Interior Design I

As presented in the course blueprint, students are preparing for interior design careers by understanding the value of interior design to society (1.00), design language (2.00), schematic design (3.00), and the aspects of well-designed interiors (4.00) are covered. Aligned to the course standards and for each objective, this guide contains essential questions, unpacked objectives, and instructional activities. To equip students with interior design technical knowledge and skills, while reinforcing the core areas of English/Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, the instructional activities include: 

  • Suggested activities, that apply Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy, work-based learning experiences, and project-based learning methodologies  
  • Text and website resources for teachers to explore and determine appropriate classroom applications  
  • Aligned programs from the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA), the Family and Consumer Sciences Education career and technical student organization 
  • Key terms that may facilitate student’s acquisition of the learning objectives and standards  
  • Instructional Support Materials, that may be used and/or edited by teachers for use in their lesson planning  

Interior Design I Pacing Guide