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Re : signing student work

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Thu, 11 Nov 1999 14:55:50 +0100


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>Deá: "Aaron and Jennifer" <THEGREEN99>
>└ : "ArtsEdNet Talk" <artsednet>
>Objetá: Re: signing student work
>Dateá: Mer 10 nov 1999 22:43
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>Jennifer in Michigan wrote : "If there is something a student does which
>is "show quality", then they may sign on the front."
>
Ten years experienced drawer, I teach drawing to absolute beginners since
1998.
I make use of Betty Edward's method with cheering results.
What is the matter with beginners ? Self-confidence is awfully missing !
It si certainly the most important part of my work : allow pupils to recover

self-confidence.
In this way, I think Betty's method is benefic. But above all, I am sure
that the simple act of signing his own work on the front can really put
trust in oneself. And so, enable pupils to make faster progress.
It's not vanity. All artists sign their artworks.
Beginners need trust : teacher's trust, family members' trust, friends'
trust and self trust !
In my drawing-lessons, the first rule is that you have to date and sign your
work on the front, modest exercises included. Because you start in drawing
toddle alongŐ

It's not my native language, so pardon me in advance for sometimes talking
pidgin.

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