Curriculum Map for

 

Designer Sewing

 

Taught by:  Grayce Rees

 

Updated for the 2009-2010 School Year

 

This course is designed for students who have interests in fields of design, apparel, textiles, clothing construction and home décor. Individualprojects using design principles will be used as vehicles to further develop the students’ skills.  Experiences may include pattern design, surface design, principles of clothing construction, fitting and alteration, custom sewing, home decorating,  and other entrepreneurial opportunities. 

 

For specific details about construction skills that will be emphasized, please review the included Curriculum Map for Clothing II.  The skills and techniques listed will be achieved as students use creative design principals to personalize their projects.

 

Course Map for

Clothing II

Taught by:  Grayce Rees

This is a semester class worth .5 Career Technology Education or Elective Credit. 

U.S.O.E. Core Standards, Objectives and C.T.E. Skills can be found at http://www.uen.org/core/
Core Standards and Performance Objectives which are bolded indicate that these requirements are new to Clothing II. 
The other Core Standards and Performance Objectives listed are a review of those mastered in Clothing I.

Reference Book:  Clothing FASHION, FABRICS & CONSTRUCTION by Glencoe, McGraw-Hill

Updated for 2009-2010 School Year

Term/Week

Content/Core Standards

Learning Activity/Performance Objectives

Assessment

Term 1:  Week 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Content:  Identification of sewing machine parts and their function, safety, and maintenance

 

Core Standards: 

20.0223-0101 Identify the needle stitch plate, feed dogs/system, presser foot, bobbin case, spool pin, upper thread tension, presser foot lever/lifter, thread take-up lever, foot pedal, hand wheel, stitch length control, and stitch width control.  Demonstrate how to replace a needle and how to turn the hand wheel when sewing.  Identify sewing safety precautions and procedures.  Clean, oil, and care for the machine according to the machine manual.

20.0113-0701 Identify sewing machine parts and their functions.  Explain the use of specialty feet zipper, buttonhole, blind hem and additional feet.  Review owner’s guide for care and specific maintenance of the machine.

20.0113.1002 Complete appropriate techniques for refining enclosed seams.  (clipping, notching, layering/grading, trimming)

The instructor will…

-Introduce students to classroom set-up, supplies and equipment. 

-Distribute student folders and storage totes.

-Demonstrate basic sewing techniques and procedures for machine care.

 

Following the demonstration by the instructor the student will…

-Identify the machine parts and functions and proper operation and care for the sewing machine.
–Demonstrate the proper use of sewing machine and equipment.
-Demonstrate threading the machine and winding the bobbin.
-Demonstrate replacing a needle and cleaning and oiling the machine
-Stitch a seam sample at 5/8” with backstitch and zigzag seam finish.

 

Performance Objectives:
20.0113-0702
Identify the parts of the sewing machine.  Operate and care for the sewing machine.

20.0113-0701 Using the owner’s manual, do basic sewing machine maintenance.

Daily Participation Points

 

Evaluation of student use of machines

 

Quiz on sewing machine parts, use and care

 

Evaluation of student’s ability to perform equipment related procedures properly.

 

Evaluation of student samples of straight and curved seams and functional and decorative stitches.

 


Evaluation of sample seam with 5/8” seam, backstitch and zigzag seam finish

 

Evaluation of Performance Objectives

Term 2: Week 2

 Content:  Basic Sewing Techniques

Core Standard:  
20.0113-0501 Identify and practice basic construction techniques:  basting, clean finish, clipping, edge stitching, facing, fold line, grading/layering, grainline (lengthwise, crosswise, bias), interfacing, notches, one-way directional patterns/prints, reinforce stitching, seam allowance, seam finishes, selvage, stay stitching, stitching line, stitch in the ditch, top stitching.

20.0013-1008 Learn correct application techniques for a trim or other decorative technique:  applying/inserting trims, ruffles, lace piping, decorative stitching, gripper snaps, machine embroidery or appliqués.

