Design Principles of Cosmetology Pacing Guide


Design Principles of Cosmetology Pacing Guide

     

1st Quarter

TN Standards

Lesson Focus

Additional Notes

       

Week 1

1.0 Students will perform safety examinations and maintain safety records.

1.1 Pass with 100% accuracy a written examination on safety issues specific to this course of study.

Classroom rules and regulations

Week 2

1.1 Pass with 100% accuracy a written examination on safety issues specific to this course of study.

1.2 Pass with 100% accuracy a performance examination on tools and equipment specific to this course of study.

1.3 Maintain a portfolio record of written safety examinations and equipment examinations for which the student has passed an operational checkout by the instructor.

ØTennessee Cosmetology Laws and Regulations

ØEmployability Skills

ØPasses with 100% accuracy a written examination on safety issues specific to this course of study.

ØPasses with 100% accuracy a performance examination on tools and equipment specific to this course of study.

ØMaintains a portfolio record of written safety examinations and equipment examinations for which the student has passed an operational checkout by the instructor.

Week 3

1.4 Follow rules and regulations to comply with personal and lab safety standards to include general standards, fire, electrical, and EPA prevention in corrective measures in the industry.

ØEmployability Skills

ØLab Skills

ØDemonstrates and follows procedures for classroom and lab safety, fire safety, and electrical safety, first aid practice and universal precaution procedures (ex., blood spill).

Week 4

1.5 Practice and apply health and safety OSHA standards as they pertain to the course of study.

ØEmployability Skills

ØLab Skills

ØAssesses and applies health and safety OSHA standards as they pertain to the course.

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Week 5

1.0 Students will perform safety examinations and maintain safety records.

1.6 Select tools, technology, machinery, equipment, and materials appropriate for the given assignment.

 

   Ø  Employability Skills

   Ø  Lab Skills

   Ø  Demonstrates appropriate use of tools to complete assignment and maintain safe environment.

Week 6

1.7 Comply with Department of Health Standards and Tennessee State Board of Cosmetology Rules and Regulations.

ØEmployability Skills

ØLab Skills

ØComply with Department of Health Standards and Tennessee State Board of Cosmetology Rules and Regulations.

Week 7

2.0 Students will demonstrate leadership, citizenship, and teamwork skills required for success in the school, community, and workplace.

2.1 Cultivate positive leadership skills professional image of the trade.

Ø Professionalism Ø Leadership Ø Teamwork

Week 8

2.1 Cultivate positive leadership skills professional image of the trade.

2.2 Participate in the student organization directly related to their program of study as an integral part of classroom instruction.

ØProfessionalism

ØEmployability Skills

ØTeamwork

ØLeadership

ØSkillsUSA

ØDemonstrates character and leadership using creative- and critical-thinking skills.*

ØUses creative thought process by “thinking outside the box.”

ØExemplifies acceptable dress and personal grooming identified by the associated trade.

ØRelates the creed, purposes, motto, and emblem of the Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) directly related to personal and professional development.

ØPlans and conducts formal and informal meetings according to accepted rules of parliamentary procedure.

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Week 9

2.0 Students will demonstrate leadership, citizenship, and teamwork skills required for success in the school, community, and workplace.

2.3 Assess situations, apply problem-solving techniques and decision-making skills within the school, community, and workplace.

2.4 Participate as a team member in a learning environment.

 

   Ø  Problem Solving

   Ø  Conflict Resolution

   Ø  Makes decisions and assumes responsibilities.

   Ø  Analyzes a situation and uses a form of professional development procedure which is directly related to the student’s program of study to resolve the situation.

   Ø  Understands the importance of learning new information for both current and future problem solving and decision making.

   Ø  Organizes committees and participates in functions.

   Ø  Cooperates with peers to select and organize a community service project.

     

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2nd Quarter

TN Standards

Lesson Focus

Additional Notes

  

Week 1

2.0 Students will demonstrate leadership, citizenship, and teamwork skills required for success in the school, community, and workplace.

