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                History and Art

Clicking on the name of each unit will open a corresponding PDF of it. 


Art of the Masters

  1. Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, and Sandro Botticelli

  2. Winslow Homer, Claude Monet, and John Singer Sargent

  3. Georgia O'Keefe and José Clemente Orozco

  4. Pablo Picasso and Jackson Pollock

  5. Joseph Mallard, William Turner, and Henri Matisse

  6. Mary Cassatt and Paul Gauguin


You may wish to use your internet browser to locate the artworks referenced in these units.  You will be able to view a larger and more detailed image online than those we can make available in our units.

Fundamentals of Drawing

  1. Everyone Can Draw!

  2. Perspective and Shading

  3. Two-Point Perspective

  4. Styles, Proportion, Composition

Greek Mythology

  1. The Immortal Gods

  2. Atlas, Prometheus, Pandora, Achilles, Arachne

  3. Perseus & Medusa, Poseidon, Midas, Theseus, Daedalus & Icarus, Athena

  4. Demeter & Persephone, Zeus, The Fates, Typhon, Hermes, Atalanta

  5. The Underworld, Aeneas, Helios & Phaeton, Hercules

  6. Halcyon, Orpheus & Eurydice, Pyramus & Thisbe, Chiron, Argus, Janus


  1. Introduction

  2. Stories of Revolution, Jazz

  3. Ancient Egypt and the History of Writing

  4. Post-World War I America and Musicals

  5. Vaccination and Mail


  1. Inventions by Mistake and Early Inventions

  2. Modern Inventions and Entrepreneurship

  3. Computers and the Internet

  4. Modern Concerns

  5. Imagining the Future


  1. Introduction

  2. Metaphysics

  3. Metaphysics to Epistemology

  4. Epistemology to Ethics

  5. Ethics to Politics

  6. Politics to Aesthetics

U.S. Education

  1. History of Education in the U.S. 

  2. Levels of Education

  3. Higher Education

  4. Education in the U.S. Today

  5. Education and Learning Outside of School
  6. Issues in Education Today

World Mythology

  1. Greek Mythology

  2. Ghanaian Mythology

  3. Chinese Mythology

  4. Mayan Mythology

  5. Egyptian Mythology


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