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Lesson Plans


RE: slightly off the track

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Fields, Linda (fieldsl.us)
Thu, 21 Oct 1999 15:37:24 -0400


There is a good little book called Art Therapy Activities and Lesson
Plans for Individuals and Groups by P.J.Furrer. It's published by
Charles C. Thomas in Springfield, Illinois that might be helpful. I have
let the special ed teachers at my school use it routinely.Linda in NC
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> From: Christine and Robert Broyles[SMTP:rebcab]
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> Sent: Wednesday, October 20, 1999 10:28 PM
> To: artsednet.edu
> Subject: slightly off the track
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> I have a special education teacher who is desperate for assistance
> with
> helping her middle school charges with ANGER Management.
> I include Betty Clarks project on analog portraits, using line and
> pencil pressure, to create and express emotions and turn it into an
> abstract painting. This project gives all my students a chance to
> express their own personalities and how another person affects their
> lives without others knowing what the lines and gestures really
> represent-unless they chose to tell someone the meanings. I get most
> of
> her students in my class throughout the school year already.
> My question to this most knowledgeable curriculum group is "What types
> of art projects could she implement in her special ed classroom that
> would assist these middle school children in dealing with their
> anger?"
>