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I think it's safe to assume that when we ask for ideas, we will be
plugging in any number of concepts when we finally present them to our
classes. We're all professionals, and a creative bunch at that, and I'm
sure most of us _adapt_ the many great ideas from the list to suit our
objectives and students. If we were compelled to send our lesson ideas
to the list with complete objectives, standards tie-ins, materials list,
rubrics, etc., this list would be pretty sparse--who's got time to type
all that in?
You say you've been on the list for three years; why don't you contribute
more often? We always like fresh perspectives.
<snip> there are plenty of still life paintings of flowers from way
> back when to Warhol and beyond.
This made me laugh! Warhol only goes back to the 50s and 60s, and his
claims to fame weren't even based on still lifes of flowers.