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Clothing & Textiles/Advanced Clothing & Textiles

Clothing and Textiles

This course introduces students to concepts relating to fabrics, color, clothing care, buying clothing, sewing equipment, and beginning sewing skills. Emphasis is on applying construction and design skills to apparel and home fashion. Skills in art, communication, mathematics, science, and technology are reinforced in this course. The use of computerized sewing machines may be incorporated. Work-based learning strategies appropriate for this course are field trips, job shadowing, and school-based enterprises. Simulations, projects, and teamwork provide opportunities for application of instructional competencies. FCCLA leadership activities will be offered to provide the opportunity to apply instructional competencies and workplace readiness skills to authentic experiences. The course is offered only to sophomore, junior, and senior students. (Prerequisite: None)

Clothing and Textiles, Advanced

 

This course builds upon concepts introduced in Clothing and Textiles. In-depth study of fabrics, fashion, color, clothing selection, care, and construction will be included. New technologies being applied to clothing and textiles will be explored, and job-related skills will be developed in this advanced course. Skills in art, communication, mathematics, science, and technology are reinforced in this course. The use of computerized sewing machines may be incorporated. Work-based learning strategies appropriate for this course are service learning, field trips, cooperative on-the-job training, and internships. FCCLA leadership activities will be offered to allow students to apply instructional strategies and workplace readiness skills to authentic experiences. The course is offered only to sophomore, junior, and senior students. (Prerequisite: Clothing and Textiles)