Course: Knowledge of Textile Goods 2

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Course title Knowledge of Textile Goods 2
Course code KHT/ZB2
Organizational form of instruction Lecture + Lesson
Level of course Bachelor
Year of study not specified
Semester Summer
Number of ECTS credits 7
Language of instruction Czech, English
Status of course Compulsory
Form of instruction Face-to-face
Work placements Course does not contain work placement
Recommended optional programme components None
Lecturer(s)
  • Havlová Marie, Ing. Ph.D.
Course content
Lectures: 1. Introduction to the typology of woven fabrics and knitted fabrics; identification of weave on woven textile goods 2. Identification of pattern and visual finish on woven textile goods 3. Typology of cotton-type woven fabrics 4. Typology of linen-type woven fabrics 5. Typology of wool-type woven fabrics 6. Typology of silk-type woven fabrics 7. Identification of structure on weft knitted textile godds 8. Identification of structural pattern on weft knitted textile goods 9. Identification of color pattern on weft knitted textile goods 10. Typology of weft knitted textile goods 11. Typology of warp knitted textile goods 12. Functional and special fabrics - identification, basic properties, use 13. Marking of textile products, related legislation, protection of consumer 14. Free lesson Practis: 1. Repetition of knowledges from the subjects Knowledge of textile goods 1 2. Identification of weave on woven textile goods (educational catalog, identification of unmarked samples) 3. Identification of pattern and visual finish on woven textile goods (educational catalog, identification of unmarked samples) 4. Typology of cotton-type woven fabrics (educational catalog, identification of unmarked samples) 5. Typology of linen-type woven fabrics (educational catalog, identification of unmarked samples) 6. Typology of wool-type woven fabrics (educational catalog, identification of unmarked samples) 7. Typology of silk-type woven fabrics (educational catalog, identification of unmarked samples) 8. Identification of structure on weft knitted textile godds (educational catalog, identification of unmarked samples) 9. Identification of structural pattern on weft knitted textile goods (educational catalog, identification of unmarked samples) 10. Identification of color pattern on weft knitted textile goods (educational catalog, identification of unmarked samples) 11. Typology of weft knitted textile goods (educational catalog, identification of unmarked samples) 12. Typology of warp knitted textile goods; functional and special fabrics (educational catalogues, identification of unmarked samples) 13. Repetition 14. Credit

Learning activities and teaching methods
Monological explanation (lecture, presentation,briefing), Self-study (text study, reading, problematic tasks, practical tasks, experiments, research, written assignments), Observation, Laboratory work, Lecture, E-learning
  • Class attendance - 84 hours per semester
Learning outcomes
The course is designed with regard to the profile of graduates in the field of textile marketing. The student is able to identify and name the final textile product - goods. Can perform basic analysis of the final product (without the need for more demanding laboratory equipment, using only a microscope or a magnifying glass) and identify the characteristic elements that determine its properties and use. Students will gain practical experience in the field of touch and visual characteristics, which will enable them to react flexibly from the professional point of view in terms of business negotiations, through expert catalogues containing a wide range (several hundreds) of real textile samples. Emphasis is also placed on the correct labelling of textile products bearing information on both material composition and recommended maintenance method. Students are briefly acquainted with legislation related to consumer protection on the Czech market.
Students can identify and name the final textile product - the goods (woven fabrics, knitted fabrics). Can perform basic analysis of the final product and identify the characteristic elements that are decisive for its description, basic properties and applications. The student receives training through catalogs (covering a wide range of real samples of fabrics) in practical experience in hand and visual characteristics. Emphasis is also placed on the correct labeling of textile products - material composition, symbols maintenance. Students are also acquainted with the basic laws relating to consumer protection.
Prerequisites
Knowledges from subjects: - Textile fibres - Textile technology I. - Textile technology II. - Knowledge of textile goods 1

Assessment methods and criteria
Written exam, Practical demonstration of acquired skills, Test

Credit: - Take an active part in laboratory exercise - Fulfill all tasks - Successful completion of all repetition tests - Successful completion of identification test Exam: - Written
Recommended literature
  • Havlová, M. e-learningový kurz k předmětu Textilní zbožíznalství 2 dostupný na https://elearning.tul.cz.
  • Havlová, M., Pařilová, H. Typologie pletenin. Názvoslovný katalog. Liberec, 2013. ISBN 978-80-7372-940-0.
  • Pařilová, H. Typologie tkanin. Textilní zbožíznalství. Učební texty pro studenty FT.. Liberec, 2018. ISBN 978-80-7494.
  • Teršl, S. Abeceda textilu a odívání. Praha, 1994. ISBN 80-900908-7-7.


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