Fashion/Vocabulary – lesson / project plan

Type of lesson / project plan
Lesson plan
Arts and humanities
Topic, learning area
professional vocabulary
Competencies, skills to be developed
ICT skills
Information literacy
Initiative and self-direction
Communication and collaboration
Creativity and innovation
Productivity and accountability
Flexibility and adaptability
Social and intercultural skills
Professional competencies, skills to be developed
vocabulary, cooperation, presentation, creativity
Teaching method
flipped classroom
General subject(s)
Learning and development goals
vocabulary development, presentation skills, collaboration
dress design variations, fashion styles, materials
Required tools
Computer, projector
90 minutes
Materials released before class or for a project
Introductory part and preparation of the lesson / project plan

As a warm-up, each group's spokesperson can tell you how the work went, how the division of labour worked out, how much time they spent on the task, whether they found it interesting, how they got on with WordArt.

Implementation of the lesson / project plan

1. The groups take turns to project their word clouds and, based on the words, tell the new and interesting facts they have learned during the research. Students divide the words among themselves in advance so that everyone has something to say. After the presentations, the class can ask questions, make additions, etc..

2. A game in which the whole class is now actively involved.  The first word cloud is brought out again. A student chooses a word and creates a sentence(s) with it. (Eg: Evening dresses are often made of chicken. Chicken is a royal material. The most expensive chicken is made of worm and it's called floss. /SILK/

The others have to guess which word is hidden in "chicken" by studying the word cloud. (These sentences tend to get a lot of laughs, and even the one who is more timid at first gets a laugh.) 

Used digital devices
Google Forms
Evaluation plan

Students are given a self-assessment sheet on which they can rate themselves (their group) on various criteria.


In most groups, there are students who are very anxious about speaking and performing in front of others. Their task might be to create a vocabulary picture of their group in Quizlet. They can share this with the class so that gradually everyone can learn the concepts of all three groups.

(I ask for these in stages.)  

Homework, project task

Homework: learn the words of this first topic using the Quizlet set.