Lessons for Architecture

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  • Buildings, Buildings Everywhere - … shapes in architecture by creating a painting of their school and writing a reflective summary of their study of architecture. Learning Objectives Students should be able to: identify and describe geometric and organic shapes. use math, art, and architecture vocabulary … Lesson Steps 1. Introduce students to architecture and the job of an architect. Explain that architecture is the art of designing spaces …
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  • If These Walls Could Talk - … . Students should identify similarities and differences (symmetrical composition, use of architectural elements, treatment of figures, etc.) in designs, materials used, and … architecture. (Have students speculate about why the founding fathers chose these architectural forms. Students should refer to their own analyses of the architecture … in colonial American architecture: Neoclassical characteristics (use of ancient forms and decoration). Relationship of works to antiquity, both similarities (architectural elements) and …
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  • David Pratt - … AutoCAD software to exhibit: ? previous course work, ? use of digital architectural images, ? experimental focus, and ? the potential of the collaborative relationship … Hepler. (1998) Architecture Drafting and Design. (7th ed.) Peoria, Illinois: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill. Plymat Jr., William. (1997). Victorian Architecture of Iowa (2nd … previous course work to illustrate their interests and skill level. Architectural drawings were developed from digital images to show how various …
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  • Artists, Architects, and Architecture - … , Architects, and Architecture Developed By Suggested Length Suggested Grade Level(s) Subject Areas Overview Students will learn about architecture, discovering how it … art works, explaining that they show examples of architecture. 2. Explain that architecture is the art and science of planning buildings that … students speculate about ways technology is leading to change in architecture. Lesson #4: Buildings: Past, Present, and Future Objective Students will …
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  • African Architecture South of the Sahara - … architecture. Objective: Know: Students will explore the various cultural influences on architecture in Africa south of the Sahara. Do: Students will compare architecture … to North American architecture and urbanization, as well as South American, European, North African/Southwest Asian, and Russian/Eurasian architecture. Procedures/Teaching Activities: Following the discussion of perceived similarities and dissimilarities between North American and architecture in Africa south …
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  • Russian and Eurasian Architecture - … architecture to North American, European, and South American architecture. Objective: Know: Students will explore the various cultural influences on Russian and Eurasian architecture. Do: Students will compare current Russian and Eurasian architecture to North American, European, and South American architecture. Materials: Chapter … similar and dissimilar to North American architecture and urbanization, as well as South American, and European architecture. Procedures/Teaching Activities: Following the …
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  • South American Architecture - … architecture. State Goal 17C: Understand relationships between geographic factors and society. Students will compare current South American architecture with Spanish and native architecture. Objective: Know: Students will explore the various cultural influences on South American architecture. Do: Students will compare current South American architecture with Spanish and native architecture. Materials: Chapter 9 Section …
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  • Renaissance in Ancient Egypt: the 25th and 30th ... - … Kingdom of Kush." National Geographic, November 1999: 96-125. Vocabulary: architecture decipher dynasty Hellenistic naturalism opera renaissance script stela temple theology … , dynasty, renaissance, tradition decipher, script, renaissance, tradition naturalism, architecture, temple, renaissance, tradition architecture, dynasty, temple, renaissance, tradition, Hellenistic 9 Renaissance in Ancient … , Karnak, architecture, temple) King Shabataka 585-569 B.C. (decipher, script, Rosetta Stone) Nectanebo I 379-360 B.C. (Philae, architecture, temple …
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  • Mummy Tells All - … contributions that have influenced the present world in terms of architecture, inventions, the calendar, and written language. In this lesson, through … the term Architecture. Ask students to help think about the word architecture. Ask: "Has anyone every heard of the term architecture?" Activity: Show … segment about the architecture of ancient Egypt. Ask: "Does anyone have any ideas what I might mean by the architecture of Egypt …
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  • Architecture of China- A Web Based Search - … 1- Grades 9-12 Architecture of China- A Web Based Search Purpose: To explore the unique architectural structures of China via WEB … be instructed to write about the architecture they visit and form an opinion about the architecture. Day3: Students should prepare a Publisher … pottery houses based on architectural research. Students write reports on the symbolic structures and adornments of the architecture. Assessment: Rubric Near Perfection …
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