Lessons for Architecture

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  • Architecture the Wright Way - … a series of stations during which they will research architecture and compare architectural elements and styles from various time periods. LANGUAGE ARTS … 's architecture. Materials: Design Your Own Home CD-ROM iMac computers Internet access (research sites, TDC database) Reference materials related to architecture … locate, the architectural elements, and the artifacts found on the database. Students will make comparisons between the styles of architecture from different …
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  • The 300th Anniversary Tour Contest - … an architectural tour through St. Petersburg by being assigned in pairs to specific, significant buildings. Students will research the history and architecture … discussion, how the architecture can tell the “story" of a city. Focus Questions: 1. What are some significant architectural attractions of St … does the architecture of St. Petersburg tell its story? Resources/ Materials: - - Access to University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture and Urban …
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  • Byzantine Art and Architecture - … on Byzantine art and architecture Subjects: Art, Language Arts, Social Studies Grades: 5, 6 Title - Byzantine Art and Architecture By - Marybeth Curley … . Students will be able to compare and contrast modern architecture and Byzantine architecture through their one-page essays. Language Arts - Standard 1 … a one-page essay comparing and contrasting modern day architecture to Byzantine architecture. This will be evaluated and graded by the teacher …
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  • Byzantine Art and Architecture - … on Byzantine art and architecture Subjects: Social Studies, Language Arts, Art Grades: 6, 5 Title - Byzantine Art and Architecture By - Marybeth Curley … . Students will be able to compare and contrast modern architecture and Byzantine architecture through their one-page essays. Language Arts - Standard 1 … a one-page essay comparing and contrasting modern day architecture to Byzantine architecture. This will be evaluated and graded by the teacher …
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  • Houses of Power - … Power Study the architecture of government buildings then create a suspended bas relief sculpture. 1. In most cultures, the architecture used to … architectural elements, such as Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian capitols (tops of columns) that represent architecture in more formal times. 2. Research the architectural … . How does contemporary architecture differ from classical architecture? Write a short description of the differences you see. Study the architecture in a city …
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  • Public Facades, Private Interiors - … Materials * Images of architectural facade and interiors critical questions * What are the similarities and differences between sculpture and architecture? * What are the … and private accommodated in architecture? In sculpture? * What is a facade and how does it relate to architecture, to sculpture, to individuals … & evaluation * Have students articulated an understanding of the relationships between architecture and sculpture? * Have students looked at a range of public …
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  • Design: The Wright Way - … Kathy Stevens, WVPT Topic: Architectural design and Frank Lloyd Wright. Students will recognize the basic concepts of architectural design, geometrical shapes, elements … Wright and what he believes about architecture. What other art form does he compare with architecture? Look for geometric shapes and lines … is like architecture? (Music, symphony, composers) 2. Focus: Now listen as we hear Frank Lloyd Wright explain what he feels architecture should …
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  • Building Relations - … pair will be researching a famous architectural landmark to examine how it fits into the architectural and cultural landscape of its home … .? -What cultural influences can be found in this building? (Consider architecture, materials used, decorations, etc.) -What responses did the building receive … professional's typical day? 7. Glossary of terms associated with architecture: column, vault, buttress, blueprint, foundation, joist, etc. Interdisciplinary Connections: Civics …
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  • Design and Model Residential Community - … read and discuss literature about architecture and construction * read and discuss relevant selections from the internet about architecture * engage students in discussion about their interest in the field * students research architectural design problems resulting from … software Link 10: Description: Architecture dictionary to find definitions and picture for important words related to architecture and building design. Standards Addressed …
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  • Building Big And Strong - … that demonstrate knowledge of the use of triangles to increase architectural rigidity. STANDARDS National Standards: http://www.nctm.org Students will … . Which shape has the greatest architectural rigidity? They should see the triangle as having the greatest architectural rigidity. Ask students if they … , lead them through the following discussion. Will adding squares increase architectural rigidity? Did you predict the addition of triangles and strengthening …
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