Re: Museum lessons and middle school unit plan
- I've found a lot of lesson plans, but I'm not sure how to create a
coherent semester or unit. I'm *really* worried about that with my
student teaching and teaching in general..
Also, with my museum classes I don't want to confuse the kids by
doing one project one week and then doing something totally unrelated
the next week, I would like to whole semester to "flow" so at the end
of it, hopefully they have picked up some meaningful learning about
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Judy Decker <judy.decker@g...>
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> Incredible Art Department has all of the answers to your questions.
> Check Elementary Lessons for the Museum job. Tweak lessons to fit
> collections of the museum.Art
> Check Middle School Lessons for your unit plan.... and Incredible
> Resources for links for reference.http://www.princetonol.com/groups/iad/lessons/middle/middlelessons.htm
> For additional help - let us know more what you are looking for. I
> have LOTS of ideas for your unit plan, but don't have time to write
> them all down right now. I need to know more kind of materials you
> want to use - what your interests are - and how long this unit is to
> If you use lessons on Incredible Art Department, be sure to document
> your source - credit the original author. I would be happy to help
> more with your unit plan. I will want to see the plan when you getit
> finished. Email me off list (judy.decker@g...).
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> Judy Decker
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