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Family & Consumer Sciences
FC00204
Family and Consumer Sciences IIB
60.00
A comprehensive study designed with updated content areas of clothing and textiles, housing and family lifestyles, financial fitness in the home. Attention is also focused toward assisting students with understanding a career ladder and assuming leadership responsibilities. Student leadership through Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA), is an integral part of this course.
Mary Jane Grayson
mgray@okcareertech.org
405-743-5469
Family and Consumer Sciences I recommended
The core FACS I course has been divided to be taught as two one-semester courses. FACS IB includes the areas of clothing, housing, and the finance units. (See FACS I I for full course description.)

-Determine sorted laundry loads.
-Determine stain removal treatments.
-Match laundry products to their correct uses.
-Identify equipment used in sewing.
-Prepare the sewing machine for sewing.
-Stitch straight, wavy, and curved lines, square corners, and sharp angle turns.
-Prepare fabric for cutting and cut according to project instructions.
-Complete a basic sewing project.
-Match body measurements to garment styles to determine fit.
-Match fabrics to illusions they create.
-Select appropriate clothing choices for specific events.
-Select factors to consider in choosing garments.
-Identify consumer rights and responsibilities.
-Analyze consumer problems.
-Compare types of advertising.
-Examine the uses of different advertising mediums.
-Distinguish between retail shopping options.
-Select factors that influence use of personal income.
-Analyze how values and goals affect decision making.
-Discuss personal savings plans.
-Create a budget.
-Classify primary, secondary, and intermediate (tertiary) colors.
-Create a color wheel.
-Demonstrate the intensity and value of a color.
-Discuss the effect of color on a person’s mood.
-Select guidelines for using color.
-Use color schemes to decorate rooms.
-Identify questions to answer when evaluating a personal living space.
-Evaluate a living space.
-Identify livability issues in a home.
FACS II: Core - CTTC
http://www.okcareertech.org/testing/Skills_Standards/Human_Career_Cluster.htm
National FACS Standards
Family and Consumer Sciences II-CIMC

Supplemental Instructional Videos for FACS I and II

http://www.okcimc.com/

http://icat.okcareertech.org/facs - Click on FACS Courses/Resources; FACS Course Content; FACS I and/or FACS II for curriculum based websites, Power Points, and other resources.

Internet Addresses - http://www.oatfacs.eboard.com/
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