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I'd planned on giving an overview of the course, describing what I hope to
accomplish this year, telling them a little about my background, briefly
sharing my philosophy of art education etc, etc. I figured I had plenty to
fill 10 minutes, especially if I allowed a couple of minutes for general
Well. The powers that be have now decided that they want us to do a mini
lesson in our subject.... I'm drawing a blank (no pun intended!) as I'm
also trying to put up our first major exhibit, get the room in some
semblance of order, and gear up for a full day of regular classes on Friday,
and then conferences with individual parents from 4 until about 8:30 Friday
Does anyone have any ideas for something that I can do (lesson wise) for
about 10 minutes that would require minimal setup-cleanup and yet be (dare I
say--hehehe) as "impressive" as my talk would have been? I teach students
grade 5-12 so it should be middle/high school-oriented.
Thanks for your help (again, and again, and again!)