Fashion ConstructionFashion Construction is an individual event thatrecognizes participants who apply Fashion Constructionskills learned in Family and Consumer Sciences coursesand create a display using samples of their skills. Usingnew materials, participants construct in advance agarment or ensemble that dresses both the upper andlower body of a child or adult. Garment/ensemble mustinclude at least eight fashion construction techniques.Display finished product along with appropriateaccessories. Participants must prepare a display, samplegarment, file folder, and an oral presentation.2.Participants are encouraged to bring fully chargeddevices such as laptops, tablets, etc., to use foraudiovisual presentation at in-person competitions.3. All visuals and props must be within the display(handouts, samples, etc.) and may be used as inhand visuals during the oral presentation, but mustbe returned within display dimensions when finished.4. Chapters with multiple entries in this event mustsubmit different projects for each entry. Allprojects must be developed and completed duringa one-year span beginning July 1 and ending June30 of the school year before the NationalLeadership Conference, and must be the work ofthe participant(s) only.5. National Leadership Conference (in-personcompetition) participants will view the onlineorientation video found on the official FCCLAYouTube channel, available in early June. Each entrymust complete and submit the required form to theevent room consultant at the time of competition.Only one form per entry is required. Contact StateAdvisers for orientation procedures for competitionsheld prior to National Leadership Conference. Ifevents are held virtually, these points will beautomatically awarded to all participants.B-Sew Inn is the official sponsor of the FashionConstruction event.EVENT LEVELSLevel 2: grades 9–10Level 3: grades 11–12Level 4: PostsecondarySee page 72 for more information on event levels.ELIGIBILITY & GENERAL INFORMATION1.Review “Eligibility and General Rules for All Levels ofCompetition” on page 73 prior to event planning andpreparation.GENERAL INFORMATIONNumber ofParticipantsper EntryPrepareAhead ofTimeEquipmentProvided forIn-PersonCompetitionCompetitionDress CodeIn-PersonCompetitionParticipantSet Up /Prep Time1Display, SampleGarment, OralPresentation,Skill AreaSelection ChartTable/FreestandingSpace – yesElectricalAccess – noWall Space –noSupplies - noOfficial dress-orProfessionaldressappropriateto event5 minutesIn-PersonCompetitionRoomConsultant& EvaluatorReviewTime10 minutesMaximum InterviewTimeIn-PersonCompetitionTotal EventTimeIn-person: 1min. warning at4 min.; stoppedat 5 min.Virtual: 6 min.to includeadditionalquestions5 minutes30 minutesPRESENTATION ELEMENTS ALLOWEDAudioCostumesEasel(s)File Folder 2020-2021 COMPETITIVE EVENTS GUIDE FlipChart(s)PortfolioProps/Pointers Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, Inc.Skits PresentationEquipment www.fcclainc.orgVisuals 189
FASHION CONSTRUCTIONProcedures and Time Requirements for In-Person CompetitionEach entry will submit a file folder with the required documents to the event room consultant at the designated participation time.5 minutesParticipants will have 5 minutes to set up their display. Other persons may not assist.Evaluators and room consultants will have up to 10 minutes to inspect the garment or ensemble for the skill areas10 minutesindicated by the participant.The oral presentation may be up to 5 minutes in length. A one-minute warning will be given at 4 minutes.5 minutesParticipants will be stopped at 5 minutes. If audio or audiovisual recordings are used, they are limited to 1 -minuteplaying time during the presentation.5 minutesFollowing the presentation, evaluators will have 5 minutes to interview participants.5 minutesEvaluators will have up to 5 minutes to use the rubric to score and write comments for participants.Procedures and Time Requirements for Virtual CompetitionEach entry will post the required documents (as specified below) following instructions from the state or national organizati on prior tothe competition.Upload one (1) PDF file, designed so that viewers are able to scroll through the digital document. This must be anDisplay Fileonline file and not require the viewer to download it. Include 2 photos of the entire display (one front, one back)and up to 15 photos of the contents of the display to show detail for evaluation.Upload one (1) PDF file, designed so that viewers are able to scroll through the digital document. This must be anFolder Contentsonline file and not require the viewer to download it. The document should include one page for each of the fileFilefolder contents as described below.The oral presentation may be up to 6 minutes in length, including the responses to the two questions listed in thespecifications. If audio and/or visual recordings are used, they are limited to a 3-minute playing time during theOral