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Lesson Plans

Re: science and art

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Leslie Miller (zandee)
Sun, 8 Sep 1996 23:36:30 -0400 (EDT)

San D.

I would love to hear more about your project below. If you would you can
E-mail me privately.

Thanks so much,


At 09:55 PM 9/6/96 -0700, kprs wrote:
>A science teacher and I are in the middle to writing a manual, with joint
>lessons, assignments on the environment at Sandy Hook, a part of New
>Jersey. We received a grant, that was the easy part. The hardest part
>is finding the shared time to work on the piece. We have our projects
>geared towards team building between science students and art students,
>overlapping shared curiosities, and creative problem solving, while
>introducing them to 3 specific environments, ocean, bay, and sand dunes.
>Drawing, photography, and poetry writing assignments encompass the
>humanities aspect, and water, soil, shell and sand gathering and
>experiments, combined with botany, birdwatching and animal studies round
>off the program. (oh...if I only had 48 hours in a day)!
>San D