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Fashion DesignCareer ClusterCourse CodePrerequisite(s)CreditProgram of Study andSequenceStudent OrganizationCoordinating Work-BasedLearningIndustry CertificationsDual Credit or DualEnrollmentTeacher CertificationResourcesArts, A/V Technology, Communications19201none.5Introduction to Arts/AV Technology and Communications – Level 1 pathway course – Fashion Design – Level 3pathway courseFCCLAField trip, industry-personnel interviewsNoneNoneArts AV Technology & Communications Cluster Endorsement; Visual Arts Pathway Endorsement; FACSEndorsement; *Family and Consumer Science EducationFCCLA Fashion Design STAR Event, FCCLA Fashion Sketch Skill Demonstration Event, FCCLA Recycle andRedesign STAR Event, Institute of Design and Technology of South DakotaCourse Description:Fashion Design is an applied knowledge course intended to help students explore different aspects of careers in the fashion design industry.Students will study the history of the fashion industry, elements and principles of design, textile composition, and fashion illustration. Studentswill explore trends in fashion design and engage with industry specific technology used to produce fabrics and create fashion lines.Program of Study ApplicationFashion Design is a Level 2 pathway course in the Arts, A/V Technology and Communication cluster, visual arts and performing arts pathways.

Career Cluster: Arts, A/V Tech, CommunicationsCourse: Fashion DesignCourse StandardsFD 1 Explore opportunities in the fashion industry.Webb LevelLevel 2Skill/ConceptSub-indicatorIntegrated ContentFD 1.1 Classify career opportunities in fashion design Research the role of a fashion designer in the fashion productionprocess. Research a current fashion designer, including the market segmentfor which he/she designs, and his/her career track Research the effect of world design centers on career opportunities infashion design Interview a fashion designer about his/her jobLevel 1RecallFD 1.2 Identify basic resources commonly used in the fashion design industryNotes

Career Cluster: Arts, A/V Tech, CommunicationsCourse: Fashion DesignFD2: Exhibit ethical and legal conduct in the fashion industryWebb LevelLevel 3StrategicThinkingSub-indicatorFD 2.1 Differentiate legal and copyright issues related to the fashion designindustry Research laws that affect the fashion design industryIntegrated ContentInnovation DesignProtection ActInternational Textileand ApparelAssociationLevel 1RecallNotesFD 2.2 Identify professional codes of ethicsInternational Textileand ApparelAssociation

Career Cluster: Arts, A/V Tech, CommunicationsCourse: Fashion DesignFD3: Analyze the relationship between history and fashion.Webb LevelLevel 3StrategicThinkingSub-indicatorFD 3.1 Interpret the influences of art and media on fashion Research how celebrities, movies, and television inspire currentfashions Watch a media presentation and write an essay detailing how themedia influences today's fashionLevel 3StrategicThinkingFD 3.2 Differentiate how politics, society, economics, culture, and aestheticsinfluence fashion Research textile crafts and designs in other parts of the world toexplain economics, politics, and social conditions that affect textiledesign Using old yearbooks, catalogs or magazines, compare past styles forthe decade influencing present styles Research changes in clothing for the past 50 years and construct aclothing history timeline with illustrated fashions and importantevents Work with a local museum to prepare a display on the history offashionNotesIntegrated Content

Career Cluster: Arts, A/V Tech, CommunicationsCourse: Fashion DesignFD4: Evaluate performance characteristics of textiles and textile productsWebb LevelLevel 2Skill/ConceptSub-indicatorFD 4.1 Classify clothing details used to recognize, understand, and interpretfashion Select a garment and write a narration that could be used to describegarment style Choose collar and sleeve styles and creatively combine the styles intoshirt designsLevel 3StrategicThinkingFD 4.2 Evaluate fibers, yarns, fabrics and finishes for end use Create a commercial, poster, or presentation on a selected fiber Conduct fiber tests and develop a resource manual of fibercharacteristics Research methods of fabric construction Participate in a field trip to a clothing store to examine fiber contentand fabric type of current fashionNotesIntegrated Content

Career Cluster: Arts, A/V Tech, CommunicationsCourse: Fashion DesignFD5: Design fashion products.Webb LevelLevel 3StrategicThinkingSub-indicatorFD 5.1 Critique fashion for application of the elements and principles ofdesign Create a portfolio that illustrates use of elements and principles ofdesign in fashion Evaluate current fashion garments for elements and principles ofdesignLevel 3StrategicThinkingFD 5.2 Critique how color theory and color forecasting impact fashion design Interview a person in the fashion industry about resources availableto designers for information on fashion trends and color forecasting Using fashion resources, research the current fashion and colortrends and write an industry fashion report on your findingsLevel 4ExtendedThinkingFD 5.3 Create a fashion line Draw an illustration of one item of fashion line Research the procedures for developing a line of clothing (researchingtrends and preparing sketches, color plates, and presentation boards) Draw and color illustrations for a fashion lineNotesIntegrated Content

Fashion Design is an applied knowledge course intended to help students explore different aspects of careers in the fashion design industry. Students will study the history of the fashion industry, elements and principles of design, textil

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