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Lesson Plans


Re: art of war

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Donalyn Heise (dheise.ne.us)
Wed, 27 Oct 1999 16:59:00 -0500


I am sure that the social studies teachers that I work with would think this
is a bit harsh. Especially since my goal is to show them how art and
technology integration can ENHANCE their curriculum.
Donalyn

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>From: DeDeRuss
>To: jaugusta, dheise.ne.us
>Cc: carah, artsednet.edu
>Subject: Re: art of war
>Date: Thu, Oct 21, 1999, 5:41 PM
>

> In a message dated 99-10-21 12:50:15 EDT, jaugusta writes:
>
> << How about a picture/project of Iranian children rushing into mine fields
> as human
> detonators to explode the mines for the soldiers who followed them, focusing
> on
> the little wooden keys dangling from their necks which the ayatollah
> guaranteed
> would be their key to heaven? >>
>
> Pretty intense, Joseph. What grade level do introduce this to? I am
> surprised at this suggestion..... as you criticized me for using an animal
> skull in a still life drawing exercise.
>