Tell students that they have three days to prepare for an interview with a local company. Have students prepare a time schedule of what they need to do to prepare for the interview.
Have students cut pictures from various magazines depicting proper and improper ways to dress for an interview and explain why each one is appropriate or inappropriate.
Ask students to look for a job ad that gives a telephone number to call and find out additional information. Then have students write a 50-word paragraph describing how their specific skills would benefit the company.
From Succeeding in the World of Work, 7 th Edition, published by Glencoe/McGraw-Hill
Burberry made the first ones for the military fighting in the trenches, hence the name and design details like D-rings for holding grenades. Style-setter from Katherine Hepburn to Kate Moss adapted it as the "go anywhere in any weather" coat.
It's the female version of the briefcase, perfect for stashing office files, gym clothes, shoes, makeup, and an evening clutch for going out after work.
The wrap dress has been designer Diane von Furstenberg's signature since the 1970s, famous for its comfortable yet flattering fit. It is at its most versatile in black, moving from office to an evening out with a quick change of jewelry.
The Pearl Choker
Instant class for any occasion—women have been known to wear them playing tennis. Sixteen inches is the best length for most necklines, and white is the best color.
A special thanks to Jill Arnett of Glencoe/McGraw Hill Publishing. Jill shared the original presentation with me and permitted me to take ownership . To the original has been added Psychology of Color, Rule of 14 , and Fashion Classics . You may use each of the six sections as individual slide presentations in your classes.