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TEACHING GUIDE
Grade Level Standard

The learner demonstrates understanding of Process and Delivery in order to


contribute to the sustainable use of resources and to economic productivity.

Content Standard

The learner demonstrates understanding of basic concepts and underlying


theories in Dressmaking.

Performance Standard

The learner independently performs common competencies in Dressmaking


as prescribed in the TESDA Training Regulation.

Learning Competencies

 Explain basic concepts in Dressmaking,


 Discuss topics which relate to Dressmaking as a course
 Explore on opportunities for Dressmaking as a career.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The need to respond to the increasing demand for human involvement is

evident. The demand in terms of manpower is increasing considerably

everywhere in the world where the quest for global competitiveness is ongoing.

Manpower is needed in order to do the tasks to make the nation capable of

supplying the needs and demands of the community. A community where a strong

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and powerful participation of everyone is beheld, where everybody has the desire

to do his share in helping the country uplift its economy and prove that the

potential and skills instilled within are the major factors to achieve the nation’s

mission and vision.

No one is exempted from this demand and the corresponding effort. The

Department of Education with the K to 12 Program foresees to gear us towards

the attainment of the country’s goals and objectives. Through this learning

material every learner will be equipped with necessary knowledge, skills and

attitudes to fulfill the responsibility given to them.

This learning material in Dressmaking for Grade 9 is a response to help the

country realize its goals. The authors and experts in the field of Dressmaking

collaborate to share the knowledge, skills and attitudes to the learners. It is

designed in accordance with the learning competencies identified by the K to 12

Program of the Department of Education. It is intended to prepare the learners for

entry into specific occupational activities. It presents in-depth discussion of the

basic concepts about dressmaking and provides practical work experiences.

Certain assessments or activities with rubrics for evaluation are also provided.

The use of pre and post testing allows each learner to grow at their own pace.

Each can grasp at his individual level the concept this learning material offers.

Thus, for a specialization class, it is a self-contained procedural guidebook.

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I. INTRODUCTION

This Teacher’s Guide is intended to you as facilitator of learning, one who


teaches Grade 9 – Dressmaking Specialization. This Learner’s Material is
designed to ensure that every student will learn some livelihood skills at the end of
every quarter to have an edge among the other job seekers.

This guide aims to help you impart knowledge, values, skills and interest to
the learners; It focuses mainly on the Process and Delivery which is enriched
with different activities that will assess the level of understanding of the students
such as What to Know, What to Process, What to Reflect and Understand,
and What to Transfer. The concepts and skills that will be developed will be the
key of the learners to become successful and experts in dressmaking thus, to
ensure profitable business someday.

II. OBJECTIVES
Guided by the teacher and the learner’s material, the learner is expected to:
 Identify job opportunities through customer’s needs and wants; and,
 Provide quality dressmaking service to target clients based on the
prescribed industry standards.

III. DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT


Tell the learners to accomplish the diagnostic assessment. Ask the learners to
use separate sheet of paper for their answers. Explain that the purpose of the
assessment is to find out how much they already know about the lesson in order
to determine their next steps. Make it clear to them that their scores will not be
recorded for grading purposes.

If you found out the learners already knew what you are about to teach, logic
dictates that you do not need to teach it anymore. You may as well proceed to the
next lesson. If you discover that the learners have some erroneous concepts, then
teach and correct their misconceptions.

This means that you always start your lesson presentation with the results of
their diagnostic assessment.

IV. PRE-TEST

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A 30-item test will be given every quarter to determine the knowledge of


learners in terms of the competencies they need to develop.

For proper and more systematic way of recording ask the learners to have a
quiz notebook for their assessments,. This will be a great help not just for the
teacher’s record but also for the learner’s file of results during assessments.
(Answer key is provided at the end of the TG for your reference.)

PARTS OF THE LESSON


1. KNOW This part of the learner’s materials contains activities that will
activate prior knowledge of the learner; it elicits tentative
responses to provocative and critical questions essential to the
development of understanding.

