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Lesson Plans


trying again.

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Bob Greaves (Robert.Greaves.au)
Wed, 19 Feb 1997 10:51:57 +0000

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If this note has appeared before iIapologize. Our system says that
it failled to be delivered.

My comment about disney and children's literature was not
come and with each generation for i am sure that there is going to
be a generation of fathers in about 10 years who will draw ninja
turtle for their children). No my concern was that the images , no
matter what the story, are basically the same style. The stories often
have the literary merit removed (ie A.A.Mlines work) and children are
not given the opportunity to be exposed to a wide range of styles.
As for the film media, the Disney style dominates and other animation
processes often go unseen. ie Wallace and Gromet and some of the
Russian animation.


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