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Lesson Plans


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Karen Hurt (khurt)
Wed, 09 Dec 1998 08:54:58 -0500

If you have them drag their chairs outside, go back in and get some
drawing boards and materials, turn the chairs upside down, rest the
drawing boards along the backs, and then sit on the ground to paint or
draw a few times, I'm sure your administration will either think you are
incredibly brilliant, or will buy you some easels.

Good luck.

Christi Fennell wrote:

> Just to throw in my 2 cents worth....:)
> My second and third year art students are painting landscapes using
> acrylic or watercolor paints. They understand the need to cover the
> canvas or paper, but they want to paint it BRIGHT BLUE. I mean BRIGHT
> BLUE. I am having the problem convincing them that the color is too
> intense and that the particles in the air along with the pollution
> dull the sky's color as it gets closer to the earth. I even walk them
> outside and have them compare. I would love to have easels and allow
> them to paint outside, but until I get some $$$$, I can not afford
> them. Any suggestions?
> C. 50 degrees in Sunny Southern California
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