This course introduces you to basic sewing and pressing equipment, textiles, introductory level project construction techniques, and techniques for constructing edge finishes. We will be having fun while we create projects!
Notebook ( Your choice)
6 plastic bobbins
One package of Assorted Felt
One bag of stuffing
4 zippers(2) White or (2) Black,
2 yards of light weight cotton fabric
(2) Black and (2) White Coats and Clark thread
Follow school rules
Be here on time
Have materials and supplies on time
No cell phones/other devices unless I say so
No food/drinks near equipment
Limit request to leave room
Avoid excessive talking
Use time wisely
Do your own work and work independently
Use your own assigned equipment. Take care of machine and supplies.
Keep personal work and storage space
Charges for broken machines/other equipment will be determined if necessary
Apparel I Syllabus & Projects
- Pens, pencils, highlighters, sharpie
- Magic Markers
- Colored Pencil
- Glue Sticks
- Class Participation/Daily Work 50%
- Tests/ Quizzes 25%
- Projects 25%
All Late work needs to be submitted through the late form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1ltOCFoQhsyfNylhzccQ-plSZ48PGPON70wMkAhNMJp0/edit
End of Year Assessment: 100 Question State Test. Test will be given the week of January 10-14.This test counts for 25 % of the students grade.
State Assessment - Students enrolled in Apparel & Textile Production I will take a 100 question state assessment at the end of the semester as the final measurement of proof of learning. This assessment will be given during the final week of the semester as their final exam. The student’s grade for this assessment will count 25% and will be posted in PowerSchool as well as on their report card.
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