Architecture Across the Curriculum: Learning by Design
Texas Tech University Press, 1998 - Architecture
A set of lesson plans which allow for the integration of architecture studies into the school curriculum. They can be used with any level between K and 12, but are most commonly used with grades 3-6. Texas' state-required educational elements are addressed in each of the architectural experiences.
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Found Objects Construction
SYMMETRY AND ASYMMETRY
NOTICE YOUR COMMUNITY
HOUSE OF THE FUTURE
SEARCH FOR LIBERTY
Creativity and Fit
Geometric Forms Construction
REINFORCED CONCRETE ARCHITECTURE
STRATEGIES FOR TEACHING
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