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Re: Forwarded: Forwarded: Re: Curriculum Issues

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Norman Brown (nobrown.pgh.pa.us)
Thu, 10 Apr 1997 13:45:53 -0400 (EDT)


Just want to share my experience with Art History...Can not be just Art in
the Dark......I found that showing only a few slides at a time....maximum
10... with a work sheet that provideds an area to sketch...and an area
for note taking, kept students
on task....once lights are back on again...the remainder of time was used
for informal discussion around works shown ...ending each unit or time
period with a related Art History studio project. Our best work was a 3-D
time line of art fragments (made from paper mache) that represented art
from pre-historic to modern times. Students also enjoyed creating small
egg tempra reproductions that sat on easels.