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On Thu, 30 Apr 1998 09:30:08 -0400 John & Sandra Barrick
>Sounds intriguing but does it really take 15 minutes? This must be for
>older grades. It also reminds me of a lesson I did with Gauguin,I had
>the kids close their eyes and visualize a beach scene.They were
>age and that was something they could relate to.(it's a more involved
>lesson then that but not for now) I've incorporated music in some of
>the lessons but I don't know abot this new discussion on assessment. I
>wouldn't want to be responsible for teaching all the Arts. One is
>enough,incorporating elements of others are okay. I'd rather have a
>music teacher/musician teaching Music. A theatre major teaching
>I think I would tell the student teacher that being prepared is the
>I'm not going to give advise on an interview since I haven't had one
>that far to show my students work. Although now to think of it some of
>the kids I taught have graduated highschool.(I had them when they were
>Find out the age she will be teaching and make the lesson she shows to
>be age appropriate.
>There are so many lessons posted the last few months since I started,
>I'd tell her to go to the archives and go through a few herself.
>This is a good resource,she needs to become familiar with it. Have her
>also look up the lesson's on the Getty web page.
>Mike Delaney wrote:
>> what I think woul be good would for her to teach the lesson with the
>> different intellihgences. Like: Play classical muasic quietly.
>> close their eyes and visualize what ashe is telling them. I narrate
>> story about the elements of design.
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