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Apparel and Textiles Instructor

Emily Housley

Century High School
CTE

Apparel and Textiles Pathway

Apparel and Textiles Pathway

Apparel and Textiles Courses

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36041 Teen Living B - 1 Trimester - CHS/HHS/NHHS/PHS 9 10 
This course emphasizes child development, child nutrition, personal and family clothing needs, wardrobe planning and care, basic sewing skills, housing and design basics. FC 0101
 

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36361 Fashion & Textile Design - 1 Trimester - CHS/HHS 10 11 12
This class will address the basic skills needed for personal, family, home and theatre costume textile needs. Emphasis is on skill development in planning, construction, acquisition, and care of apparel and home textile products and services. Instruction includes design principles, fiber identification and characteristics, fabric construction, ready-made choices, fabrics and notions, selecting patterns, proper use and care of tools and equipment, basic construction techniques, and related career opportunities. Learn how to use embroidery machines to personalize your designs. Projects will include a pillowcase, pajama pants, and a recycle/redesign project. Students are responsible for the cost of their projects. 
FC 0555  
 

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36321 Apparel Construction Fundamentals - 1 Trimester - CHS 11 12
Prerequisite:  Fashion & Textile Design
This course will provide students with instruction in consumer and industrial machinery to construct garments and products.  Instruction will include use, care, and troubleshoot industrial equipment. Students will learn to read commercial and digital patterns, implement construction order of operations, apply hand sewing, and sewing woven and knit fabrics.   Emphasis is on Studio etiquette, safety and organization.  State code 192030
 

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36322 * Fashion/Design Merchandising - 1 Trimester – CHS 11 12
Prerequisite:  Apparel Construction Fundamentals
This capstone course prepares students for gainful employment and/or entry into postsecondary education in the apparel, fashion, and textiles industry. Content emphasis is on career opportunities; textile and garment design; trends and cycles; manufacturing and production; and business procedures in buying, selling, displaying, publicizing and advertising. Skill development in design, production and alteration will be included.  State code 192010
 

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ENRICHMENT COURSES:

36101 Adult Living A Relationships  - 1 or 2 Trimesters – NHHS/PHS 10 11 12
36111 Adult Living B Life Management
A course designed to focus on the young adult as an individual preparing for responsibilities in the home, family, community and work environment. The student will gain relationship skills and life management skills, utilize problem-solving methods, management processes, employment, and leadership skills. Adult Living is designed as two independent but sequential semesters/ trimesters with one semester focusing on independent living skills and one semester on building and maintaining healthy interpersonal relationship among family members and other members of society. FCCLA activities should be integrated into this course. FC 0301
 

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42411 Family Consumer Science Leadership A - 1 Trimester - CHS/HHS/NHHS/PHS 9 10 11 12
42412 Family Consumer Science Leadership B
42413 Family Consumer Science Leadership C
Prerequisite:  Membership in (FCCLA) Family Career Community Leaders of America
This leadership course is designed to strengthen students’ personal and group leadership skills. It provides students an opportunity to explore character traits and characteristics that are needed to become an effective leader. Students practice their leadership skills through community services projects and a variety of leadership activities through the FCCLA student organization. This course covers topics such as public speaking, effective communication, human relations, parliamentary laws and procedures, organization and management and group dynamics. FC 0205
 

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42415 Family Consumer Science Career Experience – CHS/HHS/PHS 11 12

Prerequisite:  Programming Capstone Course
Students will complete a work experience at a local or approved business. The experience must be monitored by the workplace coordinator. FC 9800