It probably keeps them awake too. I think Gerald is a snooze and so do my
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Subject: Re: elements/principles worksheet??
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> Brommer and most any age can easily understand the concepts. > From:
"Maw-Deis, Caroline" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2002 1:36 PM
> Subject: elements/principles worksheet??
> > Dear Friends:
> > I am wondering if anyone has a Poster or Worksheet/Handout of the
> > Elements/Princiles of Design. Kind of like a checklist of information
> > give to students on HOW TO DESIGN posters in a creative and appealing
> > they work on graphic projects for other subjects and on power-point
> > presentations. So often they are fascinated by all the glitter and jazz
> > designing with ready-made images that they 'glop' it all together, or
> > place info randomly on their poster board without any real aesthetic
> > considerations, afterall "its just for math class" or something. I'd
> > to offer them a quick list of things to consider before handing it in...
> > thanx,
> > caroline