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Lesson Plans


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Eldon L. Katter (katter)
Fri, 21 Feb 1997 15:15:13 -0500 (EST)

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This message continues to respond to the ArtsEdNet website Curriculum
Issues Seminar on Our Place in the World.
It does occur to me that a lot of people who subscribe to
ArtsEdNet Talk may not have visited Our Place in the World and therefore
find these messages to be out of place when they fall between wheat
paste, black glue, and plaster masks. That's unfortunate.
Perhaps there's a path in Our Place in the World that I have not
yet taken, so if it's there perhaps I need only be directed to it. If
not, then this is a request, or challenge, for new information.
After reading the imagination story -- Fee and the Meadow People"
-- I'm touched by the generic and universal nature of Fee's story. At the
same time, I'd like to know if there are other stories in children's
literature that teacher's might use to follow up on this story. Perhaps
there are some people listening in who might be more in touch with
children's literature and could come up with a related reading list for
Our Place in the World. Of course, I could give this as an assignment for
my art education students -- and perhaps I will -- but in the meantime,
I'd like to hear from cyperspace.


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