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1 Portfolio Information Practicum in Architectural Design Lesson Plan Performance Objective Upon completion of this assignment, the student will be able to create a portfolio to document personal knowledge and skills related to a career in architectural design. Specific Objectives Students will identify uses for a portfolio. Students will create a professional portfolio. Students will identify the benefits of creating and maintaining a portfolio. Students will identify a personal goal/purpose for a portfolio. Students will determine the various types of architectural design projects/content and various multimedia techniques to include in the portfolio based on personal goal. Student will create an organized system for setting up the portfolio by sorting documents into specific categories. Students will set up a process for maintaining and adding content to the portfolio. Terms Portfolio a collection of records showcasing your accomplishments and attributes. Electronic Portfolio multimedia portfolios, electronic portfolios, e-folios, and web folios contain much of the content traditional portfolios include but present these materials in digital format. Master Portfolio a complete record of all of the essentials of your background that could be useful in a job search; anything you might need to manage your career. Employment Portfolio a portion of the documents from your master portfolio, selected, and arranged for a specific job being sought. Letter of Recommendation a letter in which a writer (usually a person in a supervisory role) evaluates the skills, work habits, and achievements of an individual applying for a job, admission to graduate school, or some other professional position. Time This lesson should take five class days to complete. Preparation TEKS Correlations This lesson, as published, correlates to the TEKS listed immediately below. Any changes/alterations to the activities may result in the elimination of any or all of the TEKS listed. 1

2 Practicum in Architectural Design (c) Knowledge and skills. o (5) The student designs multimedia communication and animation products using appropriate architectural design processes and techniques. The student is expected to: (B) Maintain a project portfolio that documents architectural projects using a variety of multimedia techniques. o (11) The student demonstrates ethical and legal practices for careers in the architectural-related workplaces. The student is expected to: (G) Maintain a project portfolio that documents experience by using graphic or written documentation of architectural-related projects and a professional resume that should include select educational and work history; professional references; appropriate letters of recommendation; record of work experiences, licenses, and certifications; receipt of licenses, certifications, and credentialing; and completion of education and training. Interdisciplinary Correlations English Language Arts and Reading (c) Knowledge and skills. o (21) Research/Gathering Sources. Students determine, locate, and explore the full range of relevant sources addressing a research question and systematically record the information they gather. Students are expected to: (B) Organize information gathered from multiple sources to create a variety of graphics and forms. o (22) Research/Synthesizing Information. Students clarify research questions and evaluate and synthesize collected information. Students are expected to: (B) Evaluate the relevance of information to the topic and determine the reliability, validity, and accuracy of sources (including Internet sources) by examining their authority and objectivity. o (23) Research/Organizing and Presenting Ideas. Students organize and present their ideas and information according to the purpose of the research and their audience. Students are expected to synthesize the research into a written or an oral presentation that: (C) Use graphics and illustrations to help explain concepts where appropriate; and (D) Use a variety of evaluative tools (e.g., self-made rubrics, peer reviews, teacher and expert evaluations) to examine the quality of the research. Reading I, II, III (b) Knowledge and skills. o (2) The student acquires an extensive vocabulary through reading and systematic word study. The student is expected to: 2

3 (A) Expand vocabulary by reading, viewing, listening, and discussing; and (B) Determine word meanings through the study of their relationships to other words and concepts such as content, synonyms, antonyms, and analogies. o (4) The student comprehends texts using effective strategies. The student is expected to: (D) Summarize main texts by identifying main ideas and relevant details. o (7) The student reads with fluency and understanding in increasingly demanding and varied texts. The student is expected to: (A) Read silently or orally such as paired reading or literature circles for sustained periods of time. Public Speaking I, II, III (b) Knowledge and skills. o (4) Organization. The student organizes speeches. The student is expected to: (B) Organize speeches effectively for specific topics, purposes, audiences, and occasions. o (5) Proofs and appeals. The student uses valid proofs and appeals in speeches. The student is expected to: (A) Analyze the implications of the audience, occasion, topic, and purpose as a basis for choosing proofs and appeals for speeches. o (6) Style. The student develops skills in using oral language in public speeches. The student is expected to: (D) Use informal, standard, and technical language appropriately. o (7) Delivery. The student uses appropriate strategies for rehearsing and presenting speeches. The student is expected to: (E) Interact with audiences appropriately. Technology Applications (c) Knowledge and skills. o (1) Creativity and innovation. The student demonstrates creative thinking, constructs knowledge, and develops innovative products and processes using technology. The student is expected to: (H) Identify and solve problems, individually and with input from peers and professionals, using research methods and advanced creativity and innovation skills used in a selected profession or discipline; (I) Develop products that meet standards identified by the selected profession or discipline; and (J) Produce original work to solve an identified problem and publish a product in electronic media and print. o (2) Communication and collaboration. The student uses digital media and environments to communicate and work collaboratively, including at a distance, to support individual learning and contribute to the learning experience of others. The student is expected to: 3

