Laserbox Lesson 11 – Campus Layout


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Learning Objectives

Students will:

  1. learn to make a 3D campus model;
  2. master the uses of Laserbox.


  1. Engraving materials: 3mm basswood sheets
  2. Wood glue
  3. Laserbox


Session 1  Lead-in

Introduce the topic: “We spend pretty much time at school so you must know a lot about it. Today, let’s take a look at how a school separates its space for different uses. Based on what you know, draw a layout plan of your school and mark the blocks. Here’s an example.”

Source: Beaverton High School map by MB298


Have students draw their site planning.

Explain to students: “From your drawings, I get it that you know pretty well about your schools. A layout planning tells us how the parts of our school are arranged. In most cases, a school has many blocks for different uses, such as teaching blocks, administration blocks, playgrounds, etc. In teaching blocks, we take classes; in the administration block, teachers are usually working there to deal with administrative affairs; playgrounds are the places where we take exercise. All of these make up our school.”


For the complete lesson plan and instruction manual, please download the Lesson Plan.

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