Lessons for Architecture

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  • History and Architect Through Digital Photography - … identify basic architectural features and housing styles. Teacher Input: Students will learn the various styles of homes and specific architectural features. This … Tour Completion of handout on architectural features Completion of handout on housing styles Digital pictures of architectural features Digital pictures of housing styles Powerpoint presentation Rubric for powerpoint Project Outcome: Students will be able to recognize architectural
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  • Geometric Architecture - … is on Geometric Architecture and involves students creating their own "Architecture" Subjects: Art, Math Grades: 4, 5, 6 Title - Geometric Architecture By - Josie … architecture with those found in Toronto. Conclusion Students will be introduced to their task, which is to choose a theme of architecture … magazine paper available. Homework: Review Worksheets. (WORKSHEET) Mathematics Assignment "Geometric Architecture" Make a plan: 1. What is your theme? - Houses in …
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  • Architecture Makes an Imprint - Architecture Makes an Imprint Description Students will explore architecture of the world, uses of buildings and discuss architecture as a career. Students will … the building they will present. Ask students to review the architecture samples and to notice the historical information printed on the … a writing lesson (language arts). Web Links Web supplement for Architecture Makes an Imprint Be An Architect Attached Files The attached …
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  • Amazing Architecture - … . Objectives: 1. Students will learn the identifying features of several architectural styles. 2. Students will be able to identify the styles … Structure" activity demonstrates physically to the students how certain architectural features work. Vocabulary: Architecture: The art or science of designing buildings or … small slender tower. Methods: 1. Discuss the different styles of architecture using examples of Charleston buildings. 2. Students assemble the features …
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  • Creating a Landmark Calendar-An Enterprise for Your School - … and Lintel Principle. p. 23 * Architectural Key Words. p. 50 Additional Resources: Fleming, John, Dictionary of Architecture Penguin Books, London, England, 1991. Ching, Francis D.K, A Visual Dictionary of Architecture. Van Nostrand Reinhold Publishing, New York, 1995. Taylor, Anne, Architecture and Children. School Zone Institute …
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  • Bridging History and Technology - … bridge is it? -What type of architectural style was used? -Why was this type of architecture employed to build this bridge? While … their assigned bridge. Posters should include maps, images of particular architectural features, information about the people or places most affected by … about a type of architecture that is transforming society. Choose one and write a reflective essay exploring the architectural example and its …
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  • Reaching for the Sky - … .html (one per student) -resources on global cities and international architecture, including encyclopedias, atlases, and computers with Internet access -photographs or … floors are designed to "encourage interaction"? f. To what other architectural landmarks does Mr. Ouroussoff compare The New York Times Building … as rivers and mountain ranges), and population. -Choose one famous architectural feature (skyscraper, tower, bridge, or other landmark), visible in the …
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  • Lesson 5: Architectural Marvels - Architectural Marvels Download a printable version of Lesson 5: Architectural Marvels (PDF 127k). Requires free Adobe Acrobat. Introduction: This lesson … students the opportunity to study pyramids, temples, and obelisks, all architectural marvels, even today. Students will learn about the purposes these … , and obelisks constructed by the ancient Egyptians considered to be architectural and engineering marvels even today? Give specific reasons to support …
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  • Shapes That Make Structures Strong - … that tension and compression are distributed by various shapes in architecture discover that triangles provide strengthening ability for structures discover that … domes in architecture Grade Level: 6-8 Suggested Time Three class periods Multimedia Resources Triangles and Arches in Architecture Flash Image Triangles … Pantheon Dome QuickTime Video Triangles and Arches in Architecture Triangles and Arches in Architecture Flash Image Triangles: Designing a Newspaper Chair Triangles …
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  • Centennial: Once Upon A Time...Buildings Tell A Story - … the built environment. Intended Learning Outcomes: Students will identify basic architectural features of buildings in their community. Students will identify the … architectural elements which are most commonly found in the buildings, then identify these same elements in the students' sketches. Identify architectural elements found in your local community. Use the Utah Heritage Foundation Dictionary of Architectural Terms as a reference …
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