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Sew and Home Survey 9
Prepare basic meals, sew a project, design a room! If this peaks your interest, then join Sew and Home Survey 9. Students learn basic food preparation, basic "how to sew" techniques and basic design concepts. You sew projects which may include pillows, lunch bags, boxer shorts or pajama pants. Students will cook simple, nutritious and economical breakfasts, lunches, suppers and snacks. Finally, students will apply design fundamentals to fashion and their home. Sewing supplies and fabric cost each student approximately $20 - $30.
Clothing, Textiles and Fashion 10 - 1 credit
This is a continuation of the Grade 9 "How to Sew" program. Students will expand knowledge of sewing techniques, textiles and fashion manufacturing. Projects vary from small (mittens, crafts) to large (shirts, pants, or vest, etc.). Sewing experience is expanded through samples and projects based on student skill level. Commercial patterns are used. Supplies and fabric costs range from $30 - $50 according to projects chosen.
Are you interested in fashion, sewing and design? This is the course for you. Based on the fashion industry, students follow the process of fashion design from the idea stage, through the sewing or manufacturing, and concluding with the retail fashion industry. Students will have choice of projects to sew based on their sewing skill level and current fashion trends. More challenging projects including sportswear, aerobic wear, casual wear, jackets and formal wear are encouraged. Sewing supplies and fabric costs will vary according to chosen projects.
Making food choices has become more challenging due to conflicting information about food and nutrition, the variety of food in the market and the avalanche of food advertising. In this course students will:
Interior Design 30 (INT30) - 1 Credit
This class is available to students in Grades 11 and 12. An awareness of good design is developed through the study of design principles. The tools for design: line, shape, colour, texture and light are explored. The course includes a study of the history of architecture and house styles, model building, and reading floor plans. Manual drafting techniques are covered as well as computer assisted drawing of floor plans. Students will design, choose furniture, colours and fabrics for a loft-style apartment and learn the fundamentals of visual presentation.
|Year||Home Economics 09||Home Economics 10||Home Economics 20||Home Economics 30|
|2005/2004||Sarah Afseth||Andrea Dyck||Jesse Kuryluk|
|2004/2003||Sarah Leikam||Stephanie Mercredit||Ashley Andrew|
|2003/2002||Lindsay Caron||Shokhan Mouhamad||Janadine Augustine||Veronica Sellar|
|Megan Litterick||Aleah Blum|
|2001/2000||Emily Jarosz||Rochelle Klassen||Aleah Blum||Lisa Cowan|
|2000/1999||Rochelle Klassen||Amber Graham||Bunthan Prak||Amanda Beyette|
|Year||Clothing 10||Food Service Award||Jr. Food Services 10||Jr. Food Services 20|
|2005/2004||Kandi Elder||Kalyn Regier||Angela Yew||Susan Thai|
|2003/2002||Mina Mohammad Kazam||Amanda Michener|
|2001/2000||Sarah Fisher||Kimberly Dahl||Krystal Jones|
|Jonathan Turton||Leanne Maczek|