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Have you been looking for a way to make the color wheel more interesting and creative for your students? This PDF format booklet contains three full color illustrated tutorials, complete with templates and examples of student work. They include a
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See preview movie clip on www.jlhjartisticenterprise.com. You can also see some of my movies at TeacherTube,com under judyhj214. Eliminate some of the hassle of preparing sub plans for your art classes. This DVD contains six projects that
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This short movie is designed to be used by teachers in a step by step lesson to teach students to draw this simple penguin drawing. The teacher pauses the movie after each step to give the students time to complete it. There is no sound. The teacher
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This short movie is designed to be used by teachers in a step by step lesson to teach students to draw a simple drawing of a deer.. The teacher pauses the movie after each step to give the students time to complete it. There is no sound. The teacher
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This short movie is designed to be used by teachers in a step by step lesson to teach students to draw this simple penguin drawing. The teacher pauses the movie after each step to give the students time to complete it. There is no sound. The teacher
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This video shows how to roll out clay and cut out slabs for a ceramic box. The process applies to other slab clay projects as well. My method minimizes clean up time and makes it easier to leave the space clean for the next class, by the use of
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Please go to www.jlhjartisticenterprise.com if you want to get an idea of what the movies are like. File sizes are too big to put on this website. There are five project demonstrations made to be used in the classroom on this dvd. They are as
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This DVD contains 5 demonstrations specifically made for art classrooms in upper elementary through middle school. The demonstrations show how to make slabs for the clay project, how to construct a basic slab clay box, how to construct a cover for
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Four art project tutorials based on Horton Hears a Who, By Dr. Suess; Harry the Dirty Dog, by Gene Zion; and Tucker's Four Carrot School Day, by Susan Winget. The 11 page booklet contains complete directions, photos, and handouts. Wot of the
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This short movie is designed to be used by teachers in a step by step lesson to teach students a simple way to draw Garfield. The teacher pauses the movie after each step to give the students time to complete it. There is no sound. The teacher may
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This is a short demonstration that shows step by step how to draw a cartoon deer . I break the image down into a combination of angle, curved and straight lines, making it easy to follow. There is no sound. The teacher using the demonstration can
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Students love to practice drawing with their beloved cartoon friends. This video is designed for the teacher to play it one step at a time and to pause to give the students a chance to complete the step. There is no sound to the video, making this
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Cartoons are a great way to practice drawing, because their simple lines make it easy for kids to follow. This video demonstration is designed for a teacher to play it, pausing after each step in order to allow the students to complete the steps.
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This step by step video demonstration of drawing four different vehicles is a good way to help students learn how various lines can be combined to form images. The best way to use it is to pause after each step to give the students time to keep
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This video demonstration begins with simple step-by-step instructions on how to draw a rabbit. Next, it shows how to create a basic background from blue and green construction paper. After this, young artists can add other things of their own
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The video demonstration begins with step by step instructions on how to make a simple drawing of a horse. The best way to use this part is to pause the video every time I take my hand away, and then resume when you see the children are ready. The
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching art for 21 years. My experience includes all grades from k-12. Currently I am teaching elementary art k-5.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

UW Whitewater, Whitewater, WI 53190 BSE National Louis University ME 2009

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

When I was an art student at UW-W, I was under the impression that as an artist-teacher, I couldn't/wouldn't use any ideas from any other source for my lesson plans. They had to be completely original, and not a copy from any body else. Therefore, I didn't look at anything any other teachers had developed. I struggled with each lesson plan on my own. Then one day I noticed one of my classmates coming up with all sorts of ideas, and I asked her how she did it. She said, "I look at lots of books (of art projects)". That was enlightening. "You mean it is ok for an artist/teacher to actually get ideas and lesson plans from another source???" Teaching is different from being an artist, I found out. Funny how the UW professors in Art Ed never really gave any concrete ideas on how to be an art teacher at the elementary/secondary level.