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Re: English and Art
[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]John M. Barrick
Wed, 18 Mar 1998 14:20:41 -0500
Just a thought .I do believe the chinese fold paper as well as Japanese.
If so in origami they seem to have made every animal. What about
having the folded animals as links to the English words.
Don't worry about bringing supplies for the whole class. Be addaptable
to your surroundings. Bring what little things you might use. Your own
supplies. I usually travel with : Scissors,ruler lead pointer,
eraser,pencil with extra leads.white out,sticky tack,glue,paper clips
tracing paper pad for ideas. Sometimes whiteout tape and scotch and
masking tape. Bring what you think you'll need.You can always use a copy
machine.ie a mask outline which could be copied.I'm sure they will have
paper possibly their own tools. Try to find out more information.
If not draw in the sand.
Hope all goes well,
> Hi! This is my first time to post on the list, but I really do enjoy the
> ideas I get from this wonderful source. I am an Art Ed. Student in
> Louisiana. I am receiving an opportunity to teach conversational English
> in China this summer (If I can raise the money.) My advisor, who also
> coordinates the trip, wants me to use art in some way as a tool for
> teaching English. This task has baffled me. I am only able to bring one
> large suitcase for clothes and supplies, so please offer suggestions that
> don't require many supplies. I would appreciate any ideas to help me make
> this trip a success.