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This instructional guide for a one-half credit technological laboratory course for grades 10-12 focuses on apparel from the perspectives of personal decision making related to apparel, the apparel industry, and career preparation. Introductory materials are a course description; overview of course design; facilities, equipment, and resources; and how to use the instructional guide. Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for Home Economics Education are presented in a two-column format with numbered general knowledge and skills statements in the left column and related statements of expected student performance on the right. Sample block plans and a block planning master illustrate one way to carry out the course. The instructional strategies section allots two pages for strategies addressing each statement of expected student performance. Each strategy has a number and header designation. Examples of headers are brainstorming, case study, class discussion, game, group activity, laboratory experience, research, role play, and skit. A light bulb icon beside a header indicates that creative teaching techniques are suggested in another section. A notes column on each page displays information and icons that point out where teaching aids have been used and other pertinent information. A list of resources is provided. Other sections provide supervised career-connections experiences, blended activities, creative ideas, TAAS objectives and proficiency, bibliography, and teaching aids (transparency masters, student information sheets, activity sheets, assessment devices, and other tools). (YLB)

Descriptors: Career Choice, Career Education, Clothing, Consumer Education, Curriculum Guides, Decision Making, Employment Potential, Fashion Industry, High Schools, Home Economics, Home Economics Skills, Instructional Materials, Learning Activities, Money Management, Practical Arts, Purchasing, State Programs, Statewide Planning, Teaching Guides, Textiles Instruction











Author: Rambo, Patti

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=6502&id=ED439280







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