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Lesson Plans


Looking for Jay Conley

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Suzannart
Mon, 2 Aug 1999 13:27:42 EDT


Jay,
I tried to send this to JConley957 with no success. I'll try
artsednet and see if you surface.

I am missing 4 pages from your packet, "Adventures in Drawing I"
They are # 3,19,34,64. Is there any way I could get a duplicate of these four?

I did an awesome lesson with #71, A Bird's Eye View of a City. The 6th grade
produced very elaborate artworks and felt a sense of accomplishment. At the
beginning, I kept hearing, I don't get it.

Inspiration: a Video from PBS channel 11, "Chicago, A River Tour By Boat" and
the Renaissance period

Criteria: Aerial view, linear perspective, atmospheric perspective, value in
line, overlapping, sizing perspective, close up object detail.

Medium: Colored pencils.

Strategy: Overhead projector, guided drawing of the concept of one point
perspective.
Tracing paper was stapled on top of the drawing as a temporary
overlay for all questions and comments between the student and
myself.

I am interested in your 2nd packet. May I see a sample?

Sue Pranno
skiart (personal addrs)
suzannart (artsed talk group addrs)