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Lesson Plan

Course Title: Cosmetology I Session Title: 90 Haircut Performance Objective: Upon completion of this assignment, the student will be able to correctly cut a 90 haircut according to guidelines established by the Texas Cosmetology Commission.

Specific Objectives: 1. Define terms associated with the lesson. 2. Review methods for holding implements. 3. Demonstrate proper handling of equipment. 4. Demonstrate the 90 angle on the head. 5. Review proper parting and correct clamping. 6. Demonstrate sub-sectioning. 7. Demonstrate vertical partings from perimeter to layering pattern. 8. Demonstrate checking the haircut. 9. Complete all sanitation procedures for a haircut. Preparation TEKS Correlations: This lesson, as published, correlates to the following TEKS. Any changes/alterations to the activities may result in the elimination of any or all of the TEKS listed. 125.112(c)(1)(C) identify employers expectations and appropriate work habits 125.112(c)(1)(E) demonstrate knowledge of the concepts and skills related to health and safety in the workplace, as specified by appropriate government regulations 125.112(c)(3) know the concepts and skills that form the core knowledge of cosmetology; demonstrate knowledge of the rules and regulations established by the Texas Cosmetology Commission 125.112(c)(4)(A) safely use tools, materials, and equipment commonly employed in the field of cosmetology services

Interdisciplinary Correlations: This lesson, as published, correlates to the following TEKS. Any changes/alterations to the activities may result in the elimination of any or all of the TEKS listed. 110.xx(6) - Reading/vocabulary development 110.xx(6)(A) ...expand vocabulary through wide reading, listening, and discussing...
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110.xx(6)(B) ...rely on context to determine meanings of words and phrases such as figurative language, idioms, multiple meaning of words, and technical vocabulary...

Instructor/Trainer References: 1. Texas Cosmetology Commission Practical Exam Guide 2. Miladys Standard Textbook of Cosmetology Instructional Aids: 1. 90 Haircut PowerPoint Presentation 2. 90 Haircut PowerPoint Slides 3. 90 Haircut PowerPoint Handout 4. 90 Haircut PowerPoint Notes Page 5. Grading rubric 6. Headform handout 7. Manikin & stand 8. Jaw clamps 9. Haircutting comb 10. Shears 11. Water bottle Materials Needed: Paper, diskette to hold PPT Equipment Needed: WebTV or projector to run PPT Learner: The student will provide their manikin, stand, jaw clamps, hairstyling comb, water bottle, shears and pen Introduction Introduction (LSI Quadrant I): SAY: Now that youve mastered the 0 and the 45 cuts, lets move onto the most popular cut, the 90. This is a basic mans haircut and you will use these elements most frequently when cutting hair. Outline Outline (LSI Quadrant II): Note: Instructor can use the PPT slides while demonstrating each step for the students. Give students headform handout for personal note taking. I. Remind students of the proper method for holding the implements. {PPT #1-3} A. Holding the shears. B. Holding the comb. C. Rotating comb while holding shears. II. Demonstrate the 90 angle on the head. {PPT #4} III. Remind students of proper parting and correct clamping {PPT #5} A. Demonstrate vertical sectioning in standard 4 sections
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B. Point out the head angle MUST be perpendicular to the floor. C. Demonstrate how to secure each section with clamps without ends sticking out. Demonstrate sub-sectioning. {PPT #6-7} A. Demonstrate 1 perimeter parting around the head. B. Demonstrate 1 center layering pattern from bangs to nape. Demonstrate vertical partings from perimeter to layering pattern. {PPT #8-9} A. Remind students to always cut UP from the perimeter to layering pattern. Demonstrate checking the haircut. {PPT #10-11} A. Remind students to check using the opposite method of cutting. Remind students of sanitation upon completion of haircut A. Explain when hair should be swept. B. Describe where to deposit hair after being swept up. Application

Guided Practice (LSI Quadrant III): Students will cut their manikin using the demonstration, PPT and handout notes for guidelines. The instructor will reteach as necessary. Independent Practice (LSI Quadrant III): Students will practice cutting their manikins independently. Summary Review (LSI Quadrants I and IV): Q & A Session Q: What angle is this haircut? A: 90 Q: What angle should the head be held? A: Perpendicular to the floor or 90 Q: How many sections are needed for this haircut? A: 4 Q: What size are the sub-sections? A: Q: What direction are sub-sections parted? A: Vertical Q: What angle is the perimeter cut? A: 0 Q: At what angle is the center layering pattern cut? A: 90 Q: When should the hair be swept? A: Immediately after the cut. Q: Where does hair belong once it has been swept up?
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In a covered trash receptacle. Evaluation

Informal Assessment (LSI Quadrant III): The instructor should monitor student performance throughout the haircut. Provide reteaching as needed. Formal Assessment (LSI Quadrant III, IV): Using the grading rubric, haircuts on manikins will be graded by the instructor. Extension/Enrichment (LSI Quadrant IV): Students will be able to practice this haircut on customers during customer lab days. This haircut should be performed and timed frequently to prepare students for the state exam.

