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CTE/Family & Consumer Sciences Education Curriculum
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Strand 1
Students will be introduced to elements of housing and interior design and how it impacts families, communities and careers. (FACS Interior Design Career Pathway)
Standard 4
Discuss how interiors are affected by furniture arrangements and traffic patterns in the home and industry.
 
  • Design a Room
    Students will demonstrate their understanding of the basics of design by designing their own "great room," using appropriate color schemes.
  • Ethan Allen Room Design Computer Project
    This project can be used to assess information learned in the Interior Design Unit. Specifically, floor plans and furniture arrangement.
  • Interior Design Activities
  • Interior Design, Lesson 4
    There are many different types of furnishings and accessories available for interior design. Choose furnishings and accessories based on color, line, pattern, texture, shape, and mood.

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