Courses of Study: Human Services

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Human Services (2009)
Grade(s): 9 - 12
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1.) Define terminology used in the apparel and textile industries, including haute couture, avant-garde, composite garments, tailored garments, and draped garments.

Human Services (2009)
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2.) Analyze the impact of national and international regulations and legislation for fashion.

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3.) Describe the impact of apparel and textile industries on the United States and world economies.

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4.) Analyze roles of trade associations and publications to determine their influence on the apparel and textile industries.

Human Services (2009)
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5.) Define types of products in apparel and textile industries.

Human Services (2009)
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6.) Evaluate the influence of history on fashion, including the impact of historical costumes and the achievements of famous fashion designers.

•  Interpreting the impact of fashion cycles on fashion
Human Services (2009)
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7.) Compare theories of various fashion movements.

Examples: trickle-down, trickle-up, trickle-across

Human Services (2009)
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8.) Explain how fabric selection affects the cut and style of garments.

Human Services (2009)
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9.) Evaluate the impact of design labels, manufacturers, and types of stores on the marketing and sales of apparel and textile industries.

Human Services (2009)
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10.) Distinguish between classifications of apparel used in the fashion industry.

Examples: children, sportswear, young men

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11.) Analyze styles of garments for their effect on various body types.

Human Services (2009)
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12.) Critique the construction, care, and maintenance of apparel in relation to textile characteristics.

Human Services (2009)
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13.) Analyze space, tools, equipment, and furnishing requirements for a design studio.

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14.) Explain the process that leads to fashion design.

Example: inspiration, research, idea, sketch, sample, revision

Human Services (2009)
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15.) Demonstrate fashion illustration skills to design a fashion line, including sketching fashion figures and apparel, using varied media and techniques, and applying basic and complex color schemes.

Human Services (2009)
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16.) Apply elements and principles of design to create fashion.

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

Human Services (2009)
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17.) Demonstrate draping and flat pattern-making techniques.

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18.) Demonstrate techniques used to create new designs from an original garment, accessory, or textile product.

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19.) Design fashions to meet the special needs of clients.

Human Services (2009)
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20.) Utilize technology to design and create fashion.