The World of Fashion Teacher Resource, when used with The World of Fashion Student Resource, addresses all the curriculum expectations of the Family Studies courses Understanding Fashion (HNC3C) and The World of Fashion (HNB4M) of the 2013 Ontario Curriculum for Social Sciences and Humanities. It provides resources to help you plan, teach and assess, including:
- curriculum correlations;
- guiding principles and instructional strategies;
- considerations for health and safety;
- chapter planning charts;
- planning tools and suggestions for teaching combined grades and courses.
- complete lesson plans and answer keys;
- suggestions for incorporating technology into the classroom;
- 200 modifiable activity and assessment masters in Word and PDF format;
- suggestions to differentiate instruction and personalize learning, including tips to simplify or add challenge to an activity.
- assessment opportunities identified in each lesson;
- cumulative project provides an opportunity for students to apply their research and inquiry skills;
- modifiable assessment masters in Word and PDF format, including rubrics and unit tests.
This Teacher Resource is designed to be used with The World of Fashion Student Resource
Pedagogical Consultant Jane Witte, Western University
Deborah Brown, Toronto District School Board
Antonietta Mozzone, York Region District School Board
Dubravka Prica, Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board
Table of Contents
How To Use This Book Introduction
Part 1: What Is Fashion?
Chapter 1: Defining Fashion
What Is Fashion?
Why Do People Wear Clothes?
What Do Clothing Choices Tell Us About a Person?
Chapter 2: Fashion and Culture
Out of Africa
The South Asian Connection
The East Asian Influence
Latin American Style
Body Adornment and Modification
Chapter 3: Media and Fashion
How Media Influences Attitudes About Beauty
Part 2: Fashion Design and Creative Expression
Chapter 4: The Elements of Design
The Element of Colour
The Element of Texture
The Element of Line
The Element of Shape
Chapter 5: The Principles of Design
Applying Design Principles to Body Shape
Applying Design Principles to Body Frame
Part 3: Tools and Techniques
Chapter 6: Sewing Tools
The Domestic Sewing Machine
The Domestic Serger
Domestic Sewing Tools
Chapter 7: Skills and Techniques
Part 4: Textiles
Chapter 8: Fibres, Fabrics, and Finishes
Chapter 9: Textile Production
The Globalization of Textile Production
Chapter 10: Towards a Sustainable Industry
What Does Greening Mean?
How Sustainable Are Raw Materials?
How Sustainable Are the Processes?
How Sustainable Are the Working Conditions?
How Sustainable Is the Carbon Footprint?
Part 5: History of Fashion
Chapter 11: The Emergence of Fashion
The Dress of Early Civilizations
Early Tools and Techniques
The Changing World
Changing Styles in Europe
Chapter 12: The Industrialization of Fashion
The Industrial Revolution
The Second Wave of Innovation
Chapter 13: The Modernization of Fashion
The Birth of Haute Couture
Changing Status and Role of Women
Two Wars and a Great Depression
The Impact of Sport and Leisure
Mid-Century to Present Day
Part 6: Business of Fashion
Chapter 14: From Runway to Ready-to-Wear
Creating Fashion Trends
Haute Couture and Marketing
Influential Fashion Designers
International Fashion Centres
Canadian Fashion Centres
Chapter 15: Clothing Specialized Markets
People With Disabilities
Part 7: Fashion Marketing
Chapter 16: Trends and Cycles
Fashion Production Levels
Chapter 17: The Informed Consumer
Understanding the Marketing Mix
Fashion Promotion for a Social Conscience
Part 8: Globalization of Fashion
Chapter 18: Social Responsibility in the Global Marketplace
What Is Globalization?
The Impact of Globalization
Fashion With a Social Conscience
The World of Fashion was developed to fully meet the curriculum expectations of the Family Studies courses Understanding Fashion (HNC3C) and The World of Fashion (HNB4M) of the 2013 Ontario Curriculum for Social Sciences and Humanities.
It addresses all curriculum strands for:
A: Research and Inquiry Skills
Multiple opportunities for students to develop and apply research and inquiry skills by:
- investigating topics and exploring real-world examples related to nutrition and health;
- processing information (problem solving, decision making and analysis) through critical thinking articles and a cumulative research project;
- communicating and reflecting upon their knowledge and understanding.
B: Influences on Fashion / History and Influences
C: Marketing, Environmental Responsibility, and Consumer Behaviour / Textile Production, Society, and the Globalized Marketplace
D: Design and Fashion Construction Skills / Design and Fashion Construction Skills
Comprehensive coverage of content strands through accessible and engaging topics, such as:
- textiles and the textile industry;
- how fashion designers create their products;
- factors that influence fashion trends;
- business aspects of the fashion industry, including the impact of marketing on consumer behaviour;
- the impact of globalization on the industry.
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- Curriculum correlation for Understanding Fashion, Grade 11—College Preparation (HNC3C)
- Curriculum correlation for The World of Fashion, Grade 12—University Preparation (HNB4M)
- BC curriculum correlation: Textile Foundations 10
- BC curriculum correlation: Textile Foundations 11
- BC curriculum correlation: Textile Foundations 12
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