysis reminding them that the exercise is about looking and analysis and not research and analysis. Students are reluctant to trust their own eyes and their own opinions. For formal analysis papers they often automatically go to an outside source in order to further bolster the assertions they make in their papers. Kimberly Overdevest at the Grand Rapids Community College in Grand Rapids, Michigan has had great success with these prompts.
To research or not to research? Asking your students to undertake a research paper as part of the art history survey can be a tricky beast as the range of student experience with elements such as library research and bibliographic citations can be large and crippling. For most mixed-ability or required-credit survey classes, focusing on short papers with limited research allows you and the students to focus on finessing writing skills first. Always consider reaching out to the Writing Center on your campus – a staff member can usually make an in-class visit to tell your students about the range of services on offer which should include workshops and one-to-one appointments.
Presentations – either singly or in groups – can be a good way to have your students think about a class theme from a new angle. See the handout “ How to give a great oral presentation ,” which also contains a sample grading rubric so students understand instructor expectations as they prepare.
Writing Guides and Exercises
The “ How To Write A Thesis ” template is a useful handout for a class exercise post-museum visit , once students have picked their object and can think about what a thesis is and how to construct their own. As part of this in-class exercise, it might be useful to look at examples of previous students’ thesis statements on the Writing Examples PPT which includes anonymous examples of past museum response paper excerpts so students understand what a thesis statement, formal analysis paragraph, museum environment analysis, and concluding paragraph might look like (you can, of course, point out the merits and/or pitfalls of each example per your own teaching preferences).
Paper Style Guide handouts
The Grading Rubric handouts can be given out in class and/or uploaded to your Bboard, and retooled to fit your objectives for the written assignment.
Grading student papers can be done the old fashioned way (your students hand you a paper copy) or through anti-plagiarism software such as SafeAssign (part of the Blackboard suite) or Turnitin.com (your school may have a license – find out who the Turnitin campus coordinator is for more details). There are ethical considerations to using anti-plagiarism software.
Formal Analysis Rubric Grid
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AP Art History
2022 AP Art History Exam Guide
10 min read • december 2, 2021
AP Art History 🖼
- Your guide to the 2022 AP Art History exam
- Format of the 2022 AP Art History exam
- 80 Multiple choice questions with 60 minutes to complete them.
- There will be around 40 questions put together in sets of 3-6 that will be based around color images of works of art.
- There will also be around 40 individual questions centered around color images of works of art.
- 6 Free-response questions with 120 minutes to complete them all.
- Question 1 is a long essay focusing on comparison. It is suggested you spend 35 minutes on it.
- Question 2 is another long essay focusing on visual and contextual analysis. It is recommended you devote 25 minutes to this response.
- Questions 3-6 are short essay questions and it is recommended that you spend 15 minutes on each one.
- Question 3 focuses on describing using visual analysis .
- Question 4 is based on describing using contextual analysis .
- Question 5 focuses on attribution .
- Question 6 is based on analyzing continuity and change .
- Scoring Rubric for the 2022 AP Art History exam
- When is the 2022 AP Art History exam and how do I take it?
- The exam date will be in-person and on paper at your school on Friday, May 6, 2022 at 12 pm, your local time.
- How should I prepare for the exam?
- First, download the AP Art History Cram Chart PDF - a single sheet that covers everything you need to know at a high level. Take note of your strengths and weaknesses!
- Review every unit and question type, and focus on the areas that need the most improvement. We've put together this plan to help you study between now and May. This will cover all of the units and essay types to prepare you for your exam.
- Additionally, create your schedule ahead of time so that you can connect with other students instead of just studying alone! Join Hours 🤝to talk to real students just like you studying for this exam.
