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Re: Questions, new art

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Wed, 28 Aug 1996 08:04:22 -0500 (CDT)

THis is a great lesson plan!

However, the URL in your original posting was inaccurate. The
correct URL is:

(It's amazing how much impact one little period can make!)

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On Sat, 24 Aug 1996 Ann2355 wrote:

> More questions. Jot down the first word that comes to mind when you look at
> this artwork (students can be provided with small slips of paper)? Collect
> the slips of paper and ask students to listen carefully as you read the
> words. ask them to listen for many similar words, and/or for opposites.
> Identify these similarities and differences. Then ask, what do
> you see in the artwork that might bring out this response.
> Have students arrange the slips of paper as a "poem". What meaning is
> suggested? Rearrange the words, and continue
> discussion.
> For my "Stepping ino the Picture" discussion guide, go to
> Ann Bunn
> Formerly Education Coordinator, University Art Museum, California State
> University, Long Beach