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Comprises transparent instructions for drawing horses, canines, cats, lions, farm animals, deer, and extra. Covers muscle tissues, skeleton, and floor good points. An enlarged variation of the elemental paintings within the box. 288 illustrations.
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This drawing is also part of the theme ‘To care, nurture and protect’, but from a student perspective. Figure 2. The caring aspects of teacher work, experienced and depicted by a student, are illustrated in this drawing (in Westman, Alerby, & Brown, 2013, p. 229). In the drawing, shown in Figure 2, the student has depicted the class as a tree, where the students are the fruit. Into the trunk of the tree, ‘2B’ is carved – the class to which the students belong. The three class teachers are depicted as gardeners, carefully nurturing the tree to ensure that the fruit – the students – grow to their full potential.
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The teacher is also depicted as the largest figure surrounding the students, thus keeping others out, as in a kind of parent-child relationship. Another example of drawings from the same study, but in this example students have depicted their experiences of teachers work, is shown in Figure 2. This drawing is also part of the theme ‘To care, nurture and protect’, but from a student perspective. Figure 2. The caring aspects of teacher work, experienced and depicted by a student, are illustrated in this drawing (in Westman, Alerby, & Brown, 2013, p.