Ministry of Education 11 Board/Authority Authorized Courses: Requirements and Procedures

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Ministry of Education 11
Board/Authority Authorized Courses: Requirements and Procedures
BAA Course Framework Template
District Name: OKANAGAN SKAHA
District Number: 67
Developed by: PAT GARTRELL
Date Developed: FEB. 12, 2004
School Name: SUMMERLAND SECONDARY
Principal’s Name: BILL BIDLAKE
Board/Authority Approval Date: (You will not have an approval date until after authorization.)
Board/Authority Signature:
Course Name: Fashion Design 11
Grade Level of Course: 11
Number of Course Credits: 4
Number of Hours of Instruction: 100
Prerequisite(s): nil
Special Training, Facilities or Equipment Required: Sewing Machine
Serger
Embroidery Machine
Flat pattern drafting tools
Pressing equipment
Course Synopsis: This course is designed for students interested in careers within the
Fashion and Design Industry. The course builds on previous textile knowledge by adding
computer assisted fashion design, fashion illustration, pattern drafting from
measurements and ready made garments. The course will also look at clothes and
fashion, the apparel industry, textiles fibers and the “art” of apparel.
BC Ministry of Education
Board/Authority Authorized Courses: Requirements and Procedures
Rationale: The Career Program in Fashion Design is a comprehensive one which includes
not only the background knowledge of textiles theory and the skills of garment
construction which are currently taught in the existing clothing and textiles courses, but
adds to these, portfolios development, fashion illustration, storyboards, computer
assisted fashion drafting and flat pattern drafting. The goal of FD 11 and FD 12 is to
prepare students who wish to further their studies at a post-secondary institute such as
IIFD, Kwantlen University College or to work in the fashion industry.
Organizational Structure: (units, topics, modules)
Unit/Topic
Unit 1 fabrics/drafting tools
Unit 2 sketches/croquis,
storyboards, pattern
adaptation and drafting
Unit 3 design fabric/color/line/
design
layout
Unit 4 construction
Unit 5
reflection/evaluation/speakers/
post secondary prep
Title
Tools of the Trade
Pre-Production
Time
1 hr.
25 hrs
Design
10 hr
Production
Post Production
60 hr
4 hr
Total hours
100 hrs
Unit/Topic/Module Descriptions:
Unit 1: Tools of the Trade
Time 1 hr.
Students will become familiar and demonstrate the safe use of the appropriate materials and
equipment needed to produce their textiles projects. Of particular interest will be drafting
tools needed for flat pattern construction and computed generated pattern software.
Equipment It is expected students will
: identify and practice the use of fashion drafting equipment, pressing equipment,
threads, needles and time saving tools.
: operate a simple software program used to generate custom patterns
: operate sewing machine, serger, and embroidery machine.
: apply safety and appropriate care for equipment in the sewing lab.
: explain and use appropriate textile terminology
Fabric It is expected students will be able to
: add surface design to enhance their fabrics
: identify fabrics/linings/interfacings/notions appropriate to their designs and
sewing needs
: analyze fiber content – burn lab
: care for completed garment (washing and stain removal)
Unit 2: Pre Production
Time: 3hrs
Students will become confident in using their designs to alter basic patterns or draft their
own patterns.
Proper sizing and seeking the most efficient layout will also be covered.
Fashion Illustration It is expected students will:
: demonstrate a basic approach to drawing, through free draw, storyboards and croqui
illustrations.
: start a sketch book of illustrations.
: be able to illustrate their design in a final presentation board.
Inspiration File It is expected students will :
: start building a resource file for design inspiration.
Design Elements and Principles: It is expected students will:
: have an understanding of all the design elements and principles and how to apply to
their drawings
: use elements and principles in a wardrobe assignment
Unit 3: Design own Fabric
Time 10hrs
Students will design own fabric. Then put the fabric to use with an appropriate project of
their choice.
Fabric Design It is expected students will be able to:
: use various surface designs, or decorative stitches to create their own fabric.
: to use their designed fabric in an appropriate project.
Unit 4: Production
Time 60 hrs
Students will create 4 projects in this course. At least one garment must be of their own
design using the fabric they created. The other three garments will be chosen from the Textiles 11
course outline. These project choices include:
1. a knit garment
2. a simple skirt, pants or shorts, with facing, interfacing fly or
invisible zipper
3. shirt or jacket with collar and set in sleeves and buttoned
front
4. lined garment
5. recycled garment or garment made of recycled materials
They will put their knowledge of equipment and tools to use, as well as learning how to read
a guide sheet and developing their own time saving techniques.
Construction Techniques It is expected students will:
: make an effort to assemble or read and interpret a guide sheet on their own before
seeking help
: make appropriate solutions to construction problems
: cover all the sewing techniques as outlined in the Textiles 11 IRP.
: work throughout class consistently and use class time effectively
:
Unit 5: Post Production
Time 4hrs
Students will be given the opportunity to discuss ways of assessing their textile products
Discussion will include quality, design, cost and care of item. Post production will also
include looking at fashion careers, designers and a fashion show.
Reflection It is expected students will:
: be able to compare the items they produce in relation to equivalent commercial patterns
in terms of cost, time, quality, appearance, and personal satisfaction
: be able to evaluate the quality of construction and fill out a self evaluation form which
includes such questions as, “I want you to notice- I was not successful with- because,
Next time I would and An important change in my work has been.”
: have an opportunity to model their garments in an applied skills open house fashion
show
:explore different fashion related careers
:study local, national and international fashion designers.
Instructional Component: Direct instruction
Indirect instruction
Interactive instruction
Independent problem solving
Creativity-design
Videotaped techniques
Analysis of own work
Assessment Component:
45% of the grade will be based on the process of production. This mark is made up of a daily
participation mark out of 10 which is a result of teacher observation. 45% of the grade is a project
evaluation where quality of construction is considered, pattern reading ability, level of difficulty of
the project and a student evaluation of the project. 10% of the final grade is based on theory
assignments.
Type of Assessment
Category
Details
Weighing
Formative
Practical application
Performance- on time
45%
Puts in a full class of work
Attitude – co-operative
Positive participation
Care to produce 100%
Behavior – treats others
with respect
Care of equipment- clean and safe
working environment, proper cleanup.
Summative
Project assessment
Project evaluation form
45%
filled out by both student
and teacher.
Summative
Assignments
Free draw
10%
Storyboard
Croqui
Presentation board
Wardrobe assignment
Cost/Comparison
Care label/ stain removal
Fiber study
Performance Methods
Personal Communication
: daily participation mark
: projects
: presentation of completed
works ( fashion show)
: planning sheets
: design sketches
: assignments
: student/instructor
: self evaluation
: group dialogue
Other
: daily assessment
: technique checklists
: rating scale
Learning Resources:
Videos
- Islander Sewing Systems Shirts etc. part one
- Islander Sewing Systems Shirts etc. part two
- Islander Sewing Systems Industrial shortcuts for home sewing
- Colour in everyday life: Teach the power and language of colour.
Books
- Illustrating Fashion Concept to Creation
Steven Stepelman
Fairchild Productions New York 1996
-Fashion
Mary Wolfe
Goodheart-willcox Company Inc 1993
-Complex Guide to Sewing
Readers Digest Association
New York 1979
-In Style 100 years of Canadian Women’s Fashion
Caroline Routh
Stoddart 1993
-Singer Sewing Reference Library
Cy DeCosse Incorporated
Minnetonka. Minnesota 1987
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