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Re:[teacherartexchange] teacherartexchange digest: August 16, 2005


Date: Wed Aug 17 2005 - 06:15:02 PDT

Debbie, I can't believe that they didn't tell you until now. The same
thing I wrote for Randy holds true for you, ask this student what he
wants to do most. Talk about the challenges and how you can help him
the most. I also think clay would be a great way to go with this
student. Maybe you could have some small sculptures or model animals,
cars, houses, whatever. If your student could feel these shapes maybe
he would want to try to make something similar. Or perhaps organic
shapes would be good for abstract sculpture.

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