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> From: wduncan <wduncan>
> To: getty artsnet talk <artsednet.edu>; Ed1Pat1;
> Subject: Collograph Printing Lesson on the Web
> Date: Saturday, August 07, 1999 11:05 PM
> Hey there, I finally put a lesson plan on line, and I don't even
> write them for my principal, that's because she never reads them.
> Anyway, check it out and tell me what's missing. It's so hard to
> explain what you are doing and why and then expect someone besides
> yourself to understand it. The lesson is on collograph printing. It's
> something I do with my 8th graders as a final lesson in a sequence.
> I've done the same technique with 6th graders. We worked from drawings
> of flowers. It a way to pull success out of almost any student, and at
> the same time allow the really creative ones to blow your socks off.
> By the way, someone told me that the "over achievers" and the
> "slackers" of this world both go around the sun at the same rate.
> Something to think about.
> Woody of Kansas City
> This E-mail message is from Artist/Teacher Woody Duncan
> Rosedale Middle School in Kansas City, Kansas
> the new URL for school is http://kancrn.kckps.k12.ks.us/user04
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