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Name: Historical Fashions Timeline

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What kinds of clothing did people wear 100 years ago? 200 years ago? Did this vary from country to country? What factors influenced clothing choices? Pick a specific era and region and investigate clothing options for Men, Women and children. You have two options to present your findings. Students will be expected to present a summary of their findings to the class. Carefully review the attached rubric for specific expectations. Options 1: A Visual Timeline: You may use a digital based medium (ex: Prezi) or complete a hard (written) timeline. Option 2: A Written Report: In a 3-5 page (double spaced) report, lay out your findings in chronological order. Examples of Eras: Prehistory - 600 CE 600 - 1449 1450 - 1624 1625 - 1789 1790 - 1900 1901 - 1928 1929 - 1946 1947 - 1963 1964 - 1979 1980 Onward - The Ancient World - Medieval Romance and Trade - Renaissance Splendor - Baroque and Rococo - From Revolution to Frivolity - La Belle Epoque and the Jazz Age - From Glamour to Utility - Optimism and Youth - Swinging Sixties to Glam Rock - The Designer Decades

Criteria Knowledge and Understanding Relevant events explored in chronological order

Level 1 Demonstrates a limited understanding of era Somewhat

Level 2 Demonstrates a fair understanding of era Usually with some effectiveness

Level 3 Demonstrates a good understanding of era Always with some effectiveness

Level 4 Demonstrates a high understanding of era Always and Effectively

Score /8

/4

Criteria Thinking and Inquiry Making connections between historical events and clothing/ fashion Making connections between era examined and the evolution of that fashion Communication 3-7 minute presentation to class Eye contact Volume Relevant Content - the highlights of the era Application Referencing APA Format Works Cited Credible Sources Used

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Score

Makes limited connections

Somewhat explains connections

Is able to explain the connections

Is able to thoroughly explain the connections

/4

Makes limited connections

Somewhat explains connections

Is able to explain the connections

Is able to thoroughly explain the connections

/2

Presentation is more than 60s outside of the 3-7 minutes Limited Limited Content delivered was sometimes relevant Format followed with numerous errors

Presentation is within 60s of the 3-7 minutes Fair Fair Content delivered was usually relevant;

Presentation is 30s of the 3-7 minutes

Presentation is within the 3-7 minutes

/1

Good Good Student consistently hit key points of era Format mostly accurate

Excellent Excellent Student effectively emphasized key points Format is always accurate

/1 /1 /3

Format sometimes accurate

/4

1 Credible source used

2 Credible sources used

3 Credible Sources Used

More than 3 credible sources used Total:

/2 /30

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