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Re: the 5 pyhsical chara. of line are...

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Susan Bennett (sbennett)
Sun, 10 Oct 1999 20:28:21 -0400

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From: Woody Duncan <wduncan>
To: Rgart58 <Rgart58>
Cc: <>
Date: Sunday, October 10, 1999 6:39 PM
Subject: Re: the 5 pyhsical chara. of line are...

>How many kinds of line are possible ? Wow !!!
>Making answers up in art is ok if the students are allowed to
>make them up too. Any plausible or defensible answer should
>be allowed. Extra credit should be given for really creative answers.
>All staff in our building are required to teach Math and Reading to
>our AEP (Home Room) students. It's the math teachers that are upset
>if they are not given the "correct" answers before hand. We are suppose
>to be stressing the process and not worry about multiple answers. How
>can you have more than one right answer they ask. "Just ask the Art
>teacher," they are told.
> Woody in KC
>Rgart58 wrote:
>> This teacher is new and I think that she is making up
>> on the six weeks test was to name the 5 physical chara. of line.
>> The correct answers, according to her, were direction, location, measure,
>> type and character.
>> I have never heard of this before and is why I decided to post it.
>> I feel that I need to make someone aware of what she is doing....I didn't
>> know you could just make up art facts to teach your students...Please let
>> know if I'm wrong on this one...because we teach in the same school
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