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Re: [teacherartexchange] Stuck for New Drawing Ideas

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mwhite139_at_TeacherArtExchange
Date: Mon Jun 14 2010 - 10:11:34 PDT


This lesson was posted on IAD. It was very successful every time I taught it. This is for horses; adapt it to something your students would be very familiar with. http://www.princetonol.com/groups/iad/Files/horses.htm#Test Scroll down to the "H.A.T." Be sure and save those first drawings for the end of the year!

Maggie
 
> Hi Colleagues,
>
> From blistering hot FL, my principal expects us to still work during
> summer vacation to update syllabi and our web page. I guess he feels that our
> contract is from August to August so I am even "employed " out of the
> office. Arrrrgh.
>
> I know your thinking caps have been left in your school desk drawer (hoped
> mine was!) but i am in need of some innovative drawing lessons for my
> Beginning High School Drawing course. I have done mine for 2 years and I
> need a change. Know what I mean? I'd appreciate your sending me any of
> your favorites for high school level kids who think they can't draw. I need to
> pop them into my syllabus school calendar. Don't ask why........
>
> Micro-managed Marsh
>
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