20.0113-0601 Complete appropriate seam and edge finishes.  A seam finish is applied to the raw fabric edges, used to prevent raveling/fraying.  Identify terms:  zigzagged, serged open, serged closed, clean finished, stitch and pink.

Content:  Basic Sewing Equipment

Core Standard: 
20.0113-104 Identify sewing equipment, function, and safety proceduresIdentify a seam ripper, dressmaker pins, shear/scissors, pinking shears, rotary cutter and mat, seam gauge, tape measure, and transparent rulers.  List sewing equipment safety precautions, procedures, and maintenance.

 

20.0013-1009 Identify types and complete correct application of hems.  Complete one of the following hemming techniques:  hand stitched hems, double fold hem, machine blind hem, rolled hem or other hemming techniques.  Apply correct edge finishes:  clean finished, zigzag, serged, stitched and pinked.  Identify steps of hem preparation:  appropriate length and width, reduce bulk, ease, pressing.  Identify types of hems:  machine blind hem, double fold hem, rolled hem, double needle, or hand hemming stitches.

Following the demonstration by the instructor students will…

-Sew straight and curved rows of stitching sew several rows of functional and decorative stitches while experimenting with stitch length and width.

20.0013-1008 Demonstrate one or more of the following decorative techniques:  applying/inserting trims, ruffles, lace, piping, decorative stitching, gripper snaps, machine embroidery, or appliqués.

-Students will follow demonstrated techniques to sew a seam in fabric with backstitching and zigzag seam finish.

-Following the demonstration by the instructor students will sew and label the following seam widths:  ¼”, 3/8”, ½”, 5/8”, ¾”, and 1”.

-Following the demonstration by the instructor students will machine stitch a double 1” sample hem.

-Following the demonstration by the instructor students will use two appropriate hand hem techniques to hem a double 1” sample hem.

Performance Objectives:  20.0113-0504 Construct correct seam allowances with appropriate edge and seam finishes.

20.0113-1009 Complete two of the following hemming techniques:  hand stitched hems, double fold hem, machine blind hem, rolled hem or other hemming technique.

20.0113-0608 Complete one or more of the following hand stitches:  blind stitch, hemstitch, slipstitch, whipstitch, or ladder stitch.

-Classroom team scavenger hunt:  Student groups will be assigned a number of items of small sewing equipment.  Team members will collect the items and report to the class where they were found, what they are used for, and what safety precautions should be used with each item.                       

 

Daily Participation Points

Evaluation of student sewing samples

 

 

 

 

Evaluation of sample sewing



Evaluation of group response

Evaluation of seams and seam finishes


Evaluation of blind hem

Evaluation of hand-sewn hem


Evaluation of group work

 

 

Evaluation of hemming techniques

 

 

 

 

 

 


Evaluation of student involvement for Daily Participation Points

Term 1:  Week 3

Content:  Identification of grainlines and characteristics of woven fabrics, preparation of woven fabrics for cutting, pattern layout and cutting procedures will be taught.

Core Standards: 
20.0113-0302 Discuss how fabric construction affects selection of fabric.  Identify the characteristics of woven fabrics.  Identify the characteristics of knit fabrics.  Identify the characteristics of non-woven/felting.

20.9113-0403 Correctly layout the pattern pieces on the fabric.  Preshrink fabric.  Press and straighten grain, if necessary.  Check for one-way and or nap layout.  Identify correct layout.  Check grainline.  Double check all pieces before cutting.

20.0113-0201 Students will identify basic pressing equipment.  Identify parts and functions of irons.  Identify temperature settings.  Explain safety procedures.  Explain the maitenenance of an iron.

20.0113-0202 Identify pressing cloth, sleeve roll, tailor’s ham, sleeve board.  Complete pressing/ironing techniques.  Demonstrate the use of fusables.

