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RE: [teacherartexchange] combining high school art classes?


From: Debbie Nicholas (Debbie.Nicholas_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Aug 30 2011 - 05:51:03 PDT

I have painting 2, painting 3 and AP 2-D at the same time. I have each
group working on various projects which overlap at times. The hardest
time is in the beginning when you are getting each group started on
their projects. I try to plan projects so some instruction will be done
at the same time and then break down the groups for specifics. My board
is divided into those sections and Art 1. I use a different color dry
erase marker to help distinguish between classes. I have the titles of
the projects, objectives, grading criteria, and instructions for each
group in their spot on the board in their specified color.

NE Texas

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Sent: Monday, August 29, 2011 11:55 PM
To: TeacherArtExchange Discussion Group
Subject: [teacherartexchange] combining high school art classes?

My colleague has been asked to combine studio art classes for the first
time due to low enrollment. He will now have Studio I, Studio II, and
Studio III all together in one class, but each are at various levels of
learning. He will have about 19 kids together in one class. Have any of
you been asked to do this? I have heard it is not uncommon. I teach the
elementary grades, so I do not have this problem. Any of you high school
teachers been asked to do this? If so, got any good tips on how to
successfully merge these classes? Thanks. Katrina

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