Presentationpresentation. Each participant must introduce themselves by name, chapter, and level. Video recordings are to beVideo (to includemade of participants as they present their STAR Event project, as if they were presenting at an in-personQuestioncompetition. A voiceover of the video recording or presentation is not allowed. The video file can be anResponses)embedded video, video link to YouTube, Vimeo, or Google Drive, but must not require the viewer to download it.The display will be used in the oral presentation recording.Participants will automatically receive full points on the Point Summary Form and the Rubric for the followingAutomaticitems: Registration Packet, Event Online Orientation Documentation, Display Set Up, Display Dimensions, andScoringPunctuality.SpecificationsDisplayA display should be used to document and illustrate the work of one project, using clearly defined presentation surfaces.The display may be either freestanding or tabletop. Freestanding displays should not exceed a space 48" deep by 60" wideby 72" high, including audiovisual equipment. Tabletop displays should not exceed a space 30" deep by 48" wide by 48" high,including any audiovisual equipment. Participants using a tabletop display are allowed a standing mannequin in addition totheir table space, however, all other information or props outside the display will be considered part of the display andsubject to penalty (tablecloths, storage items, boxes below the table, etc.). Participants using a freestanding display may usea standing mannequin or dress form within the dimensions of the freestanding space. Scrapbooks, flip charts, portfolios, andphoto albums are not allowed. Each display must include the items as listed below:Project Identification Page2020-2021 COMPETITIVE EVENTS GUIDEOne 8 ½" x 11" page on plain paper, with no graphics or decorations; must include participant’sname, chapter name, school, city, state, event name, and project title. Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, Inc. www.fcclainc.org190
Fashion Construction Specifications (continued)FCCLA Planning ProcessSummary PageOne 8 ½" x 11" summary page of how each step of the Planning Process was used to plan andimplement the project; use of the Planning Process may also be described in the oralpresentation.Contents of DisplayThe display must contain coordinates to complement the garment/ensemble/accessory, a fabricprofile, cost itemization, and photo storyboard.Fabric Profile: A fabric profile should be prepared front side only on paper up to but not larger than11" x 17" and displayed. The fabric profile will contain a fabric swatch or swatches of each fabricused to make the project and all available information about fiber content and fabric type—construction, finishes, properties, performance, and care.Cost itemization: A detailed cost itemization should be prepared front side only on 8 ½" x 11"paper and displayed. The cost itemization will show a list of all supplies/notions used to makethe product with quantities, unit costs, and total costs.Photo Storyboard: A storyboard of photos telling the story of the project should be preparedfront side only on paper not larger than 11" x 17" and displayed.Coordinates: Other garments/accessories that complement the project garment/ensemble oraccessory should be arranged attractively in the display (may be placed on mannequin, if used).Note: The display may not contain a live model. The participant may not model thegarment/accessory during the presentation.File FolderParticipants will submit one letter-size file folder containing three identical sets, with each set stapled separately, of theitems listed below to the event room consultant at the designated participation time. The file folder must be labeled(either typed or handwritten) in the top left corner with the name of event, event level, participant’s name, and state.Time LogA log of time invested in designing and making the garment/accessory should be preparedfront side only on 8 ½" x 11" paper. Total hours should be shown.Skill Area Selection ChartCompleted copy of the Skill Area Selection Chart with eight (8) skills represented in the project.Evidence of OnlineProject SummarySubmissionComplete the online project summary form located on the “Surveys” tab of the FCCLA StudentPortal, and include signed proof of submission.Oral PresentationThe oral presentation may be up to 5 minutes in length (6 minutes for virtual competition) and is delivered to evaluators.The presentation is to describe efforts in detail. Audio and audiovisual recordings are limited to 1-minute playing time duringthe presentation.Organization/DeliveryDeliver oral presentation in an organized, sequential manner; concisely and thoroughlysummarize project.Knowledge of ConstructionDemonstrate knowledge of concepts related to the selected skill areas.Use of Visuals and DisplayDesign original, appealing visuals and display. Use these effectively during the presentation.VoiceSpeak clearly with appropriate pitch, tempo, and volume.Body Language/ClothingChoiceUse appropriate body language including gestures, posture, mannerisms, eye contact, andappropriate handling of notes or notecards if used. Wear FCCLA official dress orprofessional dress appropriate for the nature of the presentation.2020-2021 COMPETITIVE EVENTS GUIDE Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, Inc. www.fcclainc.org191
