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Re: Tessellations + Perspective websites


Date: Sat Nov 11 2000 - 18:23:27 PST

<<Does anyone have any suggestions for me if I wanted to take the animation
from the web site and put it into a power point persentation. Can that be

Dunno! You might want to ask Harold about it. (Below is the website we're
talking about, which has an interactive lesson on 1 point perspective by
Harold Olejarz).

I took my kids to the computer lab when we did that and it was a little
tough going with a full class. Since it's designed to be worked through
independently, could you send small groups of students at a time--or get the
kids to visit the site as "homework"?

I guess another option (if you have the technology--we don't at our school)
would be to hook the computer up to the TV so that everyone could see it.
Harold's done such a nice job on this lesson, and I found it a wonderful way
to introduce the concept of perspective to my students.

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