Floor Plan Development Week Three - June


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Week Three Assignments
Agree to terms to continue.
Agree to terms to continue. Your assignments for Week Three include: 1. Read following sections from your course workbook: FEATURE AND PRESENTATION AREAS • Entrances and Exits • Security and Safety • Floor Plan Legend 2. Complete Week Three Exercise One 3. Complete Week Three Exercise Two 4. Complete Week Three Exercise Three (ASSIGNMENT) 5. Pass Week Three Quiz
Week Three Exercise One
Make 2 discussion posts to continue.
Make 2 discussion posts to continue. What's Wrong with This Picture? Using the floor plan located in your HANDOUTS section, discuss what changes you might make to it in order to make the plan more user-friendly to visitors. See floor plan - Anaheim CC Hall A **Answer the exercise first and then respond back to another student's post.
Week Three Exercise Two
Make 2 discussion posts to continue.
Make 2 discussion posts to continue. Critique a Floor Plan Using the floor plan located in your HANDOUTS section, critique the plan noting aspects that you think are creative as well as any elements that you think may be problematic. See floor plan **Answer the exercise first and then respond back to another student's post.
Week Three Exercise Three - ASSIGNMENT
Graded as Pass/Fail | Due Date: 07/05/2021
Graded as Pass/Fail | Due Date: 07/05/2021 Booth/Stand Numbering There are several different ways to number booths however; the most frequently used method is the street-style format. The street-style format uses even numbers on one side of the aisle and odd numbers on the other side of the aisle. Using the blank floor plan located in your HANDOUTS section, number the floor plan "street-style" starting on the left. Upload floor plan.
Week Three Quiz
5 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  50/50 points to pass
5 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  50/50 points to pass You must make a 100% on the quiz in order to move on to the next week. You may take the quiz as many times as needed to pass.