Make sure learners are engaged in doing given activities and


give assistance to the students where needed.
2. PROCESS In this phase, learners are provided with various learning
activities and experiences to develop, demonstrate and have
hands-on experiences to the lesson. Through this process,
learners opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills is
evident and proven.
3. REFLECT This part of the learner’s material provides other learning
AND resources and experiences to enrich/ broaden the learner’s
UNDERSTAND understanding of the lesson through additional activities,
reading resources, and provocative or critical questions..
D. TRANSFER In this part, learners are expected to demonstrate or show a
completed product or performance as an output required for the
lesson.

Give your learners the opportunity to transfer what he/she has


learned in another activity or in real life situation. Ideally, this
should be a performance test, what you usually call practical
test.

Do not hesitate to use ways of determining how your students


can apply learned facts and concepts which is more authentic
and realistic than/those given in the learner’s material.

V. PROCESS AND DELIVERY

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A Know Lesson 1 and Lesson 2


Produce Sleeping Garments

 Identification – Learners will name the art principles and


elements of design.

 Matching Type - Ask your students to match the type of


fabric with the corresponding description

 Venn Diagram - Introduce to the learners what a venn


diagram is and how to use it. Let them follow the
instruction and template given in the module.

 Identification Learners will identify what sleeping


garment is being described by the statements.

 True or False – Ask the learners to read the statements


carefully and let them analyze if the statement is true or
not.
 Identification – Let the learners identify if they are
already familiar with the marking tools and their functions
 .Filling the Blanks – Ask the learners to supply the
missing word(s) of the given statements.

 Identification – Ask the learners to identify if the


statement is applicable when cutting fabrics.

 Checklist – Ask the learners to check if they can perform


the given operations.

 Multiple Choice – Ask the learners to select the best


answer from the given statement by letting them write the
letter in their quiz notebook.

 Matching type – Ask the learners to match the factors


from the kind of seam and seam finishes and let them
write the letter of the correct answer in their quiz
notebook.

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B. Process  Classroom-Based Activity in drafting and cutting


parts of sleeping garments – Learners will perform
the different activities given and once finished,
evaluate the performance based from the given rubric
of performance.

 Drawing the pattern symbols- ask the learners to


illustrate or draw the given pattern symbols.

 Make sample pattern of a skirt or t-shirt- Tell the


learners to make sample pattern of a skirt or t-shirt and let
them
 Taking Body Measurement- Ask the learners to take the
body measurement of their classmate and fill-in the
Individual Measurement Chart or IMC.

 Pattern-Making – Ask the learners to draft pattern for


different garment parts using the IMC, refer to the rubrics
for evaluating their output.

 Manipulating Pattern – Ask the learners to perform how


to manipulate pattern for the given garment parts.

 Cutting the final pattern – Tel the learners to cut te final


pattern of the different garment parts.

 Transferring Pattern Markings and Symbols- Ask the


learners to transfer all pattern marks on the fabric using
appropriate marking tools. Refer to the rubrics for
evaluating their output.

 Laying-out fabric – Ask the learners to lay-out fabrics on


the cutting table following the principles learned from the
topic.
 Press the garment parts while sewing – Ask the
learners to follow the correct procedure while sewing.

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C. Reflect and * Essay – Learners will answer the given questions based
Understand from their understanding the effect of heat and pressure to the
different kinds of fabric.
* Essay – Ask the learners to describe a well-constructed
seam.
* Essay – Learners will answer briefly the question why do we
need to prepare the parts of sleeping garments before
sewing.

D. Transfer  Project Plan Making - requires detailed and vital


documentation to track activity requirements,
functionalities, scheduling and budget. Poor
documentation can lead to disastrous results for all
projects. Formal and clear project plan establish
detailed project requirements including human and
financial resources.

- Learners will accomplish Project Plan in every


activity.

 Assemble the garment parts – Ask the learners to sew


garment parts and evaluate their pereformance3 based
from the rubrics given.

 Apply finishing touches on the sleeping garments –


Ask the learners to have innovation and creativity in
applying finishing touches on their finished sleeping
garments. Evaluate their output based from the given
rubrics.

 Pack the finished output – Ask the learners to pack the


output creatively and evaluate their performance based
from the given rubrics.

