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Lesson Plans


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Norman Melichar (
Tue, 8 Oct 1996 10:49:28 -0500

I find Lynn's comments on intergration interesting, if not a bit narrow.
At the elementary level intergrated art lessons are often the only way we
are able to teach art, and have felt for a long time that intergrated areas
are very appropiate. Many of us at the elem. level do not have "art
teachers" in our buildings. When the Getty people visited our school, lo
and behold, they were looking for art as an intergrated subject, not an
isolated entity. Maybe I'm confused on this issue. It seems artifical to
isolate a subject that is so much a part of our life, everyday. Most
students will never be professional artists, but they will experience art,
be surrounded by art, participate in art, learn to appreciate art, respond
to art, all throughout their intergrated lives!
Norm Melichar

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