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Lesson Plans

Re: Maria

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Heather Leal (rayleal)
Mon, 08 Nov 1999 20:27:37 -0800

That is exactly how I feel about it, and when the kids are prepared for it, they
appreciate it too.

Woody Duncan wrote:

> Marcia,
> You are not alone.
> The Maria video is slow paced as it should be. She held great respect
> for our Mother Earth that gave her the clay... Boring, not at all, just a
> fantastic look a art made from
> the heart with lots of soul. Yes time is a key ingredient, something we
> don't really appreciate today. Except to complain that we don't have
> enough of it.
> I'm ready to watch it again, Woody in KC
> but longing for New Mexico

> I'm glad to hear I'm not alone. I love this video and so do most of the
> > students in 3rd grade through college that I've shown it to . I usually warn
> > them that the pace is slow> but just be awed by the process and the incredible
> skill. I bet i"ve
> > shown it 40 times and I still watch the whole thing each showing.
> > Marcia
> --

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