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Transcript: Floral prints were a huge hit in the 60s. Big and bright and colorful flowers were a pretty common sight during this period, often being seen on dresses and even skirts. The fashion was dominated by like dresses with daisy prints. Polka dots were also pretty popular during this period.Materials were also experimented with during this period to create cool clothing.You could see metal and plastic being used with wire to create different and unique clothing at the time. During the 1960s, you could also see that shimmer and glitter were being used heavily. Hippie culture was also catching on in the 60s. Someone could see the young wearing bell-bottom jeans and tie-die shirts. Color was the one thing that bound hippies all together.Long skirts in contrasting colors soon became really popular with women. Headscarves and headbands were used to complete the look. Men and women who belonged to this hippy culture also loved wearing a truck load of jewelry. This jewelry was as colorful as the rest of their outfit. Now on 2012 you still see alot of shimmer and glitter. You can spot it out easily on celeberties clothes and even in makeup.Flower patterns are still pretty popular, just not as much as they would have been then. Something you see now everyday is denim. We wear jeans and jean jackets to school a lot of the time now. Sequins are also quite popular. 1963 It hasn't really changed much. 18-9ft Prints and Patterns Brands Music 2012 The formal hat on JFK Cars Then and Now 1963-2012 All pictures are from Top 10 songs of 1963 Again another big one that has changed. Actually, the 60s was known as a great time for fashion. It was a period of amazing trend setting. This era saw some of the most popular styles being launched.Some of these styles are still in use today. The youth had a major say in fashions in this time. If it weren't for the experimental women in the 60s, women today may not be able to buy dress pants. It's odd though, what you would wear to be "in style" was different from what you wear 3 years later to have the same status.The standard formal of the day were tails and vests. When young girls in the early 60s wanted to dress up they might have worn a poodle skirt. If girls wanted to go out they might have worn saddle shoes. At the time clothing for kids were pretty simple:Shirts,slacks, tennis shoes, or black or brown lace shoes. Yup, fashion definitely changed. 1963-2012 Samples 1. Sugar Shack - Jimmy Gilmer and The Fireballs 2. Surfin' U.S.A. - The Beach Boys 3. The End of the World - Skeeter Davis 4. Rhythm Of The Rain - The Cascades 5. He's So Fine - The Chiffons 6. Blue Velvet - Bobby Vinton 7. Hey Paula - Paul and Paula 8. Fingertips, Part 2 - Little Stevie Wonder 9. Washington Square - Village Stompers 10. It's All Right - The Impressions We all read the book, The Watsons Go to Birmingham. You saw how things compared from then to now. Instead of listening to dub step, night core, and whatever is in the main stream, they would listen to songs like Yakety Yak, Sugar Shack, and Surfin' U.S.A.. Instead of our fancy cars like Lamborghinis and Cadillacs, they drove the 1948 Plymouth (The Brown Bomber). Back then, instead of Converse and Hollister, they wore the buster brown shoe and poodle skirts. Yeah, it was pretty different but I'm sure you realized that. We are 49 years apart. Our culture has changed alot ever since that time. You saw how they used the Ultra-Glide instead of IPods. On that note let's look at music first! Jackie Kennedy and her famous pink pillbox hat Music Now 1963 2012 Size Cars 1. Diamonds - Rihanna 2.Locked Out of Heaven - Bruno Mars 3. Die Young-Ke$ha 4.One More Night-Maroon 5 5. Ho Hey-The Lumineers 6. Some Nights-Fun 7. Home-Phillip Phillips 8. I Cry-Flo Rida 9. Let Me Love You- Ne-Yo 10. Gangnam Style - Psy Motown The Motown was a record label that had its glory days in the early 1960s. It had it's own brand of soul with a distant pop influence.Motown artists such as Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson, the Miracles, the Contours and the Four Tops all had hits in the early 1960s. It's hard to stick with one certain shoe look for the 60s. Conservative women stuck with the simple stiletto but slip on shoes with clunky heels were also common to wear with pants. Then again, there were boots to go along with the mini skirt. First they were loose plastic or plain leather but eventfully they morphed into clinging, treated clothing. Go-go boots were the big trend and came in every height imaginable. Women also loved to wear kitten heels.Men wore ankle boots with a square Cuban heel or Chelsea or Beatle boots.The conservatives stuck with oxfords, brogues, and loafers.Boomers sometimes wore the Buster Brown shoe and girls wore

Then and Now

Transcript: 18th Century Education was left up to parents, other family members, church staff, and voluntary efforts of like-minded people Locals in communities began speaking their views on what was to be taught Yet laws began to be put into place Then and Now 1960's - Student's rights and bilingual education, that was once overlooked by local policies, spawned new federal and state aid programs Local entities lost more of their influence withing the schooling system 1970's - Local control was further eroded by declining student enrollment, resistance to property taxes, and court decisions concerning student rights and due process 1979 - The Department of Education was created, allowing the state contributions to exceed the local 1983 - Accountability and minimum competency testing had failed to combat the growing discontent with academic standards, teacher competence, and cirriculum quality A Massachusettes General Court ordered that... Towns of 50 or more households would have to provide instruction in reading and writing themselves Towns of 100 or more households were to establish grammer schools to prepare boys for entry into Harvard College 1779 - Jefferson divided counties into wards or "little republics" and created elementary schools where all free children, male and female, could attend without charge Traditional American schools run by the local school board money raised through local taxes (i.e. property tax) meant wealthier districts could raise more money for their schools than poorer districts 1957 Soviet Union's launch of Sputnik federal and state governments began to intervene, setting priorities and providing the necessary funds resulting in local districts supplying less than half the funding for public schools reducing local control over the way schools operate Now Local Control Then Local school districts are generally responsible for the instructional programs for the state's elementary and secondary school-age population. Can consist of students, parents, teachers, administrators, local business, and school boards. California's School Improvement Plan encouraging local flexibility and responsibility through self-assessment and goal setting processes School boards unable to control agendas or decison-making outcomes "institutional buffers" - protect school from overpowering state bureaucrats need to work closely with teacher group organizations to help initiate state education policies Then What is Local Control? Jessica Gutierrez, Joanie Grohman, Greg Bicknell, and Scott Grigoruk And...

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