The following strands from the Georgia Core Curriculum Standards for the
Fine Arts (1999) are addressed in Odyssey Online:
6: Visual Arts
9-12: Art History and Criticism
6: Visual Arts
#19 Historical and Cultural Context: Uses timelines, graphs and visuals to trace
the important historical developments of the Americas, Europe and Oceania using
#20 Historical and Cultural Context: Compares and contrasts styles of selected
artworks from North, South and Central Americas, and Europe.
Grades 9-12: Art History and Criticism
#3 Connections: Examines and discusses the role of art and artifacts as a visual
record of humankind's cultural, political, scientific and religious history.
#6 Critical Analysis and Aesthetic Understanding: Describes how subject matter
and content interact with the elements of art and principles of design to produce
a particular expressive quality.
#12 Critical Analysis and Aesthetic Understanding: Compares and contrasts artworks
from the same and different styles based on analysis of evidence in the artworks
# 13 Critical Analysis and Aesthetic Understanding: Classifies artworks according
to style and function, and justifies choices based on evidence in the artworks.
#15 Historical and Cultural Context: Evaluates the influences of historical,
political, economic, social, cultural, religious and technological factors on
the development of selected art from prehistoric to contemporary times and in
a variety of societies.
#17 Historical and Cultural Context: Classifies chronologically and discusses
selected artworks from the ancient art period looking at these elements: stylistic
qualities and influences on their development; significance in history; influences
on later art; and political, economic, social and cultural influences.
#22 Historical and Cultural Context: Recognizes and discusses universal
themes of art.