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Re: Am I Wrong

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gregjuli_at_TeacherArtExchange
Date: Sat Feb 10 2001 - 15:35:51 PST


I'm with you Jackie on this one. I don't even let my 6th graders do that trite
stuff. They do get to see slides of ceramics form different countries and
cultures to give them ideas. But them they design their own form. I would
expect far more from a student at the high school level.
maryB

Aust ArtClasses wrote:would like for my students to do something more
associated with art

> history, ex. Hopi Indians, Maria Martinez, etc. It can even be some
> abstract. But the cute little items such as their name in clay. I
> basically told them I was not into the cute little things ( The Sunday
> Afternoon Clay), they informed me they were just children, that mom would
> like it. By the way, these are 9-12 graders. Am I the one that is wrong
> here. I do have high expectations for my students.
>
> Any suggestions on how you approach projects like this would be greatly
> appreciated.
>
> Jackie
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