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<The most dramatic--and hands on-- method of comparing the two mediums would
<probably be to assign half of the class to do a project on the computer and
<half to do the same thing in traditional media Or ask each person to do
<two very similar projects -one in traditonal and the other on the
<computer. The comparisons will point up not only differences in procedure,
<time, thinking required, but also individual differences in response to
Thanks!! This is a great idea! I am teaching a unit on advertising to 9th
and 10th graders in which they are designing a product, logo and ad. We've
been discussing graphic arts as a job and I've been showing old pages of
Chart Pak and Letraset and explaining how much the industry has changed by
the computer (each student has their own lap top at the school!) Using
Lily's idea could be a mini-history of the graphic arts field as well as a
great look at computer technology.
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