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Lesson Plans


Triggering the imagination

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Bob Beeching (robprod)
Sun, 29 Aug 1999 20:52:37 -0700


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Have you noticed how students tend to respond to videos featuring other =
students? They are a gregerious group, and don't often get a chance to =
see what other students are doing in the arts.

Here's a group of short videos that you may want to consider at:

<http://www.sierratel.com/robprod/videofeatures1.jpg>

and don't forget to check in and BOOKMARK: =
<http://www.sierratel.com/robprod/artorgan.htm>
for a refreshing visual experience on the web.

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Have you noticed how students tend to respond to = videos=20 featuring other students? They are a gregerious group, and don't often = get a=20 chance to see what other students are doing in the arts.
 
Here's a group of short videos that you may want to = consider=20 at:
 
<http://www.s= ierratel.com/robprod/videofeatures1.jpg>
 
and don't forget to check in and BOOKMARK: <http://www.sierrat= el.com/robprod/artorgan.htm>
for a refreshing visual experience on the = web.
 
_________________________________________rb
 
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