About selecting examples. _ Select choose specific art works for either the architecture (1.) or sculpture (2.) prompt. _ The artists/cultures of the art works should be represented anywhere in our text or slide sets; but do not choose to write about art works already covered in our materials. See below for how to look up different examples on the Internet.* Option 1. Choose two (2) very different works of architecture, by architects or cultures represented in the Art of Being Human text or my study slides, from very different times and places. Make them be by the same/similar sculptors, but chose DIFFERENT examples by them from the ones in our class materials. Prompt. Observe and Discuss what you find most interesting, and thought-provoking about them in terms of their aesthetic appearance, construction, function(s), setting, and symbolism. You may look up background, but explain and discuss your points in your own words. Conclude with insights you gained from your study about architecture, and its cultural impact. Option 2. Choose two (2) very different works of sculpture, by sculptors or cultures represented in our textbook or study slides, from very different times and places. Make them be by the same/similar sculptors, but choose DIFFERENT examples by them from the ones in our class materials. Prompt. What do you find most interesting, and thought-provoking about how their subject is treated, their aesthetic appearance, creation, function, and symbolism? What greater insight into sculpture did you gain from your study of your two choices? You may look up information, but explain and discuss your points in your own words. Conclude by discussing insights you gained from your study about sculpture, and its cultural impact. ? How to look up art works and images: Simply Google the names of the sculptors/sculpture or architects/architecture from our materials that interest you. Click on the IMAGEs option. Look for new examples from internet sites that end with the extension .org, or.edu for a better chance of reliable background information. (Use the CRAAP test link. Avoid commercial sites that sell replicas). To embed images and active URL links in a text box, click on Canvas Help or use these instructions: ? How to Embed digital images: _ On your Desktop, to keep things together, make a folder for your materials. _ Create a document in there to copy and paste the URL links to your images and information. _ Download the images to your desktop. Compress their resolution to about 150 – 300 K each. In Canvas: _ Embed images directly where you want in your text box discussion: a. copy and paste them directly into the text box from your Desktop, or, OR b. click on the Canvas landscape icon in the text editor to upload them from your Desktop. _ Adjust image size by dragging a corner of the image. How to Embed active URL links to cite information and image sources. _ In your text box, type the word link where you want the link to go. _ Click on the chain icon in Text editor menu to open a window for you to enter the link. Submit.