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Lesson Plans

Re: Sandy's Portfolio......

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Bunki Kramer (
Sun, 26 Apr 1998 21:35:56 -0700

>I can see where you are coming from regarding having the actual student work,
>but I don't think I can keep a student's work. As far as grade levels I meant
>elementary, middle and high school.
>Thanks for the help.

HI....You can "ask" students for their work. Most will be delighted. If
that doesn't work, the next best thing is to MAKE samples to show what you
would do.'re probably (and I can almost guarrantee) that you
will be selected by regular educators....not ART educators or ARTISTS. They
have little knowledge/understanding of the art process. In the cases I've
seen, most don't give a rip about written philosophy either nor do they
like to read lots of paper. They will usually judge on product. That's just
the way it is.


Bunki Kramer
Los Cerros Middle School
968 Blemer Rd.
Danville, California 94526