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CTE/Family & Consumer Sciences Education Curriculum
Advanced Interior Design
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Strand 4
Students will identify technology and other industry skills used in interior design documentation and presentations.
Standard 4
Use one or more of the following visual presentation techniques: floor plan, furniture plan, rendering, elevation, drafting or sketching.
 
  • American Contemporary
    Learn about the American Contemporary periods and complete an assignment about the Contemporary periods.
  • American Federal
    Learn about the American Federal style in Interior Design and complete an assignment on the American Federal period.
  • Ancient Cultures-Greek
    Learn about the Greek culture of Interior design and complete an Ancient Cultures-Greek assignment.
  • Ancient Cultures-Roman
    Learn about Roman ancient cultures in Interior Design and complete an Ancient Cultures-Roman assignment.
  • Colonial - Early American
    Learn about the Colonial period and complete an assignment on the colonial period.
  • Gothic Period
    Learn about the Gothic period and complete an assignment about the Gothic period.
  • Spanish Renaissance
    Learn about the Spanish Renaissance and complete a Spanish Renaissance assignment.

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