Hardock, R.

fashionillustration
TEACHER Ms. Hardock WEEK NUMBER 1
SUBJECT AREA

Fashion Design

MATERIALS  scissors, glue magazine, sketch journal
GRADE 7-8    

GOALS/OBJECTIVE

  • students will learn to define fashion & general terminology
  •  research visual examples

UNIT/ORGANIZING

PRICIPLE:

COURSE INTRODUCTION: Organization of Thoughts to Create & Complete Visual Images – 
CREATIVE PROCESS: Higher Order Thinking & Reasoning – Innovation, Intention, Focus, and Practice

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS:

What is fashion?

How is it developed/decided?  How do we apply fashion and these terms everyday?
  • Students will learn introduction to general fashion terminology & create collage in sketch journal using fashion magazines of terminology
  • TEACHER Ms. Hardock WEEK NUMBER 2-4
    SUBJECT AREA

    Fashion Design

    MATERIALS  pencil, pens, colored pencils, sketchbook, markers, silhouette cheat sheet
    GRADE 7-8    

    GOALS/OBJECTIVE

    • students will learn to illustrate a fashion model form
    • students will learn to illustrate clothing 
    • students will learn different silhouettes of clothing/terms

    UNIT/ORGANIZING

    PRICIPLE:

    COURSE INTRODUCTION: Organization of Thoughts to Create & Complete Visual Images – 
    CREATIVE PROCESS: Higher Order Thinking & Reasoning – Innovation, Intention, Focus, and Practice

    ACADEMIC LANGUAGE

    Drawing skills:contour, measurement, perspective, shading, value scale

    media/medium: pencil, pen/ink, collage, charcoal, marker, pastel  classroom rules/respect for borrowed materials and proper use
  • Learn how to illustrate a “fashion croquis” as well as illustrate face, hair and clothing.
  • Learn how to apply color and to create the appearance of dimension and color application.
  • Learn styles  & silhouettes of designs
TEACHER Ms. Hardock WEEK NUMBER 5-6
SUBJECT AREA

Fashion Design

MATERIALS  pencil, pens, colored pencils, sketchbook, markers, silhouette cheat sheet, poster 
GRADE 7-8    

GOALS/OBJECTIVE

  • students make design inspired by unconventional material
  • students will learn to principles of design to apply to presentation and final design
  • students will learn to self evaluate art, as well as positive critique peers

UNIT/ORGANIZING

PRICIPLE:

COURSE INTRODUCTION: Organization of Thoughts to Create & Complete Visual Images – 
CREATIVE PROCESS: Higher Order Thinking & Reasoning – Innovation, Intention, Focus, and Practice

ACADEMIC LANGUAGE

Drawing skills:contour, measurement, perspective, shading, value scale

critique art work: self evaluate, peer review and critique  classroom rules/respect for borrowed materials and proper use
  • Two weeks to complete project of fashion design using proportional croquis, full color with application of unconventional material. 
  • Students will use critical thinking to apply design with material other than fabric to create a 3-D design.
  • Will create board with design using unconventional material, creative board design and title
  • Students will present project and explain process, allow for questions as well as peer evaluation. 
TEACHER Ms. Hardock WEEK NUMBER 7-8
SUBJECT AREA

Fashion Design

MATERIALS  fabric, scissors, needle, thread
GRADE 7-8    

GOALS/OBJECTIVE

  • students learn how fabric is developed
  • students will learn history of fashion and fabric development
  • students will learn hand sewing techniques and applications

UNIT/ORGANIZING

PRICIPLE:

COURSE INTRODUCTION: Organization of Thoughts to Create & Complete Visual Images – 
CREATIVE PROCESS: Higher Order Thinking & Reasoning – Innovation, Intention, Focus, and Practice

ACADEMIC LANGUAGE

art history, fabric history and world history

   classroom rules/respect for borrowed materials and proper use
  • Students follow powerpoint presentation talking about fabric history and how fabric is constructed (specifically woven) 
  • Students learn materials used in the fashion industry (needles, thread, sewing machines, fabric) and how to identify them
  • I will lead a demonstration of 4 hand sewing stitches that they will demonstrate onto a small fabric swatch
TEACHER Ms. Hardock WEEK NUMBER 8-9
SUBJECT AREA

Fashion Design

MATERIALS  fabric, scissors, needle, thread, batting
GRADE 7-8 ASSIGNMENT FOCUS/PROJECT  pin cushion

GOALS/OBJECTIVE

  • students learn what a pattern is/ used for
  • student’s learn how to cut out pattern pieces to construct
  • students will practice & apply hand sewing techniques 

