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Re: RE: [teacherartexchange] What is the BEST Art History text? (for High school)


From: Gabrielle Bliss (Gabrielle.Bliss_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon May 29 2006 - 19:05:26 PDT

When I have taught Art History I based the class on Marilyn Stokstad's work and did"readings" for my students.
The publisher has a fantastic web site that complements the book- which I used alot with High School Students.
I also used an ONLINE high school text for much of the readings. (also has cool links.) The online text is pretty
good. But I'll don't remember what it was called.

Gabrielle in Mpls

----- Original Message -----
From: KPRS <>
Date: Monday, May 29, 2006 5:27 pm
Subject: RE: [teacherartexchange] What is the BEST Art History text? (for High school)

> "Post to the list in case someone else out there is looking. I
> searchedthe archives and couldn't get previous thread to come up.
> Is there a Gardner for high school?
> What titles/authors do you prefer? Michael needs a text that students
> could use for independent work (without his aid)."
> This conversation comes up quite frequently on the listserve for AP
> ArtHistory teachers. Here is our list
> Marilyn Stokstad's "Art Through The Ages"
> Gardner's Concise (Art History) (smaller version of Gardner's Art
> ThroughThe Ages, which needs a wheelbarrow to transport)
> Laurie Schneider Adams "Art Across Time"
> I use Art History for Young People by Janson, but will readily
> admit that it
> is NOT high school or college level (it is 9th grade reading level,
> but I
> need to start my students at a base). I supplement my students
> reading with
> additional handouts and powerpoints.
> San D Hasselman
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