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  • Resource Overview

    Students travel through the decades, exploring the world of fashion and textiles intertwined.

    A memorable and immersive textiles timeline that allows students to gain an understanding of the textiles industry.

    ‘Style Archives’ provides students with 33 immersive posters portraying textiles and fashion chronologically, each within the style of its own era. The posters depict current and relevant examples creating a memorable experience for the students.

    ‘Style Archives’ includes a 12-pg activity, where students have the opportunity to access the technological and industrial effects of textiles upon the textile industry, the characteristics of fashion upon each decade, and the importance of textiles within the fashion industry.

    ‘Style Archives’ can be shared with students digitally, easily printed or differentiated for individual students needs at the discretion of the teacher (through the word & pdf files provided).

    This could also be printed out to be used as a textiles lookbook!

    Includes:

    • 33 engaging posters with syllabus content and information.
    • 12-page PDF and Word Document with NSW syllabus links and
      student activities.

    Relevant to:

    NSW SYLLABUS TEXTILES TECHNOLOGY 7–10 SYLLABUS (2019)

    Historical perspectives of textiles

    • explore the historical, technological and social circumstances that have had an impact on the development of textiles, for example: (ACTDEK040)
      • industrialisation
      • globalisation, eg overseas production
      • technological developments
      • innovative fibre, yarn and fabric
    • describe characteristics of design features from different time periods throughout history, for example:
      • 1970s bell bottom denim jeans with embellishment details
      • 1920s dropped waistline, beads, fringing, flapper dress
    • identify historic design features in contemporary design, for example:
      • bell sleeves from medieval times appearing in garments of the 1970s and early 2000s
      • Bohemian (Boho) fashion reflects the use of fringing in flapper dresses of the 1920s and hippie fashions of the 1970s

     

    Digital File Type: PDF (Acrobat) Document File, Word Doc.

    Physical Pack: 33 x A4 colour laminated posters.Worksheet and instructions provided as digital format.

    Resource Type: Posters and Activity.

    Copyright information:

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  • 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



  • Reviews

    Michelle G.

    30/11/2020
    Love this! It looks so great up around my classroom, and I have noticed students engaging in conversations about it already.

    Jo-Anne Q.

    30/11/2020

Style Archives Historical Perspectives of Textiles – Digital or Physical

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Students travel through the decades, exploring the world of fashion and textiles intertwined. A memorable and immersive textiles timeline that allows students to gain an understanding of the textiles industry. ‘Style Archives’ provides students with 33 immersive posters portraying textiles and fashion chronologically, each within the style of its own…

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Weight .5 kg
Dimensions 32.5 × 23.5 × 1 cm
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