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In this launchpad, students learn how artists use symmetry and balance to convey a sense of harmony in their works.
In this LaunchPad, teachers will instruct students about composition in the visual arts and some of its most basic components.
By 1900, there were more than 29 million people in the American workforce including men, women, and children. Americans worked an average of 59 hours per week and usually received Saturday afternoons and Sundays off. Many companies provided unpaid leave to their employees. How do you think Americans might have spent their leisure time a century ago?
You are about to build China's Great Wall and learn about the great Chinese imperial dynasties.
This detail map of China is the area from the inset (lower right) map of the whole of the Chinese mainland.
Wall Segment (Route) Legend:
When the user answers a question correctly, a blue "segment" of the Great Wall is added.
3. What Kind of Lines?
Henry Fuseli’s Oedipus Cursing his Son, Polynices