Clothing(r)

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Clothing(r)

  1. 1. What kinds of clothes do you wear? Think of some examples Think of occasions you would wear these.. For example: Chapin jumpers only to school Chapin jumpers with leggings to school in winterMake connections with the kinds of clothes you wearand special occasions, seasons, or other reasons
  2. 2. CHOLI CHUNNI GHAGRACan you make a connection with whatyou might wear?Think of similarities and differences…
  3. 3. CHUNNI KAMEEZSALWAARMake another connection…Compare what you would wear towhat these girls are wearing.What is similar? What is different?
  4. 4. Did you know…that a sari is an unstitched piece of cloth about 18 feet long!It holds on without buttons, zippers, or ties! SARI
  5. 5. KURTA What’s interesting?CHURIDAAR Both male and female wear these.. What are some things boys wear that you might wear too?
  6. 6. ACHKAN DHOTILike the sari for women,unstitched cloth is also worn by men.Notice the different ways clothcan be tied.Is one type moreFormal than LUNGIthe other?
  7. 7. Make a connection… Think of what is similar in the U.S? Do girls and boys here wear something similar? What purpose do the items serve? Why do men wear pagris?PAGRI
  8. 8. What do you observe?JUTTI
  9. 9. CHAPPALWhat are you thinking?
  10. 10. BINDI CHOORI TIKKA SINDOORPAYAL MEHENDI
  11. 11. What are some accessories you wear?Why do you wear these?
  12. 12. What are textiles?What kinds are there?
  13. 13. How does the word diverseexplain clothing in India?
  14. 14. Did you find matches?
  15. 15. To explain diverse…girls in India can also dress just like you! Hats and sweaters when it’s cold outside… Dresses, shortsPJ’s at bedtime flip-flops to play in!Uniform to school
  16. 16. And..they can also dressin traditional clothing.Clothing in India is as regionaland diverse as its people!

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