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Lesson Plans

Re: a question

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Sheryl Ann McCoy (smccoy)
Fri, 30 Oct 1998 16:28:55 -0700

You are so right! I debated listing that, and in the end I left it out. At the moment I really don't remember why, yet I know dance and movement art is very important.

Many Physical Education teachers do include dance in their programs.

I think one factor that may have influenced my thinking is that dance instruction is more likely to be readily available, even in rural areas, for most children. Some cities include it in their after school programs.

Your point is important and well taken.


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On Fri, 30 Oct 1998 08:20:37 Impowerco wrote: >Sheryl, > >Please don't forget drama and dance...both of which teach critical thinking >and perspective, just for example. All the art forms can and should be taught >as a cohesive program in Art Education. Each form feeds into and from the >others. For a truly well-rounded Art Education program, it is important >(especially in light of the multiple intelligences theory) to teach visual >art, music, dance and drama. Just my .02 worth. > >Charlene >

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