- Pre-work: set up your study environment
- AP Art History 2022 Study Plan
Unit 1: Global Prehistory, 3000–500 BCE
Definitely do this:
- 1.0 Unit 1: Global Prehistory, 30,000–500 BCE
If you have more time or want to dig deeper:
- Best AP Art History Textbooks and Prep Books
Unit 2: Ancient Mediterranean, 3500 BCE–300 CE
- 2.1 Unit 2 Intro and the Near East (3500 BCE–300 CE)
- 2.2 Greece (600–30 BCE)
- 2.3 Etruria (900-270 BCE)
- Ancient Mediterranean, 3500 BCE-300 CE [Part 1]
- Ancient Mediterranean, 3500 BCE-300 CE [Part 2]
- Ancient Mediterranean, 3500 BCE-300 CE [Part 3]
- Ancient Mediterranean, 3500 BCE-300 CE [Part 4]
- How to Get a 5 in AP Art History
Unit 3: Early Europe and Colonial Americas, 200–1750 CE
- 3.1 Early Europe and Colonial Americas, 200-1750 CE Period Characteristics
- 3.2 Characteristics of Artistic Movements
- Early Europe and Colonial Americas, 200-1750 CE [Part 1]
- Early Europe and Colonial Americas, 200-1750 CE [Part 2]
- Early Europe and Colonial Americas, 200-1750 CE [Part 3]
- Early Europe and Colonial Americas, 200-1750 CE [Part 4]
Unit 4: Later Europe and Americas, 1750–1980 CE
- 4.1 Unit 4: Later Europe and Americas, 1750-1980 CE
- 4.2 Artistic Movements and their Characteristics
- Later Europe and Americas, 1750-1980 CE [Part 1]
- Later Europe and Americas, 1750-1980 CE [Part 2]
- Later Europe and Americas, 1750-1980 CE [Part 3]
- Cultural Interactions in Later European and American Art [Part 1]
- Cultural Interactions in Later European and American Art [Part 2]
- Purpose and Audience in Later European and American Art [Part 1]
- Purpose and Audience in Later European and American Art [Part 2]
- Materials, Processes, and Techniques in Later European and American Art
Unit 5: Indigenous Americas, 1000 BCE –1980 CE
- 5.1 Indigenous Americas, 1000 BCE-1980 CE Period Characteristics
- 5.2 Indigenous American Art by Regions
- Indigenous Americas, 1000 BCE-1980 CE [Part 1]
- Indigenous Americas, 1000 BCE-1980 CE [Part 2]
Unit 6: Africa, 1100–1980 CE
- 6.1 Africa, 1100-1980 CE
- Africa, 1100-1980 CE [Part 1]
- Africa, 1100-1980 CE [Part 2]
Unit 7: West and Central Asia, 500 BCE–1980 CE
- 7.0 Summary of Works to Know 🖼
- 7.1 Period Characteristics West and Central Asia, 500 BCE-1980 CE
- 7.2 West Asia
- 7.3 Central Asia
Unit 8: South, East, and Southeast Asia, 300 BCE–1980 CE
- 8.0 Summary of Works to Know
- 8.1 Period Characteristics South, East, and Southeast Asia, 300 BCE-1980 CE
- 8.2 India and Southeast Asia
- 8.3 China and the Koreas 🇨🇳 🇰🇵 🇰🇷
- 8.4 Japan 🇯🇵
Unit 9: The Pacific, 700–1980 CE
- 9.0 Summary of Works to Know 🖼
- 9.1 Period Characteristics The Pacific, 700-1980 CE
- 9.2 Regions
- Materials, Processes, and Techniques in Pacific Art
- Interactions Within and Across Cultures in Pacific Art [Focus: Polynesia]
- Theories and Interpretations of Pacific Art [Focus: Polynesia & Melanesia]
Unit 10: Global Contemporary, 1980 CE to Present
- 10.0 Summary of the Works
- 10.1 Global Contemporary, 1980 CE to Present
- Purpose and Audience in Global Contemporary Art [Part 1]
- Purpose and Audience in Global Contemporary Art [Part 2]
- Purpose and Audience in Global Contemporary Art [Part 3]
- Interactions Within and Across Cultures in Contemporary Art [Part 1]
- Interactions Within and Across Cultures in Contemporary Art [Part 2]
- Best Quizlet Decks for AP Art History
- 🗿 Unit 1: Global Prehistory, 3000–500 BCE
- 🏛 Unit 2: Ancient Mediterranean, 3500 BCE–300 CE
- ⛪️ Unit 3: Early Europe and Colonial Americas, 200–1750 CE
- ⚔️ Unit 4: Later Europe and Americas, 1750–1980 CE
- 🌽 Unit 5: Indigenous Americas, 1000 BCE –1980 CE
- ⚱️ Unit 6: Africa, 1100–1980 CE
- 🕌 Unit 7: West and Central Asia, 500 BCE–1980 CE
- 🛕 Unit 8: South, East, and Southeast Asia, 300 BCE–1980 CE
- 🐚 Unit 9: The Pacific, 700–1980 CE
- 🏢 Unit 10: Global Contemporary, 1980 CE to Present
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- Calendars and Pacing
- 2016 Syllabus
- Making Flashcards
- Dates in Art History
- Elements and Principles
- NEW! Art Criticism
- Techniques & Materials
- Mrs. White's Reading List
- Art History in Movies
- Awesome Instagrams
- List of Museums
- End of the Year Survey
- What is art?