Fashion Construction Specifications (continued)Grammar/WordUsage/ PronunciationUse proper grammar, word usage, and pronunciation.Responses toEvaluators’ QuestionsProvide clear and concise answers to evaluators’ questions regarding project. Questions areasked after the presentation.For virtual competitions, include responses to the following questions at the end of the oralpresentation:1. What is one skill that you learned or improved upon during your project that you will use inschool next year or in your future career?2. What obstacles caused challenges in your work, and how did you address them?Construction SkillsParticipants are to select a project that showcases their construction skills.ConstructionThe construction should exhibit effective form and function.WorkmanshipThe product should exhibit high quality workmanship and should be marketable.CreativityThe design and product should reflect creativity, imagination, and innovation.Fashion Construction Skill AreaProducts will be evaluated on their choice of eight of the fashion construction skill areas.Lingerie and swimsuits are not allowed. Clothing that does not meet acceptable standards ofmodesty/appropriateness for a school function or setting is prohibited.2020-2021 COMPETITIVE EVENTS GUIDE Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, Inc. www.fcclainc.org192
FASHION CONSTRUCTIONSTAR Events Point Summary FormName of ParticipantChapterStateTeam #Station #Level1. Make sure all information at top is correct. If a student named is not participating, cross their name(s) off. If ateam does not show, write “No Show” across the top and return with other forms. Do NOT change team or stationnumbers.2. Before student presentation, the room consultants must check participants’ display using the criteria andstandards listed below and fill in the boxes.3. At the conclusion of presentation, verify evaluator scores and fill in information below. Calculate the final score andask for evaluators’ verification. Place this form in front of the completed rubrics and staple all items related to thepresentation together.4. At the end of competition in the room, double check all scores, names, and team numbers to ensure accuracy. Sortresults by team order and turn in to the Lead Consultant.5. Check with the Lead Consultant if there are any questions regarding the evaluation process.ROOM CONSULTANT CHECKRegistration Packet0 or 3 pointsEvent OnlineOrientationDocumentation0 or 2 pointsDisplay Set-Up0-1 pointDisplay Dimensions0–1 pointFile Folder0–2 pointsPunctuality0–1 pointEVALUATORS’ SCORESPointsPicked up by adviser or designated adult during scheduled timeNo0Yes302Official documentation not providedOfficial documentation provided at presentationat presentation time or signed bytime and signed by adviseradviser01Participants did not set up theirParticipants set up display during allotted timedisplay within allotted time periodperiod01Does not fit with the appropriateThe display fits/objects returned within displaydimensions/objects not returnedafter presentationwithin display after presentation012No file folder presented.File Folder presentedFile Folder is presented withwith incorrectcorrect labeling and sufficientlabeling/insufficientevaluators materialmaterials for evaluators Evidence of Online Project(less than 3 copies ofSummary Submissioncontents) or incomplete Time Logcontent Skill Area Chart01Participant was late for presentationParticipant was on time for presentationROOM CONSULTANT TOTALEvaluator 1Initials(10 points possible)Evaluator 2InitialsAVERAGE EVALUATOR SCOREEvaluator 3Initials(90 points possible)Total Scoredivided by number of evaluatorsEvaluator 1FINAL SCORE AVERAGE EVALUATOR SCORERounded only to the nearest hundredth (i.e. 79.99 not 80.00)Gold: 90-100Silver: 70-89.99RATING ACHIEVED (circle one)VERIFICATION OF FINAL SCORE AND RATING (please initial).(Average Evaluator Score plusRoom Consultant Total).Bronze: 1-69.99Evaluator 2 Evaluator 3 Adult Room Consultant Event Lead Consultant2020-2021 COMPETITIVE EVENTS GUIDE Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, Inc. www.fcclainc.org193
