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CTE/Family & Consumer Sciences Education Curriculum
Interior Design II
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Strand 2
Students will identify architectural features and styles.
  • Architecture Bingo
    This lesson provides students with a review of architectural terms and styles in a fun game-type manner.
  • Architecture Photo Assignment
    This lesson provides students with an opportunity to observe the architecture in their community and neighborhoods and to share it with the class.
  • Architecture Review
    This lesson provides students with a review of architectural information in a testing format using photograph representations.
  • Architecture Scavenger Hunt
    This lesson provides students with an opportunity to locate and identify the different architectural styles and terminology that exists in the community and neighborhoods that they live in.
  • Windows, Doors, Roofs, and Housing Styles
    Different types of windows and doors and a windows and doors project.

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