Where You Live Chapter 38 Page 595 Human Needs • Housing fulfills humans basic needs. • What are needs? Needs • Physical Needs • Emotional Needs • Social Needs Emotional Needs Relax/Interest Decor Privacy/comfort Physical Needs Social • • • • • Play Live Share Work Entertain What effects your housing choices? • • • • • • • Family Size Family changes Special needs Location Environmental Concerns Technology Lifestyle Rhonda's personal living space was invaded when her • A. Brother asked to borrow her tennis racket. • B. Father knocked on the bedroom door before entering. • C. Mother asked Rhonda to put away her own clothes. • D. Sister went through her clothes drawer to borrow some shorts. sister, LaToya. What can she learn that will assist her with other relationships? • A. Appreciation of furniture • B. Consequences of being homeless • C. Importance of traffic patterns • D. Responsibility for shared space Everyone needs space for him/herself and his/her belongings. What is this space called? • A. Family • B. Personal • C. Shared • D. Storage Sally and Nicole, both high school students, must share a bathroom. They both want to use the bathroom at the same times. How can they BEST solve this problem? • A. Divide the bathroom in half • B. Plan a schedule for use • C. Remove the door so they can use it together • D. Set a 5 minute time limit for use Eight people live in the Smith's three bedroom home. What potential problem do they have? A. Not enough private space B. Not enough shared space C. Too much individual space D. Too much private space Sharing Space • Everyone has to share space. It’s a part of life. In a family everyone shares common areas. • Many teens share a bedroom with one or more siblings. • If you have ever shared a room you have probably learned that conflict can occur. Furniture Arrangments • Arranging furniture may offer a solution. Before selecting furniture think about what you need and what you already have. If your budget is limited check out flea markets, consignment shops, ect. • When choosing furniture for a room choose styles that have a similar feel. Every piece of furniture doesn’t have to match exactly. • Traffic patterns are paths peple use to get from one area or room to anoher. Jeremy must squeeze past a chair to get to the dresser in his bedroom. If he moved this chair, what would he improve? • A. Accessories • B. Proportion • C. Scaled floor plan • D. Traffic pattern Which is a traffic pattern? • A. Extra attic space • B. Paths to the neighbors' house • C. Paths used through the house • D. Space in the garage for cars • Using a floor plan given to you.discuss and explain the floor plan with classmates and/or teacher. Color the rooms that are shared with one color and the rooms that are personal with another color. • Using the classified section of a local newspaper and/or a local real estate magazine, locate two or three appropriate homes for a specific family described to you by your teacher (ex.: An elderly couple, a two parent family with two preschoolers, a single parent with three teenagers). Write about each home and explain what kind of space (shared or personal) is most needed for the family. Recommend your choice for this family. Explain decisions to the class.