• Resource Overview

    Travel around the world with your textile’s students on a journey of cultural experience and learning!

    Use this resource to guide your students through a variety of cultural uses of textiles that will strengthen their understanding of textiles as an expressive or functional medium within society.

    This resource includes a PowerPoint presentation and student worksheets that go hand in hand. You can use this resource to facilitate a whole class collaborative approach, or you can set students up to use this resource as an opportunity for autonomous learning.

    Teacher instructions are also provided to give you clarity. This resource can be differentiated at your discretion based on the needs of your students.

    Pack includes:

    • 19-slide PowerPoint
    • 5-page Student Worksheet
    • A3 Cultural Textiles World Map
  • Curriculum

    • Australian
    • Design and Technologies > Year 9, Year 10 > Design and Technologies Knowledge and Understanding

      ACTDEK040
      Critically analyse factors, including social, ethical and sustainability considerations, that impact on designed solutions for global preferred futures and the complex design and production processes involved

      Elaboration
      • considering the factors that influence design and professional designers and technologists, including time, access to skills, knowledge, finance, expertise, for example Australian designers working with rapid prototyping manufacturers in China
      • critiquing mass production systems taking into account ethics and sustainability considerations, for example the mass production of food, clothing and shoes and why manufacturers produce different versions of the same product
      • evaluating design and technology professions and their contributions to society locally, nationally, regionally and globally, for example Aboriginal designers collaborating with international craftspeople for local enterprises
      • explaining how product life cycle thinking can influence decision-making related to design and technologies, for example rethinking products to provide for re-use, selecting a material for a product that has a lower carbon footprint
      • recognising the impact of past designed solutions and possible decisions when creating preferred futures, for example the design of public transport systems that use renewable energy and the design of rural communities to reduce fire risk



    Relevant to:

    NSW NESA TEXTILES TECHNOLOGY 7–10 SYLLABUS (2019)

    • describe how people from a range of cultures including Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Peoples use textiles as an expressive and functional medium, for example: (ACTDEK040)
    • shisha mirror works in Indian culture to ward off evil
    • woven items produced by Aboriginal Peoples, eg fish traps, baskets
    • elephant foot pattern, in Hmong culture represents prosperity

    QLD Senior Fashion 2019

    Core topic 1: Fashion culture

    • What are the historical and cultural influences that impact on the elective context?
    • How do historical and cultural influences impact on the design challenge you are undertaking?

    WA Design & Technology Yr11 & Yr12

    • historical, social and cultural sources of design inspiration

    VIC Product Design and Technology 2020

    historical and contemporary design movements, cultures or styles and how they can inspire new product designs

  • Reviews

    Merran Marriott

    18/11/2020

    Kim Monaghan

    26/03/2021

Cultural Perspectives of Textiles

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Travel around the world with your textile’s students on a journey of cultural experience and learning! Use this resource to guide your students through a variety of cultural uses of textiles that will strengthen their understanding of textiles as an expressive or functional medium within society. This resource includes a…

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