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You will craft a well written essay that compares and contrasts Religious Archit

You will craft a well written essay that compares and contrasts Religious Architecture.
Compare and Contrast entire Religions and their Architectural trends, styles, and strategies. You can select two different religions and in your essay compare and contrast the way that the Architecture. facilitates different experiences or uses of spaces. For example, in Mosques, visitors to the building must remove their shoes and there is often a dedicated, more private space for that. This is not the case for Catholic worship spaces, but there might be a separate private space for confessionals.
If you get the information from the book “world architecture World by Richard Ingersol” would be great add pictures and it is 500 words minimum

Part 1: Rhetorical Precis (15%) Due Friday by 11:59pm Students are asked to subm

Part 1: Rhetorical Precis (15%) Due Friday by 11:59pm
Students are asked to submit an analytical response to the assigned readings. The
reading response should help students reflect on the related text by capturing and synthesizing key issues or
arguments as well as connections between the readings and their respective context and are not meant to be mere
summaries. In other words, these responses should serve as evidence of engaged critical reading and should help
the student to recall and share their analysis during weekly discussion.
The reading response is meant to be concise
and thoughtful and is not expected to be longer than one page. there are 4 readings and you should write a 1 page analytical response for each reading.
Part 2: Timeline (15%) Due Friday by 11:59pm
Throughout the semester, students are asked to develop a graphic timeline that examines and represents the
narrative of history. Students shall interpret and construct critical connections and intersections that are explored
within the framework of the course and found in their own research.
Students shall research (2) individual buildings, ideas, or events for each lecture topic and place them on the
timeline (along with a few key points such as title, year, place, designer, etc). The timeline is intended to develop
and evolve across the semester, with students discovering and plotting connections between buildings, ideas, and
events across history. Students are asked to submit timelines by 11:59pm on Friday evening. Submissions shall be
submitted each week through Moodle, in PDF format. Indesign, Powerpoint, or any other non-PDF files will not
be accepted and will result in the student receiving no credit for that submission.
For the final timeline submission, students are required to submit a full timeline that captures the arc of the course,
showing analytical thought and connections between moments in history. Students shall provide a one-page
synopsis which explains their timeline and the historical analysis they have developed. Timeline format is to be
determined by the student. This assignment is intended to be a graphic exercise. Structure and legibility are
required; Creativity is encouraged.
for this assignment you need to create a timeline for these 4 readings. pick 2 individual buildings from each reading and place on the timeline. this can be done on indesign or powerpoint presentation on a single slide

Project overview Write a paper/essay with 2,000 to 2,500 words about one or two

Project overview
Write a paper/essay with 2,000 to 2,500 words about one or two architectural styles discussed in class.
Expectations
The student must pick one architectural style or architectural building and be able to:
• Discuss and analyze architectural elements, style, history, and essential facts.
• If two styles are chosen, you need to compare both of them.
• Synthesize information.
• Document architectural development for a better understanding.
• Demonstrate college-level writing skills.
Requirements
• Create an architectural presentation about a historical style or building to discuss.
• Do not include pictures or any visuals; only text is allowed.
• It is essential to include what kind of influence you see on those pictures you can bring as design
concepts, arguments, or comparisons to current or future projects.
• Must have a minimum of 2000 words. Two thousand words is four pages single-spaced or eight
pages double-spaced.

