Fashion Media Syllabus Instructional Philosophy Students are expected to meet all course goals and apply knowledge in real-life situations. All students can benefit from this class. A variety of teaching techniques such as group discussion, lecture, hands on labs and independent study will be implemented. All students have the opportunity to be successful in this class. Pathway Human Services Program Family Studies and Community Services Program Goals - Fashion Media and Culture - Media Ethics and Law - Fashion Journalism - Fashion Styling and Photography - Digital Media and Communication - Social Media - Fashion Advertising - Public Relations -Fashion Media Portfolio Course Goals -Analyze consumer, culture and celebrity effects on fashion. -Research current and future trends in fashion -Explore the fashion press and print processes -Identify E-commerce sources used in the fashion industry -Utilize public relations strategies -Manage fashion events -Utilize social media and digital design techniques -Apply photographic styling applications and journalism skills used in the fashion industry. Course Description Fashion Media is a one-credit course taught in grades 10-12. This course is designed for students interested in fashion, fashion design, and apparel and textile design technology careers. Assessment Students will be given daily assignments, projects, labs and test. Progress reports will be sent home at the mid way point (4 ½ weeks) and report cards will be sent out at the end of nine week period. Each nine week period counts 40% of the student's final grade and the final exam will count 20% of the final grade for the course.