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Re: [teacherartexchange] Student Art Exhibits


From: Laurie Reber (lareb18_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sat Jul 02 2005 - 12:19:51 PDT

Where do you all store the student portfolios? Space
is such an issue, but the idea of a student portfolio
is a great one.

--- Jayna Huffines <> wrote:

> What a great idea- that could save me some tagboard.
> ha!
> gail kizis <> wrote:we got
> our local Albertson's grocery store to donate that
> many brown paper
> grocery bags.
> this is our first activity each year (high school).
> students cut the bottom off the bag. start by
> cutting straight down one of
> the corners till you get to the bottom of the bag,
> then cut off the bottom.
> next, fold with all the writing inside.
> tape sides with masking tape. this is their
> portfolio for the year. some
> kids will keep a pencil in theirs because for some
> reason carrying a pencil
> these days is too uncool.
> last, divide one side of the portfolio into sections
> (irregular, organic
> shapes look best) then we go over the basic elements
> of art and students may
> use their choice of media to illustrate each one in
> a section of one side of
> the portfolio.
> have a standard spot for printing name and class
> period boldly on one side.
> works pretty well and these aren't too bulky.
> nancy in north texas
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