House Styles Project Part 1: On your own fill in the chart. Write your answer in a different color. Turn it in on Edmodo when you are finished. Copy and paste the URL link to the website where you found your information in that box. (See example) House Style Feature What are the characteristics What is of this feature? it used for? EXAMPLE Horizontal and vertical lines (http://matticelhs.weebly.com) Is this commonly used on a specific American House Style? If so which one? Picture of this style from off the Internet. Make sure to copy the URL Shows None strength in a house (http://matticelhs.weebly.com) A-Frame Atrium Dentil Dormer Window Fanlight Gable Roof Gambrel Roof Garrison Roof Gingerbread Half-barrel Tiles Hipped Roof Pediment Portico Quoins Sidelight Shutters Turret Witches Hat Roof Design Porches Patio Part 2: We will be creating a book of all different house styles. You and your partner will need to research and put together your section of the book. Each house style should be 2 pages, one page with information and the second page with pictures (minimum of 5 pictures). You will also need to create a citations page of where you gathered your information from and where the pictures were from. Google is not a source, you need to cite the actual webpage. The citations page is separate from the pages for the book. Information needed: -What year(s) was the house style popular -What are the characteristics of the house style - Where is the house style commonly found (either a state, area, country, etc) The section of your book can either be created on the computer in a Powerpoint or Word doc. or you can print out your information and paste it on color paper. Any pictures that need to be printed please put in some document and post to Edmodo so I can print them on Dec. 7 when I return. The project is due Dec. 8 at the end of class. You will have the entire class period to finish pasting your pictures and then we will put the book together. I have posted your groups and the house styles you have been assigned on the class website.