UNIT/ORGANIZING

PRICIPLE:

COURSE INTRODUCTION: Organization of Thoughts to Create & Complete Visual Images – 
CREATIVE PROCESS: Higher Order Thinking & Reasoning – Innovation, Intention, Focus, and Practice

ACADEMIC LANGUAGE

art history, fabric history and world history

   classroom rules/respect for borrowed materials and proper use
  • Students applied the learned hand sewing techniques to construct a felt pin cushion
  • Using instructions and demonstration, students must apply 3 hand sewing techniques to construct a small pin cushion from 3 different base patterns 
  • Can create different colors and thread styles to show individual creativity.
TEACHER Ms. Hardock WEEK NUMBER 10-11
SUBJECT AREA

Fashion Design

MATERIALS  computer, notebook
GRADE 7-8 ASSIGNMENT FOCUS/PROJECT Blue Ice Age Fashion Show (mood board & sketch)

GOALS/OBJECTIVE

  • students learn how to apply principles of design to fashion design
  • students are introduced to Adobe Illustrator
  • students learn what a Mood Board is

UNIT/ORGANIZING

PRICIPLE:

COURSE INTRODUCTION: Organization of Thoughts to Create & Complete Visual Images – 
CREATIVE PROCESS: Higher Order Thinking & Reasoning – Innovation, Intention, Focus, and Practice

ACADEMIC LANGUAGE

21st century theme: global awareness

21st century skills: communication and collaboration  classroom rules/respect for borrowed materials and proper use
  • Students are grouped into design teams and brainstorm a fashion design
  • Students learn the design process starting with the creation of a Mood board. 
  • Students will create their mood board digitally using Adobe Illustrator (learn tools: direction selection, fill, line, shape tool, text tool)
  • Using Mood Board, students make a fashion sketch of their fashion design and discuss unconventional material application.
TEACHER Ms. Hardock WEEK NUMBER 12-14
SUBJECT AREA

Fashion Design

MATERIALS  computer, notebook
GRADE 7-8 ASSIGNMENT FOCUS/PROJECT Blue Ice Age Fashion Show (patterning)

GOALS/OBJECTIVE

  • students learn fashion patterns, how they are developed 
  • students learn how to pattern draft from base patterns
  • Learn how to distinguish silhouettes from pattern to finished product

UNIT/ORGANIZING

PRICIPLE:

COURSE INTRODUCTION: Organization of Thoughts to Create & Complete Visual Images – 
CREATIVE PROCESS: Higher Order Thinking & Reasoning – Innovation, Intention, Focus, and Practice

ACADEMIC LANGUAGE

21st century theme: scientific and numerical literacy

21st century skills: communication and collaboration, creativity and innovation  classroom rules/respect for borrowed materials and proper use
  • Students will pick a design based upon options for silhouettes. 
  • Students will learn how to pattern draft from a base pattern as well as add seam allowance to the finished product & how to properly cut them out
  • Students will learn terminology associated with patterns (draft, base, seam allowance, notches, markings, darts)
TEACHER Ms. Hardock WEEK NUMBER 15
SUBJECT AREA

Fashion Design

MATERIALS  scissors, muslin, fabric dye
GRADE 7-8 ASSIGNMENT FOCUS/PROJECT Blue Ice Age Fashion Show (final design)

GOALS/OBJECTIVE

  • students learn historically how pigment is added to fabric 
  • students learn how to apply die to their muslin garments

UNIT/ORGANIZING

PRICIPLE:

COURSE INTRODUCTION: Organization of Thoughts to Create & Complete Visual Images – 
CREATIVE PROCESS: Higher Order Thinking & Reasoning – Innovation, Intention, Focus, and Practice

ACADEMIC LANGUAGE

21st century theme: scientific and numerical literacy

21st century skills: communication and collaboration, creativity and innovation, global and environmental literacy  classroom rules/respect for borrowed materials and proper use
  • Presented a powerpoint on the historical methods of fabric dying and how pigment is used to dye clothes today. Demonstrate two different methods of fabric dying (ombre & ice-dying)
  • Students who choose to apply this to their designs were able to independently dye their garments.
TEACHER Ms. Hardock WEEK NUMBER 15-18
SUBJECT AREA

Fashion Design

MATERIALS  scissors, muslin, thread, unconventional material
GRADE 7-8 ASSIGNMENT FOCUS/PROJECT Blue Ice Age Fashion Show (final design)

GOALS/OBJECTIVE

  • students learn parts of the sewing machine
  • students learn how to thread machine and bobbin
  • students learn how to sew stitches into a completed design

UNIT/ORGANIZING

PRICIPLE:

