Thanks for sharing Ken (and Bob)!
Ken, I remember seeing examples of your lessons in the past and really enjoying the content and learning objectives. I like that Art ll is web based - and that power points are included. Checking it out now...
On Aug 15, 2011, at 12:43 PM, Ken Schwab <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hello all, I am Ken Schwab a longtime member of this group and groups before. I
> have given many projects to the Incredible Art Dept. but my friend and I have
> created lessons for art educators that are pretty involved.
> I wanted to tell everyone about a new complete course Art II, I have worked on
> with my fellow retiree Bob Capitolo. We did Art I last year. Bob and I also
> wrote a book out of Sterling Press called "Drawing Course 101" but since then,
> we have created a website with lessons for art educators. These lessons don't
> cost much, but it took us a lot of work to create them.
> In this website, we have written complete lesson plans with hints and tips, some
> charts, examples as well as a very complete PowerPoint demonstration of each
> project. We have both taught for over 36 years each and we want to share or
> programs. We also tied every project in Art 2 to the national standards with
> questions at the end of each lesson.We both taught A.P. art since 1985 and I
> only had one student get a 2, mostly 4's and 5's. This Art 2 comes after doing
> Art 1 and we worked on it for a year.
> If you checkout our website it will explain and show you examples of the works
> in Art II. We based Art II on the Modes of design and eight color schemes. We
> tell you the Elements and of Art and the Principles of Composition and use them
> along with the eight Color Schemes to produce 7 involved and different
> projects. If you are interested in Art II, or others we have done, then go to:
> artteacherplans.com. Check it out.
> thank you,
> Ken Schwab
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