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Lesson Plans


ON ROOM ARANGEMENTS?

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Bob Beeching (robprod)
Mon, 19 Jul 1999 13:53:52 -0700


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CHECKLIST FOR AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 1999
a.. Strip down all walls, and get rid all those "wise sayings."
b.. Get rid of the bath tubs, bunk beds, tires, and bean bags.
c.. Start the year with a clean and uncluttered visual environment.
d.. As the year progress, let the room reflect student progress.
e.. Beauty is as beauty does.
Some rooms remind me of looking at too many wallpaper sample books.
Ask yourself, would you personally want to live in the environment of =
classroom clutter?

A classroom should be the reflection of student productions.
Out of personal necessity, students become desensitized by visual =
clutter.
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CHECKLIST FOR AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 1999
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Ask yourself, would you personally want to live in = the=20 environment of classroom clutter?
 
A classroom should be the reflection of student=20 productions.
Out of personal necessity, students become = desensitized by=20 visual clutter.
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