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Re: Bad language in art- Help needed


From: Susan M Kipp (smkipp_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Mar 14 2002 - 15:48:58 PST

Ground rules have to be set at the beginning and revisited over and over
again. We have the 3 B's at our school: Be Safe. Be Responsible. Be
Respectful. Bad languange is not respectful. Students know this. Parents
know this. Period.
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Subject: Re: Bad language in art- Help needed

> We are teachers -in every respect.
> I believe vugarity is never acceptable behavior for children or
> adults.
> If the child refuses to change the words,I would hold the paper
> and ask the parents for a conference.
> Are we raising a generation that doesnt understand how to behave like
> and gentlemen? Let's be the best civilized examples we can be!
> We teach so much more than Art.
> Patti
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