20.0113-0703 Practice advanced pressing techniques.  Incorporate the practice of “press as you sew”.  Use correct pressing equipment.

20.0113-0404 Use the correct spacing and positioning of pins.  Select and use appropriate cutting tool(s).  Cut notches away from the seam allowance.  Keep the fabric as flat as possible when cutting pattern pieces out.

-Following the instructor’s demonstration students will identify the lengthwise, crosswise and bias grainline of their selected fabric.

-Students will handle fabric samples and identify them as woven, non-woven or knit.

-Following the instructor’s demonstration students will straighten the grain of their selected fabric.

-Introduction of Stuff Bag: the bag may be used to store a sleeping bag, or be hung in a closet to collect dirty clothes.

-Introduction of pressing and ironing equipment.

-Following the demonstration by the instructor students will identify and properly use ironing equipment to press their fabric.

Performance Objective 20.0113-0505 Implement correct pressing techniques throughout project construction.

20.0113-0703 Utilize correct pressing techniques throughout the project construction.

-Following the instructor’s demonstration students will lay the pattern pieces for the stuff bag on the true grainline, pin, check and cut. 

Daily Participation Points

Evaluation of student ability to identify fabric grainlines

Quiz on grainlines

Evaluation of student ability to identify fabrics

Evaluation of student ability to straighten the grainline

Evaluation of student success at pattern layout and cutting procedures

Participation Points

Evaluation of student’s knowledge and use of ironing equipment.

 


Evaluation of student pressing techniques

Evaluation of pattern layout and permission to cut

Term 1:  Week 4

Content:  Correctly mark the necessary pattern markings on the fabric pieces.  Follow correct construction procedures for Stuff Bag.

Core Standards: 

20.0113-0405 Identify methods of marking.  Select and use the best type of marking for the fabric.

20.0113-0501 Identify and practice basic construction techniques:  basting, clean finish, clipping, edge stitching, facing, fold line, grading/layering, grainline (lengthwise, crosswise, bias), interfacing, notches, one-way directional patterns/prints, reinforce stitching, seam allowance, seam finishes, selvage, stay stitching, stitching line, stitch in the ditch, top stitching.

-Following the instructor’s demonstration students will use proper marking tools and make markings on their stuff bag.

-Following the instructor’s demonstration students will begin bag construction including clean finish on bag and pocket, and zigzag around bag and pocket pieces.  Students will sew the hem in the pocket, press and miter the pocket corners and apply the pocket to the bag front.  Students will edge stitch around the pocket and stitch a reinforcement triangle at top corners of the pocket. 

Performance Objective 20.0113-0603 Construct a patch pocket with mitered corners and reinforced top corners.

Daily Participation Points

Evaluation of student’s use of marking tools

Quiz on sewing and marking  tools

Evaluation of student’s sewing procedures

 


Evaluation of application of patch pocket.

Term 1:  Week 5

Content:  Stuff Bag construction continued.

Core Standard: 20.0113-0501 Identify and practice basic construction techniques:  basting, clean finish, clipping, edge stitching, facing, fold line, grading/layering, grainline (lengthwise, crosswise, bias), interfacing, notches, one-way directional patterns/prints, reinforce stitching, seam allowance, seam finishes, selvage, stay stitching, stitching line, stitch in the ditch, top stitching.

-Following the demonstration by the instructor students will pin the front and back of the Stuff Bag right sides together and stitch around the three sides of the bag using a 5/8” seam allowance, leaving the top 2” not sewn as marked.  Students will press the seams open and press a 1” casing towards the wrong side of the bag.  Students will sew the casing and square the corners of the bag.  Student will thread drawstrings through the casing.

Performance Objective 20.0113-0602 Construct an appropriate casing for the project.

Student will complete the self-evaluation form and answer the questions on a related worksheet.

