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Re: Lessons

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Rick (rlarson)
Wed, 18 Aug 1999 11:17:34 -0500


Thanks for feedback. I think that they are great also, so it's nice to know
that someone else sees them as I do. Not all of the art teachers use them in
our district, even though they all have a set. I could never understand why. I
do not use them on a weekly basis but often enough to know that they really get
the students to look and ask questions about art. betsy

The Whites wrote:

> I purchased Art Works for our new school six years ago. Each grade level
> set has 30 lessons (60 transparencies), posters of the artists - paintings
> and photographs, teacher guide, time line and examples of students doing the
> concepts and skills, and a wonderful teacher guide(that is totally
> cross-referenced with every other grade levels materials). I am a former
> art teacher now doing Gifted and Talented classes at two schools (last five
> years); needless to say I incorporate Art across the curriculum. My
> teachers love Art Works and use it every week. Last summer I was fortunate
> to get a set for my other school and the teachers can hardly wait for them
> to be catalogued. Harcourt Brace has discontinued this series and it was
> difficult to round up all five levels, but their wonderful sales lady found
> them for me. I am NOT a representative of their company, but can praise
> this series to the sky because I have seen it work. It covers all areas of
> DBAE. This company does have a new series (all components have to be
> purchased separately) that is well coordinated with social studies at each
> grade level. The art posters and lessons and teachers' guides are teacher
> friendly and well presented. Hope this helps someone out there. Linda
> White in Norman, OK where we do not have elementary art specialists.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rick <rlarson>
> To: Deeknik <Deeknik>
> Cc: wduncan <wduncan>; sidmill.us
> <sidmill.us>; artsednet.edu
> <artsednet.edu>
> Date: Monday, August 16, 1999 7:58 AM
> Subject: Re: Lessons
>
> >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
> >
> >
> >