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FACTORS BEHIND Choosing a Place to live. Objective 1.02. Bell Ringer 8/29. PLACE COLLAGE IN FOLDER AND PLACE BOTH IN YOUR CLASS’ TRAY PICK UP YOUR NOTEBOOK Copy and Answer the following questions in your notebook:

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bell ringer 8 29
Bell Ringer 8/29

PLACE COLLAGE IN FOLDER AND PLACE BOTH IN YOUR CLASS’ TRAY

PICK UP YOUR NOTEBOOK

Copy and Answer the following questions in your notebook:

1. Lydia wants to paint her living room a different color. What need does this repainting her room satisfy?

a. creativity

b. leisure

c. privacy

d. values

2. Elizabeth and John, an engaged couple, are drawing plans for an addition to John’s house. Elizabeth is divorced with 2 daughters. John is a widower with 2 sons. What kind of living unit does this family represent?

a. nuclear

b. extended

c. blended

d. single-parent

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Bell Ringer 8/29

Watch Video…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RlpPsQaH2GQ

What area of Maslow’s Pyramid does little Heaven fall into? Listen to what she says to at the end of the interview… Respond in your notebooks…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rozs-cGOUtY

objective
Objective
  • 1.02 Summarize factors to consider when choosing a place to live.
outline vocab on your course outline sheet
Outline/Vocab (on your course outline sheet)

A. Traditional/cultural

B. Societal

C. Economic

D. Environmental

E. Technological

F. Governmental

1. Housing Urban Development (HUD)

2. Federal Housing Administration (FHA)

3. Building codes

4. Zoning regulations

5. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

6. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC)

7. American Disabilities Act(ADA)

tradition cultural
Tradition/Cultural
  • Beliefs, social customs, and traits of a group of people
  • Throughout history, houses have been strong indicators of culture!
    • Example: Navajo “Hogan”

Door had religious significance

(East for spirit guardians)

Still that way today!

activity 1
Activity #1
  • Cultural Influences on Housing – Japan
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLZ0vSE8m34
  • How are their houses different from yours?
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=StZqd1SwRhs
tradition cultural1
Tradition/Cultural
  • Japanese Culture and Housing
society
Society
  • Household size
    • 1790- 3 to 7
    • 1900- 2 to 5
    • 1990- 1 to 2
  • Household Composition
    • Type of living unit
  • Older population
  • People with Disabilities
society1
Society
  • Affordable Housing
    • Family income increases ≠ cost of housing
  • Changing Roles
    • Dual-income families- BOTH spouses are employed
  • Leisure Time
    • Maintenance, activities, exercise equipment
  • A Mobile Society
    • Average living unit moves 13 times!
economic
Economic
  • The economy affects and is affected by the production of houses
    • Employment goes up and down in relation to the condition of the housing industry
    • Mortgage interest rates
    • Unemployment
    • Cost of living
  • The housing market is the transfer of dwellings from the producers to the consumers
  • The cost of housing has TRIPLED since 1978!
environment
Environment
  • The environment is the total of all conditions, objects, places, and people that are around you.
    • Natural Environment- land, water, trees, solar energy, climate, topography
environment1
Environment
  • Constructed Environment- natural env. has been changed by human effort
  • Behavioral Environment- found wherever people interact
    • A setting for the family unit
    • Includes human qualities and feelings
    • Positive or negative
technological
Technological
  • Technology is a scientific method of achieving a particular purpose.
    • Early- tools and materials to manipulate resources
    • Industrialization- factory made items, climate control
    • High-tech Era- energy efficient, AV equip, computers
      • CADD- computer-aided drafting and design
activity 2
Activity #2
  • Worksheets…
activity 3
Activity #3
  • Please complete 1.01 and 1.02 on Course Outline
    • Write on outline with Pen!
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Bell Ringer 9/2

GET NOTEBOOKS…

Answer the following question in your notebooks. Please write at least 2-3 sentences:

What 2 factors most likely had the most impact on YOUR housing selection? Why?

Recall the factors: Traditional/Cultural, Societal, Economic, Environmental, Technological

objective1
Objective
  • 1.02 Summarize factors to consider when choosing a place to live.
governmental
Governmental
  • Government at all levels influences housing (federal, state, local)
  • Legislation- began during colonial times!
    • 1649- houses built of brick or stone to prevent fires
    • 1900’s- laws to control land use, prevent overcrowding, and encourage beautification
    • Today:
      • Housing Standards- quality
      • Building Codes- materials and methods
      • Zoning Regulations- controls land use
governmental1
Governmental
  • Funding
    • Buying/selling mortgages
    • Loans
    • Ensures affordable housing
      • Rent supplements
    • Supports organizations for the homeless
      • 3 million (or more) homeless in the US!
  • Environmental Protection
    • Agencies responsible for both natural and constructed environments
activities
Activities
  • Textbook Activity (15 min):
    • Read pages 40-52 in the “Homes and Interiors” Textbook and answer the questions on the worksheet.
  • Research Activity (30 min):
    • Using the computers, complete the “Housing and Government” Sheet
      • Table 1 HUD, FHA
      • Table 2 Building Codes
      • Table 3 Zoning Regulations
      • Table 4 EPA
      • Table 5 CPSC/ADA
  • Both activities should be glued into notebooks.
activities1
Activities
  • Research Activity (25 min):
    • Using the computers, complete the “Housing and Government” Sheet
  • Textbook Activity (25 min):
    • Read pages 40-52 in the “Homes and Interiors” Textbook and answer the questions on the worksheet.
  • Both activities should be glued into notebooks.

Group A will begin with the first activity and the groups will switch after 35 minutes.

Group A- Tables 3, 4, & 5 Group B- Tables 1 & 2

quiz 1
QUIZ #1
  • Quiz #1 will be on FRIDAY
  • Let’s look at the study guide
  • 1.01, 1.02, 1.03