4 (C) Determine and implement the best method of presenting or publishing findings; (D) Synthesize and publish information in a variety of print or digital formats; and (E) Use evolving network and Internet resources and appropriate technology skills to create, exchange, and publish information. o (3) Research and information fluency. The student applies digital tools to gather, evaluate, and use information. The student is expected to: (A) Use evolving network and Internet resources for research and resource sharing of technology applications; (B) Apply appropriate search strategies in the acquisition of information from the Internet, including keyword and Boolean search strategies; (D) Acquire information using appropriate research strategies with source citations through electronic formats, including interactive components, text, audio, video, graphics, and simulations; and (E) Identify, create, and use available file formats, including text, image, video, and audio files. (4) Critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making. The student uses criticalthinking skills to plan and conduct research, manage projects, solve problems, and make informed decisions using appropriate digital tools and resources. The student is expected to: (A) Evaluate the design, functionality, and accuracy of the accessed information. (B) Conduct systematic research; (C) Demonstrate creative-thinking and problem-solving skills; (D) Integrate appropriate productivity tools, including network, mobile access, and multimedia tools, in the creation of solutions to problems; (E) Use enriched curricular content in the creation of products; and (F) Synthesize and generate new information from data gathered from electronic resources. Occupational Correlation (O*Net Job Title: Architects, Except Landscape and Naval O*Net Number: Reported Job Titles: Architect; Architectural Project Manager; Design Architect; Principal Architect; Principal, Architectural Firm; Project Architect; Senior Architect/Design Manager; Senior Architectural Designer; Senior Planner; Specifications Writer Tasks Prepare scale drawings or architectural designs, using computer-aided design or other tools. See more occupations related to this task. Plan or design structures such as residences, office buildings, theatres, factories, or other structural properties in accordance with environmental, safety, or other regulations. 4

5 Skills Direct activities of technicians engaged in preparing drawings or specification documents. See more occupations related to this task. Prepare contract documents for building contractors. See more occupations related to this task. Prepare information regarding design, structure specifications, materials, color, equipment, estimated costs, or construction time. Critical Thinking Speaking Active Listening Complex Problem Solving Judgment and Decision Making Student Tasks Students will create a professional professional portfolio. Students will organize architectural design projects, content, and multimedia techniques to include in portfolio. Accommodations for Learning Differences It is important that lessons accommodate the needs of every learner. These lessons may be modified to accommodate your students with learning differences by referring to the files found on the Special Populations page of this website (cte.unt.edu). Preparation Secure the computer lab if you do not have immediate access to one in your classroom. Copy the handout sheets and rubric for the students. Instructional Aids Student handouts Grading rubric Internet Materials Needed Sample Portfolios Glue, paper, pens Camera or phone with camera Flash drive Equipment Needed Computers (for students to complete project) Projector (for digital presentation) Printer Scanner to scan pictures or materials brought to class 5

