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Re: Substitute Lessons
[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]Mcracker
Mon, 16 Nov 1998 22:41:20 EST
How about a video that parallels something you are doing in class? The two
nights on Frank Lloyd Wright would be more than 90 mins., but was excellent.
Or last week's Mon. program on Dale Chihuly-- how many kids know about the
teamwork reqired in the glass studio? I just got a 57 min. one today on Chuck
Close, or the one from this summer on Calder -- many on this list have raved
about it. If not long enough, plan a group activity that reacts or responds to
the video -- or a written response. Why can't the sub continue with the kid's
project -- with the help of the students, of course....or is this in case you
are gone on an intro day? For a class on aesthetics, you might check out
Puzzles about art: An aesthetics Casebook by Battin, Fischer, Moore and
Silvers. (ISBN )-312-00307-2).