Daily Participation Points

Self-evaluation of finished project

Self and instructor evaluation of student’s finished project

Evaluation of student worksheet

 


Self and instructor evaluation of Stuff Bag techniques

Term 1:  Week 6

Content:  Identify serger parts and their function, safety and maintenance.  Resolve sewing and serger malfunctions.

Core Standards:
20.0113-0102 Identify the needle stitch plate, feed dogs/system, presser foot, spool pin, thread tensions, presser foot lever/lefter, foot pedal, handwheel, stitch length control, stitch width control, and upper/lower knives.  Demonstrate how to replace a needle and how to turn the hand wheel with sewing.  Identify safety precautions and procedures when working with a serger.  Clean, oil, and care for serger according to machine manual.

20.0113.0702 Identify the parts of the sergerRefiew advantages of a serger.  Practice operating the serger, Practice securing seam ends.  Discuss and practice maintenance of a serger.

20.0113-0103 Explain how to remedy skipped stitches, lint removal, noisy sewing machine, puckered seams, snagged fabric, tension, breaking of needle, etc.  Complete basic problems encountered when sewing:  thread jam, broken needle, dull knives, incorrect stitch formation, etc.

Content:   Identify the information found on the pattern envelope.  Complete pattern preparation.

Core Standards:
20.0113-0401 Identify important information on the pattern envelope:  appropriate size, fabric type, notions, and yardage.  Identify important information found on the guide sheet:  select pattern pieces, layout, and construction steps.

20.0113-0402 Identify pattern tissue terminology/symbols:  grainline, arrows, notches, small dots, square, triangles, buttons and buttonholes, cutting line, stitching line, fold lines,.  Complete necessary pattern adjustments:  length or width.

 

-Students will watch a video on serger use and care.  Students will complete a worksheet naming the parts of the serger and be able to identify the parts on a classroom serger.

-Following the demonstration by the instructor students will become Level 1:  Serger Certified by doing the following:  stitching a straight serged seam, stitching curved seams (inside and outside), creating a reinforcement stitch at the beginning and end, stitching corners (inside and outside).

Following the demonstration by the instructor students will become Level 2:  Serger Certified by serging samples of the following:  adjusted stitch length (longer and shorter), adjusted stitch width (wider and narrower),  adjusted differential feed to ease, gather and stretch.

20.0113-0702 Operate and care for the serger.

-Following a demonstration by the instructor students will help one another take body measurements and determine pattern size.

-Following a demonstration by the instructor students will make fitting adjustments for length and width.

Performance Objective 20.0113-0401 Take basic body measurements to correctly determine pattern size.

20.0113.0901 Make fitting adjustments-demonstrate length and width adjustments.

-Each student will choose patterns for class projects such as skirt with darts, zipper and facing, a knit hooded jacket or a pair of Cargo pants. Students will be expected to complete 3 projects and must complete all of the required Skill Objectives in order with at least 80% mastery in order to earn a C or better in the class.  Students will evaluate the outside pattern envelope and discover the important information found thereon.  Groups of students will discuss and record the information and report their findings to the class.

-Students will select and purchase fabric and notions for their chosen pattern.

20.0113-0901 Select appropriate fabric, yardage, and notions for the project.

-Students will remove the pattern guide from their pattern envelopes and discover the important information found thereon.  Groups of students will discuss and record the information and report their findings to the class.

-Students will play “Symbol Pictionary” and draw selected symbols on the white board to be identified by their teammates.

Daily Participation Points

Evaluation of serger worksheet

Evaluation of student’s serged samples

Quiz on serger parts, use and care

Daily Participation Points’

Evaluation of student’s serged samples

 

 


Evaluation of measurement sheet

 

Evaluation of student ability to measure and adjust the pattern as needed

 

 

Evaluation of project choice and permission to move forward with construction

 

 

 

Evaluation of student responses and group reports

Evaluation of student selection of fabrics and notions

Term 1:  Week 6-7

Content:  Identify and use proper fabric preparation, pattern layout, cutting and marking techniques.

