Grade 11-XI Fashion Design Curriculum | Subject Code: Fad.325 | 2077 | DOWNLOAD in PDF

Fashion Design
Grade/Class - 11/XI
Subject Code - Fad.325
Credit Hour - 5
Annual working hours - 160

1. Introduction

Fashion Design is a field related to the designing and construction of a garment. It includes the entire process of designing and producing fashion apparels from the fibre and yarn stage to the finished product. At present, the popularity of fashion designing is increasing more and more, consequently the demand of fashion designing courses is rising. As a result, it has been one of the ideal career options for many aspirants. It has huge potential to create job opportunity in millions especially for women and people of indigenous community.

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This curriculum is designed to acquaint the students with the fundamental knowledge and skills on fashion designing keeping in mind the needs and strengths which an individual must learn to become competent to work as a fashion designer. It will enable the students to understand and implement the process of design development with the practical skills and knowledge needed to make a finished garment including pattern making, stitching and finishing.

The curriculum is structured for two academic years in accordance with National Curriculum Framework, 2076. It focuses on both theoretical and practical aspects having equal teaching and practical hours of 80. It incorporates the level-wise competencies, grade-wise leaning outcomes, scope and sequence of contents, suggested practical/project activities, learning facilitation process and assessment strategies so as to enhance the learning on the subject systematically.

2. Levelwise Competencies

At the end of grade 12, the curriculum aims at developing the following competencies in the learners:

a. Demonstrate an understanding of fundamental aspects of fashion designing.
b. Interpret latest and upcoming market trends and design outfits accordingly.
c. Draft different garment components and stitch them according to the standards to become proficient in knowing technical details of a garment and its construction.
d. Understand the importance of surface design in fashion industry and be able to amalgamate them with structural designs.
e. Develop cut lines for the garments and apply surface ornamentation techniques creatively.
f. Be familiar with the world of fashion design through pattern development.
g. Be familiar with fibre made in Nepal and traditional costume of Nepal.
h. Develop basic entrepreneur skills for setting up a fashion design business.

3. Grade-wise Learning Outcomes

On completion of grade 11 and 12, students will be able to:

Grade 11
Unit Learning Outcomes
1 Introduction to Fashion Design-i 1.1 Introduce fashion design and show its importance.
1.2 Explain the types of fashion.
1.3 Define design and fashion design.
1.4 Describe different fashion terminology.
1.5 Identify the prospect of career in fashion design.
1.6 Explain the chronological history of fashion design from basic history of the world and Nepal.
1.7 Show the influence of costume used by Rana and Shah Regime.
2 Introduction to Textile 2.1 Introduce fiber and its classification.
2.2 Demonstrate the different uses of natural fibre and man-made fibre
2.3 Understand the conversation of fibre to fabric.
2.4 Describe the different aspect and types of yarn and its impact on fabric.
2.5 Describe and demonstrate fabric.
2.6 Demonstrate the basic woven and knitted fabrics.
2.7 Demonstrate and apply the appropriate process of dyeing.
2.8 Demonstrate and apply the appropriate process of printing.
2.9 Classify printing.
3 Design Studies 3.1 Explain the elements and component of design.
3.2 Use basic design language.
3.3 Translate different print ideas into visual language.
3.4 Explain and apply various aspects of design in terms of colour.
3.5 Determine texture in terms of fibre content, finishing, yarn structure, light effect etc.
3.6 Apply the various principles of design
4 Garment Studies-i 4.1 Define and introduce garment making.
4.2 Demonstrate the methods of measuring body.
4.3 Describe different garment terminology.
4.4 Work with sufficient proficiency on the sewing machine.
4.5 Sort out simple problems of the machine faced while stitching.
4.6 Identify and describe the sewing machine type used in garment making.
4.7 Identify and use different equipment used in garment making.
4.8 Explain and figure out different parts of sewing machine and its function.
4.9 Define and demonstrate stitch and its type.
4.10 Describe seam and its type.
4.11 Finish garment edges with hand stitches.
4.12 Make pleats,gathers,tucks, pocket, neckline, collar etc on the fabric.
4.13 Make basic components of garments.
4.14 Apply basic skills in piping, cording, fabric manipulation, and gathering and patch work.
4.15 Give basic definition related to methods of pattern making.
5 Fashion Illustration-i 5.1 Identify and describe the tools used for sketching.
5.2 Demonstrate free hand sketching and tracing.
5.3 Describe and demonstrate different design details.
5.4 Describe and use block figure drawing.
5.5 Demonstrate fleshing process.
5.6 Identify the draping process and its uses.
5.7 Identify different poses