FASHION CONSTRUCTIONRubricName of ParticipantChapterStateTeam #Station #LevelDISPLAYPointsFCCLAPlanning ProcessSummary Page0–5 points0PlanningProcesssummary notprovidedProject ID Page0 or 1 pointFabric Profile– Swatch andSize0–1 pointFabric Profile – FiberContent/Fabric Type0-2 pointsCost ItemizationAccuracy0–3 points0Project ID page is missing or incomplete0No fabric swatch provided or profile on paper larger than 11” x 17”Photo Storyboard0–3 points0No storyboard providedSelection ofCoordinates/Accessories0–3 pointsDisplay Appearance0-5 points0No coordinates or accessoriesused1Inadequate steps inthe PlanningProcess arepresented0No information or incorrectinformation provided0No cost information0Display not used2All Planning Processsteps are presentedbut not summarized3All Planning Processsteps aresummarized45Evidence thatThe Planning Process isthe Planningused to plan the project.Process wasEach step is fully explained;utilized to planno more than 1 pageproject1Project ID page is present and completed correctly1Fabric swatch provided and profile is on paper not larger than 11” x 17”12Correct information including construction,Incomplete information provided or partialfinishes, properties, performance, and careerror in information123Many omissions inMost items shown and only one orCompletely accurate anditemization and errors intwo errors in calculationsthoroughcalculations123Limited photographs andAdequate photographs arranged in aAppropriate number ofconfusing arrangementclear and logical formatphotographs, arranged wellto tell a story123Accessories detract fromSomewhat complementaryWell chosen, verydisplaycomplementary1Display has many errors,does not show evidenceof originality and is notaesthetically pleasing2Display hasminimal visualappeal andlacks originality3Display needs someimprovement incontent and design4Display has good word,color, and design choice5Display iscreative,appropriate, andof high quality910Presentationcovers all relevantinformation witha seamless andlogical deliveryFILE FOLDER and ORAL PRESENTATIONOrganization/Delivery0 – 10 points0Presentation is notdone or presentedbriefly and doesnot covercomponents ofthe project0Little or noevidence ofknowledge12Presentation coverssome topic elements34Presentationcovers all topicelements butwith minimalinformation56Presentation givescompleteinformation but doesnot explain theproject well78Presentation coversinformation completely butdoes not flow well1Minimal evidence ofknowledge2Some evidenceof knowledge3Knowledge of fashionconstruction isevident but noteffectively used inpresentation4Knowledge of fashionconstruction is evident andshared at times in thepresentationUse of Displayduring Presentation0-5 points0Display not usedduringpresentation1Display used to limitamount of speakingtime2Display usedminimallyduringpresentationVoice – pitch,tempo, volume0-3 points0Voice qualities not usedeffectivelyKnowledge ofConstruction0-5 points2020-2021 COMPETITIVE EVENTS GUIDE1Voice quality is adequate 5Knowledge offashion constructionis evident andincorporatedthroughout thepresentation345DisplayDisplay used effectivelyPresentationincorporatedthroughout etween oralpresentation anddisplay23Voice quality is good, but couldVoice quality is outstandingimproveand pleasing Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, Inc. www.fcclainc.org194
Fashion Construction Rubric (continued)PointsBody Language/Clothing Choice0-3 pointsGrammar/WordUsage/Pronunciation0-3 pointsResponses toEvaluators’Questions0-5 points01Uses inappropriate gestures,Gestures, posture, mannerismsposture or mannerisms, avoidsand eye contact is inconsistent/eye contact/inappropriateclothing is appropriateclothing01Extensive (more than 5)Some (3-5) grammatical andgrammatical and pronunciationpronunciation errorserrors012Did not answerUnable to answerResponded to allevaluators’some questionsquestions butquestionswithout ease oraccuracy2Gestures, posture, mannerisms,eye contact, and clothing areappropriate3Gestures, posture, mannerisms,eye contact, and clothingenhance presentation2Few (1-2) grammatical andpronunciation errors3Presentation has no grammaticalor pronunciation errors3Respondedadequately to allquestions4Gave appropriateresponses toevaluators’questions5Responses toquestions wereappropriate andgiven withouthesitationCONSTRUCTION SKILLSEffectiveness ofProductConstruction0-3 pointsOverall Quality ofWorkmanship0–3 pointsCreativity,Imagination, andInnovation0–3 pointsSelected Skill Areas0-24 points0Both form and function needimprovement1Satisfactory form or function, butnot both2Good form and function3Outstanding form and function0Low quality, not marketable1Marginal quality of workmanship2Fair quality, somewhatmarketable2Some evidence3Very good quality, marketable01No evidenceLittle evidence3Highly creative, innovativeSee separate Fashion Construction Skill Area Rubric for additional criteria ratings.Transfer total points earned for 8 selected skill areas to the “score” column at rightEvaluator’s Comments – include two things donewell and two opportunities for improvement:TOTAL(90 points possible)Evaluator #Evaluator InitialRoom Consultant Initial2020-2021 COMPETITIVE EVENTS GUIDE Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, Inc. www.fcclainc.org195
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