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Lesson Plans

Adult Ed Painting

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Mark Alexander (mamjam)
Fri, 22 Aug 1997 19:51:08 -0500

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Hello ArtsEdNet Folks:

Here I am in need again!

I just got a call from the director of Adult Education in our district who
is in a bind. I might have said no to his request, but I owe him one, which
is another story. I have been asked to substitute teach a normally popular
course for a very popular local artist who has badly hurt his back.The
course is still life and landscape watercolor and acrylic painting for
beginning and intermediate level adults. I am free to make program changes,
as long as my changes don't reduce the attendence level too much. Presently
I teach k-8 and my background is photography and drawing. I do enjoy some
personal acrylic painting, but I've never actually taken a watercolor
class. I'm looking for ideas, materials, and lessons to teach eight - two
hour evening lessons this fall. Any suggestions for resource materials and

Thanks in advance,

Mark Alexander
K-8 Art on the Cart
Lee H. Kellogg School
Falls Village, Connecticut

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