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Lesson Plans


suspened students

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Aaron and Jennifer (THEGREEN99)
Wed, 20 Oct 1999 16:26:46 -0400


It is crazy. These kids get suspended and then come back into the
classroom. They do the same stupid thing(s) and get sent right back out. It
makes lesson planning hard especially since I want to start a group project
soon. I have a class of about 20 students. Never do I see all these students
at the same time. I am lucky if I get at least 10. That's a good day for
attendance. (and only for attendance)

Jennifer in Michigan
-----Original Message-----
From: ricki fromkin <fromkinr>
To: Aaron and Jennifer <THEGREEN99>
Cc: artsednet.edu <artsednet.edu>
Date: Tuesday, October 19, 1999 8:03 PM
Subject: Re: 2-point perspective

>Aaron and Jennifer wrote:
>>
>> When I did recently did two-point perspective, I related the
technique
>> with architecture. After a few basic lessons, the students designed their
>> own house. We looked at traditional examples of homestyles and some
>> non-traditional ones, such as Frank Llyod Wright. It worked out okay,
>> considering over half my students were suspended at the time.
>> Jennifer in Michigan
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: ricki fromkin <fromkinr>
>> To: artsednet.edu <artsednet.edu>
>> Date: Sunday, October 17, 1999 2:17 PM
>> Subject: 2-point perspective
>>
>Wow, sounds like my students (suspended that is). I didn't even know
>one of them was until he came back into my class today. I feel like
>this is most of the battle which I've been fighting.
>Ricki


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