Core Standards:
20.9113-0403 Correctly layout the pattern pieces on the fabric.  Preshrink fabric.  Press and straighten grain, if necessary.  Check for one-way and or nap layout.  Identify correct layout.  Check grainline.  Double check all pieces before cutting.

20.0113.0902 Apply appropriate fabric and pattern preparation, layout, cutting and marking techniques.  Review pattern layout.  Review pattern placement.  Discuss one-way directional/nap layout.

20.0113-903 Practice correct cutting techniques.

20.0113-904 Demonstrate correct marking techniques. 

20.01103-0901 Identify necessary pattern information and alterations.  Measure accurately to determine the correct pattern size.  Use pattern envelope to determine correct type and amount of fabric.  Explain how to select correct pattern size.  Practice taking body and pattern measurements.  Make necessary pattern alterations.  Select appropriate fabric, yardage, and notions for the project.

20.0113-0201 Students will identify basic pressing equipment.  Identify parts and functions of irons.  Identify temperature settings.  Explain safety procedures.  Explain the maintenance of an iron.

20.0113-0703 Practice advanced pressing techniques.  Incorporate the practice of “press as you sew”.  Use correct pressing equipment.

20.0113-0202 Identify pressing cloth, sleeve roll, tailor’s ham, sleeve board.  Complete pressing/ironing techniques.  Demonstrate the use of fusables.

20.0113-0404 Use the correct spacing and positioning of pins.  Select and use appropriate cutting tool(s).  cut notches away from the seam allowance.  Keep the fabric as flat as possible when cutting pattern pieces out.

-Following demonstration by the instructor students will prepare fabric for pattern layout, including pressing and straightening the grain.

-Students will find the proper layout on their pattern guide and follow it for proper pattern layout.  Students will demonstrate the proper layout for one-way design and nap fabrics.

20.0113.0902 Demonstrate correct pattern layout techniques, including one-way directional, napped, or plaid fabrics.

-Following demonstration by the instructor students will lay and pin paper pattern pieces correctly on fabric and cut using proper techniques.

-Students will use appropriate marking tools to transfer pattern markings to the fabric.

Performance Objective: 20.0113-0607 Demonstrate the ability to follow directions/guide sheets throughout the project construction.

Performance Objective: 20.0113-Use commercially prepared directions/guide sheets.

20.0113-0703 Utilize correct pressing techniques throughout the project construction.

Daily Participation Points

 

Quiz on pattern layout, pinning, cutting and marking

Evaluation of pattern layout and permission to cut

 

Evaluation of cutting and marking techniques

 

 


Evaluation of student’s ability to follow written directions

 


Evaluation of pressing techniques

 

Term 1:  Week 7-8

Content:  Begin construction of chosen project the pattern guide.  Press garment correctly during construction.

20.0013-1010 Use commercially prepared directions/guide sheets throughout the garment construction.

Core Standard:  20.0113-0505 Identify direction seam allowance should be pressed.  Pressing is an up and down motion; ironing is a sliding motion.  Press as you sew.  Use correct temperature for fabric.  Use steam/moisture if appropriate.  Use pressing cloth to prevent scorching and/or shine marks.

20.0113-0703 Practice advanced pressing techniques.  Incorporate the practice of “press as you sew”.

20.0113-1003 Practice correct application techniques for attaching interfacings and facings.  Practice selecting and applying interfacings.  Discuss and practice how to apply a facing.

20.0113-10 Students will complete correct construction techniques at the intermediate level.

20.0013-1003 Practice correct application techniques for attaching interfacings and facings.  Practice selecting and applying interfacings.  Discuss and practice how to apply a facing.

20.0113-0501 Identify and practice basic construction techniques:  basting, clean finish, clipping, edge stitching, facing, fold line, grading/layering, grainline (lengthwise, crosswise, bias), interfacing, notches, one-way directional patterns/prints, reinforce stitching, seam allowance, seam finishes, selvage, stay stitching, stitching line, stitch in the ditch, top stitching.

