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COURSE NO. FA -305

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COURSE OVERVIEW

How Great Thou Art I by Barry Stebbing

COURSE NOTES

For a more traditional art and drawing course, consider "How Great Thou Art I" by Barry Stebbing.

Scheduling Suggestions: outside course



BOOKS AND MATERIALS

How Great Thou Art I

  • Author: Barry Stebbing
  • Publisher/Copyright:
  • ISBN: 0970040547        
  • Supplier: Rainbow Resource

How Great Thou Art Publications (1999)

 

From Rainbow ReSource: "This self-instructional drawing book can teach anyone to draw.  Going step-by-step, and covering all the basic aspects of drawing such as perspective, proportion, line, illipses, and more, this is a complete and encouraging program.  The lessons are easy-to-read and since the book is consumable, you can draw your assignment right in the space provided.  You’ll draw portraits, still life, and nature, improving all the time.  Children in the middle grades could also use [this text] if they feel ready for a more serious drawing book."

How Great Thou Art I and II, Teacher’s Manual

  • Author: Barry Stebbing
  • ISBN:        
  • Supplier: Rainbow Resource

How Great Thou Art; 2000

 



 

 




LESSON PLANNER

WEEK A

Preparatory Week A: Use this school week to gather the materials for this course and thoroughly read the book notes, course notes, and, if applicable, the weekly lesson plan in your St. Thomas Aquinas Academy curriculum guide.


WEEK B

Preparatory Week B: Use this school week to complete Preparatory Week A and explore the materials for this course. Flip through all of this course’s materials. Make mental notes about the design and organization the resources for the course (editor’s notes, table of contents, maps, charts, forms, appendices, glossaries, bibliographies, end notes, internet supports, etc.).


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Preparatory Week C: This is a bonus week. Use it for Semester 1 catch-up, corrections, review, assessment testing, standardized testing, or semester reporting.


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Preparatory Week D: This is a second bonus week. Complete Preparatory Week C or begin the Semester 2 course plan.


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[ ] Select a work sample from this quarter to submit in your semester reporting packet. See the sixteenth week of this semester for more details.


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[ ] Select a work sample from this quarter to submit with your semester reporting packet. Your Semester 1 reporting packet should include work samples from Quarters 1 and 2 and is due before February 28. The Semester 2 packet should include work samples from Quarters 3 and 4 and is due before June 30.




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