6 Introduction Learner Preparation Ask students what a portfolio is. Ask students if they have seen a portfolio. What did they think about the portfolio they saw? Show the students samples of digital and hard copy portfolios. Lesson Introduction Find a video on the Internet about architectural design portfolios or samples to show as an introduction to the lesson. Explain that a portfolio is a collection of your best or most memorable pieces of work or projects. It is like a professional scrapbook. Explain that they are used in schools and the job market to help as a marketing tool to showcase skills for a specific program or position. Use multimedia presentation and explain the concept of resumes and portfolios. Outline MI OUTLINE INSTRUCTOR NOTES Assignment Outline: Copy the I. Introduction to Portfolios: a. Class Discussion b. Show samples of hard copy portfolios and digital portfolios handouts and grading rubric and make into a packet. II. Notes on Introduction to Portfolios: a. What is a portfolio b. Benefits of a portfolio c. Portfolios and goals d. Types of portfolios e. Three portfolio approaches f. Using portfolios in the job search g. Portfolio design h. Seven section portfolio model 1. Personal information 2. Personal goals and history 3. Values 4. Accomplishments and job history 5. Skills and attributes 6. Education and training 7. Testimonials and recommendations Secure a computer lab. Ask students: What is a portfolio? Hand out Student Notes Outline. Have students fill out the chart during your presentation. 6

7 III. i. Displaying your portfolio j. Electronic portfolios 1. Dos 2. Don ts Interior Design Portfolio: a. Directions b. Grading 1. Body of Work 2. Creativity 3.Samples in each section 4. Portfolio Planning 5. Grammar and Mechanics c. Project must have: Title page with name, mailing address, , and telephone number Cover pages for each section of your portfolio Creativity and consistency Titles and descriptions on each page or slide Pictures should be in color Table of contents Personal Information Goal/Career objective Accomplishments and job history Skills and attributes Education and training Evaluations and recommendations Discuss how schools and industry use portfolios. Discuss your own personal portfolio from school and show the example. Go over all the criteria in the assignment Architectural Design Portfolio and check for understanding. Explain to the class that they will be able to use the portfolios for their future in school or work. ***Hand out the Portfolio Guidelines Complete handouts to help plan portfolio. Have students create a professional portfolio. Go over all the criteria in the assignment and check for understanding. 7

8 Multiple Intelligences Guide Existentialist Interpersonal Intrapersonal Kinesthetic/ Bodily Logical/ Mathematical Musical/ Rhythmic Naturalist Verbal/Linguistic Visual/Spatial Application Guided Practice Using the digital presentation, the teacher will go over the requirements of this project. The student will follow along and make notes on their hard copy. Students will create a professional portfolio showcasing architectural design skills. Ask students to map out their plan using an Architectural Design Portfolio Planning form. Give some ideas and show samples of portfolios to give the students an idea of what to do for their project. Independent Practice Students will work at their own paces to complete this activity. Students are strongly encouraged to take ownership of this activity and to establish a workable pace in order to complete it on time. Summary Review Why should you create a portfolio? Why would it be important to take a portfolio to an interview? What are five important things you should include in a portfolio? Informal Assessment Evaluation Instructor will observe students during Guided and Independent Practice. Instructor will assist students as needed. Formal Assessment Use the Architectural Design Portfolio Rubric to evaluate. 8

9 Introduction to Portfolios I. What Is a? A of records showcasing your and attributes A demonstration of your knowledge,, and preferences A way to document and understand your A tool to convince an employer to hire you II. III. of a Portfolio A. A portfolio can... your skills and experience to employers. a more thorough picture of you than a resume can. Help your career progress. Help build your. Demonstrate your and professional growth. Creating a portfolio forces you to define your. Keeping your portfolio up to date is one way to measure your toward those goals. IV. : A complete record of all of the essentials of your background that could be useful in a job search. Anything you might need to manage your career. Portfolio: A portion of the documents from your master portfolio, selected and arranged for a specific job being sought. V. Three Portfolio Approaches o : For those with extensive work history. Includes many examples of career accomplishments. o : For those with limited work history. Emphasizes academic achievements, community involvement, and personal attributes. 9

10 o : Blends elements of the other two types. VI. Using Portfolios in the o For tracking progress o To fill out o To help in writing and cover letters o In o To help answer questions o To make a on an employer o To emphasize skills, abilities, and 10

11 Portfolio Design I. Getting Started Define your 3. a strategy 4. Define your II. Seven Section Portfolio Model A common way to a portfolio is by including these. Personal and History Accomplishments and Skills and and Training Testimonials and A. Personal Information This information can be used when for jobs or filling out forms. This section might include: Birth Certificate Social Security Noncitizen status Test or results B. Values Values define what your want and from your and motivate your behaviors. This section might include: A expressing your values of public or community 11

