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Describing art. Sculpture. Egyptian head of a queen


Level: Intermediate and above
Video Length: 3 m 40
Source: Youtube
If you want to DOWNLOAD the  materials, you can go to my site HERE
Sample task. Are these sentences True of False?

Sister Wendy was born in South Africa. She's been  a nun since 1946 and  renowned  art critic for many years.  She became popular after she made her first appearance on a BBC documentary on the National Gallery. If you want to know more about Sister Wendy,  go to her Webpage (HERE) to view her other programs and enjoy art as much as she does.


If you want to DOWNLOAD the  materials, you can go to my site HERE

Materials.
You will need.
  • The video (watch it on-line or download it from my site, above)
  • The student's handout
  • The teacher's handout, which is the same as the students but the answers are provided.
Listen to the description of the Head of a Queen  by wonderful Sister Wendy.





1 comment:

Imogene W. Clay said...

Thanks a lot. I'm now writing a work on Egyptian art and this video was really very helpful for me! Glad to have come across this post in the web today.