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Re: Art Clubs (Michelle)


From: Janjarreau
Date: Tue Jul 04 2000 - 19:53:41 PDT

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    Dear Michelle,
        Your Art Club sounds like a whole lot of fun and a good way to get things
    done for the whole school with minimal work on your part. You are a smart
    lady. I need to know, what is Japanimation?
    Janice
    In a message dated 7/3/00 11:13:31 AM Central Daylight Time,
    michelle_h_harrell writes:

    > I've had a great little art club for the past two years at my middle
    school.
    > We meet once a week after school for 2 hours. At the beginning of the year,
    > the kids brain-stormed what they wanted to do for the year. Then, they
    broke
    > up into small groups, pairs, or sometimes by the themselves to teach the
    > group "mini-workshops." We've had friendship bracelets, hemp jewelry (the
    > latest cool trend which is really macrame), beaded ornaments, origami,
    > japanimation, comic books, and murals. About every month or so, I'll give a
    > lesson or we'll have free art. That is their favorite because it's like
    > private lessons. But, if I did it all the time, they'd get bored and not
    know
    > what to do...
    >

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