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Lesson Plans


COMPUTER SIGNAGE VINYL

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David Zimmerman (fastedy)
Wed, 5 Nov 1997 22:38:05 -1000

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Macia is right. I've used the vinyl from a friend's sign company for
years. They have a lot of waste--background and end rolls from the
brightly colored film they cut vinyl letters from. I've used it for many
design projects with high school students. A favorite is called "shapes
at war." Two students work together to design a battle field in which one
army of simple shapes takes over another one. They have to come up with a
way of having their shape gobble up the opposing side. You can use
scissors or x-acto knives to cut the shapes. I make them trace about 20 of
their shape designs from a template and cut them out before working with
their partner to design the battle.

Deb Rosenbaum

The Surgeon's Motto: "Never say 'oops!', always say 'there!'


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