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Re: Re: art on a cart

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RICKY_A_SMITH
Sun, 18 Jan 1998 19:03:32 -0800 (PST)


HAVE YOUR SUPPLIES READY AHEAD OF TIME IN STORAGE CONTAINERS ON YOUR CART. SPEND EITHER LESS TIME ON YOUR ORAL PRESENTATION OR ON THE STUDENTS HANDS ON EXPERIENCE DOING THE PROJECT AND EXTEND THE LESSON UNTIL THE NEXT CLASS. COMMUNICATION WITH THE CLASSROOM TEACHER IS VERY IMPORTANT. ASK THEM WHERE YOU CAN HANG OR PLACE WET ART WORK AND 3-D ART WORK IN THEIR CLASSROOM. STUDENTS AND PARENT VOLUNTEERS CAN HELP WITH CLEAN UP. IF A TEACHER OR ASSISTANT CAN HELP, ASK. 3-D WORK SHOULD RARELY BE DONE BECAUSE OF STORAGE SPACE BUT IT SHOULD BE DONE. TACTFULLY DISCUSS WITH THE TEACHER LEAVING THE ROOM IF THIS DOES NOT WORK THEN SPEAK TO THE PRINCIPAL.