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[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]SheSails2
Tue, 21 Dec 1999 22:13:01 EST
Yes-- I have used the Mark Kistler book for about eight+ years with my
students..There were a set of videos that could be used as well. My
elementary kids used them second through fifth grades, but the second graders
had a bit of trouble at first. Fifth graders LOVED them. I would display
samples of the drawings we were to try, then show the videos. They were to
try at least three of the drawings. Again, this was not the ONLY method used
in teaching students how to draw, but they could put their sketches in their
sketchbooks..It was a great activity to begin the new year with, when they
weren't quite ready to begin again, or if there was a holiday or workday
ahead. We all know what happens to the continuity of lessons during that
time, don't we?
All the best, and Happy Holidays,
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