Fashion Design - Art & Design Scheme of Work

Scheme of work for Fashion Design within the Art & Design specification.
Lesson objectives are listed below:

 Develop the accuracy, individual style and detail of their illustrations.
 Develop their understanding and use of quality of fabrics to give their work more precise purpose.
 Develop their skills in the use and application of colour to create depth to illustrations.
 Develop their knowledge of the work of designers.
 Practice and develop their skills in the use of a pattern master.
 Develop their understanding of clothing patterns.
 Develop their skills in the use of creative and flattering lines.
 Develop their knowledge of the fashion terminology.
 Develop their skills in experimental use of fabrics.
 Develop knowledge and understanding of fibres and fabrics.
 Develop knowledge and demonstrate of the finishing techniques.
 Develop their knowledge of the health and safety of working with certain equipment.
 Develop their skills in creating toiles.
 Develop knowledge and understanding of CAD and CAM.
 Develop their understanding of the development and process of designing a personal response,
 Develop their ability to select appropriately from the techniques learnt to produce work with the greatest level of success,
 Develop knowledge of the history of fashion.
 Produce a fit for purpose response to a brief.
 Develop assessment skills for other and their self.
 Develop skills in testing and evaluation their own work and final outcomes.
 Develop the ability to select suitable descriptive language when assessing design work.
 Develop an ability to make structurally sound final outcomes.
 Develop understanding of the properties and restrictions of fabrics.
 Develop knowledge and understanding of the wax resist technique as well as the ability to use it.
 Develop their ability to manipulate media for a particular purpose and result.
 Develop skills in the presentation of their work.
 Use appropriate language to create a suitable response in contextual studies.
 Develop knowledge of historical events that impacted fashion.
 Develop understanding of why catwalk designers influence the high-street.
 To be able to research and investigate appropriately.
 To be able to demonstrate creative design skills.
 Develop knowledge and understanding of appropriate annotation.
 Develop public speaking and presentational skills.

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