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Lesson Plans

First Grade Art on a Cart

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sally r watkins (
Thu, 14 Nov 1996 12:40:56 -0500

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>To: Artsednet Talk Listserve
>From: (sally r watkins)
>Subject: First grade art on a cart
>As a graduate student who teaches seven, first grade art classes at the
>local elementary school, I am having trouble with classroom management. I
>spend thirty minutes with each class, and spend 15 minutes trying to get
>everyone to stay seated or stop talking. I also need suggestions for
>lessons that work well using a cart and having classes back to back.I'll
>take any suggestions. I hear about all these fantastic teachers who work
>from a cart and visit 5 schools in one week, so I know it can be done. If
>you fit this description, please share the secrets. One last thing, I am
>thinking about moving to the west coast (I'm in Georgia.) this summer. Does
>anyone have any contact names for jobs in the Los Angeles area? I am
>interested in doing work outside of the classroom, possibly in a museum
>education program or in a community arts program. If anyone knows of a
>fantastic opportunity within the fields of art and art education for a
>person who is willing to consider a move to almost anywhere, I am
>interested in the information. I truly appreciate any feedback you might
>have concerning my first grade classes, and if I have any major revelations
>I will be sure and post them for all to use.Thanks, Sally

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