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Lesson Plans


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joym (joym)
Sun, 4 Oct 1998 09:54:07 -0400

I have a problem since joining this list: I have so many topics I want to
respond to! Choosing is difficult, & not choosing would be too long a post!
I think that, being an art therapst, I may have a different perspective to
offer in certain discussions. ECOLOGICAL ART: One response I've seen in
Portland, Maine is Wallen's Wall. Wallen has traveled all over the country
painting his huge murals of sea mammals & talking to kids about preserving
them. I know he put out a book of his U.S. tour. I posted one of his walls
TRIBES: There are more than you imagine! Having worked on an Indian
reservation for several years, I've seen that the biggest problem in
teaching this subject to date is the impression that Native peoples are a
homogenous group. In fact, there is a wide range of differences in
language, geographic location, customs etc. Here are a few references
http:www.native , ;