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  • Building StoriesOur Constructed Culture as seen through Architectural History
  • SummaryThis course will examine world architecture throughout theages. Presented according to themes rather than chronology,the course will look not only at the buildings themselves and themoments in architectural history that they represent, but also thepeople who built them and the events that were going on aroundthem. Each new building will reveal a story about the culture andpeople who created it while also providing comparison for thearchitecture and history surrounding ourselves in New York City.
  • Audience & Class Details
  • Audience & Class DetailsHigh-School Students
  • Audience & Class DetailsHigh-School StudentsTuesday and Thursday afternoons
  • Audience & Class DetailsHigh-School StudentsTuesday and Thursday afternoonsHour and 15 minutes per class
  • Audience & Class DetailsHigh-School StudentsTuesday and Thursday afternoonsHour and 15 minutes per classEnrichment class
  • Course Goals
  • Course GoalsIncrease appreciation and familiarity with differentculture and people through the history of theirarchitecture.
  • Course GoalsIncrease appreciation and familiarity with differentculture and people through the history of theirarchitecture.Augment learning and interest in other schoolsubjects through additional layers of context (culturalawareness, historical context, political influence).
  • Course GoalsIncrease appreciation and familiarity with differentculture and people through the history of theirarchitecture.Augment learning and interest in other schoolsubjects through additional layers of context (culturalawareness, historical context, political influence).Encourage personal exploration of new cultures.
  • Course GoalsIncrease appreciation and familiarity with differentculture and people through the history of theirarchitecture.Augment learning and interest in other schoolsubjects through additional layers of context (culturalawareness, historical context, political influence).Encourage personal exploration of new cultures.Set familiar buildings seen every day within thecontext of world architecture.
  • Syllabus
  • SyllabusRequired Reading
  • SyllabusRequired ReadingField Trip around New York City
  • SyllabusRequired ReadingField Trip around New York City Visits include Lever House, The Museum of Natural History, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and others around New York City.
  • SyllabusRequired ReadingField Trip around New York City Visits include Lever House, The Museum of Natural History, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and others around New York City. Students will be divided into teams to visit certain sites and will report on what they saw at the end of the day.
  • SyllabusRequired ReadingField Trip around New York City Visits include Lever House, The Museum of Natural History, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and others around New York City. Students will be divided into teams to visit certain sites and will report on what they saw at the end of the day.Projects
  • SyllabusRequired ReadingField Trip around New York City Visits include Lever House, The Museum of Natural History, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and others around New York City. Students will be divided into teams to visit certain sites and will report on what they saw at the end of the day.Projects Project I: Groups Design a Medieval Pilgrimage Church with each student taking on a role: Abbot, Patron, Artisan, Stonemason, etc.
  • SyllabusRequired ReadingField Trip around New York City Visits include Lever House, The Museum of Natural History, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and others around New York City. Students will be divided into teams to visit certain sites and will report on what they saw at the end of the day.Projects Project I: Groups Design a Medieval Pilgrimage Church with each student taking on a role: Abbot, Patron, Artisan, Stonemason, etc. Project II: Journey Map
  • SyllabusRequired ReadingField Trip around New York City Visits include Lever House, The Museum of Natural History, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and others around New York City. Students will be divided into teams to visit certain sites and will report on what they saw at the end of the day.Projects Project I: Groups Design a Medieval Pilgrimage Church with each student taking on a role: Abbot, Patron, Artisan, Stonemason, etc. Project II: Journey MapCollaborative Timeline
  • Collaborative TimelineEach student will contribute both from in-class learning and out-of-class research by bringing in 5 events each week. Eventscould be about history, science, literature, people, places, etc.GOAL: To see where these buildings fit in to all that you arestudying. Understanding buildings in this way helps to betterunderstand what s going on in the world at that time and whothe people are taking part in it.
  • Grading Breakdown
  • Grading Breakdown25% Preparation & Contribution
  • Grading Breakdown25% Preparation & Contribution10% Quizzes (3)
  • Grading Breakdown25% Preparation & Contribution10% Quizzes (3)20% Project I
  • Grading Breakdown25% Preparation & Contribution10% Quizzes (3)20% Project I30% Project II
  • Grading Breakdown25% Preparation & Contribution10% Quizzes (3)20% Project I30% Project II15% Final Exam
  • Syllabus
  • SyllabusDivine Construction: Buildings of ReligionKeep Out: A look at Defensive ArchitectureWhere Royalty SleepsGeometry in DesignYou Can t take it with You: Funeral ArchitectureHouses of Art & Music: Museums, Theatres, & Performance HallsCraft: The Artistry within Architectural DetailsGilded OpulenceBrick-Marble-Wood-Glass-Steel: The story of Building MaterialsTo Cut an Imposing Figure: Architecture of the StatePast the City Limits: Rural ArchitectureGreen is GoodArchitecture of the Future
  • Syllabus
  • Syllabus
  • SyllabusWeek, Date, Title
  • SyllabusWeek, Date, Title Description & Themes
  • SyllabusWeek, Date, Title Description & ThemesDays of the Week
  • SyllabusWeek, Date, Title Description & ThemesDays of the WeekIn Class Activity
  • SyllabusWeek, Date, Title Description & ThemesDays of the WeekIn Class Activity Reading Due
  • SyllabusWeek, Date, Title Description & ThemesDays of the WeekIn Class Activity Reading Due Assignment Due
