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The Best Damn Guide to Men’s T-Shirts on the Internet

The Best Damn Guide to Men’s T-Shirts on the Internet | Teacher Tools and Tips | Scoop.it

T-shirts get their name from the T-shape formed by their boxy body and attached sleeves. And such T-shaped garments go back centuries; originally made from wool or silk, these sets of underwear often covered the whole body, were designed to absorb perspiration, and served as a barrier between a man’s skin and the more expensive garments he wanted to protect from bodily grime.

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Some articles can surprise you with their information and history research. The t-shirt (aka undershirt) has some interesting connections based on how they were used and worn. 

 

Technology teachers, as well as secondary school teachers of history, can develop an interesting discussion about technology around its intended uses and actual/practical uses. Discussions can plunge deeper by exploring historical context, for example, social customs and practices as they are influenced by GIs returning from the war fronts to live as civilians. Words, attitudes, social interactions, gender politics, and more are influenced by the returnees. 

 

 

 

 

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LIVE NOW: Young Guru to Discuss Engineering Creativity with HYPETRAK via Live Stream | Clotheshorse

LIVE NOW: Young Guru to Discuss Engineering Creativity with HYPETRAK via Live Stream | Clotheshorse | Teacher Tools and Tips | Scoop.it
Our musically savvy-comrades at HYPETRAK have teamed up with Ogilvy & Mathers' Geometry Global to present Young Guru On Engineering Creativity.
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