This archived Web page remains online for reference, research or recordkeeping purposes. This page will not be altered or updated. Web pages that are archived on the Internet are not subject to the Government of Canada Web Standards. As per the Communications Policy of the Government of Canada, you can request alternate formats of this page on the Contact Us page.
Canadian Olympic Fashion
Program Area: Canadian History
Criterion: Understanding Canadian identity
- Produces a timeline that charts, identifies and describes significant historical events related to the Canadian Olympic tradition.
- Expresses a link between uniform design and research on the Canadian Olympic tradition.
- Explains how the use of colour and symbols in uniform design reflect the Canadian Olympic tradition.
Program Area: Dramatic Arts
Criterion: Role-playing presentation
- Uses various techniques to sustain a role within the presentation.
- Demonstrates an understanding of "willing suspension of disbelief" both as performer and as audience member during the consultant-client role-playing presentation.
- Demonstrates an understanding of, and participates fully in, the process of structuring drama (e.g., selection of format, choice of roles, negotiation of action, preparation).
- Uses voice (volume, tone, pace, and emphasis), movement (gesture and other non-verbal communication) consistently to communicate a credible character during the presentation.
Program Area: Visual Arts
Criterion: Fashion design
- Researches the history of the Canadian Olympic uniform design as an art form.
- Describes the characteristics of this art form.
- Explains how compositions are altered when design elements and principles change.
- Explains how the group has incorporated into their assignment characteristic materials and expressive qualities of designs studied.
- Explains how own sketches and ideas have been influenced by examples viewed in related resources.
- Uses tools, materials, processes, and technologies safely and appropriately.
Program Area: Language
Criterion: Reading for understanding
- Selects and reads from a range of informational materials for the purpose of creating a focussed and relevant base of information on the topic of Canadian Olympic tradition.
- Analyses the information, ideas, and elements in resource texts and synthesizes and communicates findings in the role-playing presentation.