SEQUENCE OF COURSES

ABOUT FASHION

The purpose of this course is to provide students with the foundation to design and create garments. This includes the history of fashion, trend forecasting, the fashion cycle, as well as an understanding of textiles. Students will learn elements and principles of design to illustrate their designs and produce them through pattern making and manipulation, and garment construction. Recommended prerequisite: TAC2010 Arts and Communication Career Pathway Core.

 

ACCP CORE

This course is designed for students who plan to pursue careers in the Arts and Communication Career Pathway. Students will be introduced to basic concepts in Visual, Fashion, Performing, Written, and Media Arts. Using an interdisciplinary approach, the following concepts will be covered: 1) Innovation 2) Legal and Ethical Issues 3) Communication 4) Aesthetics 5) Problem Solving 6) Safety.

 

FASHION 1

The purpose of this course is to provide students with the foundation to design and create garments. This includes the history of fashion, trend forecasting, the fashion cycle, as well as an understanding of textiles. Students will learn elements and principles of design to illustrate their designs and produce them through pattern making and manipulation, and garment construction. 

 

DIRECTED STUDIES

This course is designed for the student who wants to pursue knowledge/skill development beyond the level of identified Programs of Study. Emphasis is on arts and communication with opportunities to investigate, design, construct, and evaluate solutions to problems in this career pathway.

 

  ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Entrepreneurship

 

CAPSTONE

A Capstone Project reflects the culmination of knowledge, skills, and attitudes by senior students in the Arts and Communications Technology Career Pathway. This senior project provides a venue for seniors to plan and execute individualized-study on a topic of particular interest to them. Participants will have their independent study and research periodically assessed by the instructor. Students are to enlist the guidance of an adult mentor from the school or community.