Lesson 3 and Lesson 4


Produce Children’s Wear

 Filling the Blanks – Ask the learners to fill-in the


blanks with the correct word(s) of the given statements

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in a paragraph. Tell them to write their answers in their


A. Know quiz notebook.
 Identification – Ask the learners to list down the
characteristics of dress suited for children. Tell them to
write their answers in their quiz notebook.
 Identification – Ask the learners to identify the
accessories and common trimmings of the children’s
dress. Tell them to write their answers in their quiz
notebook.
 Label the picture- Ask the learners to label the
trimmings and accessories wore by the child in the
picture. Tell them to write their answer in their quiz
notebook.
 Identification – Ask the learners to name the
illustrated skirts of the given pictures. Tell them to write
their answers in their quiz notebook
 Identification- Ask the learners to list the tools and
materials needed in making patterns.
 Comparison- Ask the learners to give the difference
between hem tucks and bodice tucks. Tell them to write
their answers in their quiz notebook.

 Hands-on Activities- Let the learners perform the


basic steps or procedures in making the children’s
wear.
B. Process
 Taking Body Measurement- using the IMC, let the
learners have a mode/patron (1 boy and 1 girl) and
take the body measurement. Tell them to fill-in the IMC
for children.

 Draft the pattern for Front Blouse Sloper – Ask the


learners to draft the front blouse sloper of the children’s
wear. Refer to the rubrics given in evaluating their
output.

 Draft the pattern for Back Blouse Sloper – Ask the


learners to draft the back blouse sloper of the
children’s wear. Refer to the rubrics given in evaluating
their output.
 Draft the pattern for flared skirt, peter pan collar,
sailor’s collar, and convertible collar, Evaluate the
output of the learners based from the rubrics given.

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 Cutting the final pattern- Ask the learners to perform


the given activities. Evaluate their output based from
the rubrics given.
 Laying and cutting the fabric- Ask the learners to
perform the given activity. Evaluate their performance
based from the rubrics given.
 Transfer marks on the fabric- Ask the learners to
transfer marks on trhe fabric using the proper marking
tools. Evaluate their output based from the rubrics
given.

 Essay – Ask the learners to answer briefly the


question on what type of fabric they will recommend to
their customer for a children’s wear. Tell them to write
their answer in their quiz notebook.

C. Reflect and
Understand  Classroom-Based Activity- Learners will find a
partner and examine the garments hung in the room.
Let them identify which part of the garment has the
facing and let them explain the purpose of the facing in
the garment.
D. Transfer  Project Plan Making - requires detailed and vital
documentation to track activity requirements,
functionalities, scheduling and budget. Poor
documentation can lead to disastrous results for all
projects. Formal and clear project plan establish
detailed project requirements including human and
financial resources.

- Learners will accomplish Project Plan in every


activity.

 Assemble the garment parts –Ask the learners to


sew the garment parts following the step by step
technique in sewing. Evaluate their output based from
the rubrics given.
 Apply finishing touches – Ask the learners to apply
finishing touches and accessories on their children’s
wear. Evaluate their performance based from the
rubrics given.

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 Pack the finished children’s wear – Ask the learners


to pack the finished output creatively. Evaluate their
works based from the rubrics given.

VI. SUMMARY

The learner must exhibit their understanding of Process and Delivery in order
to contribute to the sustainable use of resources and to economic productivity. As
soon as the learner understands the basic concepts and underlying theories in
Dressmaking, it is presumed that they could independently demonstrate common
competencies in Dressmaking.

This guidebook is designed to ensure that every student will become skilled at
some livelihood skills at the end of every quarter to have and edge among the
other job seekers. Thus, this does not require advanced resources: for this reason,
can be readily implemented by schools even with meager resources.

In this way, the module is focused on the Process and Delivery. This is
further enriched with different activities that will weigh up the level of
students in terms of skilfulness and knowledge that are expected to be
demonstrated after going through the module. They are What to Know, What to
Process, What to Reflect and Understand, and What to Transfer.

VII. GLOSSARY

The purpose of the glossary is to guide the teachers and the learners to be
equipped with the technical terms and be familiar with its meaning. The glossary
will serve as additional material that will guide the learners’ practice of the skills
learned in the course.