Part 1: Rhetorical Precis (15%) Due Friday by 11:59pm Students are asked to subm

Part 1: Rhetorical Precis (15%) Due Friday by 11:59pm
Students are asked to submit an analytical response to the assigned readings. The
reading response should help students reflect on the related text by capturing and synthesizing key issues or
arguments as well as connections between the readings and their respective context and are not meant to be mere
summaries. In other words, these responses should serve as evidence of engaged critical reading and should help
the student to recall and share their analysis during weekly discussion.
The reading response is meant to be concise
and thoughtful and is not expected to be longer than one page. there are 4 readings and you should write a 1 page analytical response for each reading.
Part 2: Timeline (15%) Due Friday by 11:59pm
Throughout the semester, students are asked to develop a graphic timeline that examines and represents the
narrative of history. Students shall interpret and construct critical connections and intersections that are explored
within the framework of the course and found in their own research.
Students shall research (2) individual buildings, ideas, or events for each lecture topic and place them on the
timeline (along with a few key points such as title, year, place, designer, etc). The timeline is intended to develop
and evolve across the semester, with students discovering and plotting connections between buildings, ideas, and
events across history. Students are asked to submit timelines by 11:59pm on Friday evening. Submissions shall be
submitted each week through Moodle, in PDF format. Indesign, Powerpoint, or any other non-PDF files will not
be accepted and will result in the student receiving no credit for that submission.
For the final timeline submission, students are required to submit a full timeline that captures the arc of the course,
showing analytical thought and connections between moments in history. Students shall provide a one-page
synopsis which explains their timeline and the historical analysis they have developed. Timeline format is to be
determined by the student. This assignment is intended to be a graphic exercise. Structure and legibility are
required; Creativity is encouraged.
for this assignment you need to create a timeline for these 4 readings. pick 2 individual buildings from each reading and place on the timeline. this can be done on indesign or powerpoint presentation on a single slide

Part 1: Rhetorical Precis (15%) Due Friday by 11:59pm Students are asked to subm

Part 1: Rhetorical Precis (15%) Due Friday by 11:59pm
Students are asked to submit an analytical response to the assigned readings. The
reading response should help students reflect on the related text by capturing and synthesizing key issues or
arguments as well as connections between the readings and their respective context and are not meant to be mere
summaries. In other words, these responses should serve as evidence of engaged critical reading and should help
the student to recall and share their analysis during weekly discussion.
The reading response is meant to be concise
and thoughtful and is not expected to be longer than one page. there are 4 readings and you should write a 1 page analytical response for each reading.
Part 2: Timeline (15%) Due Friday by 11:59pm
Throughout the semester, students are asked to develop a graphic timeline that examines and represents the
narrative of history. Students shall interpret and construct critical connections and intersections that are explored
within the framework of the course and found in their own research.
Students shall research (2) individual buildings, ideas, or events for each lecture topic and place them on the
timeline (along with a few key points such as title, year, place, designer, etc). The timeline is intended to develop
and evolve across the semester, with students discovering and plotting connections between buildings, ideas, and
events across history. Students are asked to submit timelines by 11:59pm on Friday evening. Submissions shall be
submitted each week through Moodle, in PDF format. Indesign, Powerpoint, or any other non-PDF files will not
be accepted and will result in the student receiving no credit for that submission.
For the final timeline submission, students are required to submit a full timeline that captures the arc of the course,
showing analytical thought and connections between moments in history. Students shall provide a one-page
synopsis which explains their timeline and the historical analysis they have developed. Timeline format is to be
determined by the student. This assignment is intended to be a graphic exercise. Structure and legibility are
required; Creativity is encouraged.
for this assignment you need to create a timeline for these 4 readings. pick 2 individual buildings from each reading and place on the timeline. this can be done on indesign or powerpoint presentation on a single slide

