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					Family and Consumer Sciences Interior Design (2-semester Program) Standards Scope and Sequence June 2006

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Interior Design
PURPOSE AND INTENT:
The purpose of this course is to expose students to various aspects of the interior design industry and is based on the industry’s professional standards (Foundation for Interior Design Education Research – FIDER). The first semester focuses on residential design and the second semester on commercial design. Students integrate knowledge, skills and practices to evaluate potential career opportunities. Areas of focus include: Introduction to Residential and Commercial Design; Design Drawings; Professional Practices/Education; Design Elements and Principles; and the Design Process. Activities and best practices incorporate oral and written communication skills, team building skills, and portfolio development. The course is crosswalked with the Colorado Academic Content Standards and the Colorado General Workplace Competencies.

SUGGESTED GRADE LEVEL: 11th and 12th SUGGESTED TITLES:
The title that you select for your course should be appropriate for your school and community but should reflect both the residential and commercial design aspects. These are some titles currently used in Colorado schools: Interior Design; Interiors; Residential and Commercial Design.

USE:
This outline is intended to be a guide as you develop and teach your course. You can select standards, topics, order of presentation, and depth of units as appropriate for your school and community. It is expected that you will teach at least 80% of the course. You may integrate various topics and skills throughout the course rather than teaching them as a separate unit (i.e. careers). The reference behind each standard (N) refers to the National FCS Standard. For a copy of the Family and Consumer Sciences National Standards, contact V-TECS: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools 1866 Southern Lane Decatur, GA 30033-4097

Phone: 404-679-4501 or 800-248-7701, ext. 543
FAX: 404-679-4556 FCCLA: Related national FCCLA programs are identified. Each national program has developed teaching strategies for co-curricular use. You may also integrate STAR events and the FCCLA planning process in these units. (www.fcclainc.org)

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FIRST SEMESTER I. INTRODUCTION TO RESIDENTIAL DESIGN (UNIT: 3 HOURS)
Outline Colorado Standard Competencies Academic / Workplace Standards FCCLA
Leaders at Work A. Course overview and expectations B. Resources C. Supply list D. Interior design vs. decorating Contrast and communicate the roles of an Interior Decorator versus an Interior Designer. RW2.11; ORG2.1; ORG2.2; ORG2.3; ORG2.5 Develop an understanding of Interior Design. Identify and locate various resources pertaining to the Interior Design Profession. RW5.2; TECH5.2; TECH5.3 Career Connection Power of One

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II. DESIGN DRAWINGS (5 HOURS)
Outline Colorado Standard Competencies Academic / Workplace Standards
MA3.1; TS3.6 Career Connection Power of One

FCCLA
Leaders at Work

A. Overview 1. Bubble Diagrams 2. Floor Plans 3. Elevations 4. Rendering a. Applying color b. Materials, textures, finishes c. Furniture and lighting effects 5. One and Two Point Perspectives 6. CAD Drawings B. Professional Tools C. Sketchbook Techniques and Requirements 1. Outline 2. Shade and Shadows

Demonstrate awareness of design drawings, tools and techniques.

Identify and differentiate types of design drawings.

Communicate effectively through visual illustration. (FIDER 5)

Demonstrate competence in illustrative sketching, and presentation of colors, materials and furnishings. (FIDER 5b) Develop and maintain sketchbook.

MA6.1; TS3.6

RW2.2; TS3.3; TS3.6 MA6.1; TS3.4

Practice and apply the basic drawing techniques.

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III. CAREERS / ISSUES IN INTERIOR DESIGN (FLOATING UNIT – 5 HOURS)
Outline Colorado Standard Competencies Academic / Workplace Standards
RW5.5; COM1.5

FCCLA
Leaders at Work Career Connection

A. Residential Interiors B. Commercial Interiors (introduction to 2nd semester) C. Related Fields D. Universal Design 1. Philosophy 2. Accessibility and equity of design 3. Practicality E. Sustainable Design (Green Design)

Develop the attitudes, traits, and values of professional responsibility, accountability, and effectiveness. (FIDER 2)

Research and understand careers / issues in the Interior Design Industry.

