Courses of Study: Human Services

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Human Services (2009)
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1.) Determine factors that influence consumer decision-making practices for individual and family clothing choices throughout the life span.

Examples: age, gender, career, special needs, quality, fashion styles and trends, economics, climate, care requirements

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2.) Interpret laws and regulations regarding the apparel and textile industries.

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3.) Determine various sources for acquiring clothing to meet individual and family needs across the life span.

Examples: shopping mall; tailor or dressmaker shop; online, catalog, or television network sales

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4.) Analyze the impact of consumer information and advertising for the clothing industry.

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5.) Describe benefits of a well-planned wardrobe.

Human Services (2009)
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6.) Determine how clothing satisfies certain physical, psychological, and social needs.

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7.) Assess the cost of constructing, manufacturing, altering, or repairing textile products.

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8.) Determine factors that influence the evolution of fashion.

Examples: original clothing, fabrics, early civilizations, politics, religion, technology

Human Services (2009)
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9.) Compare styles of clothing and types of fashion throughout history.

Examples: styles of clothing—dresses, shirts, skirts, pants, jackets, coats

- types of fashion—classic, fad, retro, vintage

Human Services (2009)
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10.) Describe features and styles of garments developed in the apparel industry, including styles of dresses, shirts, skirts, pants, coats, jackets, necklines, collars and sleeves.

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11.) Describe the fashion designer's role in the apparel industry.

Human Services (2009)
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12.) Interpret the effects of color on design and personal selection of clothing.

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13.) Explain elements and principles of design used to choose and create apparel.

Examples: line, shape, space, texture, pattern, balance

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14.) Compare natural and manufactured fibers used in clothing.

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15.) Describe procedures for care of clothing and accessories.

Examples: laundry, stain removal, storage of clothing and accessories

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16.) Practice safe use of equipment for constructing clothing and accessories.

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17.) Demonstrate skills for producing, altering, and repairing a garment.

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18.) Evaluate a variety of methods for recycling and redesigning apparel.

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19.) Analyze the impact of technology for the apparel and textile industry.

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20.) Distinguish career options and entrepreneurial opportunities in the apparel and textile industry.