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Re: PowerPoint for sharing


Date: Sat May 03 2003 - 19:47:21 PDT

How written out do we need to make these PPT visuals? Do you only want
finished out ones with lots written, or are collections of still lifes
with kid exampes for still life adequate, for example? Seems like
topics/artists/activities lumped together on each powerpoint would be
pretty obvious in many cases. I'd be happy to research on my own any
artists I was more ihnterested in that had no accompanying information,
only visuals. In many cases, I just write a few words in the notes
below a slide to remind me of where I want to go with that slide. I
don't know if they would always make sense to anyone else with out
script. I have key ideas that I convey to kids in powerpoints, but so
much of them through discussion, observation, etc. I have tons of
like when I paint birds with second graders, I have tons of bird artists
and we discuss their work through inquiry about composition, E&P,
content, etc. Some of the examples have a lot written for an artist or
two, but they are pretty uneven and unfinished for publication. Fine
for me, but not finished out for publication. How finished do we expect
these to be?