Projecting Professional Images... Through the Eyes of Photo Lenses
Twelfth graders research, analyze and demonstrate the do's and don'ts by school personnel, 12th graders, and community members. They research and discuss magazine and newspaper articles on professional appearance. They analyze color.
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