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AP Art History and AP French Language

lisavlisav Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
edited December 2005 in AP Tests Preparation
I'm taking AP Art History this year, and as everyone else I have been looking for notes/study guides/anything for help. Although I wasn't too successful in finding many websites, I did find some that may help.

Towards this middle of the page, it gives links to each time period which then has important paintings, sculptures, etc., and main points for each era.

It is divided up into eras where it has links to individual art pieces. It doesn't have any descriptions, but it is good for identifying pieces.

Art History timeline;it is divided up by time periods or geographic regions.

Each lesson has a list of terms that will be important for the exam.

It is divided into chapters. The sites give links of museums, introductory sites, etc. that focus on certain periods

It has every time period. It shows major pieces, describes the styles, and provides information about the artists.

I am also in AP French Language, and my class is distance-learning (on a tv) so I don't really plan on doing well. However, I did find a site that has every grammar form and about 10-20 practice/explanation sites for each form.

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Replies to: AP Art History and AP French Language

  • Made_in_ChinaMade_in_China Registered User Posts: 510 Member
    Hey thanks those Art History sites are nice from what I can see from a quick glance. Thanks very much, you have no idea how much this is gonna help me. Thanks
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