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Lesson Plans

Re: a question

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Lily Kerns (cwkerns)
Sat, 31 Oct 1998 06:59:37 -0600

>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
>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.

I always tell students that if their mind is dancing, their lines will
dance. And they need to let their pencils dance too.
I would suspect that this would be true for other subjects that benefit
from a bit of creative thinking.....