Interpret and predict global impact of design on the environment and user.

ECON1.1.1; COM1.5; ORG2.5

Power of One Financial Fitness Dynamic Leadership Community Service Families First

IV. PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE (FLOATING UNIT – 5 HOURS)
Outline Colorado Standard Competencies Academic / Workplace Standards
RW5.2

FCCLA
Leaders at Work Career Connection Power of One Dynamic Leadership

A. Public Perceptions (Media, stereotypes etc.) B. Professional Ethical Issues/Practice C. Image/Appropriate Dress

Demonstrate an understanding of professional practices and the role of ethics within the industry. (FIDER 2b)

Identify the differences between public perceptions and actual professional practices. Examine ethical issues in design. Model professional dress.

RW4.2

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V. EDUCATION (FLOATING UNIT – 2 HOURS)
Outline Colorado Standard Competencies Academic / Workplace Standards
RW5.2

FCCLA
Leaders at Work Career Connection Power of One Dynamic Leadership

A. Two and four-year degrees 1. Colorado schools 2. Other B. Professional credentials/licensure C. Program accreditation D. Professional Organizations 1. ASID 2. IIDA

Develop the attitudes, traits, and values of professional responsibility, accountability, and effectiveness. (FIDER 2)

Differentiate various educational opportunities.

Develop an awareness of credentialing. Identify the significance of each professional organization.

RW2.11 RW5.0

VI. ELEMENTS AND PRINCIPLES RELATED TO PERSONAL SPACE (19 HOURS)
Outline Colorado Standard Competencies Academic / Workplace Standards
RW2.11 Career Connection Power of One

FCCLA
Leaders at Work

A. Introduction to elements and principles (3 hrs) B. Design Elements (e.g. space, line, form / shape, texture, color, light) (8 hrs) C. Design Principles (e.g. proportion, scale, balance, emphasis, rhythm, unity / harmony) (8 hrs) Demonstrate design fundamentals including processes and theories. (FIDER 3) Recognize and apply the elements and principles of design. (N 16.3.2 and 11.2.1)

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VII. RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMMING / DESIGN PROCESS (27 HOURS)
Outline Colorado Standard Competencies Academic / Workplace Standards
RW4.2 RW2.11 MA5.2 Power of One D. Research (4 hrs) E. Concept Proposal F. Schematic Design (9 hrs) 1. Space planning/Circulation a. Bubble diagrams b. Floor Plans 1. Scale and measurement 2. Architectural symbols c. Clearances/design standards d. Codes 1. Health, safety, and welfare 2. Legal implications 2. Ergonomics/human dimension G. Design Development (12 hrs) 1. Furniture styles (optional) 2. Furniture plan (6 hrs) 3. Scale 4. Finishes (6 hrs) a. Materials b. Color, texture, pattern 5. Textiles Selection 6. Aesthetically-pleasing Financial Fitness Community Service Evaluate and apply codes based on human welfare. RW5.2 Families First

FCCLA
Leaders at Work Career Connection

A. Overview of design process (2 hrs) B. Scope of project C. Programming (3 hrs)

Apply the knowledge, skills, processes, and theories of interior design. (FIDER 4)

Identify client and user needs. Analyze information and research design solutions. Design appropriate schematics and concepts.

Demonstrate competent design development skills

Analyze, select, and locate furnishings. Calculate mathematical scale with illustrations. Analyze and select design finishes and materials based on their properties and performance criteria. (FIDER 6l)

RW2.4 MA5.1 RW5.2

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VIII. COMMUNICATION AND PRESENTATION (14 HOURS)
Outline Colorado Standard Competencies Academic / Workplace Standards
RW2.9

FCCLA
Leaders at Work Career Connection Power of One

A. Visual Presentation (6 hrs) 1. Floor plans 2. Sample boards / Layout 3. Composition of Boards using Elements and Principles B. Verbal Communication (8 hrs) 1. Accurate use of design terminology 2. Clarity Defense of ideas/rationale 3. Appearance and confidence

Communicate effectively. (FIDER 5)

Express ideas clearly in visual, oral, and written communication. (FIDER 5d & e)

Dynamic Leadership

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SECOND SEMESTER I. INTRODUCTION TO COMMERCIAL DESIGN (UNIT: 3 HOURS)
Outline Colorado Standard Competencies Academic / Workplace Standards
RW5.2 Career Connection Power of One

FCCLA
Leaders at Work

A. Course Overview B. Resources

Develop an understanding of Interior Design.

