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Re: New Ideas

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Pat Bainbridge (pat_bainbridge)
Thu, 26 Nov 1998 19:14:45 PST

I do that too - only I teach it in Algebra (b+y=g)!!!My daughter says
I'm being mean to send this I think its funny...(like I'm better
educated art ed snob!!! yea right -we're all art teachers on
thanksgiving break . As Louie Andersons' mother would say"want any
sweet potatoes?+ have a great break!
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>Daer Collegues:
>I'm always looking for new ideas as I try to tailor the projects from
"Arts &
>Activities" and "School Arts." Well, I'm thinking of teaching my
>Photography (I do not have a dark room or anything like that) and
>Architecture. Anyone have any success
>teaching primary students (grades 5-8) these 2 subjects? No
budget--I'll have
>to buy those little disposable cameras so I'm looking for something
>to teach them other than the usual stuff. As far as architecture goes,
>thought I might teach them about skyscrapers, and have the kids design
>own. By the way, I taught the Color Wheel like a math problem last
week and
>it went pretty well. For example, Blue + Yellow = Green.
>Thanks to all. Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving!

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