These responses/reflections (one-two page) are not simply summaries of the articles or lectures but include each studentâ€™s own perspective, what was unique or valuable, and concerns the student might have with the application in practice. Late submissions will receive a 10% deduction each day they are late.
Demonstrate careful reading, synthesize what you learned,
and apply those lessons to a relevant, everyday experience.
The best responses have personal stories tied to the
1. Marcus, C. (1974). “House as Symbol of Self,” in Lang, Jon, ed., Designing for human behavior: architecture and the behavioral sciences, Stroudsburg, PA: Dowden, Hutchinson & Ross, p. 130-146.
2. Desmond, M. (2016), “Home and Hope” in Evicted, p. 292-313
3. A Pattern Language: 109, Long Thin House
4. A Pattern Language: 127 Intimacy Gradient; 133 Staircase as a Stage