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Interior Design II
This course provides students the opportunity to develop skills in applying the elements and principles of design to interiors. Projects are integrated throughout the course to provide applications as the students study: architecture, furniture styles and constructions, surface treatments and backgrounds, design and function of space and lighting. Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education. Student leadership and competitive events (FCCLA) may be integrated into this course.
Interior Design Graphics - Part A
Interior Design Graphics - Part B
Interior Design Scope and Sequence
Students will discuss demonstrate understanding of the elements and principles of design.
Standard 2: Review principles of design. (STEM: math, science)
Performance Objective 1: Student will complete a project based on the principles and elements of design.
Students will identify architectural features and styles.
Architectural Features Vocabulary
Architectural Features Vocabulary Key
Architectural Vocabulary Pictionary 1
Architectural Vocabulary Pictionary 2
Standard 2: Identify the American adaptations of housing styles such as:
American Architecture Study Guide
American Architecture Study Guide Key
American House Video Notes Guide
Ancient Architecture Study Guide
Ancient Architecture Study Guide Key
Architecture Field Study
Beauty of the Night
Performance Objective 2: Complete a project related to architectural styles and features
Architect Presentation Critique
Architect Presentation Grade Sheet
Architect Research Report
Architecture Portfolio Table of Contents
Architecture Scavenger Hunt
Looking at Architecture
KEY-Architecture & Furniture History Test A
Architecture & Furniture History Test B
KEY-Architecture & Furniture History Test B
Students will understand components of contract documents - a set of plans that a builder uses. (STEM: engineering)
Performance Objective 3: Draw, draft or trace a portion of a floor plan. (STEM: math)
Students will identify and explain various interior surface treatments, backgrounds and lighting.
Students will distinguish features of selected furniture styles and characteristics of quality furniture.
Create Your Own Furniture Line
Furniture Styles Board
Furniture Styles Board - Condo Floor Plans
Historical Furniture Styles Catalog
Standard 3: Identify illustrations of furniture types.
Standard 4: Discuss construction techniques used in upholstered furniture.
Standard 5: Discuss the construction techniques used in case goods (wood furniture used for storage).
Performance Objective 4: Complete a project related to furniture styles and features.
Students will understand the elements of an appropriate visual presentation.
Standard 2: Students will practice established techniques to create a neat and well developed presentation board.
Performance Objective 5: Students will design a presentation board and description for one or more rooms. (It is suggested students do the FCCLA STAR event scenario for Interior Design Board preparation)
ADDITIONAL GENERAL INFORMATION
Interior Design II State Test Review Key
Interior Design II State Test Review Presentation
Interior Design State Test Review 2
Interior Design State Test Review B