Out and About in DC: Part 2
Last school year, our students could once again travel and explore our region's resources – and those excursions have continued to proliferate in 2022-23:
12th Grade - Art History
Earlier this month, Maureen's Art History class headed to the Italian Renaissance Collection at the National Gallery, where they focused on linear perspective. Renaissance architect Filippo Brunelleschi revived linear perspective (a technique to create the illusion of depth) in the early 1400s, which proved a key advancement for the Florentine Renaissance. However, the actual technique dates back to the Romans.
12th Grade - Children's Literature On a chilly mid-January day, 12th graders in Nathan's Children's Literature trimester elective traveled to the Broadcasters' Child Development Center in Tenleytown to read some favorite children's books, both in the classrooms and on the playground.