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The flashcard program, called CueCard is available for downloading from here: CueCard.zip or the Utilities page on my Home Page. Read the Instructions below.

You are encouraged to update and revise these Flash Cards and submit them to me, or to make up your own. Please see me if you are interested, and I will give you further instructions and a disk with images. Gumdrops available.

Eighteenth-Century.zip            

APArtHistoryTest-2004.zip

Baroque.zip

APArtHistoryTest-1998.zip
RenaissanceNorthern.zip APArtHistoryTest-1993.zip
RenaissanceHigh.zip
RenaissanceEarly.zip
Gothic2.zip
Gothic1.zip
Romanesque.zip
EarlyMedieval.zip
Byzantine.zip
EarlyChristian.zip

Rome1,2,3.zip This file is huge! (6 mg) Be patient.

Greece 2&3.zip
Greece1.zip
Greece1Vocab.zip
Aegean.zip
AegeanVocab.zip
Egypt.zip
EgyptVocab1.wcuThanks to Erika!
AncientNearEast.zip
AncientNearEastVocab.wcu Thanks to Emily!
Prehistoric.zip

Instructions: 
How to download a flashcard set and run it with the CueCard program. 

You have to follow these directions carefully to make CueCard work smoothly with images.

First, download and install the CueCard program clicking on it below or from the Utilities page of my Homepage.
CueCard.zip

Then create a folder into which to download the Chapter Unit CueCard Zip file. I like to have a separate folder for each flash card set, e.g. Prehistoric, AncientNearEast, etc.

Then, download the Zip file into that folder and unzip it.

You will have the CueCard data file for that set of flash cards, a .wcu file and the corresponding .jpg image files. As long as the CueCard file and the associated jpg image files are in the same folder, CueCard will work with that set of images.

Run CueCard, open the file you want to work with, and you're on your way.

The vocabulary card sets can also be downloaded  into the same folder as the image card sets.

Play around with the program for a while and see all the things it can do. It's a powerful program that makes a great study tool.

 

These two flash card sets below were created by a former student using Word. They cover a wide range.

Flash Cards 1.doc

Flash Cards 2.doc