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1 Textile Art & Design 7

2 Introduction Questionnaire
Take out a sheet of looseleaf and answer the questions from the questionnaire posted on my website.

3 Welcome to Family Studies 7
You will be in Family Studies for the whole year for 90 minutes a week; alternating every second week with art

4 Welcome to Family Studies 7
Class Expectations You are expected to be on time and prepared for class You should have a family studies binder or section, ready with looseleaf and a pencil Any handouts, journals, assignments, notes will go into this section It is your responsibility to keep your binder up to date If you are absent from a class, you should borrow notes from another student (Check the website) You should also come see me to get any missing assignments and handouts you may have missed

5 Family Studies 7- 3 Units This course is divided into 3 units. Depending on time available, we will be going through each of the following modules (order and detail to be determined) Module 1: Textiles Art and Design- Students will be able to understand the impact of textile art and design on our daily lives. develop an understanding of clothing choice and personal expression Personal expression in clothing Careers in the textile field Module 2 – The Clothing Consumer - Students will be expected to use their knowledge of textiles to become more informed consumers. clothing care and selection types of fabrics and fibres and how to care for each Module 3 – Textile Production Basics - Students will be expected to develop competency in the selection and use of technological applications in textiles. Basic sewing skills “earning the sewing license” Sewing projects (to be discussed and determined) Sewing terminology

6 Assessment and Evaluation
You will be assessed based on a 4 letter grade scheme: A,B,C,D You will be evaluated using many different methods throughout the term including: Journals, Assignments, Quizzes, Sewing “License”, 1-2 Major Sewing Projects and others You will be assigned grades based on the 1-4 system of achievement of outcomes 4: Meets all or exceeds the curriculum outcomes 3: Meets most of the curriculum outcomes 2: Meets some of the curriculum outcomes 1: Meets few of the curriculum outcomes

7 Any Questions? My My Website:

8 Clothing and Personal expression
Textile Art and Design Clothing and Personal expression

9 Clothing and Fashion What is the new/current trend in clothing?
What is Fashion? What is the point of wearing clothing?

10 Students will write down their first impression by the way the person in dressed in each slide.
Take out a sheet of looseleaf. Write down your first impression based on the way the person in dressed in each slide.

11 Burberry model – using the money to pay for an ivy league education...

12 An attorney general – sometimes what you see is what you get!


14 Bikers are usually thought of as big, mean and scary
Bikers are usually thought of as big, mean and scary... Look at the tattoos on the guy in the background! Now look at the patch on the shoulder of the guy in front BACA – Bikers Against Child Abuse. This is a group that does great things!

15 Typical college boys. Not hardly
Typical college boys??? Not hardly! Impatient for the good life these two (the Menendez brothers) brutally murdered their parents hoping to cash in early on their inheritance.


17 Again just taken off the internet but there was a huge “hazing” incident a few years back at a prep school where the Sr. girls ended up with criminal records. The girl in this picture could be a great student or athlete or a “mean girl”

18 First Impressions How long does it take to make a first impression?
What types of impressions can we give using our clothes? What do you think your clothing says about you? How do you think other people see your clothing?

19 Why We Wear Clothes There are 5 main reasons people wear clothes:
Protection: clothing provides physical safeguards to the body, preventing harm from climate and environment Modesty: Covering the body according to the code of decency established by society Adornment: added decoration or ornamentation Identification: Establishing who someone is or what they do Status: One’s position or rank in comparison to others

20 Why We Wear Clothing Assignment
1) Worksheet (handout) Answer the questions on the first page and match each definition from the list and give and example On the back, draw a picture or find an example of each reason why we wear clothing 2) T-Shirt Design (Handout) Create a t-shirt design that best describes and shows your own personal style; use color, pattern, designs, logos etc to show who you are as a person and what your style is

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