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Students will classify and critique art, enhance thinking skills, acquire art vocabulary, and develop aesthetic understanding, in this discipline-based program that includes more than 35 black-and-white and four full-color art reproductions. The 75 hands-on art activities that accompany the reproductions develop thinking, drawing, and writing skills. It's all here for the teacher—reproducible workbook pages, in-depth art background, teacher's guide, and a complete glossary of art vocabulary. You can learn along with your class as you introduce your students to the world of art.
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Patricia Hollingsworth, EdD, is the director of University School at the University of Tulsa where she also teaches art and kindergarten. She has been with the school since 1982. Dr. Hollingsworth is a member of the board of directors of the National Association for Gifted Children and has delivered presentations and published books and articles nationally and internationally. Stephen Hollingsworth graduated from the University of Oregon with a degree in theater and from the University of Tulsa with a degree in electrical engineering. He is a software engineer living in Tucson, Arizona.
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