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The above rules were written while at home so The real rules are at
I have them fold a 9x12 paper into 6ths. In each box they design a symbol
for each rule.
They may sketch ideas on other paper but they are to turn in the final
piece for a grade. They need color,(colored pencils), fill the space, be
neat and creative. This is a great two day first project and some are
really cute . I do this will beginning art classes and would love to do
for the advanced as a reminder to the rules. Maybe I will do a group
project with them. This really helps them remember the rules. Oh I call
the rules procedures. Classroom procedures.
Enola in Indiana we begin Monday.
> From: Teri Sanford <terily>
> To: mwhite; art <artsednet.edu>
> Subject: medieval unit
> Date: Wednesday, August 12, 1998 6:04 PM
> I would appreciate a copy of your unit as well. This is my first year
> teaching a mixed (9-12) class, along with my k-6 classes. I am frantic
> for ideas! Do you (or anyone else) have any ideas about the first week
> of school for HS kids? I am used to s-l-o-w-l-y breaking in the little
> ones so that they follow rules (although my 6th graders today were
> AWFUL). Any help is appreciated!
> (who's in a panic about tomorrow--big kids!)