4. Scope and Sequence of Contents.

 Grade 11
Unit Content Area Elaboration of Contents Working hrs Practical Areas/Activities Working hrs
1 Introduction to Fashion Design-I 1.1.Introductionto fashion design
1.1.1. Meaning and definition of fashion
1.1.2. Importance of Fashion
1.1.3. Types of Fashion
1.1.4. Definition of Design
1.1.5. Definition of Fashion Design
1.1.6. Importance of Fashion Design
1.2. Career in Fashion Design.
1.3. Fashion Terminology(Generic Terminology)
1.4. History of Fashion Design(Basic history of Greek, Egypt, Rome)
1.5. History of Nepali fashion (Rana, Shah regime)
10 1.1. Make a photo file by using different print media like magazine,book, journal as a source of information for fashion trends
2 Introducti on to Textile 2.1. Fibre introduction
2.1.1. Classification of textile fibre
2.2. Yarn
2.2.1. Yarn type
2.3. Fabric
2.3.1. Fabric type
2.3.2. Weaving and its type
2.3.3. Knitting and its type
2.3.4. Introduction to different fabrics (chiffon, georgette, velvet, raw silk etc)
2.4. Dyeing
2.4.1. Dyeing flowchart
2.4.2. Preparatory process of dyeing
2.5. Printing
2.5.1. Printing process
2.5.2. Types of printing
2.5.3. Preparatory process of printing
35 2.1.a. Identification and distinguish between the different basic fibre through burning test
2.2.a. Swatch file presentation of different fabric used in fashion field(Assignment)
2.3.a. Basic weave demonstration by using paper
2.4.a. Dye a cotton fabric using tie and dye technique
2.5.a. Demonstrate Batiq print on cotton T-shirt
2.6.a. Print on cotton using block
3 Design Studies 3.1.Elements of Design
3.1.1. Meaning and elements of design
3.1.2. Components of elements of design(line, color, texture, silhouette)
3.1.3. Line and its type, uses (horizontal, vertical, diagonal and others)
3.1.4. Colour of colour (tint, shade, hue) (Warm color, cool color, neutralcolor) (primary, secondary, tertiary colour) wheel philosophy symbolism(meaning of colour) of clothing colour (complexion, age, occasion etc)
3.1.5. Texture (visual, tactile) of texture (fibre content, finishing, yarn structure, light effect-transparent etc) (geometrical, floral, abstract, animal)
3.1.6. Silhouette (A-line, hourglass, inverted A etc)
3.2. Principle of Design (Repetition, rhythm, emphasis, balance, unity, contrast)
20 3.1.a. Flat sketch of dresses using different lines in A3 Sketch book
3.2.a. Make colour wheel in A3 size
3.3.a. Create texture using different techniques(Assignment) and make a file
3.4.a. Flat sketch dresses of different silhouette in A3 sheet
3.5.a. Sketch dresses by using all the principles(Assignment) in A3 sheet
4 Garment Studies-i 4.1. Introduction to garment making
4.1.1. Definition of garment making
4.1.2. Methods of measuring body
4.1.3. Standard body measurement (Assignment)
4.1.4. Garment terminology (Dart, seam, seam allowance, cuff, grain line etc)
4.2. Types of garment (skirt, trouser, coat etc) - Definition and sketch
4.3. Stitch and its type
4.4. Seam and its type
4.5. Pleats
4.6. Tucks
4.7. Pocket
4.8. Neck line
4.9. Collar
4.10. Fastening
4.11. Piping
4.12. Cording
4.13. Fabric Manipulation
4.13.1. Gathering
4.13.2. Smoking
4.13.3. Quilting
4.13.4. Patch work
4.13.5. embroidery
4.14. Sewing M/c and its part
4.14.1. Sewing tools
4.15. Pattern making
4.15.1. Definition of pattern making
4.15.2. Basic definition related to methods of pattern making Drafting Draping Flat pattern making Grading
4.16. Garment Trims
10 4.1.a. Demonstrate below topic by using hand stitch and machine on 8/8 fabric swatch 4.1.a.1. Stitch types
4.1.a.2. Seam types
4.3.a. Tucks
4.4.a. Pocket
4.5.a. Neck line
4.6.a. Collar
4.7.a. Fastening
4.8.a. Piping
4.9.a. Cording
4.10.a. Fabric Manipulation
4.10.a.1. Gathering
4.10.a.2. Smoking
4.10.a.3. Quilting
4.10.a.4. Patch work
4.10.a.5. Embroidery
4.11.a. File presentation of different trims type used in garment(Assignment)
5 Fashion Illustration-i 5.1.Free hand sketching and Tracing
5.2.Design detail
5.2.1. Neck line
5.2.2. Collar
5.2.3. Skirt
5.2.4. Sleeve
5.2.5. Ruffles
5.2.6. Cuffs
5.3. Block Figure drawing
5.3.1. Female different views
5.4. Fleshing
5.5. Draping
5.6. Poses (X, Inverted Y, S)
5 5.1.a. Draw types of neck line in A3 sheet
5.1.b. Draw types of collar im A3 sheet
5.1.c. Draw types of skirt in A3 sheet
5.1.d. Draw types sleeve in A3 sheet
5.1.e. Draw types of cuffs in A3 sheet
5.1.f. Draw types in pants in A3 sheet
5.1.g. Drawing on block figure in A3 sheet
5.1.h. Fleshing on block figure in A3 sheet
5.1.i. Different poses with draping in A3 sheet
Total Working Hours 80 80

