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CTE/Arts, Audio/Visual Technology and Communication Curriculum Fashion Design Studio
Lesson Plans

Strand 1

Students will explore the fundamentals of fashion and associated careers.

Standard 2

Define common terminology.
  • Capitals, Designers & Common Fashion Terms
    Teach students common fashion terms, design details, designers and fashion capitals.
  • Design Details(Fashion Lingo)
    Students will learn, identify, and analyze fashion pictures according to the design details.
  • Fads and Classics
    In this lesson students will learn to recognize the difference between a fad and a classic by viewing a PowerPoint presentation and then brainstorming examples.
  • Fashion Terms
    Students will identify and use the following fashion terms: fashion, fad, style, classic, design, trend, and avant-garde.
  • Fashion Terms
    Students will find pictures that portray fashion terms and then create portfolios.
  • Teacher Helps: Scope & Seq., Portfolio Outline, Reviews
    This Plan includes helpful documents for Fashion Strategies teachers. Sample Scope and Sequence, Disclosure Document, Supply List, Scans of portfolio pages with guidelines, Test Review Sheets and Test Review Jeapordy powerpoint games are all included. A powerpoint to explain the New York Field Study is also included.

UEN logo - in partnership with Utah State Board of Education (USBE) and Utah System of Higher Education (USHE).  Send questions or comments to USBE Specialist - Kristina  Yamada and see the CTE/Arts, Audio/Visual Technology and Communication website. For general questions about Utah's Core Standards contact the Director - THALEA  LONGHURST.

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