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>>> <HyDeJoF> 10/01 10:22 PM >>>
in resonse to lesson by Mary Sheridan at Pinkerton Elementary School

What intrigued me about this lesson is that the students got to incorporate
their art project with working with artists from around the world. This must
have been a great experience for them to learn about other cultures.

The students learned about life-centered issues by showing them that concerns
for the environment are real and shared across the world and generations. The
students learned about ecology in their saving the wetland unit. They learned
about art by creating the ceramic tiles and decorative containers.

For my own classroom, I could make adaptations by using the endangered owl in
the Tucson area as the subject matter since that is an issue here dealing with

I could integrate this lesson in teaching science by giving information on
this type of owl and how they are endangered.

H. Faith
Are 496h - UofAz