Fashion Design II, Fashion Design II Lab, Practicum in Fashion Design, Extended Practicum in Fashion Design

Outline of Course FD II TEKS FD II Lab TEKS Practicum in FD Extended Practicum- FD
Locating Employment
Training, education, and certification 1 (A) 1 (A) 1 (A) 1 (B)
Completing job search documents 1 (C) 1 (C) 1 (C)  
Locating employment opportunities 1 (C) 1 (C) 1 (C, E)  
Interviewing for jobs 1 (C) 1 (C) 1 (C)  
Career Portfolio 1 (D); 2 (A); 3 (A-B); 4 (A-B); 5 1 (D); 2 (A); 3 (A-B); 4 (A-B); 5 1 (D); 2 (A); 3 (A-B); 4 (A-B); 5 2 (A); 3; 6 (H)
Entrepreneurship 1 (E) 1 (E) 1 (F)  
Professional associations 8 (C) 8 (C) 8 (C)  
Employability Skills
Time management, organization, and accuracy 1 (B); 10 1 (B); 10 1 (B); 10 1 (C)
Teamwork and leadership 8 (A-B) 8 (A-B) 8 (A-B)  
Professional communications 3 (C-G) 3 (C-G) 3 (A-G) 2 (B-E)
Positive work behaviors 1 (B) 1 (B) 1 (B); 3 (G) 1 (C); 2 (E)
Health and wellness 1 (B) 1 (B) 1 (B) 1 (C)
Mentor skills 8 (D) 8 (D) 8 (D)  
Design portfolio 14 (A-F) 14 (A-E)   6 (H)
Workplace Safety and Health
Safety in the workplace 7 7 7; 18 (G) 4 (A-B)
Ethical and Legal Responsibilities
Ethical standards and practices 9 (A-B) 9 (A-B) 9 (A-B) 5 (A-B)
Laws, policies, and procedures 9 (D- F) 9 (D-E, G)   5 (D)
Intellectual property 9 (C) 9 (C) 9 (B)  

Fashion Design II

Outline of Course FD II TEKS FD II Lab TEKS
Development of Fashion
Influences on fashion development 6; 11 (A-D) 6
Historical designers 11 (A, E)  
Mass production techniques 12 (A)  
Haute couture 12 (B)  
Fashion History
Historic fashions 2 (A); 10; 11 (A) 2 (A); 10
Fashion Image Analysis
Personal fashion image analysis 15 (A-C) 16 (A-C)
Quality Fashion Construction
General procedures; Equipment   15 (A, F)
Safe practices   15 (F)
Patternmaking   2 (A-B); 4 (A-B); 5; 7; 11 (A-C); 15 (D, F)
Garment fitting   15 (B-E)
Construction   15 (B, F)
Textiles
Textile art   7; 8 (A-B); 10; 12 (A-C); 13 (C)
Textile analysis   13 (A-B, D-E)
Influences on Fashion Industry
Influences on fashion industry 13 (A-D)  
Fashion Show
Fashion show production 2 (A-B); 3 (A-G); 4 (A-B); 5; 7; 8 (A-D); 10 2 (A-B); 3 (A-G); 4 (A-B); 5; 7; 8 (A-D); 10; 11 (A-C); 15 (A-F)

Practicum in Fashion Design

Outline of Course Practicum in FD Extended Practicum in FD
Product Development
Business plan 2 (A-B); 3 (A-B); 4 (A-B); 5; 10  
Fashion buying 10; 11 (E-G) 6 (E-F)
Marketing fashion 2 (A-B); 3 (A-G); 5; 12 (A-I); 14 (B); 18 (F) 5 (C); 6 (F)
Retail merchandising 4 (A-B); 11 (A-D, H); 16 (E); 17 (A-C); 18 (B, D-E) 6 (B, F-G)
Apparel line creation 4 (A-B); 5; 10 1 (A); 6 (F)
Fashion Promotion
Promotion strategies 3 (A-G); 4 (A-B); 5; 13 (C-E); 14 (A-E) 6 (A, F-G)
FREE! - Visual displays 13 (A-B, E); 15 (A-D) 6 (A, D, F)
Fashion shows 7; 10; 14 (E-I) 6 (A, C-D, F-G)
Fashion event production 3 (D-J); 4 (A-B); 5; 6; 8 (B, D); 10; 14 (E) 1 (A, C-E); 6 (A, C-D, F-G)
Business Practices
Client services 16 (A-D); 17 (B, D)  
Operational costs 5; 18 (A-F)  

Contributors

  • Patti Rambo, former Director, The Curriculum Center for Family and Consumer Sciences
  • Rachel Anderson, M.F.A., Assistant Professor, Texas Tech University
  • Becky Martinez, Business Coordinator, Editor, The Curriculum Center for Family and Consumer Sciences
  • Derrick Pedersen, IT Support Specialist I, The Curriculum Center for Family and Consumer Sciences
  • Katie Sierega, former Student Assistant, The Curriculum Center for Family and Consumer Sciences