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Housing and Interior Design, 11th Edition

By: Evelyn L. Lewis, Ed.D. and Carolyn Turner Smith, Ph.D.
ISBN: 978-1-63126-567-9
Format: Hardcover
Copyright: 2018
Subject: Interior Design / Housing
Grade Level: 9-12
Description
Newly revised and reorganized, Housing and Interior Design introduces students to foundational principles and skills characteristic to housing and interiors professions. Geared toward high school students and courses, the text addresses both interior and exterior design and introduces students to the phases of the design process. Concepts include the historical, cultural, governmental, and technological factors that influence housing, along with a discussion of various architectural styles, reading floor plans and architectural documents, and space planning. Students learn about the processes, materials and finishes, construction basics, interior systems, and much more. Green and sustainable design, as well as universal design, are addressed throughout the text.
  • The contents emphasize the knowledge and skills students need for housing and interiors careers through the Architecture & Construction and the Arts, A/V Technology & Communications career clusters and pathways.
  • The practical aspects of choosing housing, such as security, health, and safety, as well as costs and maintenance engages students with their real-world application.
  • Students are encouraged to develop their housing and interior design skills through community service projects and FCCLA activities and competitive events.
Products & Prices 6-12 Education
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Text 768 978-1-63126-567-9 $112.00 $84.00
Newly revised and reorganized, Housing and Interior Design introduces students to foundational principles and skills characteristic to housing and interiors professions. Geared toward high school students and courses, the text addresses both interior and exterior design and introduces students to the phases of the design process. Concepts include the historical, cultural, governmental, and technological factors that influence housing, along with a discussion of various architectural styles, reading floor plans and architectural documents, and space planning. Students learn about the processes, materials and finishes, construction basics, interior systems, and much more. Green and sustainable design, as well as universal design, are addressed throughout the text.
  • The contents emphasize the knowledge and skills students need for housing and interiors careers through the Architecture & Construction and the Arts, A/V Technology & Communications career clusters and pathways.
  • The practical aspects of choosing housing, such as security, health, and safety, as well as costs and maintenance engages students with their real-world application.
  • Students are encouraged to develop their housing and interior design skills through community service projects and FCCLA activities and competitive events.
Workbook 978-1-63126-571-6 $24.00 $18.00
Organized to follow the textbook on a chapter-by-chapter basis, providing questions to help the student review the material presented in the chapter. This supplement is a consumable resource, designed with perforated pages so that a given chapter can be removed and turned in for grading or checking.
Instructor's Resource CD 978-1-63126-572-3 $260.00 $195.00 *
This Instructor's Resource CD contains the following items:
  • Instructor's Resources. Includes an introduction and overview of the teaching material, best practices and classroom strategies, assessment rubrics, and correlation to national standards in PDF format.
  • Chapter Resources. Material provided for each chapter of the text includes:
    • Answer Keys for textbook and workbook questions and activities in PDF format.
    • Lesson Plans in Microsoft Word (DOCX) format.
    • Reproducible Masters in PDF format.
System Requirements
Windows®:
Intel® Pentium® dual-core processor 2GHz or equivalent, Windows® 7/8/10, 2GB RAM, Internet Explorer®, allow active content, and Adobe® Reader® (free download).
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Macintosh®: Intel® processor 2GHz or equivalent, Mac OS® X v10.6 or higher, 2GB RAM, Safari®, allow active content, and Adobe® Reader® (free download).
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ExamView® Assessment Suite CD 1320 questions 978-1-63126-573-0 $244.00 $183.00 *
The ExamView® Assessment Suite allows you to quickly and easily create, administer, and score paper and online tests. The ExamView® Assessment Suite includes the ExamView® Test Generator, ExamView® Test Manager, and ExamView® Test Player. This product includes 28 test banks with a total of 1320 questions.

System Requirements
Windows®:
Windows® 7, 8, or 10 (32 or 64-bit); Intel® Pentium® dual-core processor 2GHz or higher (or equivalent); 2GB RAM; 500MB hard disk space; Monitor capable of displaying 1024 x 768 or higher resolution; Internet connection to access the Web publishing and content update features
Macintosh®: Mac OS® 10.9, 10.10, or 10.11; Intel® Processor 2GHz or higher; 32-bit and 64-bit Kernel and Extensions; 2GB RAM; 300MB hard disk space; Monitor capable of displaying 1024 x 768 or higher resolution; Internet connection to access the Web publishing and content update features
Instructor's Presentations for PowerPoint® CD, Individual License over 1800 slides 978-1-63126-574-7 $200.00 $150.00 *
Individual License. This product contains presentations in PowerPoint format for each of the 28 chapters, comprising over 1800 slides of instructional material.

