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Modern Teacher LessonsEach of these units provides historical context, contains lessons that may be used together or independently, includes a glossary, and has a list of ideas for further consideration. The following lessons include artists featured in Picasso to Warhol: Fourteen Modern Masters. These multi-disciplinary lessons are targeted to secondary teachers of art, history, and language arts. Find all of these lessons and many others on The Museum of Modern Art’s Modern Teachers page.1893–1913: Fauvism and Expressionism Lesson 3: Artists’ Journeys (Matisse)1907–1914: Cubism and FuturismLesson 1: Painting Modern Life (Picasso)Lesson 2: Rise of the Modern World (Léger)1914–1928: Early AbstractionLesson 1: New Visions of the World (Mondrian)1913–1936: Dada and SurrealismLesson 1: Transforming Everyday Objects (Duchamp)Lesson 4: Landscapes: Real and Imagined (Miró)Art between the WarsLesson 1: Identity (Picasso)Lesson 3: Action/Reaction: Art and Politics (Léger)1950–1969: Abstract Expressionism and Pop ArtLesson 1: Revolutions in Painting (Pollock)Lesson 3: Transforming Everyday Objects (Warhol)Lesson 4: Art and Politics (Johns, Warhol)1961–2004: Artists among NationsLesson 2: Mapping National and Geographic Identity (Johns)On Paper: Drawings in the Collection of the Museum of Modern ArtLesson 1: Materials and Process (Bearden)Artist’s Work/Artist’s Voice: PicassoLesson 1: Self-portrait of the ArtistLesson 2: The Artist at WorkLesson 3: PortraitureLesson 4: Painting Modern LifeLesson 5: Art and WarLesson 6: Innovations in Media