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Lesson Plans


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Curt Stinson (curt)
Thu, 30 Oct 1997 15:05:02 -0700

I am working with some other classmates in designing a curriculum aimed
at making students aware tree habitats, i.e., planting them and the
effects of landscape destruction as a result of industrialization. I am
looking for a recipe on how to make paper to include in a studio
project. Should anyone have a recipe for paper, it would be very much
appreciated. Also, is there any way to make colored paper? Lastly, any
suggestions with respect to children's literature, poetry, etc., that
demonstrate postive and negative effects to present as an introduction
to the unit would be very much appreciated.

Thanks for your help.

Susan Stinson
University of Arizona

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