Part 1: Rhetorical Precis (15%) Due Friday by 11:59pm Students are asked to subm

Part 1: Rhetorical Precis (15%) Due Friday by 11:59pm
Students are asked to submit an analytical response to the assigned readings. The
reading response should help students reflect on the related text by capturing and synthesizing key issues or
arguments as well as connections between the readings and their respective context and are not meant to be mere
summaries. In other words, these responses should serve as evidence of engaged critical reading and should help
the student to recall and share their analysis during weekly discussion.
The reading response is meant to be concise
and thoughtful and is not expected to be longer than one page. there are 4 readings and you should write a 1 page analytical response for each reading.
Part 2: Timeline (15%) Due Friday by 11:59pm
Throughout the semester, students are asked to develop a graphic timeline that examines and represents the
narrative of history. Students shall interpret and construct critical connections and intersections that are explored
within the framework of the course and found in their own research.
Students shall research (2) individual buildings, ideas, or events for each lecture topic and place them on the
timeline (along with a few key points such as title, year, place, designer, etc). The timeline is intended to develop
and evolve across the semester, with students discovering and plotting connections between buildings, ideas, and
events across history. Students are asked to submit timelines by 11:59pm on Friday evening. Submissions shall be
submitted each week through Moodle, in PDF format. Indesign, Powerpoint, or any other non-PDF files will not
be accepted and will result in the student receiving no credit for that submission.
For the final timeline submission, students are required to submit a full timeline that captures the arc of the course,
showing analytical thought and connections between moments in history. Students shall provide a one-page
synopsis which explains their timeline and the historical analysis they have developed. Timeline format is to be
determined by the student. This assignment is intended to be a graphic exercise. Structure and legibility are
required; Creativity is encouraged.
for this assignment you need to create a timeline for these 4 readings. pick 2 individual buildings from each reading and place on the timeline. this can be done on indesign or powerpoint presentation on a single slide

MINI-RESEARCH PAPER For this assignment you are to research a place of worship,

MINI-RESEARCH PAPER
For this assignment you are to research a place of worship, or a sacred space or work of
architecture, for any religion in any of the styles from the textbook or any topic discussed in
class. You must turn in an 800-word (minimum) paper with MLA formatting and all sources
properly cited. The site, space, or building must have been used for a particular social
gathering or purpose and can be a structure built between 2500 BCE to the 17th c. (1600s).
Your first paragraph should explain why you chose this particular structure.
Your second paragraph should describe the exterior in detail, especially any decoration and
particular architectural details.
Your third paragraph should describe the floor-plan – the general shape of it, aisles, altar, etc.
Your fourth paragraph should describe the interior in detail, especially any decoration and
particular architectural details.
Your fifth paragraph should be the conclusion. In this paragraph explain anything that you
would change in the building to make it more appropriate or innovative (but remember, no
electricity!) for the time-period.
You should use a minimum of four sources with at least three being internet sources or
databases. I suggest that you use some of the databases available on the Brookhaven College
library web site. Wikipedia or Google are not acceptable sources!
Your topic needs to be approved by your instructor ahead of time. The paper must also be
submitted to the Safe Assign link in the unit.
Theses can not be used
Borgund Stave Church, Norway – TL
Chaco Canyon, New Mexico – RB
Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris – AM
Church of San Vitale, Ravenna – AG
The Blue Mosque (Sultan Ahmed Mosque), Istanbul- SA
Angkor Wa, Cambodia – KC
The Colosseum, Rome – TB
Dome of the Rock, Jerusalem – RO
Aali Qapu Palace, Isfahan – DN
Chartres Cathedral, Chartres, France – TC
The Pyramid of Giza, Egypt – DN
The Church of The Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem – HDQ
The Church of Santa Costanza, Rome – CL
The Kaaba, Mecca – HA
The Great Mosque of Córdoba, Spain – VFP
St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican City – MG

Essay, 1500 Words Topic: Whole life cost implications of Green Retrofit Building

Essay, 1500 Words
Topic: Whole life cost implications of Green Retrofit Buildings
Whole-life cost is the total expense of owning an asset over its entire life, from purchase to disposal, as determined by financial analysis. Therefore, this assessment asks to investigate the cost components of Green Retrofit Buildings and identify the main factors influencing its life-cycle cost.
Through exploring the critical cost implications, find out how these factors would impact the decision-making and consider how to contribute to a more cost-effective and sustainable construction project.
Base the information off the case study PDF provided.
1. Introduction
2. Major cost components in a building’s life cycle
3. Cost implications and their impact for decision making (in relation to Green Retrofit Buildings)
4. Conclusion
5. Harvard References
Marking Guideline: please see attachenments

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