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Date: Sun Nov 21 2004 - 14:00:26 PST

Hi everyone!

Here's my question: I'm co-teaching a class with the above title. My
co-teacher is teaching oral tradition to high school students using Aesop's fables.

I'm thinking of having the kids create ceramic pieces that have both animal
and human attributes. They will throw a slab and wrap it around newspaper to
create the idea of a wrapped human form and then create an animal head to go
with it.

What do you think? I'm looking for better ideas to represent characteristics
of Aesop's Fables.

Thank you!! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving and don't forget to put your feet
up this week!


Julie Sawyer, M.Ed.
Educational Services Consultant
Performance Learning Systems