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Incredible Art Department

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Teri Sanford (terily)
Mon, 17 May 1999 10:10:20 -0500

Hey Gang,
Well, I have done it! I've taken over the Incredible Art
Dept. website, created in 1995 by Mr. Ken Rohrer, one of our own
former listies. He is now a school principal and couldn't keep
up with the site. I have used that site as a resource so many
times, I couldn't let it die. It is a complex site and I'd like
to keep much of it the same as we have all known it. I would,
however, like to add pictures to the lesson ideas. So here's
where you all come in.
If you have a great lesson (and I know you all do have them!)
please send it to me in the following format (basically... if
you already have it typed up one way, just send it that way!).
I use Word 97, so you can send as an attachment. Also, get out
those digital cameras that most schools have nowadays. Take a
couple of good shots and send those, too. You might want to get
an "in-progress" shot and a finished product. I'm thinking
ahead, of course, because school is almost out, of next year's
I am going to be working on the site this summer, after we
return from Portugal (june 15). So don't look for TOO many
changes until then, but whatever you send in the next couple of
weeks will go up now.

I look forward to hearing from you!!


Teri S. Mason

Format for lessons:

Title by your name, school, town
Grade level(s)
Objectives or Outcomes
Materials/Resources (recommend good books, posters, etc here!!)
Evaluation (is it a critique? How did you know the "got it?"
That is the hardest part of my job, the grading of work!)

Don't forget a photo or two, in .jpg, .gif or .tiff format,

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