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    Bridging Sequence Title: Oh the things we can graph! Grade level: Third Grade Objective: student will be able to solve problems by collecting, organizing, displaying, and interpreting data. Prerequisite knowledge/skills: • Students will know how to collect data using tally marks and what a tally mark is. • Students will know basic addition and subtraction. TEKS: list and state 3.8.(A) summarize a data set with multiple categories using a frequency table, dot plot, pictograph, or bar graph with

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    Art Vs Medieval Art

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    throughout history, it is interesting to learn how it all started and how it changed throughout the centuries. Starting with Prehistoric art leading to the periods of Early Medieval and the Romanesque. Then when looking deeper at the art pieces created throughout the centuries, something that stood out to me was how people were depicted and idealized. Starting with the prehistoric art period, where there is only a few miniature sculptures that depict women and men of that time. Then when looking at the

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    Lascaux Cave Painting

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    The famous shaft scene of Lascaux: a man with a bird head and a bison is the artwork that I chose for my original art work analysis. The artwork belongs to the movement in the Paleolithic time period created by an unknown cave artist during the prehistoric era. (Web)One of the most intriguing images from the latter of these three periods is the so-called Shaft Scene of Lascaux cave, dating from approximately 17,300 years B.P., in the Dordogne region of France. This image of the famous Bird Man figure

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    Neolithic Cave

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    Discuss the meaning of Paleolithic cave paintings like the ones at Lascaux. Why are they there? What was their purpose? What do they mean? According to the History of Art, no one knew of the existence of prehistoric cave paintings until one day in 1879, when a young girl, exploring with her father in Altamira in Northern Spain, crawled through a small opening in the ground and found herself in chamber whose ceiling was covered with painted animals. Her father, a lawyer and amateur archeologist

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    Essay on Cave Paintings

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         Cave paintings might possibly be the oldest known form of communication that exists today. Cave paintings date back to a period of time called the Paleolithic Age. The Paleolithic Age took place from 40,000 to 10,000 B.C. Prehistoric Age is divided into three parts: Paleolithic being the earliest, Mesolithic being the middle at 10,000 B.C. and Neolithic Age being the latest at 8,000 B.C. During the Paleolithic Age it is believed that the cave paintings at Lascaux, France were

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    The Chauuvet Cave

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    The Chauvet Cave holds the earliest human paintings known in history. Because of its importance, the access to the cave is restricted, except for a few archeologists and paleontologists. However, Herzog’s crew got the opportunity to gain access to the cave and film. In general, caves are very sensitive, fragile, and narrow places. If the caves haven’t been retouched by man’s work, they are very uncomfortable and almost impossible to walk inside. However, it is necessary tot remain untouched or barely

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    Animal Skulls Essay

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    1. How do the various characteristics of animal skulls indicate the importance of one sense over another? The animal’s skull indicates the prominence of its senses. On large skulls, we can infer the use of one sense and the importance of it by the location. Another example would be the jaguar skull and jaguar orbits. 2. What skull features do prey animals have in common? Most prey animals have eyes located on the side of their heads rather than the front. All skulls have eyes located in the front

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    Roles Of Venus Figurines

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    always had an important role in this planet, as a companion, worker, nurture and child-bearing. By being a life-giver, women have a special and important role in the community, not only in the 21st century but since the beginning of time. In the Prehistoric Period, more specifically in the Paleolithic Era, people seem to acknowledge this because anthropologist have found a great quantity of Venus Figurines form this period. Venus Figurines are small statuettes that resembles the female body with slight

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    In the year 1944, along the backs of the Ardeche River in Southern France, the discovery of one of the most impressive collections of prehistoric art was found within the Chauvet Caves. These magnificent pieces of artwork from the Paleolithic-era had been preserved within the chambers of a sealed off cave, whose entrance had been covered by a land slide hundreds of years ago. Scientific research has revealed that the paintings preserved in the cave date back to about 32,000 years ago. Thus, within

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    Cave Art has been a popular form of art during prehistoric period with there being records of rock art in a variety of various places ranging from Africa, Asia and Australia to Europe and the Americas. Some of the earliest example of cave art goes back as far as 40,000 years ago in Europe with “200 cave painting sites found in France” (Kelly and Thomas, 2016, p.255) such as the Cave of Niaux, as well as Creswell Crags in England and the Cave of El Castillo in Spain as well as a variety of others

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