  • Activity :: Version I
  • Activity :: Version I
  • Activity :: Version I• Pre-Activity Discussion• Have any of you ever been to these places?• What are the different ways youve travelled?• Do you go to visit buildings or museums when you travel? What types?•
  • Activity :: Version I• Journey Map• Directions for the test are then laid out for the testers as follows:• Groups select 4 buildings from 8 to visit on your trip.• Describe the Time Period you are traveling in. Describe why.• Use icons to show how you will travel from place to place. (feel free to use more than one)• Tape individual buildings around the map and draw lines to their locations on the map. Then show on the map how you would travel from place to place.• In the boxes, create a fictional journal about your trip.•
  • Activity :: Version I• What s Happenin• Who do you envision being? A wealthy person? A religious person? An adventure-seeker?• What are people thinking at this time?• Whats going on in science and art?• What does the US look like at this time?• Who are the people you would meet along the way?•
  • Activity :: Version I
  • Activity :: Version I
  • Activity :: Version I6-week project in 20minute activity
  • Activity :: Version I6-week project in 20minute activityso much paper
  • Activity :: Version I6-week project in 20minute activityso much papertoo many separateentities
  • Activity :: Version I6-week project in 20minute activityso much papertoo many separateentitiestoo much information
  • Activity :: Version I6-week project in 20minute activityso much papertoo many separateentitiestoo much informationdesign not united
  • Activity :: Version I6-week project in 20minute activityso much papertoo many separateentitiestoo much informationdesign not unitedno visual cues for whatgoes where
  • Activity :: Version I6-week project in 20minute activityso much papertoo many separateentitiestoo much informationdesign not unitedno visual cues for whatgoes whereliked discussion oftransport and timeperiod
  • Activity :: Version I6-week project in 20minute activityso much papertoo many separateentitiestoo much informationdesign not unitedno visual cues for whatgoes whereliked discussion oftransport and timeperiodremember arch history
  • Activity :: Version II
  • Activity :: Version II
  • Activity :: Version II
  • Activity :: Version II
  • Activity :: Version II
  • Assessment
  • Lecture
  • LectureHearst Tower :: New York, NY
  • LectureHearst Tower :: New York, NYCalifornia Academy ofSciences :: San Francisco, CA
  • LectureHearst Tower :: New York, NYCalifornia Academy ofSciences :: San Francisco, CAOmi International ArtsCenter :: Upstate NY
  • LectureHearst Tower :: New York, NYCalifornia Academy ofSciences :: San Francisco, CAOmi International ArtsCenter :: Upstate NYBronx Library Center :: Bronx,NY
  • LectureHearst Tower :: New York, NYCalifornia Academy ofSciences :: San Francisco, CAOmi International ArtsCenter :: Upstate NYBronx Library Center :: Bronx,NYAmerican Embassy :: Sofia,Bulgaria
  • Lecturebuilding green was communicated
  • Lecturebuilding green was communicatedspecific architectural details notconsistently touched upon
  • Lecturebuilding green was communicatedspecific architectural details notconsistently touched uponjumping back and forth across thecountry
  • Lecturebuilding green was communicatedspecific architectural details notconsistently touched uponjumping back and forth across thecountry world map to introduce lecture
  • Lecturebuilding green was communicatedspecific architectural details notconsistently touched uponjumping back and forth across thecountry world map to introduce lecturerepeated themes
  • Lecturebuilding green was communicatedspecific architectural details notconsistently touched uponjumping back and forth across thecountry world map to introduce lecturerepeated themes defensive architecture, Roman bath houses, the excavation of Roman temples and other buildings during the Dark Ages in Italy
  • Lecturebuilding green was communicatedspecific architectural details notconsistently touched uponjumping back and forth across thecountry world map to introduce lecturerepeated themes defensive architecture, Roman bath houses, the excavation of Roman temples and other buildings during the Dark Ages in Italypresenting consistent informationfor each building
  • Lecturebuilding green was communicatedspecific architectural details notconsistently touched uponjumping back and forth across thecountry world map to introduce lecturerepeated themes defensive architecture, Roman bath houses, the excavation of Roman temples and other buildings during the Dark Ages in Italypresenting consistent informationfor each building Name // Architect // Year // Location // New Construction or Renovation // Photograph (image) // Plan (image)
  • Lecturebuilding green was communicatedspecific architectural details notconsistently touched uponjumping back and forth across thecountry world map to introduce lecturerepeated themes defensive architecture, Roman bath houses, the excavation of Roman temples and other buildings during the Dark Ages in Italypresenting consistent informationfor each building Name // Architect // Year // Location // New Construction or Renovation // Photograph (image) // Plan (image)focus on the people -- these allcurrent day
  • Lecturebuilding green was communicatedspecific architectural details notconsistently touched uponjumping back and forth across thecountry world map to introduce lecturerepeated themes defensive architecture, Roman bath houses, the excavation of Roman temples and other buildings during the Dark Ages in Italypresenting consistent informationfor each building Name // Architect // Year // Location // New Construction or Renovation // Photograph (image) // Plan (image)focus on the people -- these allcurrent dayslow down and more organized forthis audience
  • Reflections on Teaching
  • Reflections on Teachingmore Meta about teaching
  • Reflections on Teachingmore Meta about teachingmore confident in learning styles, environments
  • Reflections on Teachingmore Meta about teachingmore confident in learning styles, environmentsunderstand better all the planning required
  • Reflections on Teachingmore Meta about teachingmore confident in learning styles, environmentsunderstand better all the planning requiredinterested to do more...
  • Thank you.