1.What is the lecture mainly about?
A. The images in stained-glass windows
B. The history of stained-glass art
C. The importance of religious art during the Middle Ages
D. Techniques for making glass during the Middle Ages
2.What are two points the professor makes about stained glass windows made during the Middle Ages? [Click on 2 answers.]
A. They typically were small in size.
B. The glass was colored during the glassmaking process.
C. They were used mainly for churches.
D. They had simple designs.
3.During the Middle Ages, what was one of the first steps that artists used in making a stained glass window?
A. They drew the design onto the top of a table.
B. They created models of the design with lead strips.
C. They drew an outline of the design directly onto a piece of glass.
D. They painted the design on paper.
4.According to the professor, what are two ways in which stained-glass windows made in the sixteenth century differed from those made in earlier centuries? [Click on 2 answers.]
A. The way the glass was colored
B. The role played by lead strips
C. The scenes that were depicted
D. The way glass pieces were cut
5.What does the professor imply contributed to the popularity of Tiffany glass?
A. The use of lead compounds to enhance its colors
B. The reuse of stained glass from old church windows
C. The invention of electric lighting
D. A new process for painting glass
6.What does the woman imply when she says this:
A. It is unfortunate that people in the nineteenth century destroyed old stained glass windows.
B. Stained glass windows made in the nineteenth century are more beautiful than those made earlier.
C. It was necessary for people in the nineteenth century to break stained glass windows.
D. Stained-glass windows made in the 19th century are more valuable today than windows in previous centuries.