The presentations are best viewed in PowerPoint 2003 or higher or in the PowerPoint Viewer. If viewed in earlier versions of PowerPoint, they may not display properly. Also provided is a link that allows download of the current version of PowerPoint Viewer. Internet connection required to access web links, streaming content, and free downloads.

System Requirements
Windows®:
Intel® Pentium® dual-core processor 2GHz or equivalent, Windows® 7/8/10, 2GB RAM, Internet Explorer®, allow active content, PowerPoint® Viewer (free download), and Adobe® Reader® (free download). Internet connection required to access web links, streaming content, and free downloads.

Macintosh®: Intel® processor 2GHz or equivalent, Mac OS® X v10.6 or higher, 256MB RAM, Safari®, allow active content, PowerPoint® Viewer (free download for Mac OS® 9.X), and Adobe® Reader® (free download). Internet connection required to access web links, streaming content, and free downloads.
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Previous Edition
Housing and Interior Design, 10th Edition
Table of Contents

Unit 1: Housing—Human Factors and Influences
1. The Human Need for Housing
2. Factors Influencing Housing
3. Decision Making and Housing Options
4. Sustainability and Housing
Unit 2: The Built Environment and Space Planning
5. Exterior Design Styles
6. Reading Architectural Plans
7. Space Planning and Functionality
8. Planning for Individual Spaces
9. Understanding Construction Basics
10. Interior Systems
11. Lighting Considerations
12. Selecting Appliances and Electronics
13. The Outdoor Living Environment
Unit 3: Fundamentals of Interior Design
14. Elements of Design
15. Color in Design
16. Principles of Design
Unit 4: The Process of Interior Design
17. The Process of Design
18. Design Communication
Unit 5: Interior Surfaces, Materials, and Furnishings
19. Textiles for Environments
20. Understanding Surface Materials
21. Furniture Styles and Window Treatments
22. Selection of Furnishings, Accessories, and Art
Unit 6: Housing Choices
23. Acquiring Housing
24. Home Safety and Security
25. Maintaining a Home
Unit 7: Careers in Housing and Interiors
26. Career Planning
27. Preparing for Career Success
28. Entrepreneurship for Housing and Interiors
Look Inside
Online Text, 1yr. Individual Subscription
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Front Matter (g-wonlinetextbooks.com, Interior Design / Housing)
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Chapter 1 (g-wonlinetextbooks.com, Interior Design / Housing)
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Chapter 4 (g-wonlinetextbooks.com, Interior Design / Housing)
Instructor's Presentations for PowerPoint® CD, Individual License
PPS
Chapter 1 (PPS, 1.34 MB)
PPS
Chapter 4 (PPS, 2.39 MB)
Companion Website
www.g-wlearning.com
View Site (www.g-wlearning.com, Housing and Interior Design)
Correlations
FCS National Standards Correlations
PDF
National Standards (PDF, 235 KB)
National Standards
Precision Exams
Pre-PAC Correlations
Texas
PDF
Interior Design (PDF, 371 KB)
Utah
 
Interior Design I, II
About the Author(s)

Evelyn L. Lewis, Ed.D. - Professor Emerita, taught 37 years in primary, secondary, and higher education. She developed curricula for the Arizona Department of Education and prepared training programs for Coconino County career education. Lewis also served Flagstaff's Habitat for Humanity as a volunteer.

Carolyn Turner Smith, Ph.D. - is Professor Emerita, Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, Greensboro. Currently, she serves as Adjunct Professor in Interior Design at High Point University, High Point, North Carolina, where she teaches a global issues course in international housing. Dr. Smith has taught housing and resource management at the college level, particularly for preparing students to teach courses in high school housing and interior design. Also, she has conducted research on housing for populations with special needs, residential energy efficiency, and renewable energy applications. Smith served on the board of directors as a national offi cer for the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (AAFCS). She is past president of the North Carolina Association of Family and Consumer Sciences and the national Housing Education and Research Association. Dr. Smith has served on the States Energy Advisory Board for the U. S. Department of Energy and on the Executive Advisory Board for the U. S. Department of Homeland Security. She serves on housing boards at the local, state, and national levels.