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Lesson Plans


beginning premises

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Ken and Chris (kenh)
Wed, 1 Jan 1997 01:33:59 -0600


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beginning premises: (for students on the first day of class)
1. a large part of the content of this class is information you (the =
student) all ready know. the energy you use to turn your personal =
experiences into images will have much to do with the quality of your =
artwork.
2. ideas?

beginning premises: (for teachers)
1. there are two ways for a hitter to get the pitch he/she wants. the =
simplest way is not to want any pitch in particular, but the best way =
is to want the very pitch you're going to get.
2. ideas?

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beginning premises: (for students on = the first=20 day of class)
1.  a large part of the content = of this=20 class is information you (the student) all ready know.  the energy = you use=20 to turn your personal experiences into images will have much to do with = the=20 quality of your artwork.
2.  ideas?
 
 
 
beginning premises: (for = teachers)
1.  there are two ways for a = hitter to get=20 the pitch he/she wants.  the simplest way is not to want any pitch = in=20 particular,  but the best way = is to want=20 the very pitch you're going to get.
2.  = ideas?
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