12 involvement Charitable or C. Personal Goals and Describes your and objectives. This section might include: A detailed A for past and future A personal D. and Job History Highlights work and job-related accomplishments. This section might include: Complete work history Performance Charts, graphs,, or brochures as of your accomplishments E. Skills and Documents that show your in use or verify that you have those skills and attributes. This section might include: evaluations Customer comment cards Examples or F. and Training Your complete education and training. This section might include: descriptions Copies of Certificates of Professional certifications Lists of and awards G. Evaluations and Any that you have received in your career so far. This section might include: 12

13 Letters of and awards received III. your portfolio Make it look Use documents when possible Use separators to sections Include graphs, pictures,, and any other when possible Use a nice looking Handle it carefully and IV. Electronic Portfolios Can be put on a or a flash drive or posted on a Makes long distance and job application easier that original documents stay safe to update V. Electronic Dos and Don ts Do Include, video, or other visual elements frequently Include information Keep it and compact Don t Say that you are looking for Put your on your website Include too much 13

14 Architectural Design Portfolio The architectural design portfolio will be used to present student work in an organized and professional manner. This portfolio will help you with presentation skills. This portfolio will be updated frequently throughout the course and then turned in at the end of the year. You can choose to do an electronic or paper portfolio. Be creative! This is about your work in architectural design. Guidelines to create a successful portfolio Some guidelines for a successful and professional portfolio should include: Title page with name, mailing address, , and telephone number Cover Pages for each section of your portfolio Creativity and consistency Titles and descriptions on each page or slide Pictures should be in color Table of Contents Personal Information Goal/Career objective Accomplishments and Job history Skills and attributes Education and Training Evaluations and Recommendations This is a design portfolio and you should consider how you want to showcase your architectural design knowledge and skills. These are some things to think about when selecting samples for your portfolio. Select samples of your best work. Use quality photographs in your portfolio. Include a variety of samples to show your versatility. Use neutral backgrounds. 14

15 Architectural Design Portfolio Planning Form Type of Portfolio Electronic Paper Getting Started How do you want your portfolio to look? How will this portfolio showcase you and your strengths in design? Sketch the layout for your slides or papers. Include pictures, samples, titles, and descriptions for each page. Introduction: Dividers: 15

16 Content Pages: Personal Information Picture Interests Activities Words to describe you Learning styles Personality traits 16

17 Goal/Career Objective What do you plan to do after high school? What is your career plan? Work experience Accomplishments and Job History Awards Certificates 17

18 Skills and Attributes Skills Samples of work

19 Education and Training Schools attended Internships Classes that help with career goals Transcripts Intern Evaluations Evaluations and Recommendations Letters of Recommendation (who)

20 Architectural Design Portfolio Rubric Name: Teacher: Criteria Points Body of Work The portfolio is an accurate and comprehensive representation of the student's body of work. The portfolio is an acceptable reflection of the student's body of work but needs development. The portfolio is a poor reflection of the student's body of work in the program. The student's portfolio is incomplete. Creativity The student's portfolio design reflects an exceptional degree of student creativity in organization and/or final product. The student's portfolio design reflects an acceptable degree of creativity in organization and/or final product. The student's portfolio design lacks creativity in organization and/or final product.. The student's portfolio design does not meet expectations. Grammar and Mechanics Student s presentation had four or more spelling errors and/or grammatical errors. Presentation had three misspellings and/or grammatical errors. Presentation had no more than two misspellings and/or grammatical errors. Presentation had no misspellings or grammatical errors. Portfolio Planning Student fully participated in the portfolio planning process. All elements/documents are of exceptional quality. Samples are in the appropriate place. Student participated in the portfolio planning process. One or two of the planning elements/documents were not created. Most of the samples are appropriate for content. Student minimally participated in the portfolio planning process. Three or more of the planning elements/documents were not created. More than half of the samples were not appropriately placed. Student did not participate in the portfolio planning process. Few files were in the appropriate place. Total Teacher Comments: 20

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