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Re: Middle school research site...want to work on one ?


From: Woody Duncan (wduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Feb 28 2001 - 16:37:58 PST

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                                Woody in KC wrote:
> Hi Woody --
> Thanks for the link to Star Track. The reason for the project I proposed is
> that I find the majority of the artist biographical sites I've found online
> are too long for kids to wade through during the short time they have in
> class, or are incomplete in other ways. I'd like to have links to more
> comprehensive or more specific sites on these basic research pages, but would
> like to streamline the information so that students could access and
> comprehend the material quickly while in class.

> Amy Ropple

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