They have some great lesson plans specifically designed for the substitute art teacher. I put them all in a book with several other lesson plans that is located on my desk. The lessons are fairly easy and the sub can pick one she likes for the appropriate grade.
>i face the same problem .i ?m not sure if this is the best solution but i
>leave a worksheet which can either be questions about students writing
>procedures of techniques they have already learnt, or a questionaire based
>on research on a unit i?m about to start.
>i make art critique work sheets or a worksheet where students need to design
>patterns etc. the only media i expect them to use in my absense is pencil
>>From: "David Lang" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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>>Subject: [teacherartexchange] Subsitute Lesson Plans
>>Date: Fri, 6 Oct 2006 08:37:05 -0500
>>I was wondering if anyone had good substitute lesson plans to share for
>>Most of the porjects that I do with my students won't translate well or
>>to sub plans. So I am tyring to think of good stand alone lessons that a
>>substitute (likely without an art background) could easily implement. Any
>>ideas are appreciated.
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