Third Grade ◆ Lesson Eight
Learn to analyze and critique their own ideas English/Language Arts
Meaning and communication
Ideas in action
Inquiry and research Social Studies
Public discourse and decision making Science
Construct new scientific and personal knowledge Visual Arts
Analyzing in context
GRAdE LEVEL CONTENT EXPECTATIONS
Please see the applicable Grade Level Content Expectations (GLCEs) at the beginning of the Third Grade chapter.
Design is accomplished by composing the physical characteristics of size, shape, texture, proportion, scale, mass and color.
Order is the arrangement and organization of elements to help solve visual and functional problems.
Form follows function is a design approach where the form of the building is determined by the function of its spaces and its parts.
Symbolism is an important means of visual communication for architecture.
Visual thinking is a key to awareness of the built environment.
Social structure, culture and the built environment have a direct influence on one another.
The creative process is basic to design.