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Lesson Plans


Re: Drawing "emergency kit" for subs

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AViles5631
Wed, 27 May 1998 16:57:27 EDT


I know that I have a file of about 25 worksheets and lesson plans that are
especially stored away for substitute days.
They range from step by step perspective lessons to famous art works on a grid
for students to match on a corresponding grid to lessons on value, texture,
etc... I know that I have some good, "pull outs" from Art Educator Magazine,
and some from Scholastic Arts (Art and Man).

I dont know about the rest of you, but I have to be incredibly specific when
leaving things for the substitute and rarely take any chances for them to
continue on with their works in progress- substitutes tend to create havoc,
but only because they are so clueless about the management within an art
class.

Of course, these are mostly directed towards Junior High/Middle school. Would
be more than happy to scan them (if I can ever get the time to get to it) and
pass them along to anyone that is interested...
Just let me know-
I keep them in a box, lesson plan all ready written up, ready to pull out at a
moments notice when I am going to be out-
Amy
PS- when I did teach elementary, I would on accasion leave "Clay Days" when I
would leave oil based clay for students to play with, seemed to keep them more
entertained than simply drawing, at this level, however, not so sure of just
what they might make, ahem...