2.5 Respect the opinions, customs, and individual differences of others.

2.6 Identify career interests, strengths, and opportunities in order to build personal career development.

ØProfessionalism

ØEmployability Skills

ØTeamwork

ØProblem Solving Skills

ØConflict Resolution

ØCareer Interest Survey

ØEmployability Skills

ØProfessionalism

ØResearches different customs and individual differences of others.

ØInteracts respectfully with individuals of different cultures, genders, and backgrounds.

ØResolves conflicts and differences to maintain a smooth workflow and classroom environment.

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Ø Creates personal career development by identifying career

  

Week 2

2.0 Students will demonstrate leadership, citizenship, and teamwork skills required for success in the school, community, and workplace.

2.7 Incorporate professional and technical terminology in the classroom environment.

Ø Industry Terminology Ø Chooses terminology to identify

according to assigned task.

Week 3

3.0 Students will integrate reading, writing, math, and science skills and understand the impact of academic achievement in the work place.

 

3.1 Assume responsibility for accomplishing classroom assignments and workplace goals within accepted time frames which relate to industry.

Week 4

3.1 Assume responsibility for accomplishing classroom assignments and workplace goals within accepted time frames which relate to industry.

3.2 Develop advanced study skills.

ØTime Management

ØStudy Skills

ØUses appropriate time management to achieve goals.

ØArrives at school on time each day.

ØCompletes assignments and meets deadlines.

ØAssesses current personal study skills.

ØDemonstrates advanced record keeping and maintaining client consultation information.

ØFormulates appropriate study strategies for given tasks.

Week 5

3.3 Demonstrate and use written and verbal communication skills.

3.4 Read and understand technical documents such as regulations, manuals, reports, forms, graphs, charts, and tables.

ØCommunication

ØReading Comprehension

ØCommunicates ideas, information, and messages in a logical manner.

ØFills out forms, reports, logs, and documents to comply with class and project requirements.

ØReads and understands technical documents and uses industry jargon, acronyms, and terminology appropriately.

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Ø Recognizes the meaning of specialized words or phrases unique to the career and industry.

  

Week 6

3.0 Students will integrate reading, writing, math, and science skills and understand the impact of academic achievement in the work place.

3.5 Apply the foundations of mathematical principles such as algebra, geometry, and advanced math to solve problems.

3.6 Apply basic scientific principles and methods to solve problems and complete tasks.

ØMath Skills

ØScientific principles

ØUtilizes computation in adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and percents.

ØChooses the right mathematical method or formula to solve a problem.

ØPerforms math operations accurately to complete classroom and lab tasks.

ØComprehends scientific principles critical to the course.

ØApplies scientific principles and technology to solve problems and complete tasks.

ØHas knowledge of the scientific method (e.g., identifies the problem, collects information, forms opinions, and draws conclusions).

Week 7

3.7 Understand computer operations and related applications to input, store, retrieve, and output information as it relates to the course.

3.8 Research, recognize, and understand the interactions of the environment and green issues as they relate to the course work and to a global economy.

ØTechnology

ØEnvironmental Issues

ØUses basic computer hardware (e.g., PCs, printers) and software to perform tasks as required for the course work.

ØUnderstands capabilities of computers and common computer terminology (e.g.,program, operating system) as technology relates to appropriate field.

ØApplies the appropriate technical solution to complete tasks.

ØInputs data and information accurately for the course requirements.

ØResearches and recognizes green trends

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in career area and industry.

   Ø  Examines current environmentally- friendly trends.

   Ø  Applies sustainability practices by understanding processes that are non- polluting, conserving of energy and natural resources, and economically efficient.