20.0013-1011 Construction of button and buttonhole closures:  determine correct size of buttonhole.  Appropriately mark placement and stitch buttonholes.  Appropriately mark and attach buttons.

20.0113-0601 Complete appropriate seam and edge finishes.  A seam finish is applied to the raw fabric edges, used to prevent raveling/fraying.  Identify terms:  zigzagged, serged open, serged closed, clean finished, stitch and pink.

 

-Following the pattern instruction guide students will construct project.

-Student will implement correct ironing and pressing techniques throughout project.

-Student will select and apply interfacing to project as needed.

20.0113-1003 Select and apply interfacing

Performance Objective: 20.0113-0505 Implement correct pressing techniques throughout project construction.

Performance Objective:  20.0113-0504 Construct correct seam allowances with appropriate edge and seam finishes.

Performance Objective:  20.0113.1003 Apply facings or collars using staystitching, trimming, grading, clipping or notching, and understitching.

Performance Objective:  20.0113.1004 Mark and construct one or more of the following:  darts, tucks, pleats, or gathers.

Performance Objective:  20.0113.1008 Demonstrate one or more of the following decorative techniques:  applying/inserting trims, ruffles, lace, piping, decorative stitching, gripper snaps, machine embroidery, or appliqués.

-Following the demonstration by the instructor students will practice sample buttonholes.  Students will pick a button and make the buttonhole the correct size for the button.  Student will sew the button onto fabric using correct techniques.

Performance Objective 20.0113-0604 Construct a buttonhole.

Performance objective 20.0113-1011 Construct button and buttonhole closures.

Performance objective 20.0113-1005 Mark and sew in one or more correct sleeve applications.

Daily Participation Points

Evaluation of student construction techniques

 

Evaluation of pressing and ironing techniques

 

 

Evaluation of seam allowances and seam finishes



Self and instructor evaluation of projects or samples

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Evaluation of button and buttonhole closures.

Term 1:  Week 9

Content:  Completion of Project work.  Students must select projects that meet the Performance Objectives as listed.

Core Standards: 20.0113-0302 Discuss how fabric construction affects selection of fabric.  Identify the characteristics of woven fabrics.  Identify the characteristics of knit fabrics.  Identify the characteristics of non-woven/felting.

20.0013-1007 Learn uses of and apply an appropriate closure technique:  snaps, hook and eye, pant/skirt hook.

While students are completing their projects, instructor will administer a skills test to each student.  Each of the Performance Objectives listed above will be evaluated.  Goals will be set for those not completing all of the objectives.  Objectives not accomplished with 80% accuracy will need to be repeated during second term.

 

-Student will apply and appropriate closure on a project or sample.

Daily Participation Points

Evaluation of Performance Objectives

 

 


Evaluation of closure application

Term 2:  Week 1-2

Content:  Construction of a knit project:  fleece hats and mittens.  Enrichment project for advanced students:  fleece blankets or pillows.

Core Standard:  20.0113.0607 Use commercially prepared directions/guidesheets throughout pattern construction.

20.0013-1004 Construct techniques for darts, tucks, pleats, or gathering.

20.0113-1005 Construct techniques for constructing sleeves (kimono, raglan, st in (closed seam open/falt)

-Students will identify characteristics of knit fabric:  stretch, loft, texture and etc.

-Following the demonstration by the instructor and pattern instructions, students will complete a project using knit fabric such as a hooded jacket.

Performance Objective:  20.0113.0607 Demonstrate the ability to follow directions/guidesheets throughout project construction.

Daily Participation Points


Self and instructor evaluation of knit projects

 

Evaluation of student’s ability to follow written directions

Term 2:  Week 3

Content:  Examine and select correct thread for the project.  Compare and select correct machine needles.  Sew on a button.

