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On Tue, 3 Nov 1998, R.E.William Loring wrote:
> when I worked in a jr. high i used to start the seventh grade discussion on
> line by
> discussing the emotional qualities...we did a whip around the room and
> everyone l thought of an emotion...i wrote them all on the board, then i
> gave them 4x4" pieces of nice quality paper and biggie felta pens and we
> created lines that expressed the emotions...we also talked about the
> emotional qualities of color...i had them mount them on large poster
> board...like a quilt. I kept a list of the projects and the emotions, then
> we did a visual "quiz" so the artists could see if their lines spoke to the
> class....i was surprised by the high level thinking skills they showed.
> I really miss that age group. This took us 1-2 class periods...since the
> work was
> publicly shared, they were very concerned about quality.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: LilianBobo <LilianBobo>
> To: artsednet.edu <artsednet.edu>
> Date: Monday, November 02, 1998 4:15 AM
> Subject: Line & Pattern
> >Greetings All!
> >Is anyone willing to share with me a lesson on line and pattern for 6th
> >Two new 9 week exploratory classes start next week and I want something
> >interesting, snappy even, but not too involved that will grab their
> >Thanks in advance for your help.