Week 8

4.0 Students will analyze procedures for cleansing and reconditioning the hair and the scalp.

4.1 Analyze scalp and hair and prescribe cleansing and reconditioning treatments.

Shampooing and Conditioning

Week 9

4.1 Analyze scalp and hair and prescribe cleansing and reconditioning treatments.

4.2 Demonstrate brushing techniques for various services.

4.3 Prescribe scalp and neck manipulations to be administered.

Ø Hair and Scalp Analysis Ø Organizes products Ø Product Selection Ø Professional Terminology Ø Conducts a hair and scalp analysis.

Ø Organizes procedures and selects products to use for cleansing and reconditioning hair and scalp.

Ø Selects and practices correct brushing technique for different diagnosis

Ø Incorporates professional terminology into conversations during training activities.

   

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Design Principles of Cosmetology Pacing Guide

     

3rd Quarter

TN Standards

Lesson Focus

Additional Notes

       

Week 1

5.0 Students will evaluate advanced hair shaping techniques.

5.1 Demonstrate safety procedures using hair shaping scissors, razors, clippers, and texture shears.

Haircutting

Week 2

5.1 Demonstrate safety procedures using hair shaping scissors, razors, clippers, and texture shears.

5.2 Establish guideline procedures for various hair shapings.

Ø Demonstrates the correct handling of haircutting tools.

Ø Completes haircuts using stationary guideline.

Ø Completes haircuts using traveling guideline.

Ø Completes haircuts using a combination of stationary and traveling guidelines.

Week 3

5.3 Establish elevations used in various haircuts.

5.4 Demonstrates various bi-level and other blending techniques with various tools.

Ø Creates geometric lines and angles in haircutting.

Ø Demonstrates razor cutting, slide cutting, and shears-over-comb, and various weight line hair-cut designs.

Week 4

6.0 Students will create harmony using design principles and elements.

6.1 Diagram hair designs as creations.

Ø Demonstrate form, shapes and space in hair design

Week 5

6.1 Diagram hair designs as creations.

Ø Demonstrates form, shape, and space in relation to hair design.

Ø Distinguishes facial shapes and uses elements of design to create hairstyles, which will enhance the appearance of the client.

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Ø Demonstrate design disciplines required for corrective styling in relation to facial structure.

  

Week 6

6.0 Students will create harmony using design principles and elements.

6.3 Compose designs using various techniques and products.

Ø Composes various hair designs with the aid of products suitable for a client.

Ø Combines styling techniques to create new designs.

Week 7

7.0 Students will evaluate hands and feet for cosmetic procedures.

7.1 Assess sanitary and safety precautions necessary for the application of artificial nails.

Artificial Nails

Week 8

7.1 Assess sanitary and safety precautions necessary for the application of artificial nails.

7.2 Organize, use, and care for implements, tools, equipment, cosmetics, and materials used in artificial nail application and nail artistry.

Ø Employs proper sanitary and safety precautions through proper decontamination and infection control procedures.

Ø Demonstrates proper use of implements, tools, and equipment for artificial nail application and nail artistry.

Ø Demonstrates proper use of cosmetics and materials used in artificial nail application and nail artistry.

Week 9

7.3 Evaluate different types of nail tips, wraps, and acrylic applications.

7.4 Evaluate the correct removal application for each nail service technique.

Ø Properly applies and blends artificial nail tips to various shapes of nails.

Ø Demonstrates proper use of cosmetics and material used in artificial nail application and nail artistry.

Ø Properly applies various brands of liquid monomer and powder polymer products on natural and artificial nails.

Ø Properly applies various types of silk, linen,

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or fiberglass overlays. Ø Properly applies UV gel products to natural

and artificial nails. Ø Properly removes nail tips. Ø Properly removes nail wraps. Ø Properly removes acrylic applications. Ø Properly removes UV Gel products.

     

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4th Quarter

TN Standards

Lesson Focus

Additional Notes

   

Week 1

8.0 Students will formulate cosmetic procedures and applications to enhance a client’s appearance.

8.1 Research the histology of the skin.

Skin and Skin Disorders Massage Facials Make Up

Week 2

8.1 Research the histology of the skin.

8.2 Complete and record an analysis of the skin.

Ø Engages in Internet navigation to research the skin.

