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Lesson Plans


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Glen Williams (gw1944)
Mon, 24 Mar 1997 17:15:45 -0600

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Fellow Teachers:
Am not up to a discusssion about the nature of plagiarism but found an
excellent way for students to understand (very early in the course) the
nature of drawing from a 3 dm object and a photo. Simply I had the students
take photos of a fist- sized object of their choice. They arranged
lighting, point of view- all the usual stuff. Took the photo. Then they
drew the rendered the object from the point where they had taken the
photo. The renderings were set aside for a couple of weeks. The photos
came back and the students took home the photos and copied them to the
best of their ability. The two drawings were put side by side and some
intersting discussions ensued. Made for some good conversations about
spatial intelligence.
Glen Williams Vt,

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