VII. KEY TO CORRECTION

ANSWER KEY
Diagnostic Assessment/ Summative Assessment
1. A 11. C 21. B 31. C 41. A
2. C 12. A 22. C 32. A 42. B
3. B 13. B 23. A 33. C 43. A
4. A 14. C 24. C 34. C 44. D

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5. C 15. A 25. A 35. C 45. B


6. A 16. A 26. D 36. D 46. C
7. A 17. B 27. A 37. B 47. C
8. A 18. C 28. D 38. D 48. A
9. C 19. A 29. A 39. D 49. C
10. A 20. C 30. B 40. A 50. A
QUARTER I
Pre-Test I/ Post Test I
1. b 6. C 11. A 16. A 21. A 26. c
2. c 7. C 12. D 17. C 22. D 27. d
3. a 8. C 13. B 18. B 23. C 28. a
4. a 9. C 14. C 19. B 24. A 29. a
5. b 10. B 15. C 20. D 25. D 30. A
QUARTER II
Pre-Test II/ Post Test
1. b 6. A 11. D 16. D 21. A 26. b
2. a 7. C 12. B 17. C 22. B 27. a
3. d 8. B 13. C 18. A 23. D 28. d
4. c 9. A 14. D 19. D 24. A 29. b
5. a 10. D 15. A 20. D 25. C 30. A
QUARTER III
Pre- Test III/ Post Test III
1. c 6. B 11. A 16. A 21. b
2. c 7. D 12. C 17. C 22. a
3. d 8. D 13. D 18. B 23. a
4. d 9. A 14. A 19. A 24. c
5. a 10. B 15. B 20. A 25. A
QUARTER 1V
Pre-Test/Post Test
A. B. C. D.
1. c 1. 4 1. H 6. E 1. Shoes 6. Brooch
2. a 2. 1 2. B 7. D 2. Hosiery 7. bracelelet
3. b 3. 5 3. G 8. I 3. Hat 8. Bands
4. a 4. 3 4. A 9. K 4. Handkerchief 9. buttons
5. d 5. 2 5. C 10. L 5. Fan 10. Embroidery

IX. RESOURCES:

References

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Alcantara, Ines D. and Suratos, Cesar. Technology and Livelihoods Education III.
Bernadette Publishing House Corporation, 2007.

Bailey, Annetta and Draper, Wanda. Steps in Clothing Skills Revised> Brnett
Publishing Company, Illinois, 1998.

Bartclay, Marion et.al.. Teen Guide to Homemaking, 3rd Edition. McGraw -Hill,
Inc., USA. 1972.

Suratos, Cesar P. Technology and Livelihood Education III. Bernadette Publishing


House Corporation, 2006.

Leuterrio, Florida C. Technology and Home Economics III. St. Augustine


Publications, Inc, 1995.

Web Sites

Wikipedia.org/wiki/Nightwear

Ref: The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Sewing

http://www.sew-it-love-it.com/reading-patterns.html

The Complete Book of Sewing Pages 36-37

http://www.threadsmagazine.com/item/4968/pattern-layouts

http://www.diceyhome.free
online.co.uk/KatePages/Learning/patterns/pattern_symbols.htm

Pattern Symbols -Reference http://sewing.about.com/library/weekly/aa081199.htm

- Ref: The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Sewing

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jgg7UP72Yo

Adapted for use in Kentucky with permission from Coats & Clark.

(Reference Leaflet PE2174)


Marjorie M. Baker, M.S.

Images Adapted from:

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 http://wide-format-printers.org/wide-format_digital_inkjet_textiles_printers_revie
ws_interior-decoration_soft-signage_fabrics_flags_banners_cloth_fashion-apparel
/ATP-Color-VersaArt-RS-640-can-print-polyester-fabric-and-mesh-absorbing-spo
nge.jpg- design by printing

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TmtBRIcXOHl84S8ohAV--6TpaxoMMG4GR- printed dress

 http://img.alibaba.com/wsphoto/v0/517773848_1/girls-dresses-children-princess-
dress-Plaid-skirt-name-brand-kids-baby-clothes-free-shipping-5pcs-lot.jpg- plaid
design

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a2Yc5pCCHlAau_9oDYzpo43jMEatki0w- tweed design

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eOilYGmrsiYVROaJrbL43iiC3oJNl_uI208IJP – body proportion

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tbn3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSGHvXhbEnhcJZhD173U-vVHRr
UFZp23hx0SUvG8sStXnxwjsCu- introvert/extrovert


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p_PwNeu6iT5_IG5byTxVFrFgFx1v86grEYDHA3w- Asymmetrical balance
(Fig.1)

