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Re: printmaking


From: Marcia Scurfield (mkscurfield_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Apr 10 2002 - 16:09:53 PDT

With fifth graders last year I had about a third of them printing in the
back of the room while the other two thirds worked on a writing/illustration
project. We had four printing stations with a pair of printmakers at each.
While one was inking his plate, the other was burnishing the back of his.
Since my attention was on the third who were printing, my sense was that the
other two thirds didn't accomplish a whole lot when it wasn't their week to
print, but they were pretty excited about the outcome of their styrofoam
plate prints, so maybe I need to look at the big picture. Ya gotta do what
ya gotta do.

Marcia, Derby, KS

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jayna Huffines" <>
To: "ArtsEdNet Talk" <>
Sent: Monday, April 08, 2002 12:49 PM
Subject: printmaking

> Since we are on the subject of printmaking, does
> anyone else get entirely frustrated with the mess?
> My 8th graders are printmaking now, and with a class
> of 26 and two sinks- I'm going insane!!! By the way,
> I'm a neat freak. I'm thinking about having half the
> class print while the other half does something else.
> My smaller classes do not pose a problem. Any other
> suggestions?
> Jayna
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