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Prismacolor 24261 Premier Graphite Drawing Pencils with Erasers & Sharpeners, 18-Piece Set
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- Professionally graded artist pencils in a range of values allow you to draw it all from highlights to mid-tones and shadows
- Woodless graphite pencils can be used sharp for details or blunt for coverage â no wood casing to slow you down
- Water-soluble pencils lay down rich, dark marks and can be mixed with water to create a transparent wash
- Steel sharpener and sanding board help you create the perfect point. Vinyl Magic Rub eraser is ideal for delicate surfaces and absorbs graphite. Kneaded rubber eraser molds to the shape youâre erasing
- Includes: 7 Turquoise drawing pencils (8B, 6B, 2B, B, 2H, 4H & 6H), 4 woodless graphite pencils (2B, 4B, 6B & 8B), 3 water-soluble graphite pencils (HB, 4B & 8B), 2 erasers (Magic Rub vinyl & kneaded rubber), 1 steel sharpener and 1 sanding board
The Student Guide follows the outline below in cadence with the Teacher Curriculum Notebook:
- Your Brain
- Optimal Conditions
- Brain Accessories
- On Time
- Study Strategies
- Learning Strengths
High school students need a strong foundation of executive functions. Executive function development originates in the frontal lobe of the brain. This unit helps students understand the different parts of the brain and which tasks are associated with each lobe.
Each person's brain operates best under optimal conditions. It's important for students to learn and promote an atmosphere that helps them be successful at their tasks.
Although the human brain is powerful, it still requires several accessories—such as a planner, pen and pencil, highlighters, notebooks, and/or a computer—to operate at top efficiency. In this unit, students learn how to utilize these handy tools to accomplish personal goals.
Students examine how they manage their time and learn the importance of good time management and how to plan out personal time. Task analysis helps students learn how to complete tasks by breaking them into manageable chunks.
This unit helps students to organize information so they are not overwhelmed.
Working toward goals helps students create their own unique high school experience. This unit helps students understand how to set specific and measurable goals.
Faced with innumerable decisions, students learn guidelines that help them make the right decisions. They are taught to ask for advice, research all options, and weigh the pros and cons of each option.
In this unit, students learn and begin to understand that their own brain acquires knowledge and information differently from others. Students discover individual learning strengths—linguistic, logical/mathematical, spatial, bodily/kinesthetic, musical, interpersonal, intrapersonal, or naturalist.
Students learn that organizational systems require maintenance. Using consistency, students learn how to create a system for themselves, maintain their system, and reinforce their system.