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Bathrooms

Objective 7.02. Bell Ringer . 11/4. Work with your table groups to brainstorm and make a list of at least 10 technological “gadgets” used in the . Kitchen and Bathroom. . . Be ready to share your ideas!.

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Bathrooms

Objective 7.02

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Bell Ringer 11/4

Work with your table groups to brainstorm and make a list of at least 10 technological “gadgets” used in the

Kitchen and Bathroom

.

Be ready to share your ideas!

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Video Clips

Plumbing

Dishwasher

Microwave

Cosmetics

Before you know it

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Discussion

What things did you see on the video that were not on your list?

Were there things they discussed in the video that you never thought of as “technology”? Explain.

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Activity #1

Part I (20 min)

Scenario: You signed up for the latest reality television show where you are brought to an unpopulated area to live for one year. A small house will be built for you to stay in for the year, and you have a choice in some of the design. You have a list of common household items that can go in your house, but

you can ONLY select three

. The items are a refrigerator, an oven, a microwave, a dishwasher, a washing machine, an air conditioner, a television, and an indoor toilet. Which items would you pick and why?

 Before you pick, consider these things about your location:

- It is very hot and humid all year round

- You are alone without access to other people

- There is a portable toilet already set up a half-mile from the house

- Clothes, sheets, dishes, and food will be supplied

 

IN NOTEBOOKS, Write down the items you would choose and

explain your reasons

. Pick a representative from your group to share your decisions with the class.

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Activity #2

Part II (25 min)

Now refer to your list from the Bell ringer again. Work with your table groups and use the classroom computers to find out when these items were invented. You may chose to make a “better” list after watching the video clip.

Create a timeline using these dates.

 

Timeline should include the following:

- Picture and date in correct order.

- Highlight in Yellow the items that have been invented since you were born.

- Highlight in Blue the items that were around when your parents or grandparents were young.

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Activity #3

Part III (15)

Now design YOUR OWN APPLICANCE of the FUTURE! It should do at least 3 tasks. Sketch a picture on the end (or back) of your timeline and label what it does.

 

TURN IN POSTER BEFORE YOU LEAVE TODAY!

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Bell Ringer 11/3

How many household gadgets do you have in your home today and what would you do without them?

Pick one item and reflect on the following in complete sentences:

1. How would your life have to change if you did not have this item?

2. How would living without this item make you feel?

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Objective

Apply the elements of a functional bathroom

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Outline/Vocab (on your course outline sheet)

A. Types

1

. Half-bath

2. Full

bath

3. 3⁄4

bath

4. Master bath

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Outline/Vocab (on your course outline sheet)

B. Components 1. Fixtures a. Sink (1) Wall-hung (2) Pedestal (3) Inset (4) Above-counter b. Toilet/Water closet c. Shower (1) Tub shower (2) Stall shower

d. Tub

(1) Free standing

(2) Enclosed

(3) Whirl pool

e. Cabinets/vanity

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Bath Types

Identified by the number of

basic

fixtures

included

Full

- Toilet, Sink, Shower, Tub

Three-Quarter

- Toilet, Sink, Shower

Half

- Toilet, Sink

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Bath Types: FULL

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Bath Types: 3/4

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Bath Types: 1/2

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Master Bath

Full bath that is part of the master bedroom areaOften borrows design elements from the adjoining master bedroom

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Bath Types: MASTER

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Guidelines

If a home has only one bathroom, it should be a full or three-quarter bath located off a main hallway.

If a home has more

than 1 bathroom, the most common arrangement is to locate at least one full bath in or near the sleeping area and a half-bath near the living area

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Bathroom Fixtures

Much of a

bathroom’s

décor is determined by the fixtures and cabinets chosen

Types of Fixtures:

Bathtubs

Showers

Toilets

(water closet

)

Sinks

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Bathtubs

Free StandingEnclosed: surrounded by three walls Whirl Pool

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Showers

Tub Shower

installing a shower head above the bathtub

Stall Shower

can be walked into

Compact stall shower is a good solution for a small bathroom

Best option for shower walls is tile, which needs to be kept in good condition or the walls will leak

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Bathroom Sinks

Also called wash-basins and

lavatories

Types of sinks

Wall-hung

Pedestal sink

Inset sink

Above-counter basin

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Bathroom Sinks

Wall-hung has open space beneath, which helps make a small bathroom seem roomier

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Bathroom Sinks

Pedestal sink supported by a freestanding base. Many pedestal sinks are artfully shaped, giving them a look of sculpture

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Bathroom Sinks

Inset sink set into a countertop (flushed with the countertop), the cabinet beneath provides storage

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Bathroom Sinks

Above-counter basin a decorative wash bowl set on the counter. The plumbing extends down through the counter

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Universal Designs for Bathrooms

What are UD ideas for a bathroom?

Wide doorways and extra floor space

Grab bars placed near toilets and tubs

Elevated toilet seat added to a standard toilet

Shower with a seat

Shower doors that retract and pivot for easy access

Hand-held shower head

Single-lever shower controls

Tiltable

mirror at the sink

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Universal Designs for Bathrooms

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Remaining Time

Project

DUE NOV 21st

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Bell Ringer 10/31

Copy and Answer the following in your notebooks:

1. Which type of sink is often artfully shaped, appearing as statuary?

A. Above Counter B. Inset

C. Pedestal D. Wall Hung

2. A ball and claw foot tub, typical of the Victorian era, sitting in the middle of the bathroom floor is an example of which type of tub?

A. Enclosed B. Freestanding

C. Walk In D. Whirlpool

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Videos…

Kitchen Video

http://www.diynetwork.com/diy-i-hate-my-kitchen/videos/

index.html

Bathroom Video

http://www.diynetwork.com/diy-i-hate-my-bath/videos/

index.html

Answer Questions on Worksheet and glue in notebooks

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REMAINING TIME…

Work on Projects

DUE 11/21!