Interior Design 1
Students will identify and explain the basic elements of design or "tools" used to create a design: line, shape, form, space, texture, pattern, and color. (STEM: Math, Science)
Identify, explain and use the basic elements of design
Black and White Design
Students will create a design using white paper and black ink that incorporates all four of the different line types.
Elements Picture Assignment
This assignment fulfills the requirements of performance objective #4 for the state skills test #330.
Showing the movie DESIGN: The Elements, introduces the next unit of study to the students.
Elements and Principles Using a Movie
This lesson provides both students and teacher with an "entertaining" break while fulfilling the requirements of a specific performance objective (303).
Form vs. Shape
Provide students with the knowledge to understand the difference between form and shape and actually design a form from a shape they have created.
Interior Design- Space Unit
A descriptive, hands-on approach to teaching the concept of space as an element of design. Students immediately put conceptual learning into use.
Students will experiment with line types and directions by coloring designs created by Roger Burrows.
Positive & Negative Space
Students will create a puzzle-like picture in which one color of paper represents positive space and color represents negative space.
Poster Board Lines
Students will take notes on line types and directions and then apply that knowledge to create posters depicting the different directions of line.
Shape & Form
Students will learn the difference between shape and form by participating in a hands on activity.
Team Shape Picture/Shape Creation
Students will be introduced to the concept of shape--two-dimensional objects--and have hands-on experience creating pictures using a variety of shapes.
Texture Rub/Texture Board
Students will work hands on finding and using different textures in an interior.
Students will find examples of the four different types of patterns by using wallpaper as their medium.
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