Copyright © Notice: The materials are copyrighted © and trademarked as the property of The Curriculum Center for Family and Consumer Sciences, Texas Tech University Fashion Promotion Course: Practicum in Fashion Design Grade Level: 11-12 Extended Practicum in Fashion Design Grade Level: 11-12 Topic: Visual displays Practicum in Fashion Design TEKS Addressed: (13) The student develops, implements, and evaluates a promotional plan. The student is expected to: (A) identify components of the promotional mix, such as advertising, visual merchandising, and personal selling. (B) demonstrate visual merchandising techniques for fashion goods, services, or ideas. (E) employ ethical practices in promotional activities. (15) The student creates product displays using the principles of design. The student is expected to: (A) identify components used in developing displays. (B) determine ways in which design elements and principles are used in the creation of displays. (C) describe types and uses of interior and exterior displays. (D) create window or other displays of fashion and apparel products. Extended Practicum in Fashion Design TEKS Addressed: (6) The student participates in a fashion design experience. The student is expected to: (A) conduct, document, and evaluate learning activities in a supervised fashion design experience. (D) create product displays using the principles of design. (F) demonstrate growth of technical skill competencies. FCS National Standards Addressed: 16.5 Evaluate elements of textiles, fashion, and apparel merchandising. 16.5.1 Apply marketing strategies for textiles, fashion, and apparel in the global marketplace. 16.5.4 Analyze external factors that influence merchandising. 16.5.5 Critique a variety of methods for promoting textiles, fashion and apparel to diverse populations.
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