Practical/project Activities

Practical is integral part of Secondary Education Curriculum. It focuses more on skill development than knowledge building. It consists of project work, group work, presentation, observation, internship etc. Total of 80 hours has been designated to practical activities and will be carried out under the guidance and monitoring of teacher. Above mentioned are only sample practical activities, teacher can assign any relevant practical activity as per requirement.

5. Learning Facilitation Methods and Process

Fashion design course aims to blend both theoretical and practical aspects of knowledge and skills required for fashion design. So, its facilitation process differs from the traditional method of delivery. The practical aspect is much focused. So, methods and strategies that enable the practical skills in the students are much used in course of content facilitation. A facilitator encourages and assists students to learn for themselves engaging in different activities with practical tasks. To achieve the entire objectives from this syllabus, teacher must use different techniques and process while teaching. In particular, the teacher can make use of the following methods and strategies for the learning facilitation:

(a) Direct instruction method
(b) Group Discussion
(c) Problem solving method
(d) Practical works
(e) Field Visit
(f) Demonstration
(g) Visual Class
(h) Web surfing
(i) Project Works

6. Student Assessment

Student assessment is carried out continuously so as to ensure the practical competency in fashion design. It is mainly done for measuring student’s understanding, knowledge and skill in the subject content. For this purpose, both the formative and summative approaches are used in the subject. So far as formative assessment strategies are concerned, the teacher uses the following assessment strategies:

→ Assessment of students' everyday learning
→ Presentation of home assignments by the students
→ Students' participation in discussions
→ Project work completion
→ Weekly, Monthly and trimester tests

With reference to summative assessment, both the internal and external evaluation will be utilized.

a. Internal Evaluation

The internal evaluation carries 50 percentage of weightage for final evaluation of student achievement. It includes students' participation, practical works and trimester exam marks. The assessment includes attendance, students' participation, group works, progress assessment and project and practical works. As a part of internal evaluation, two trimester examinations will also be conducted.

Student assessment/evaluation in practical works will be based on the examination of practical record book, field work and report writing, and viva-voce. Allocation of marks in internal assessment will be as follows:


 Criteria Marks allocated
Participation Classroom participation 3
Practical Works Practical work
A. Basic weave demonstration
B. Dye a cotton fabric using tie and dye technique
C. Make a colour wheel
D. Flat sketch dresses of different sillhoutte
E. Demonstrate different stitch on 8/8 swatch
F. Draw a block figure
A. Field work
(Boutique, Garment, Market)
B. File presentation
Trimester exams Marks from trimester exams 6
On the spot evaluation Practical evaluation and viva-voce by external evaluator 25
 Total 50

b. External examination

The external examination carries 50 percentage of weightage for final evaluation of student achievement. External evaluation of the students will be carried on the basis of long answer, short answer and very short answer questions covering various levels of cognitive capacities. Tools and questions for examination will be based on the specification grid developed by Curriculum Development Centre.


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