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Lesson Plans

Re: Art transparencies

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Wed, 7 Oct 1998 14:48:09 EDT

This sumsmer I spent a lot of time making transparencies for my classroom
overhead projector. I bought a box of them from Office Depot and hooked up to
the Internet and downloaded images from the Web Museum and any other artist's
web page I wanted to study.

I downloaded the print into my download file and then printed it on
transparencies with my color copier on Best Image. They came out great! I
have been using them this year for art appreciation. Although the download
process is slow, it is worth it. I did lesson plans for them while I waited to

You may have to adjust the contrast/brightness on some. The light on the
overhead may wash out some of the colors. I recently used ones from the Keith
Haring site. The web Museum had a tremendous variety too. This method works
and is cheap!!! About $30, for a box of 50.

<A HREF="">WebMuseum: Artist index</A>