I just read over the high school lesson involving social commentary. It
sounds interesting. Im curious what kind of final pieces did some of your
students come up with in response. Or anyone else who may have done this
assignment with their class?
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>Subject: Three High School Lessons that Motivate on IAD
>Date: Tue, 28 Sep 2004 06:50:52 -0700 (PDT)
>Here are three lessons on IAD that are sure to
>Sara Gant's Social Comment:
>Students choose materials....Keep your sanity by
>limiting those since choice will be new to you.
>Grace Hall's Independent Project:
>Lots of choice...always successful for Grace.
>Cindi Heirs American Dream:
>Get them thinking about our values...etc....and what
>is beautiful...and so forth....choices in this lesson,
>too. A favorite lesson for Cindi's students.
>I just thought of another one...Jeannie Sandoval's
>Agam lesson - but tweak it for high school...Three
>different comps - three different media - cut them
>apart - then "Agam it" ( |_|_|_|_|_|_| ) Maybe one
>image can be Graffiti text (like Jennifer Auble's
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