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6S0Yj3D_PXQpzzb3UavA9OnqsLAoLuLk3oKow- asymmetrical balance
Fig. 2

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EfOSU5fvuk1MWMgGr3u_WhMlFVA3V9B_IjbZ5- asymmetrical balance
Fig.3

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RPRP-nHkevUcmCv7kGhFSkATtLGGFS5W3NAU2- radial balance Fig.3

 http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/236x/65/eb/52/65eb52d7affbba052841
e44dc279ebdd.jpg- radial balance Fig.2

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fDr-Ri6bKBu0RUj6up5kJQQ1JszFUMFkql6n- Radial balance Fig.1

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OnrZcPbRI/s1600/RENEE%2BLONDON%2BVicky%2BPeplum%2BShoul
der%2BDress%2BBlue%2B1.jpg- Emphasis Fig.1

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63-hHgfQaDk856MF-OHp2RbE8lz4pJNXMZpA8o- emphasis Fig.2

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en-s-Leisure-Shirt-Men-Dress-Shirt-Fitted-Mens-Shirts-MS066.jpg-
emphasis Fig.3

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-5cRHNoLnutiSP4z6BNNq39vu8Nc0HuY0GLY2M- rhythm Fig.1

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79uPUgJjKGqlalp--FiJIxrmJ-zoZl1ud1znHXf- rhythm Fig 2

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x/040ec09b1e35df139433887a97daa66f/1/0/101155-1_1.jpg- rhythm Fig.3

 http://dressesmania.com/harmony%20maxi%20dress.jpeg- harmony Fig.1

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N7FXWet_QingzyZHOhidUV9Ho0xU5sy3g-bDkSD- harmony Fig.2

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s.jpg- harmony fig.3

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= with vertical line Fig.1

 http://cache.fashionista.com/uploads/2011/02/FW11-24.jpg- with horizontal


line Fig.2

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arge.jpg?v=1359057051- slanting Fig.3

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- with curve Fig.5

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2fiWvmxtPe3BdToisFUu7TSdhPoWpyyioI6TQw- with bateau neckline

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93sspQvLZqogH40D7z7N5aq0NnCIMCwRpcQROD7w- with plunging
neckline

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9Bu-DjsU8Q7LWvyKGRRmRBCnbMJHYHjUneGF65Q – with cape collar

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wheel Fig.1

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IDTk1CAScRw0cjLQYG7DzFYECR_-bUfAiRP59- space Fig.1

 http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lj3xkxjKv81qz9qooo1_500.png- dress
with space Fig. 2

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baby dress with space Fig. 3

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C7t4KRECfF4kjGkC9N3H_fhXiXBdOYDkeY8kb- bell or hourglass Fig.1

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MIlZNClnDUP_Ao2j1iZ29PCM3j0USj5Aale52wp- tubular Fig.2

 http://tallulahbell.files.wordpress.com/2011/09/reiss-bandage-dress.jpg-
inverted triangle Fig. 3

 https://encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSXY50WfnhVV
OKR3Y49spYvNJORISVK2Ie1HsvPrZymMF8ePzL-SA- soft dress Fig.1

 http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-lVMwQTLJTLU/UHMQI4FkdUI/AAAAAAAAAEk/
9UkDLNAGzl0/s200/_primary_colors.jpg- primary color

 http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0153/9901/files/primary_colors_medium.pn
g%3F7139- secondary colors

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K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM ENTREPRENEURSHIP-BASED
TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION
HOME ECONOMICS-DRESSMAKING
GRADE 9

 https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSBm9E-tZx8Jw
bPdyDhJRa8mBOkA_N5DGlAResKMVBXG9uVR49v- intermediate colors

 http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/a/ab/RBG_color_w
heel.svg/300px-RBG_color_wheel.svg.png- tertiary colors

 http://floorstoreaz.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/spectrum.gif- value in
colors

 http://www.nippondenshoku.co.jp/web/english/colorstory/images/02_three
_elements.jpg- chroma/value

 http://www.webmastersun.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=505&d=137
7309162- psychology colors in marketing

 http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_vHmWU8uhEik/SeZk2Vp999I/AAAAAAAAB7E/g
BAobLYLtfE/s400/30_tired_man_sleeping_while_standing.png- clip art-
sleeping man

