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Presentation explaining how to make a basic 3D model of a house to add sustainable designs for a house that can cope with a cold climate

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  • Making a sustainable house Coping with a colder climate Year 7 Hums+ Dangerous World Abbeyfield School – Humanities http://abbeyfieldhumanities.blogspot.com
  • Features of a sustainable home for a cold climate
    • Thick insulation
    • Solar panels for electricity and heating
    • Rain water capture for flushing toilets
    • Large windows for natural light
    • Wind turbine as renewable energy source
  • The walls, roof and floors
    • Mark out 8 squares – all the same size
    • 18cm x 18cm works well
    • Carefully cut them out
    18cm 18cm
  • Supporting the first floor
    • Mark and cut out two strips of card (15cm long and 5cm wide)
    • Fold them in half lengthways
    • Place them on two of the pieces of card you cut out for the walls (make sure they are half way up the wall – 9cm)
    5cm 15cm 9cm
  • Supporting the first floor
    • Using masking tape, stick them down
  • Attaching the walls
    • Stick one piece of blank card to one of the walls you added the support to
    • Repeat this on the other side to make the back and side walls
  • Attaching the floors
    • Turn your box over and attach another piece of card to make the floor
    • Turn your box back over
    • Slide in another piece of card onto your supports to make the first floor
  • Ceiling and roof
    • Now add the first floor ceiling by sticking another piece of card to the top of the box
    • Take your last two piece of card and stick them together using the masking tape
  • Your completed basic house
    • Stick on the roof using two piece of masking tape
    • Congratulations! You now have your basic house
  • Showing your sustainable house ideas
    • Glue your house onto the middle of a piece of card
    • Now add your ideas to the model to make it into a house that can cope with a cold climate
    • How could you show insulation, solar panels, wind turbine etc?
    • Have a go at making additions for your house
    • Describe and explain your ideas on the card you have stuck the house on
    Your house Card base