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Re: Emergency Value Drawing Plans....

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From: Deb Mortl (dmortl_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Feb 21 2002 - 18:25:39 PST


Can you set up a still life, have them do thumbnail sketches and choose the
best to do a more complete drawing?

>Hi....I just rejoined the list serve but have been just reading most of
>the>time......I have a dilemma..... I just had surgery on my ankle and
>can't>return to school as soon as I thought I could....does anyone have a
>good>lesson plan that doesn't require much direction.....the sub has no
>art>experience.....I left them with a value drawing last week, and I think
>they>will be done with it....and they barely started when I left.....we
>have block>scheduling so they will have about 3 or four more periods before
>I get back>.......this is for high school art (not very experienced)
>.....or anything>that will "keep them busy" with a bare minimum of
>supplies...I left>EVERYTHING locked up.....they have their ebony pencils
>and erasers....and my>friend can bring in some colored pencils and white
>drawing paper...HELP
>PLEASE!!!!!!! Barb

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