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On Sun, 8 Mar 1998, RWilk85411 wrote:
> I have to agree with Diane on a specialist being better than the classroom
> teacher doing it. At least the students with art in their blood get to see a
> real artist and get some real information. We don't have classroom teachers
> teaching art in SC. I'd almost forgotten what that was like. When I went
> through school it means we made a papier mache' mask in the third grade and a
> finger painting in the sixth. That was it. Oh I did get chewed out for doing a
> drawing of my sixth grade teacher while she was reading to us. It looked just
> like her. Maybe that was the problem. She wasn't particularly attractive. :-))
> I would have felt like I had died and gone to heaven if a real artist had come
> into our classroom. And I would probably remember to this day every word that
> s/he said.