>From: Woody Duncan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> This leads me to something I've always wanted to try. Have one student lie
>> down on the table and have another student stand at the first student's
>> head upside down and draw his portrait. What do you think? Think is would
>> be a better portrait? Ha. >> Toodles....Bunki ---
> Clarify, ( "have another student stand at the first student's
> head upside down" ) Standing upside down is a rather difficult position
> to draw from. Sounds interesting, I'll try it for the next evaluation.
> Woody in KC
Yep, you got it. Everybody stands upside down and draws. It takes some
coordination on the student's part (there's always one or two who can't do
it). This re-enforces the "brain-scramble" so everyone goes from left-brain
to right-brain syndrome. It makes it essential for the teacher to illustrate
left-brain activities AND explain how to draw easier. I read it somewhere.