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Lesson Plans

Re: Fine Arts Night

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ricki fromkin (fromkinr)
Sun, 07 Nov 1999 09:02:26 -0500

Artystyc3 wrote:
> Hi Michal,
> I definitely feel I'm in the same boat.
> Drama and Music have their performances but when I have my Artfest week there
> is no way to record the responces. My headmaster hardly gets involved. Lately
> I feel if I don't think of some way to "WoW" 'em , I'll loose students to the
> programs that give 'em the strokes and recognition. I have talented students
> that the parents barely support. They don't see a valuable future in it. How
> do I combat this , when my salary is under $25000 a yr., they cetainly won't
> be persuing teaching either.
> Let me know how you combat this...
> Artystyc3

I don't know how you present your show, so here are a few quick ideas.
How about if you include other activities in your artfest week. If you
have working artists in your community you might arrange studio tours.
Maybe could have an opening ceremony.


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