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Holding Implements

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Unit Subtitle: 90 Haircut

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Place thumb in moving blade (bottom blade) Place ring finger in the top blade Rest index and middle finger on the shank Practice opening and closing the bottom blade Close shear points Slide thumb out of ring Fold shears into palm Hold in place using ring and pinkie fingers
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Holding Implements
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90 On the Head
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Palm shears Pick up comb using thumb and forefinger Use thumb and first two fingers to rotate and manipulate the comb

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This haircut will use the 0 and 90 angles Perimeter is cut at a 0 Layering pattern is cut at a 90 Vertical sections are cut at a 90

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4 Sections
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Perimeter Sub-section
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Part straight from bang section to nape Part from ear to ear across top of head Make sure partings are even and neat

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Sub-section a 1 parting around the perimeter of the head This will be cut at a 0 Establish length BEFORE cutting This will be your guideline
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Layering Pattern
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Sub-sections
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Take 1 parting from bang to nape This sub-section will be cut at a 90 Cut UP from 0 This will be your guideline to layer to

Vertical sub-sections are used to complete the cut Cut all sub-sections at a 90 Cut from perimeter pattern to layering pattern Always cut UP
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Cut Up
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Check the Cut


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Scissors should always be aimed upward Cutting down can cut off the guideline Some sections will feel awkward Practice never cutting down

When cutting vertically, check horizontally In the back, use horizontal sections to check for tags

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Finish
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Check for tags Always hold hair at 90 There should be a gradual taper Tags should not be evident

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Headform Handout

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Task: 90 Haircut Unacceptable Beneath Expectations


2 points Scissors seldom palmed. Comb not kept in hands.

Total Possible Points: 25 Approaching Expectations


3 points Scissors palmed some of the time. Comb in hand some of the time. Sectioned into 4 sections, but not evenly. Partings uneven. Subsections too large.

Meets Expectations
4 points Scissors palmed most of the time. Comb kept in hand the majority of time. Sections similar in size and neat partings. Subsections similar in size for all 4 sections. Guideline slightly longer on one side. Hair held at 0 angle. Hair held at 90 for layering pattern and vertical sections majority of the time.

Exceeds Expectations
5 points Scissors always palmed. Comb never out of hand. Self

Comments
Instructor

Criteria Control of Implements

1 point Scissors not in hand or never palmed. Comb left on station or in hair. No sectioning or wrong number of sections. Partings messy and uneven. No sub-sections used. No guideline used. Hair not held at 0 angle. Hair not held at 90 for layering pattern and vertical sections.

Sections & Subsections

Sectioning very uneven. Partings uneven or messy. Sub-sections too large and uneven in all four sections. Uneven guideline. Hair not held at 0 angle. Hair seldom held at 90 for layering pattern and vertical sections.

Sections even and partings neat. Subsections correct size in all 4 sections.

Cut of Guideline & Sections

Guideline noticeably longer on one side. Hair not held at 0 angle. Hair held at 90 for layering pattern and vertical sections some of the time. One side noticeably longer than the other. Hair not held at 90 angle. Noticeable hair remaining on floor or station. Placed in covered receptacle.

Guideline established evenly all around head. Hair held at 0 angle. Hair held at 90 for layering pattern and vertical sections.

Balance

Noticeable unevenness. Hair not held at 90 angle. Hair not swept or left in dustpan.

Uneven around the perimeter. Hair not held at 90 angle.

One side slightly longer than the other. Hair held at 90 angle. Most hair swept immediately from station and floor and placed in covered receptacle.

All sections the same length and hair held at 90 angle. All hair swept immediately from station and floor and placed in covered receptacle. Total Points:

Sanitation

Hair not swept immediately. Noticeable hair left behind. Hair not in covered receptacle.

Grade Conversion scale: A= 25-20 pts. C= 14-10 pts. B= 19-15 pts. D= 9-5 pts.

Cosmetology I: 90 Haircut Grading Rubric 2004 Texas Trade and Industrial Education 1