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Architecture Design or Green Reno & Model built by lmacdona

Rubric Code: J27W6B
Students act as architects hired to design or renovate into a green space any type of building for a client. Students complete 3 steps. 1. Fully shaded in stippling and crosshatced diagram 2. With diagram include the typed plans 3. A 3-D model built to scale in cardboard or other materials. Students present and review the results and discuss success.
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Keywords: Architecture
Categories: Subjects: Arts and Design   (General)  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Poor
1 pts
Fair
2 pts
Good
3 pts
Excellent
4 pts
Floor Plan/Elevation drawings
Poor

Not able to draw a plan view to scale.
Fair

Somewhat drawn to scale. Very little concern with the quality of the perspective/elevation drawing.
Good

Able to use a consistant scale in their drawing.
Care in drawing their elevations with added texture and detail.
Excellent

All the elevation drawings are well thought out with attention to details.
Client Written and scale
Poor

Client is not created to the scale of the model. The use of space isn't consistent with the scale picked by the students. Space isn't considered in the model as an important feature.
Fair

Client works in most of the model spaces. Some use of scale is evident. Very little thought on how the space would be used as a feature in the building.
Good

The client is created to scale and works in the space. Most of the time details understood. i.e greening the space
Excellent

The client easily works within the building plans. Scale is evident throughout the building The use of space was thought out throughout the model. Elements of light and movement are present.
Model building
Poor

Not able to build a model. Difficulty working with the model material and constructing a 3D piece from 2D materials. Did not follow safety measures.
Fair

Able to build a model but with structural problems. Difficulty with tools, materials.
Rarely followed safety measures.
Good

Model is structurally solid. Ability to use tools and materials correctly. Some consideration to archtectural details of light & texture. Most of the time followed safety measures.
Excellent

Model is built structually sound. Evidence of accurate use of tools and materials. Evidence of architectural features such as windows, doors, external texture. Always followed safety measures.
Presentation
Poor

Unable to present drawings and model of house. Not able to describe the thought process behind the design.
Fair

Able to present some of the drawings and the model. Unable to describe the thought process behind the design.
Good

Able to present most of the drawings. Able to describe the thought process behind the design.
Excellent

Able to present the drawings. Description of the building clearly indicates there was a thought process behind the design. The model clearly follows the design so it can be viewed in 3 dimensions.



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