COURSE INTRODUCTION: Organization of Thoughts to Create & Complete Visual Images – 
CREATIVE PROCESS: Higher Order Thinking & Reasoning – Innovation, Intention, Focus, and Practice

ACADEMIC LANGUAGE

21st century theme: scientific and numerical literacy

21st century skills: communication and collaboration, creativity and innovation, basic literacy   classroom rules/respect for borrowed materials and proper use
  • They will use patterns created previously, and will use them to cut out muslin fabric which is the base for their final fashion design 
  • Students learn the parts of the machine, how they work together and how to properly thread machine and bobbin. 
  • Students learn the steps involved in how to construct a garment start to finish via demonstration and personal practice. 
  • Students use their creativity to finish design with unconventional application into their final design following mood board and show theme as inspiration. 
  • Students present their fashion designs to class, present any artist statement and self evaluate individually and as a group, allow questions and than evaluate and critique fellow peers.
TEACHER Ms. Hardock WEEK NUMBER 17
SUBJECT AREA

Fashion Design

MATERIALS  final design, accessories
GRADE 7-8 ASSIGNMENT FOCUS/PROJECT Blue Ice Age Fashion Show (fashion show)

GOALS/OBJECTIVE

  • students learn how a fashion show is presented
  • students learn about staging & how to present designs
  • students participate in an outside school event 
  • learn about global awareness & “giving back”

UNIT/ORGANIZING

PRICIPLE:

COURSE INTRODUCTION: Organization of Thoughts to Create & Complete Visual Images – 
CREATIVE PROCESS: Higher Order Thinking & Reasoning – Innovation, Intention, Focus, and Practice

ACADEMIC LANGUAGE

21st century theme: global awareness

21st century skills: communication and collaboration, creativity and innovation, basic literacy  life and career skills: initiative and self direction, leadership and responsibility
  • Students participate in a full fashion presentation of their designs
  • Students participate in a rehearsal process with demonstration on how to present themselves as “models” showcasing their design during the process 
  • Students understand how to adjust garments to fit the model as well as style their design to make the design more appealing.
  • Students participate in the judgement of outside community members with feedback on their designs.
TEACHER Ms. Hardock WEEK NUMBER 19
SUBJECT AREA

Fashion Design

MATERIALS  sketch book, iPad
GRADE 7-8 ASSIGNMENT FOCUS/PROJECT Elements of Design

GOALS/OBJECTIVE

  • students learn about elements of design
  • students choose an element of design to research a favorite design and discuss how the element of design is used
  • Students are paired into design teams to use their element of design into the design process

UNIT/ORGANIZING

PRICIPLE:

COURSE INTRODUCTION: Organization of Thoughts to Create & Complete Visual Images – 
CREATIVE PROCESS: Higher Order Thinking & Reasoning – Innovation, Intention, Focus, and Practice

ACADEMIC LANGUAGE

Informational, media and technical skill: informational and technology literacy

21st century skills: communication and collaboration, creativity and innovation, basic literacy  life and career skills: initiative and self direction, leadership and responsibility
  • Students take notes on what the elements of design are, than break away to research one element further and find a fashion design that has this as the main focus.
  • Students are than paired into design teams to brainstorm a new design for the next fashion show “Garden Remix”
  • A rough sketch is created for the fashion design
TEACHER Ms. Hardock WEEK NUMBER 19-20
SUBJECT AREA

Fashion Design

MATERIALS  fabric, scissors, sewing machine, thread
GRADE 7-8 ASSIGNMENT FOCUS/PROJECT Sewing Swatch #1

GOALS/OBJECTIVE

  • students learn different type of stitches beyond straight
  • students learn how to distinguish stitch styles

UNIT/ORGANIZING

PRICIPLE:

COURSE INTRODUCTION: Organization of Thoughts to Create & Complete Visual Images – 
CREATIVE PROCESS: Higher Order Thinking & Reasoning – Innovation, Intention, Focus, and Practice

ACADEMIC LANGUAGE

classroom rules/respect for borrowed materials and proper use

21st century skills: communication, basic literacy, critical thinking  life and career skills: initiative and self direction, leadership and responsibility, productivity and accountability
  • Students refresh on stitch styles used in collaborative fashion design project. 
  • All students must complete a swatch that has a seam, topstitch, stay stitch and dart that was used in the Blue Ice Age Fashion Show and into the Garden Remix Fashion Show. 
  • They must label each stitch style and follow directions on stitch details as well as seam allowance directions.
TEACHER Ms. Hardock WEEK NUMBER 21-22
SUBJECT AREA

