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Exploring Living Spaces
Emily Smith & Kelsi Silliman
What is Living Space?

Where do you see yourself when you are grown up?
What country are you in?
Are you in a city? A suburb?
Are you in a forest? Are you underwater?
Where are you?
What type of area is surrounding you?
What do you see as your dream living space?
What shape is it? What color is it?
How many windows does it have?
How many floors does it have?
What's inside of this space?
How many rooms does it have? What color are they?
How do you get from one floor to another?
Who is with you in this space? Are you alone?
Are you with family? A pet?
What is your dream room?
What does this room look like?
How big is the space? Is it small? Is it big?
What makes your space unique?


Work Day!

Step 2
Step 3
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Step 5
1. Put the final touches on your community map and place your 3D living space on the map if you haven't already.

2. As a class, discuss how your dream space fits within the community and read your speculative fictions.

3. In Google classroom post (individually):
1. Your speculative fiction and an image of your space on the map.
2.What you liked most and what you wish you could change about this project.
3.What you learned during this project.
4.Final reflections on your own project.

Emily Smith
For the Teacher
Kelsi Silliman
Emily Smith is a junior at Penn State
University studying art education and
minoring in psychology. She plans to
go to grad school for Art Therapy. Emily
is interested in all forms of art making and
does not have one specific favorite. She
loves to take pictures, eat sushi, and hangout
with her favorite pup Bentley!
In your groups, create your living space by creating in Tinkercad! Use your speculative fiction to help you put details into your design.
Throughout this lesson we will explore living spaces all over the world and see how different architects and artists use space. From this investigation we will create our own dream living spaces!
Here is an overview of what we will be doing in each step:

Step 1(slides 2-12) - Exploring spaces around the world and architects, brainstorming our own dream spaces
Step 2(slides 13-16) - Writing speculative fiction, tutorial of program for 3D printing
Step 3(slides 17-18) - Designing our own 3D spaces from sketches
Step 4(slide 19) - Community collaboration with peers to create map of space
Step 5(slide 20) - Final touches and reflection
About the teachers (slide 21)
teacher resources (slides 22-25)
A place one resides in. It can take different forms, as we will soon see around the world in these videos.
Step 1
How this lesson works...
Use either the left and right arrows on your keyboard, or that show at the bottom of the screen to continue forward.
Feel free to go back to old slides anytime during the lesson if you need.
You can also scroll through the blue bar to easily get to later slides in the prezi.
Watch these videos to see examples of living spaces all over the world and take notes during the videos of things you like.
Go to
sign in with the user name and password provided by your teacher
click the Learn tab on the top and scroll down to where it says "Basics"
complete all lessons under "Basics"

Now we are going to write a speculative fiction about our dream living space. A
speculative fiction
is a fiction story that includes elements, settings and characters whose features are created out of human imagination and speculation rather than based on reality and everyday life.
Create groups of two or three and collaborate in answering the questions on the following page in a word document. Your group will work together to create a dream living space and will use this speculative fiction to help inspire your creation!
When you see italics, this means there is something you have to do.
Answer these questions as you think about your dream space to write your speculative fiction:
Step1
Welcome to Exploring Living Spaces!
Step 1
Step 1
Step 1
Step 1
Step 1
Step 1
Architect:
Architect:
Step 1
Architect:
What is an Architect?
a person who designs buildings and in many cases also supervises their construction.
Step 1
Step 2
Step 1
That's all for this step!
HW: sketch/brainstorm and really think about how you want your living space to look like, inside and out because in the next step we will be learning how to bring our ideas into 3D form on the computer to later be 3D printed!
https://www.tinkercad.com on chrome
Step 2
Step 2
That's all for step 2!
HW: Finish going through the lessons on tinkercad and writing your speculative fiction if you didn't finish in class, because in the next step we begin designing our own living spaces!
Collaboration Day
Reflection and Final touches
Kelsi Silliman is a junior at Penn State University and is studying Art Education with a minor in Arabic and hopes to teach overseas in the future. She enjoys spending time with family, running, reading, painting, and traveling.
About us...
Thank you for looking into our webquest! The purpose of this lesson is to provide a fun and creative way to learn the basics of 3D printing.
Daniel Czapiewski
Polish architect who created the upside down house
made to be a tourist destination in Szymbark, Poland
Tadao Ando
Fujimoto
Here's a list of National requirements that this lesson meets:

Anchor Standard #1. Generate and conceptualize artistic ideas and work.

Anchor Standard #2. Organize and develop artistic ideas and work.

Anchor Standard #3. Refine and complete artistic work.

Anchor Standard #4. Analyze, interpret, and select artistic work for presentation.

Anchor Standard #5. Develop and refine artistic work for presentation.

Anchor Standard #6. Convey meaning through the presentation of artistic work.

Anchor Standard #7. Perceive and analyze artistic work.

Anchor Standard #8. Interpret intent and meaning in artistic work.

Anchor Standard #9. Apply criteria to evaluate artistic work.

Anchor Standard #10. Synthesize and relate knowledge and personal experiences to make art.

Anchor Standard #11. Relate artistic ideas and works with societal, cultural and historical context to deepen understanding.

See more at: http://www.nationalartsstandards.org/content/national-core-arts-standards-anchor-standards#creating


Teacher Rubric
Teacher Lesson Plan
ungrouped
Example

grouped

Once you have completed your speculative fiction, submit it to google classroom
Japanese self-taught architect
Ando's architectural style is said to create a "haiku" effect, emphasizing nothingness and empty space to represent the beauty of simplicity
Japanese architect noted for delicate light structures and permeable enclosures
designed several houses, and in 2013, was selected to design the temporary Serpentine Gallery pavilion in London.
feel free to contact us with any questions:
ets5113@psu.edu
Sample:
how to save your work:
go to "design" at the top of the page and then save
click the tinkercad logo and find out what name Tinkercad gave your groups 3D object and write it down somewhere so you can remember
1. Now that your group has designed a dream space and it is printing, think about where it should be located and what is surrounding your space.
2. Talk amongst the other groups about where everyone's space is located and think of a way to place them all together on a map.
3. Collaboratively create a map using paint/colored pencils/markers that shows the relation appropriately between you and your classmates spaces.
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