INTERIOR DESIGN I
Mrs. Jerrie Lin Hansen
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course enables students to explore their creativity in the field of interior design. Identification of the elements and principles of design are emphasized. Other topics included are housing choices, area planning and careers.
Class Fee $15.00
The students will:
- Compile an Interior Design portfolio of all their coursework throughout the semester.
- Identify the elements and principles of design.
- Create visual example of the various elements and principles of design.
- Discover how we are affected by different kinds of design.
- Create a presentation board for one room.
- Identify and draw a floor plan symbols and circulation patterns in housing.
Appropriate classroom behavior is essential. Students are expected to attend class and be on time, use appropriate language, become involved in activities and discussions, complete assignments on time, display a positive attitude, stay awake, work well with others, respect the rights and property of others, and come to class prepared.
SUPPLIES: Due in class on______
ALL SUPPLIES SHOULD BE LABELD WITH YOUR NAME/PERIOD. THEY WILL REMAIN IN THE CLASSROOM TO BE USED FOR THIS CLASS ONLY.
* 2” binder
* Lined notebook paper.
* Pen (black ink)
Grading will consist of projects, portfolio checks, tests and assignments. I follow the FHS grading scale.
93-100% = A 90-92% = A- 87-89% = B+ 83-86% = B
80-82% = B- 77-79% = C+ 73-76% = C70-72%= C-
67-69%= D+ 63-66% = D 60-62%= D- 0-59%= F
All assignments and projects work towards the required performance objectives for the State Competency Test, therefore, all assignments must be turned in, in order to show demonstrated competency for the course. Assignments turned in on time will receive full credit. Late assignments will be accepted with a 10% reduction in points for one week past due date, and 25-50% reduction thereafter.
I follow FHS attendance policy. You are responsible for contacting me for any make-up work.
LAST BUT NOT LEAST:
NO CELL PHONES – NO MUSIC DEVISES – NO FOOD OR DRINK
Titles VI &VII of the Civil Rights Act prohibit discrimination in federally funded programs on the basis of race, color, religion or national origin. All vocational opportunities are offered without regard to race, color, national origin, sex or disability. The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act requires the District to find and serve qualified students with disabilities residing in the District. More information on each law is also posted at the District Office.
Weber School District complies with Title IZ regulations: “No person in the United States shall on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subject to discrimination under any educational program or activity receiving federal financial assistance. Problems should be referred to the school administration.” Any grievance regarding the above statements should be directed to: Weber School District, 5320 South Adams Avenue, Ogden, UT 84405
Please sign and keep in your interior design notebook for future reference. Points will be given if signed. (25)
I have reviewed the Interior Design Class Disclosure/Policies. I am aware of and will support the academic grading standards, classroom policies and expectations as described.