 https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSPOYq50QRta
wDEJdT5D9KyIOWPuA2QZSU2Z_MmUO0h7woqX6DU- tape measure

 http://www.dataprint.com/store/images/Product/medium/18721.jpg-
l-square

 http://www.artstuff.net/assets/images/varyformcurves.jpg- curve ruler

 http://mathworld.wolfram.com/images/eps-gif/FrenchCurve_1000.gif-
french curve

 http://www.bullarddesigns.com/kai/kai5250.jpg- dressmaker’s shears

 https://encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcS77kPEGJvqm8
ZOtxhVS6U_TZHVYxKpFUTfvTgPoUvuub_Z9aB1aQ- weights

 http://www.runtrackmind.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/Emery-Pincushi
on-Keeps-pins-and-needles-sharp-.jpg- pins

 http://thesewingdivas.files.wordpress.com/2010/08/tracing-wheels.jpg-
tracing wheel

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TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION
HOME ECONOMICS-DRESSMAKING
GRADE 9

 http://www.clipartpal.com/_thumbs/pd/education/pencil_angled_glossy.png
- pencil

 http://i01.i.aliimg.com/img/pb/412/272/412/412272412_305.jpg- sewing kit

 https://encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTBN9CTgr2Nihy
JrDPHWvd3nH_KigcO4Zmds5PHIrLtLUOPcxLFRITJ6caN- pattern paper

 http://www.themakeryonline.co.uk/images/uploads/Tailors_chalk_LARGE.j
pg-
tailor’s chalk

 http://img1.etsystatic.com/032/0/5755093/il_340x270.518830119_2nyj.jpg-
carbon paper

 http://us.123rf.com/400wm/400/400/mik122/mik1221103/mik12211030004
9/9095956-muchas-de-las-bobinas-de-hilo-color--fondo.jpg- thread

 http://www.theclothroom.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/nivoslider4wp_files/7_s
.jpeg- cloth

 http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-zuhB-ae_lG4/UQ5tDJzDjPI/AAAAAAAAGrM/mK
MzVayTGa0/s1600/Interfacing%2BFabric.jpg- interfacing material

 http://galleryplus.ebayimg.com/ws/web/171002550841_1_0_1/1000x1000.
jpg- fastener

 http://visual.merriam-webster.com/images/arts-architecture/crafts/sewing/f
asteners_2.jpg-fastener2

 https://encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRwCpxIB-23VT
pvOxmf1PR0Vb9GSbwxaCwWxpz85IKfXMQYqmB8- fasteners3

 http://img.diytrade.com/cdimg/745887/13638518/0/1280202217/Ironing_b
oard.jpg- ironing board

 http://sales.brick7.co.za/media/za/348901_349000/348998_a0db0193536
b0976.jpg- cutting table

 http://pradeepamohan.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/oldest-sewing-mac
hine.jpg- sewing machine

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K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM ENTREPRENEURSHIP-BASED
TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION
HOME ECONOMICS-DRESSMAKING
GRADE 9

 http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-X-mkhEUl7nk/UcM6gTq3ksI/AAAAAAAAFd0/L_
D_OXEYxL0/s1600/Fabric%2BMarking%2BTitle.png- marking tools

 http://thumbs4.ebaystatic.com/d/l225/m/mn8WT-KD49cTSuCWcHX41pQ.j
pg- chalk pencil

 http://didyoumakethat.files.wordpress.com/2012/06/marking-wrong-side1.j
pg- tailor’s chalk

 http://www.clothpaperscissors.com/resized-image.ashx/__size/550x0/__ke
y/CommunityServer.Blogs.Components.WeblogFiles/clothpaperscissorsto
day/6237.encaustic_2D00_carbon.gif- CARBON PAPER2

 http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51Dw0fWs3NL._SY300_.jpg-
carbon paper1

 http://www.threadsmagazine.com/assets/uploads/posts/5024/131-against-
grain-02_lg.jpg- straight grain direction

 http://www.threadsmagazine.com/assets/uploads/posts/4968/81-pattern-la
youts-03_xl.jpg- folds on the fabric

