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Stories of Art in Print?

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Ben Schasfoort (Ben.Schasfoort)
Sat, 08 Mar 1997 23:22:29 +0100

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This is about the question how I would prefer Stories of Art.
In Print, not on the Web.
Loose pages, A4, perforated (European 4 holes)

Roughly organized in this way:
Stories of Art
- A collection of practical suggestions for teachers about art history.
- Organized in ten themes
- Inquiry-based

Contents
Introduction
- About the book: goal/age group/resource for teachers/etc
- Place of Art History in Art Education
- What inquiry-based is
- Why thematic
- Al themes organized in the same way
- What is used in all theme's and lessons (general goals/art history
questions/etc.)

Ten themes

Theme one:
- Introduction to the theme
- Goals of this theme

Lesson one (can be more or less the same for all lessons)
- Goals of this lesson
- Texts/visual material needed for this lesson (visual material excellent
quality in A5, can be reproduced, enlarged, computerized)
- Other material (handouts, scheme's etc printed in A4/ easy to copy)
- Suggestions for activities
- Suggestions for evaluation
- Literature for teachers
- Literature for students
(it should become clear for teachers how they can use similar theme's,
texts, images, questions and evaluations for their students. This should not
only be said but regularly showed with examples)

Lesson two
etc.

Extra lesson one
etc.
Ben Schasfoort
e-mail: ben.schasfoort
Tel. and fax: (0) 597 55 15 03


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