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Re: [teacherartexchange] music in the classroom

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From: Darren High (darren_high_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Jul 05 2005 - 12:54:37 PDT


The students who are doing the reading wouldn't be
able to work on their own art projects. It would be
better to play books on tape if you can find some that
are age appropriate.

--- Jean Womack <jeaneger@jeaneger.com> wrote:

> I have wondered if it is possible and practical and
> beneficial to ask one of
> the students to read to the class while students are
> working on their
> projects. I was told about Jewish sweatshops in New
> York where the workers
> hired a reader to read to them while they sewed.
> They were read great books
> while they worked and acquired more education that
> way. Education was very
> important to them.
>
> When I went to school, we were not allowed to talk.
> It's a good thing we
> were allowed to pass notes to each other or I might
> not be able to
> communicate at all.
>
> Jean Womack
> Richmond, California
>
>
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