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Re: [teacherartexchange] Assignments for suspended students


From: Judy Decker (jdecker4art_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon Sep 28 2009 - 13:44:59 PDT

Greetings Tina,

I always took pretty good care of my suspended students (of course,
never suspended for anything they did in art class).

Altered Books - or Altered Book tip in pages - is an excellent
suggestion. I am not sure how far the students would go without
instruction. There is a lesson on Incredible Art Department as well as
examples of Tip In pages. If you need help on what a Tip In page is,
write to me off list (do not post a reply that includes my email
address - please).

Another suggestion would be a collage that deals with some kind of
social injustice using old magazines. There are lessons on IAD about
social comment. Maybe - just maybe you will get the students to think
about their own behaviour?

Have them work on a portrait of sorts about a personal hero (and write
why that person is a hero). I do have some Heroes lessons on IAD, too.

My mind is just swimming with more ideas for you - but I have already
spent way too much time answering questions/emails today (9:00 am to
4:40 pm is a long time to be at a computer -- oh, I did take a few
breaks - but not for long -- smile). Mind you, I am enjoying getting
back into a bit of my "former life" - but now have more things to
attend to.

Best wishes,

Judy Decker

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On Mon, Sep 28, 2009 at 1:51 PM, Tina Vercelli wrote:
> I have several students who are on long term suspensions from our Middle
> school. We are still required to "teach" them and provide lessons for them
> to do while they are away. I'm running out of simple lessons to send home
> for them to do. For obvious reasons they can't do certain projects that we
> are doing in class, so I'm needing things that they can do on their own at
> home.

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