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Lesson Plans


RE: HS kids/not taking art seriously

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Christa Wise (cwise.us)
Wed, 10 Nov 1999 14:44:01 -0500


I've done the box assignment with high school kids, but we wrapped the
objects in a box as a birthday present. On critique day, we had a birthday
party with FOOD (the great motivator)as an un-birthday party. It is often a
good assignment for exam day.

At 01:50 PM 11/10/99 -0500, Sears, Ellen wrote:
>I was out for a week, and then missed two days - so I am trying to catch up
>on mail - I apologize if I am repeating or not responding to the question
>asked - but here goes... (for the third time... too many lines - twice...
>I'm such a novice!)
>
>I had a 7th grade working on impressionism, and I needed them to work in
>class, but also wanted them to learn about the artist and accomplishments -
>so I had them research and write obituaries and/or eulogies. Presented as a
>newscast, speech, or article.... They were pretty good -
>
>another project was to decorate a box in the style of the artist, and
>include 5-7 items that would be clues to the artist's identity - they shared
>the clues with the class, the significance of each -
>Ellen
>
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