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Re: on-line museums in the classroom

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MichaelDelahunt (MichaelDelahunt)
Sat, 22 Mar 1997 00:13:13 GMT

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<bold>On March 20, Blood-Pattersons,bloodpat=40erols.com,Internet wrote:

</bold><x-quoted>I'm an art teacher certification student preparing lesson =
plans that=20

utilize on-line museums, as well as involve the use of the internet in=20

the art room. I'm overwhelmed with the choices of museums on-line and=20

would love suggestions of favorite sites. Any other suggestions are=20

extremely welcomed=21=21--Annie</x-quoted>

Better than any one museum on the Web is a site called ArtLex, because of t=
he way it helps you find the kinds of works you most want studentsto find a=
t online museum sites. It's first a dictionary of art terms, but along with=
many definitions are listed links to example works which are on the Web. U=
sing this go-between, you can limit the subjects of your students' surfing =
to certain schools/movements/styles of art, or media, or techniques, etc. J=
ust give them a vocabulary list=21

For instance, at =22Renaissance=22 you'll see its definition and then a lis=
t of about 15-20 links to works of the period. At =22bronze=22 you'll see t=
he definition preceding a list of about 20 links to examples of works in br=
onze. Try chiaroscuro, or collage, or masks, or.... You get the idea.

Find ArtLex at http://www.aristotle.com/sskystorage/Art/ArtLex.html

Michael Delahunt

Art teacher at Sonoran Sky Elem., Scottsdale, AZ

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