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ricki fromkin wrote:
> GLond769 wrote:
> > Dear Beth,
> > One resource I have found for internet art lessons is the Glencoe-McGraw-Hill
> > site:
> > http://www.glencoe.com/sec/art/cyber/index.html
> > I picked up this publisher's booklet with worksheets at our state art ed
> > convention a couple of weeks ago. Be sure to check out all the sites you
> > plan to have your students visit first. Some are out of date, and some are
> > the wrong ones ( their Louvre site was a tour site, not the official one, for
> > example). But it does give you some ideas and direction, even if you end up
> > making your own worksheets with your own list of web addresses for the
> > students to type in. If your computer lab has an aide perhaps they can
> > "bookmark" the sites for the students before they get there.
> > Good Luck!
> > Gayle in Florida
> > GLond769
> There are computer graphics lessons in the "Against the Clock" series of
> Illustrator, Photoshop, and Quark. These books can be packaged as 1 for
> about 50.00. They each come with a CD rom and are great teaching tools.
> You do have to have the above software though.