DREAM HOUSE PROJECT THIRD GRADING OUTPUT

Group’s Name_________ Date Submitted_________ Specifications for House Plan Sketch Must be done neatly in pencil Plan must conform to the customer’s specifications Sketch must use the correct scale factor Sketch must have the following items:

Name of the designer Whom the house plans are for Date Scale factor Rooms must be labeled as follows: * Front of House * Back of House * Length and width of rooms * The direction where doors open * Height of ceilings

PROJECT CRITERIA/ requirements 1. Your design must not exceed to 300 square meters. 2. Your dream house must have the following : - at least 8 rooms. - swimming pool - garrage ( 2 cars ) - servants quarter - garden - Pet house

PROJECT CRITERIA/ requirements 3. Total costs of the house is P 5, 000.

Your model should have at least one each of the four solids that we have studied: prism, pyramid, cylinder & cone. - Find the measures of the different parts of the house using the prescribed scale drawing and appropriate mathematical formulas.

Find the volume of the solid portions of your dream house. Be sure to write all formulas, and show all your work.

DISCUSSION IDEAS CONCEPTS Identify the parts of the house that use polygons. What kind(s) of polygons are present in the house model?

Which part of the house represents lines, points and planes? What is the floor area in terms of meters?

Which triangle in the model house is an isosceles triangle? What will happen to the model house if no two sides are congruent? Identify parts of the model house that represent perpendicular lines.

Which parts of the house represent three- dimensional shapes? What is the difference between two- and three – dimensional shapes?

COMPUTATIONAL SKILLS What is the floor area of the model of the house in cm? What is its perimeter? What are the measures of the biggest and the smallest angles found in the house model?

COMPUTATIONAL SKILLS What is the volume of the solid portions of your dream house?

INSIGHTS What did you learn from this activity? What did you like best about it? What do architects do?

EXTENSION & EXPLORATION You can calculate the flooring of the bedrooms. You can calculate the paint needed to paint one room, etc. Compute the difference in costs of different floor coverings

ASSESSMENT PROJECT COMPLETION- 30% GEOMETRY APPLICATION - 30% PEER ASSESSMENT – 15% GROUP ASSESSMENT – 15% SELF ASSESSMENT – 10%

Interdisciplinary Links TECHNOLOGY SCIENCE • Selection and use of construction materials • Air ventilation design • Measurement skills • Building and construction design • Drawing skills BUILDING OUR DREAM HOUSE • Output presentation skills • Ability to answer questions with clarity and logic ARTS/ARCHITECTURE VALUES • Resourcefulness • Cooperation • teamwork ENGLISH MATH • Computational skills • Using/comparing patterns • Identifying geometric figures • Conversion of units • Structural design • Color/picture • Creativity • Visual presentation