Identify and locate various resources pertaining to the Interior Design Profession.

II. CAREERS / ISSUES IN COMMERCIAL DESIGN (5 HOURS)
Outline Colorado Standard Competencies Academic / Workplace Standards
RW5.5

FCCLA
Leaders at Work Career Connection Power of One Financial Fitness

A. Interior Design Specializations 1. Health care 2. Hospitality 3. Government / Institutional 4. Corporate / Office 5. Restaurant B. Design Team (e.g. architect, developer, engineers, contractors, inspectors, project managers) C. Trends 1. Green Design 2. Historical preservation 3. Universal Design 4. American Disabilities Act

Develop the attitudes, traits, and values of professional responsibility, accountability, and effectiveness. (FIDER 2)

Research and understand careers / issues in the Interior Design Industry.

Interpret and predict global impact of design on the environment and user.

ECON1.1.1 Community Service

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III. PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE (5 HOURS)
Outline Colorado Standard Competencies Academic / Workplace Standards
RW4.2

FCCLA
Leaders at Work Career Connection Power of One

A. Responsibility of the Profession 1. Health, safety, welfare 2. Ethics 3. Licensing B. Business Owner

Demonstrate an understanding of professional practices and the role of ethics within the industry. (FIDER 2b)

Examine ethical issues, life safety, and human response in design.

IV. ELEMENTS AND PRINCIPLES RELATED TO PUBLIC SPACE
Outline Colorado Standard Competencies Academic / Workplace Standards
RW2.11

FCCLA
Leaders at Work Career Connection Power of One

A. Elements B. Principles

Demonstrate design fundamentals including processes and theories. (FIDER 3)

Recognize and apply the elements and principles of design. (N 16.3.2 and 11.2.1)

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V. COMMERCIAL PROGRAMMING / DESIGN PROCESS (33 HOURS)
Outline Colorado Standard Competencies Academic / Workplace Standards FCCLA
Leaders at Work Career Connection Power of One Identify client and user needs. Analyze information and research design solutions. Design appropriate schematics and concepts. Evaluate and apply codes based on human welfare. Demonstrate competent design development skills Analyze, select, and locate furnishings. Analyze and select design finishes and materials based on their properties and performance criteria. (FIDER 6l) RW4.2 RW5.2 MA5.2 RW5.2 RW2.4 RW5.2 Financial Fitness

A. Design process B. Commercial Function (2 hrs) 1. Health, Safety, and Welfare Issue 2. Client Image 3. Employee Productivity and Space Efficiency C. Commercial Programming/Design Process 1. Scope of project 2. Programming (3 hrs) 3. Research (2 hrs) 4. Concept Proposal 5. Schematic designs (10 hrs) a. Bubble Diagrams b. Floor Plans c. Clearances/design standards d. Codes 6. Design development a. Furniture Plan (8 hrs) b. Scale c. Finishes/Materials (8 hrs) d. Color, texture, pattern e. Aesthetically-pleasing

Apply the knowledge, skills, processes, and theories of interior design. (FIDER 4)

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VI. COMMUNICATION AND PRESENTATION (24 HOURS)
Standard: Outline Colorado Standard Competencies Academic / Workplace Standards
RW2.9

FCCLA
Leaders at Work Career Connection Power of One

A. Visual Presentation (16 hrs) 1. Floor plans 2. Sample boards a. Layout b. Mounting and adhesives 3. Composition of Board using the Elem/Principles B. Verbal Communication (8 hrs) 1. Accurate use of design vocabulary 2. Defense of ideas/rationale 3. Appearance and confidence

Communicate effectively through visual illustration. (FIDER 5)

Express ideas clearly in visual, oral, and written communication. (FIDER 5d & e)

Justify solution relative to the design program. (FIDER 4o)

RW2.3 Dynamic Leadership

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