 http://0.tqn.com/d/sewing/1/0/6/w/1/wonvenknit.jpg

 http://image.made-in-china.com/2f0j00fvTtLQaGoSpq/Heavy-Military-Tent-
Cotton- Canvas-Fabric-ZY-21-.jpg

 http://image.made-in-china.com/2f0j00mYQTBNEhazdG/Broadcloth-Fabri
c.jpg

 http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTpal_yG-6XErCXiZsm19dD1V
GZyFUt2UYxIU86KL7fo5Yj4dTtUA

 http://us.123rf.com/400wm/400/400/taigi/taigi1201/taigi120100013/118559
71-worn-blue-denim-jeans-texture-with-stitch.jpg

 http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcS5XrCHNRzb2B7_H_Y_FsN0
CxFlujVuwl4FcOz98hOjHQk8N8XDrQ

 http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQmfbxO9wT8N8bo7hKQl099_
MJeQR-SoDgSzKGGLqxPW7UDzbka

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K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM ENTREPRENEURSHIP-BASED
TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION
HOME ECONOMICS-DRESSMAKING
GRADE 9

 http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSf1ck-odQqezm2AQNVnfZVZ
dT71WMFIYQfhC-xxGiqj_GbHR9AqA

 http://thereisbeautyallaround.files.wordpress.com/2011/02/colored-linen.jp
g

 http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTFAvoE49XN9J4ii4jjgp7oU9-
MjIXaaG4PCUK4k1fjQXzfkix4

 http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-cctFQWngGtU/Th4SOLlNmkI/AAAAAAAAAFQ/z
ymbvmu-uqI/s1600/Silk+Road+02.jpg

 http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRUOiA6N8kZJlL8dNm4X395ni
HV5OYEuBUg81VHbUNA1Qoii9ZM

 http://www4.images.coolspotters.com/photos/123867/marchesa-one-shoul
der-chiffon-long-dress-profile.jpg

 http://gallery.allwomenstalk.com/Fashion/2011/10/8-stylish-silk-blouses/4_
topshop-washed-silk-slim-shirt_8-stylish-silk-blouses.jpg

 http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRXuA7Z9ZLBseGCPG34BUA
BaVxQV73tMylfYTGvQJSpyaCiSHw3

 http://www.promdressesdirectory.com/promdresses/wp-content/uploads/2
010/01/006-emerald-changeable-taffeta.preview.jpg

 http://image.made-in-china.com/2f0j00PKjTVWodbQbR/Silk-Stretch-Char
meuse-Fabric.jpg

 http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcR-W3uDxX4jZcNrnkrTiih2cI-8
TSO7Wv283nuboYjR5tTayo7tOg

 http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSATgPJv0D9got3mSQaYa2Kl
MhURC98_qYky5m7xA8uIFNvcMN-

 http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcT1S8h-dkf8E9ocajgixxPfAEwg
nx9-82Wu8v_96jr6d8e-L7Ph

 http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcR5-4mDL2wbkHYuOOrd9TlSl
ZP8gYqhhYU7NjUIQBU508_e6qevPQ

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K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM ENTREPRENEURSHIP-BASED
TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION
HOME ECONOMICS-DRESSMAKING
GRADE 9

 http://images.mytheresa.com/media/catalog/product/cache/common/image
/1000x1000/4ab6458f4d372288

 ccd2abdeb46b18c1/P/0/P00070117-ROTHKO-MERINO-WOOL-AND-CA
SHMERE-BLEND-SCARF-STANDARD.jpg

 http://image.made-in-china.com/2f0j00uCjTKOQgJEop/Raw-Organzine-Tw
ist-Silk-TX-.jpg
 http://www.dicraft.co.za/blog/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Boucle-wool.jpg

 http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRDVcvvF2leaEuUGC9N8wyX
QiBA13pp5OTgQoN63wBDsXx1-7nEBw

 http://www.stitchpiecenpurl.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Boiled-Wool.
jpg

 http://image.made-in-china.com/2f0j00ZvFtQDBrColk/Polyester-Crepe-De-Chine.jpg
 http://image.made-in-china.com/2f0j00ZvFtQDBrColk/Polyester-Crepe-De-Chine.jpg
 http://image.made-in-china.com/4f0j00lCqTnAaGbhbP/Silk-Georgette-Fabric.jpg

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