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ERIC Number: ED087064
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 15
Abstractor: N/A
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Costume Design, Art Education: 6697.01 and Home and Family Education: 6766.16.
Fensin, Edna H.
This course guide for teachers is intended to provide experiences for secondary school students in the design and development of costumes for dramatic productions. Behavioral objectives listed for the students include: (1) explaining how costume is an expression of the people, the times, and the culture; (2) making drawings and paintings of the different periods in history; (3) giving examples of how religion, ethics, and customs influenced the design and decoration of clothing; (4) designing costumes for a specific part in a production; and (5) investigating the areas or accessories and reasons for their design. Also included are: "Rationale"; "Course Content" (includes studying the history of civilization and how it affected the costumes of the people of the times, drawing proportioned adult human figures and the figure of a child, and studying and making charts of various ornamental motifs, both historical and imaginary); "Course Procedures, Strategies and Suggested Learning Activities to Facilitate the Achievement of Objectives"; and "Resources," which includes books, films, models, and magazines for both teachers and pupils. (WR)
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Authoring Institution: Dade County Public Schools, Miami, FL.