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Teachers provide a social and intellectual environment in which students can learn. James Macgregor Burns
The Stuff of American History Jeans Presenter: L.N. Petrova
Pp will -learn some facts about the development of American history Educational objective
Objectives: - To investigate people of what ages prefer jeans - To know what firms produce jeans - To find out where jeans came to Russia from - To learn more about the production of jeans - To compare the styles - To teach pupils to choose jeans correctly - To see the difference between original jeans and fakes - To create your own style
Gold Rush Miners in the USA
Indigo- it is a plant, which dyes denim in blue colour.
Good looks and a good label
First Levi’s Label
Until the sixties, the design of jeans did not change at all. The standard remained 501s, and other competing brands simply copied them in a series of virtually identical versions. Jeans can be: “natural”, i.e. blue.
Jeans can be: “bleached”, when treated with chlorine.
Worn-looking jeans with holes at the knees
Jeans can be: “stonewashed”, when they are washed in a machine with pumice stones which remove the colour in places and soften the fabric.
Painted hippy jeans
Jeans can be: “black”, when the indigo thread is replaced by black thread
Lady Levi’s Jeans -1938
Famous Jeans Labels: Levi Strauss Lee Motor Jeans Mustang Wrangler Diesel