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". I'd really like to see students develop more appreciation of the =
visual arts and not get so hung up on the drawing thing. Some students =
don't care to learn that skill ( not that I don't
encourage them to anyway). The intrinsic motivation isn't always =
Those of you who have not yet read neurologist, Frank Wilson's "THE =
HAND", please do.
In essence: "How its use shapes the brain, language, and human culture." =
primarily with visual artists and musicians who have lost the use of =
"DRAWING" is a chicken-or-the-egg situation. I have observed
that as children pass through the grades without learning to draw,
by eighth grade they can become almost paranoid in refusing to
draw, and by the time of adulthood, it becomes total avoidance.
Anyone who can tie a shoe lace can learn to draw, Drawing tends to
increase visual perception and leads toward a better understanding
of one's external environment.
Q. Can one appreciate food without eating it?
Q. How can one appreciate anything without experiencing it?
Q. If a child says "I can't read" or "I don't want to read" do we say
"That's O.K." and leave it at that?
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