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Art Sources Review

Title of Product:

Cattedrale di Modena

Country: Italy
Century: 1000 - The 11th Century
Topic: Arte Romanica
Image of the product:

Name of Author(s): transromanica
Name of Producer: transromanica
Language/s of Product: inglese
Target Group: Gruppi di tutte le età
Overall Evaluation: excellent
Description of contents:
1. La Cattedrale di Modena
2. Storia
3. Architettura
4. Design
Evaluation and Comments:
Overall Evaluation: excellent
Clarity of structure, logical sequence of contents: excellent
Usability / easiness of navigation: excellent
The website is interesting / stimulating: excellent
Educational and learning value: excellent
Quality and relevancy of content: excellent
Compatibility of the content with the target group: excellent
Suitability and quality of graphic interface: excellent
Degree and quality of interaction: excellent
Exploitation of the electronic potential: good
Availability and quality of simulation exercises: excellent
Quality of the evaluation tools: excellent
Possibility of printing/saving material or tests: excellent
How the product could be improved?: Aggiungendo ulteriore biografia unendo il contributo dei multimedia interattivi, nonostante uno studio sull' utilità del web.
Questo sito può essere usato da studenti e altre persone e permette di interagire con esso.
Evaluation Date: 14 maggio 2008
Name of teacher: Grigis Linda
Name of School: Istituto d’Arte Andrea Fantoni
Country: Italia
Subjects Taught: Cattedrale di Modena

Comments about this product

Date: 2009.09.18

Posted by Gabriela Kurowska, POLAND

Message: Modena Cathedral Arte Romanica
The wonderful XII century Cathedral in Modena showing off the masterpieces of 2 excellent artists (Lafranco and Wiligelmus) is a fundamental example of the early Roman Style Art. The Roman Style is widely discussed also during the classes proceeding in Gymnasium and Secondary Schools.
The purpose being closer reference to the epoch's building art formations, the teachers can use the available respected sources such as:

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