Core Standards: 
20.0113-502 Standard thread is all purpose/cotton, wrapped polyester.  Specialty threads:  quilting, heavy duty, embroidery, metallic, etc.  Serger thread is lighter weight than standard sewing machine threads.  Quality thread prevents stitching problems.

20.0013-1001 Practice intermediate stitching techniques.  Review thread characteristics and selection.  Review needle characteristics and selection.  Identify stitching terminology:  dart, ease stitching, gathering, pleat, tuck, understitching, staystitching.

20.0113-0503 Identify needle types:  universal, sharp and ball point.  Needle sizes:  the bigger the number the bigger the needle.  Lengthwise groove on the needle carries the thread.  Insert needle according to machine manual.

-Students will match threads with proposed projects and fabrics.

Cooperative Learning:  Comparison Matrix
Students will identify differences and similarities in sewing threads.  Groups will report their findings to the class.
 
-Class discussion and hands on inspection of various types of machine needles.  Students will identify the numbering system used for needles and match the best needle for the purpose and fabric.  Student will complete a needle worksheet.

 

Daily Participation Points

Evaluation of group reports
Evaluation of student ability to match thread to projects, equipment and fabrics

Evaluation of worksheet

Quiz on threads and needles appropriate to project, equipment and fabrics

 

Term 2:  Week 4-5

Content:  Construction of Sports Bag (round style)

Core Standards:  20.0113-1006 Apply correct techniques for inserting zippers (centered, lapped, fly or exposed/sport).

20.0013-1006 Apply correct techniques for inserting zippers (centered, lapped, fly or exposed/sport).

Repetition and practice of core standards previously listed.

-Students will follow commercially prepared pattern guide and teacher instruction to complete a sports bag.  Techniques include:  sewing on nylon fabric, sewing with webbing, applying a sports zipper.

20.0113-1006 Demonstrate one or more correct zipper applications.

Daily Participation  Points

Evaluation of student construction techniques and ability to follow instruction guide

Evaluation of zipper application

Term 2:  Week 6

Content:  Identify basic fibers, the characteristics, use and care of each textile.  Identify laundry and stain removal techniques.

Core Standard:  20.0113-0301 Identify natural fibers:  cotton, silk, linen, and wool.  Identify synthetic fibers:  nylon, polyester, acrylic, rayon, spandex, and acetate.  Identify blended yarns/threads.  Practice stain removal techniques.

20.0113-801 Identify basic fibers.

20.0113-802 Identify various types of fabric construction.  Identify basic weaves (plain, basket, twill, satin).  Identify knits, identify non-woven fabrics

-Instructor will present a lecture/discussion on fibers and textiles using overheads.  Students will inspect various fibers and textiles and become familiar with their characteristics and care.

-Cooperative learning groups will explore specific fibers and textiles and report their findings to the class.

-Students will watch a video on laundry and stain removal and practice identifying and removing stains.

Daily Participation Points

 


Evaluation of group reports



Evaluation of stain removal techniques

Term 2:  Week 7

Content:  Review for the State Test.  State Test given.

Core Standards:  All standards will be reviewed.

-Students will pass off final Skill Objectives with 80% mastery or better. 

-Review games:  memory equipment I.D., Bingo, pocket matching, pictionary, thumbs up etc.

-Discussions

-Worksheet/study guide

-Overheads and Power Points

-State Test Administered

Daily Participation Points

Evaluation of Skill Objective mastery

Evaluation of student knowledge based on discussion and participation

Evaluation of worksheet and study guide

Practice test

State Test Scores

Term 2:  Week 8-9

Content:  Completion of Project Work

Core Standards:  Continual practice of previously documented standards and objectives.

The selection of the final project will be determined by the instructor and students.  By this point all of the required Performance Objectives previously listed should have been met with 80% accuracy or better.  Students still needing to meet objectives must complete projects or samples meeting those requirements.  

Daily Participation Points

Self and instructor evaluation of student techniques on final project