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EILEEN PRINCE (eprinc1)
Tue, 4 Jun 1996 17:36:13 -0500 (CDT)


(I'm sending this response to Nancy via artsednet because my server doesn't
seem able to find her server!)
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>>Dear Nancy,
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>>I have visited your website and I found the info on aesthetics extremely
>>consistant with my views. What's there seems very clear and to-the-point.
>>(What I really LOVE, however, is the stuff on Japanese art. Are you
>>planning to add other units like that? ) You mention using puzzles and
>>dilemmas to spark aesthetic discussion and I use several in my classes. It
>>would be great if you could put some specific examples on your site. I'm
>>always looking for problems which have no easy answers. (I like to hear the
>>kids muttering to themselves for at least a few minutes after class is
>>over!) I have been spending my few free minutes "kibbitzing" on artsednet -
>>now that school is out, I hope to have more time to browse the web. What I
>>want to do is to compile a list of websites to hand out to my students when
>>I introduce a unit. I don't anticipate a problem with the historical or
>>multicultural units, but I'm curious to see what I will find for my younger
>>students when I look for locations that pertain to "color" or "texture" or
>>"balance". Do you know of any good sites that focus on elements and
>principles?
>>Have a good summer!
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>>Eileen Prince
>>Sycamore School
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