- Study Haikus
- Sports in Art History
- Tableaux Vivants
- 2015 Period 1
- 2015 Period 5
- Create a Board Game
- Picasso Portraits
- Research Essay
- 2013 Videos
- 2015 Videos
- 2016 Videos
- 2017 Videos
- Street Art Socratic Seminar
- Kandinsky Activity
- Greatest Artist Paper
- Museum Gallery
- Museum Visit
- 2013 Examples
- 2015 Examples
- 2016 Examples
- 2017 Examples
- Match-maker Activity
- Global Art Dossier
- Global Prehistory
- The Pacific
- Indigenous Americas
- The Near East
- Ancient Egypt
- Ancient Greece
- Ancient Etruria
- Ancient Rome
- Genesis 24 Isaac and Rebekah
- Islamic Art
- Gothic Architecture
- High Renaissance and Mannerism
- Northern Renaissance
- New Spain in America
- Age of Enlightenment
- Early Modernism
- Contemporary Artists
- China and Korea
- South and SE Asia
- Finding Philosophical Ideas
- Originality in Art
- Educators Only
"One must always be ready to learn something totally new." - Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889-1951)
::drill worksheets:: (updated may/2019) themes matching artists (answers here ) matching artworks to movements (answers here ) dates/context (chart) :: review slides ( keynote , pdf ) :: (includes every content section) :: quick resources :: cb essay practice 2018 (look at the scoring guidelines too) smarthistory happy studying and good luck students, ***ginormous ap review slides (in keynote , in pdf )*** some sections have mini quizzes in them, general internet resources , themes in art history, dates that you should know updated dates study ppt, 50 vocab words that you should know, mrs. white's tips on writing essays and short answers.
- Thoroughly READ the prompt first. The language of the question is very key! Then re-read it again and underline important parts.
- After you've read the prompt once, go through again and identify (highlight, underline, circle...) the specific tasks so you know exactly what to do.
- Do not be impulsive. Think first. You have plenty of time to write. Make notes then start to write.
- Do not list points (Oh, the irony…) Make run on sentences if you think you’re running out of time. Only write in paragraphs. You may number your points but each one must still be in complete points.
- Organize your response and answer all parts to the prompt in the same order it was asked. This will help to ensure you have not missed a task.
- Answer each task in a separate "paragraph".
- After you've written your response. Go through the tasks again and identify them in your response.
- Do not write an introduction or conclusion paragraph.
- Spelling and grammar do not count.
- Do not write anything as fact unless you are 100% sure.
- MUST INCLUDE FOR EVERY ARTWORK: TITLE/DESIGNATION , NAME OF ARTIST AND/OR CULTURE OF ORIGIN , DATE OF CREATION (DOWN TO AT LEAST THE DECADE), AND MATERIALS USED.
- Use the rule of three or more: If you mention “the drapery”, what about the drapery and where is it specifically evident in the artwork? For example, if the prompt asks for evidence of the characteristics of a particular movement or time period, discuss them one at a time as evident in the artwork. Meaning, if mathematical precision is characteristic, point out in the artwork where the mathematical precision is- proportions, linear perspective, golden ratio etc.
- Be aware of how many artworks/architecture the prompt is asking form. If the prompt says "artwork s " you must include at least two artworks. Reference only ONE artwork unless the prompt specifically asks for two. You will not receive more points by discussing more artworks. Choose one good one and analyze the heck out of it. Do not compare and bring in other artworks if the prompt does not specifically ask you to. If it says "compare" then you compare. Remember, language is key!!
- UNDERLINE titles of paintings and sculptures. Architecture is not underlined. You’re still not in the habit of doing this.
- Do not use architecture if the prompt asks for "artworks". Only use architecture if it specifically says architecture.
- If you choose a global contemporary work to answer the prompt you must clearly connect the artwork back to the artist's cultural origins.
Free-Response Question 2: Long Essay: Visual/Contextual Analysis. 6 points. General Scoring Notes. • Except where otherwise noted, each point of the rubric
Clarity: Exam essays should be considered first drafts and thus may contain grammatical errors. Those errors will not be counted against a student unless they
TEST ESSAY RUBRIC. Free-Response Question (Short Essay). Scoring Guidelines. Task. Learning Objective. Points. Accurately identifies the work of art.
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For most mixed-ability or required-credit survey classes, focusing on short papers with limited research allows you and the students to focus on finessing
Questions 3-6 are short essay questions and it is recommended that you spend 15 minutes on each one. Question 3 focuses on describing using
Questions 3 through 6 are short free-response questions, and you are advised to spend 15 minutes on each. The proctor will announce when each time interval has
The rubrics for the AP History Document-Based Question (DBQ) and Long Essay Question. (LEQ) have been modified for the 2017–18 school year, using feedback
In this podcast I go over the 2013 essay questions, but also share strategies for succeeding on the essay portion of the exam.
::Quick Resources:: CB Essay Practice 2018 (look at the scoring guidelines too) Smarthistory Happy studying and Good Luck students!