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Tootles

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#1 posted 01-16-2013 10:12 AM

I agree with runswithscissors. This is a new, 14 year old member asking for help and you’re going a bit hard on him about his grammar? Termiteholocaust, some full stops would help to separate sentences, but you’ll get there.

As a teacher, I’d suggest that the question has been set in a very open manner, so much so that termiteholocaust may not know the answers to what you are asking.

I mean, what is a welcoming artefact? I don’t know for sure, but I do know that an artefact is a “thing” and that it might be welcoming if you were to give that “thing”, as a gift, to someone who has just arrived in your community. So he needs to make something that he could give as a gift to welcome a visitor. I presume it would be best if that “thing” was related to some aspect of his town or community.

State exam? I don’t know that either. But I do know that once he has understood what is required and clarified his mind about what he could possibly do, perhaps with some ideas, suggestions and help from the nice people here on LJ’s, then he needs to buckle down and do it himself because it will be marked as being his own work.

Last things he needs to do is post it here on LJs as a project once it is done – assuming it gets made of wood of course.

-- I may have lost my marbles, but I still have my love of woodworking


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