FASHION AND BEAUTY UNIT Lesson 4: Personal Hygiene Objectives: L I – 9: Recognize and name common colors L II – 7: Recognize and name external parts of the body L III – 28: Use adverbs to describe feelings L IV – 6: Compare American holiday traditions to own L V – 23: Role play dialogue between shopper and clerk L VI – 15: Make a table given data Vocabulary: OPD pages 76-77 Computer: Have students do a search for “ancient fashion” on the Internet. Activities: A. Give students pictures of men and women from ancient to modern times (or go to a website such as www.fashion-era.com) and ask them to write captions using vocabulary learned in the three previous lessons. Examples: This man is wearing a skirt. I think he looks okay, but maybe his legs were cold. (Greek or Roman) This woman looks nice in high heels, but I like to wear athletic shoes. (Runway model) B. Have the students select images of hairstyles and clothing from A. that they consider attractive today. C. Ask students to bring pictures or examples to class of traditional dress from their home country or its ethnic cultures. Is this costume still worn? Is the clothing used for work, social functions, or religious events? WWCC EL Civics Grant 2003 1 Fashion B.M. Civics Unit Fashion and Beauty Have students practice on computer p. 64-5; 66-7 Neutral: suit, shirt, jeans, slacks, pants, uniform, sweater, T-shirt, shorts, sweats (shirt, pants), vest, hat, cap, jacket, scarf, gloves, down jacket, raincoat, poncho, sunglasses, tank top, pajamas, bathrobe, socks Female: dress, blouse, skirt, maternity, leggings, bathing /swimsuit, leotard, nightgown, bikinis, bra, slip, pantyhose Male: swim trunks, undershirt, boxers, briefs p. 68-9 Neutral: boots, loafers, sandals, athletic shoes, wallet, backpack, watch, earrings, bracelet, pin, ring, belt Female: pump, high heel, purse, Male: oxfords p.23 Neutral: short, shoulder-length, long, straight, wavy, curly, bald, gray, red, black, blond, brown, hairbrush, blow dryer, comb, cut, perm, style, color, dye, wig Female: Male: sideburns, mustache, beard, toupe p.22 physical description, sizes, and ages – junior, plus size, thin, small, medium, large, average, petite, long. Child sizes? Mens? Jobs, Occupations - Hairdresser, masseuse, cosmetician, designer, fashion photographer, stylist WWCC EL Civics Grant 2003 2 Fashion B.M. Some WEBSITES: 247malls.com - coupons, discounts fashionangel.com - tons of links. www.costumes.org www.costumegallery.com www.vintageblues.com (American clothing) www.art-is-life.com http://220.127.116.11/history/booklet3/booklet3.htm History of Barbie costumes www.widermedia.com www.ukhairdressers.com/hair_move/user_index.htm – Add hairstyles to your photo. WWCC EL Civics Grant 2003 3 Fashion B.M.