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Lesson Plans

Re: Lessons

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Rick (rlarson)
Mon, 16 Aug 1999 07:57:29 -0500

We had a set of art books when I arrived here 10 years ago. I didn't really
know what to do with them, so the say. I occaisionally would use them for
visuals. I later got on the textbook adoption committee when we were up for new
ones, and got the district to sign some sort of textbook waiver and ordered a
set of ARTWORKS for 1-6th grade. I really like them. They have lots of visuals
and they are non-gender biased, lots of artist background. I'd like to know if
anyone else uses these. Betsy

Deeknik wrote:

> I enjoy having a set of books so everyone can look at the same artwork
> without problems. Sometimes the slide projector is just inconvenient for
> just one slide. This way we can look at and discuss the work quick then put
> the books away.
> I have a classroom set only. Sometimes when I have a sub they come in handy
> also. We have some subs that don't want any kind of studio art going. The
> students can take turns reading and so forth.
> Debbie