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Lesson Plans

Re: Greece, Rome and Israel

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LynnMarie Paris (paris)
Sun, 19 Sep 1999 22:42:34 -0400


I got this idea from a book a few years back (School Arts, maybe?) and loved
it. We looked at slides of the Sisting Ceiling and discussed frescos, tempera
paint and (obviously) Michealangelo. After that we taped paper under the desks
and did our artwork there. We used markers for cleanliness sake, but oil
pastels may be nice too....I am sure other people will have more ideas.

Good luck!

BluesTruth wrote:

> Hi, Friends--
> I am in need of help from you again. I would like to put together a unit on
> the culture of Greece , Rome and Israel to integrate with their curriculum.
> Anyone of you presented a successful art project in any of these areas,
> especially Israel? The only thing I can come up with is maps.
> For Greece, I'd like to try mythology. Anyone try that? What about a good
> one for Rome. Love to hear about your success stories. My students are in
> 6th grade.
> Thank you so much for helping!
> Bluestruth