Fashion Design

MATERIALS  iPad, Desktop iMac
GRADE 7-8 ASSIGNMENT FOCUS/PROJECT

Garden Remix Fashion Show (mood board, digital sketch & logo)

GOALS/OBJECTIVE

  • students learn how to make complete shapes and create designs into Adobe Illustrator
  • Students incorporate design elements into logo, mood board and digital sketch
  • Students write an artist statement for logo and fashion design

 

UNIT/ORGANIZING

PRICIPLE:

COURSE INTRODUCTION: Organization of Thoughts to Create & Complete Visual Images – 
CREATIVE PROCESS: Higher Order Thinking & Reasoning – Innovation, Intention, Focus, and Practice

ACADEMIC LANGUAGE

classroom rules/respect for borrowed materials and proper use

21st century skills: communication, basic literacy, critical thinking  life and career skills: initiative and self direction, leadership and responsibility, productivity and accountability
  • Students take rough sketch for fashion design and transform it into a digital design into Adobe Illustrator, incorporating a variety of tools (shape, pen, selection tools, fill, symbols) and make a complete and fully colored illustration following standards for croquis and fabric rendering. 
  • Students design a logo using variety of tools (as well as the shape builder) that represents their group as well as their fashion design.
  • Students create a digital mood board that incorporates all previous tools.
  • Students will transfer digital designs and artist statements to a powerpoint for final presentation
TEACHER Ms. Hardock WEEK NUMBER 21-24
SUBJECT AREA

Fashion Design

MATERIALS  paper, pencil, pattern
GRADE 7-8 ASSIGNMENT FOCUS/PROJECT Garden Remix Fashion Show (pattern)

GOALS/OBJECTIVE

  • students learn what measurements on the body are used within pattern
  • students learn how to manipulate pattern to accommodate design

UNIT/ORGANIZING

PRICIPLE:

COURSE INTRODUCTION: Organization of Thoughts to Create & Complete Visual Images – 
CREATIVE PROCESS: Higher Order Thinking & Reasoning – Innovation, Intention, Focus, and Practice

ACADEMIC LANGUAGE

classroom rules/respect for borrowed materials and proper use

21st century skills: scientific and numerical literacy, critical thinking  life and career skills: initiative and self direction, leadership and responsibility, productivity and accountability
  • I present patterns used and at which point is where you measure model. 
  • Students measure model used for their final fashion design and change their patterns accordingly to have desirable fit. 
  • Students manipulate pattern to accommodate final fashion design, adding seam allowance and proper marking to their patterns.
TEACHER Ms. Hardock WEEK NUMBER 23-24
SUBJECT AREA

Fashion Design

MATERIALS  fabric, scissors, sewing machine, thread
GRADE 7-8 ASSIGNMENT FOCUS/PROJECT Sewing Swatch #2 (finishings)

GOALS/OBJECTIVE

  • students learn terminology associated with “finishings” of garment construction
  • students research terms, define them and construct a swatch that has the stitch styles

UNIT/ORGANIZING

PRICIPLE:

COURSE INTRODUCTION: Organization of Thoughts to Create & Complete Visual Images – 
CREATIVE PROCESS: Higher Order Thinking & Reasoning – Innovation, Intention, Focus, and Practice

ACADEMIC LANGUAGE

classroom rules/respect for borrowed materials and proper use

21st century skills: communication, basic literacy, critical thinking 

life and career skills: initiative and self direction, leadership and responsibility, productivity and accountability

  • Students researching using the internet to define the following “finishings” : roll hem, hong kong, bias bound
  • Students will create a swatch that has the finishes and will mark them for future reference
TEACHER Ms. Hardock WEEK NUMBER 25-27
SUBJECT AREA

Fashion Design

MATERIALS  fabric, scissors, sewing machine, thread
GRADE 7-8 ASSIGNMENT FOCUS/PROJECT

Garden Remix Fashion Show (final design)

GOALS/OBJECTIVE

  • students sew fashion design according to directions given, as well as demonstration
  • students will be graded on their ability to follow design directions and understanding of stitching

UNIT/ORGANIZING

PRICIPLE:

COURSE INTRODUCTION: Organization of Thoughts to Create & Complete Visual Images – 
CREATIVE PROCESS: Higher Order Thinking & Reasoning – Innovation, Intention, Focus, and Practice

ACADEMIC LANGUAGE

classroom rules/respect for borrowed materials and proper use

21st century skills: communication, basic literacy, critical thinking 

life and career skills: initiative and self direction, leadership and responsibility, productivity and accountability

  • Students will follow construction directions using their understanding of stitches used in the directions as well as finishing details. 
  • Must incorporate two elements of design into final construction and follow “Garden Remix” theme.