Ø Sketches and/or constructs the structure and composition of the skin.**

Ø Relates skin structure to aesthetic approaches used in the cosmetology industry.

Ø Relates sanitary, and safety procedures necessary for protection of the aesthetician, the client, and the environment.

Ø Evaluates various types and characteristics

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of the skin.

Ø Evaluates environmental effects on various types of skin.

  

Week 3

8.0 Students will formulate cosmetic procedures and applications to enhance a client’s appearance.

8.3 Evaluate methods of hair removal.

8.4 Appraise the skin and bone structure for cosmetic application.

Ø Compares the various types of hair removal and effects of each on the skin.

Ø Demonstrates the proper use of physical means of hair removal.

Ø Demonstrates the proper use of chemical means of hair removal.

Ø Researches the use of electronic devices as means of hair removal.

Ø Compares skin structure to aesthetic approaches used in the cosmetology industry.

Ø Formulates cleansing and moisturizing procedure and selects products for various skin types.

Ø Evaluate skin tone and determine color enhancement application.

Ø Demonstrates proper makeup application procedure for various facial types and consider corrective measures.

Week 4

9.0 Students will evaluate basic actions of chemicals as they relate to the cosmetology industry.

9.1 Consult with clients to determine their needs and preferences in chemically texturing

Chemical Texturizing

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Week 5

9.0 Students will evaluate basic actions of chemicals as they relate to the cosmetology industry.

9.1 Consult with clients to determine their needs and preferences in chemically texturing the hair.

9.2 Examine the structural changes of the hair after the application of chemical services.

 

Ø Demonstrates retexturing by performing rolling techniques for clients desired results.

Ø Demonstrates retexturing by applying permanent wave solution.

Ø Demonstrates retexturing by applying chemical relaxers.

Ø Demonstrates retexturing by applying various methods of hair coloring.

Ø Analyzes hair to determine texture, porosity, and elasticity.

Ø Selects chemicals for the procedure based on hair analysis.

Ø Compares hair structure prior to chemical application and after chemical application.

Ø Prescribes after-care products.

Week 6

9.3 Evaluate color principles.

Ø Researches how color affects individuals.

Ø Analyzes the color wheel.

Ø Evaluates various color products to determine the base color of the product line.

ØMixes, applies, and records results of color.

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Week 7

  

10.0 Students will consult with clients and analyze reasons for non-surgical hair additions and extensions.

10.1 Relate sanitation and safety precautions to incorporating wigs and hair additions into designs.

 

 

Non-Surgical Hair Additions and Extensions

  

Week 8

10.1 Relate sanitation and safety precautions to incorporating wigs and hair additions into designs.

10.2 Compare structure and quality of various types of wigs and hair additions.

Ø Demonstrates sanitation and safety precautions to protect the client, the designer, and the environment.

Ø Illustrates the match test to determine quality and differences between synthetic, synthetic blends, and human hair.

Ø Selects the type of hair additions used to add fullness and length.

Week 9

10.4 Evaluate tools, implements, and materials used in designing hair extensions.

10.5 Appraise methods of attachment in the designing of wigs, hair additions, and hair extensions.

10.6 Evaluate products used in caring for wigs and hair extensions.

Ø Assess and demonstrates the various tools, implements, and materials used in customizing wigs.

Ø Compare the effectiveness of the different tools and implements used.

Ø Demonstrate the various methods used for wig designing procedures.

Ø Demonstrate the various methods used for hair additions and hair extensions.

Ø Compares the pH (potential hydrogen) of various products used in caring for wigs and hair extensions.

Ø Document the effects of various products on different qualities of wigs and hair extensions.

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Ø Cleans wigs and extensions and records results and effects.

  

     

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