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Lesson PlanBasic Manicure ProcedurePresentation ThumbnailsStudent ActivityExamExam KeyCosmetology I: Basic Manicure Procedure ©2003 Texas Trade and Industrial Education 1 Lesson Plan Course: Cosmetology I Session Title: Basic Manicure Procedure Performance Objective: Upon completion of this assignment, the student will be able to demonstrate basic manicure procedures to the satisfaction of the instructor. Specific Objectives: Explain each manicure procedure. Construct preparation for a basic manicure. Demonstrate basic manicure procedure. Demonstrate basic manicure completion. Preparation TEKS Correlations: 125.112(c)(1)(A) …identify employment opportunities, including entrepreneurship, and preparation requirements in the field of cosmetology… 125.112(c)(2)(A) …demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills with individuals from varied cultures, including fellow workers, management, and customers… 125.112(c)(3) The student knows the concepts and skills that form the core knowledge of cosmetology. The student demonstrates 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… 125.112(c)(1)(B) …properly handle and dispose of humanly and/or environmentally hazardous materials used in the field of cosmetology services… 125.112(c)(5)(A) …perform the tasks specified in the “Public School Program” as determined by the rules andCosmetology I: Basic Manicure Procedure ©2003 Texas Trade and Industrial Education 2 regulations of the Texas Cosmetology Commission… 125.112(c)(5)(B) …apply the essential knowledge and skills in cosmetology services to work-based learning experiences including, but not limited to, cooperative education, job shadowing, mentoring, and apprenticeship training. Interdisciplinary Correlations: English: 110.xx(6)(A) – Vocabulary Development …expand vocabulary through…listening and discussing 110.xx(6)(B) – Vocabulary Development …rely on context to determine meanings of words… 110.xx(7)(A) – Reading/comprehension …establish a purpose for reading such as to discover, interpret, and enjoy; 110.xx(7)(I) – Reading/comprehension …use study strategies such as skimming and scanning, note taking, outlining, and using study-guide questions to better understand texts; 110.xx(7)(J) – Reading/comprehension …read silently with comprehension for a sustained period of time. Teacher References: 1. Milady’s Standard Textbook of Cosmetology 2. Pivot Point Salon Fundamentals Instructional Aids: 1. Basic Manicure Procedure PowerPoint Presentation. 2. Basic Manicure Procedure PowerPoint Presentation – Slides. 3. Basic Manicure Procedure PowerPoint Presentation – Handouts. 4. Basic Manicure Procedure PowerPoint Presentation – Notes Pages. 5. Basic Manicure Procedure 6. Basic Manicure Procedure Activity 7. Basic Manicure Procedure Exam 8. Basic Manicure Procedure Exam Key 9. Milady’s Transparencies LP26/T1-T2.Cosmetology I: Basic Manicure Procedure ©2003 Texas Trade and Industrial Education 3 Materials Needed: 5 to 6 envelopes Steps to a basic manicure (6 key steps, cut into strips and placed in envelopes) 5 to 6 glue sticks 3 poster boards cut in halves Equipment Needed: None Learner Read Chapter 16 in Milady’s Standard Textbook of Cosmetology. Complete Chapter 16 outline and review questions. Introduction Introduction (LSI Quadrant I): ▪ Divide students into equal groups of 3 or 4 students ▪ Give each group an envelope filled with the 6 key steps to a basic manicure ▪ Give the groups five minutes to put the manicure steps in procedural order and glue them on the poster board ▪ Post completed boards in the room and tell the students that at the end of the lesson, the group that has the steps in the correct order will win a prize [Prize examples: candy, free duty day, soft drink, or manicure performed by classmates] Outline Outline (LSI Quadrant II): I. Explain Basic Steps of a Manicure Manicuring is the care of the hands and nails. In Latin “manus” means hand and “cura” means care. II. Construct Preparation for a Basic Manicure Always clean and disinfect implements. Set up equipment. (show transparency LP26/T2) Tools should be placed in a plastic supply tray in an organized manner on a sanitized table. Make sure items are placed in order of use. Set up products. Sanitize hands with hand gel sanitizer. III. Demonstrate Basic Manicure Procedure Greet and seat client. SAFETY: examine hands for disease or disorders. QUESTION: Why is it important to analyze hands for disease or disorder? To make sure the hands and nails are free of disease or disorder and are able to receive a manicure.] Remove old polish with polish remover and cotton ball. (Be careful not to smear polish on skin and nails.) SAFETY: Re-examine nails and hands thoroughly.Cosmetology I: Basic Manicure Procedure ©2003 Texas Trade and Industrial Education 4 File and shape nails. (show transparency LP26/T1) Consult with your client about his/her desired shape and length of nails. Shape nails with an emery board. Begin with the little finger on one hand. Always remember to file from corner to center to keep nails from splitting. Place the hand in the finger bowl filled with soapy water to soften the cuticle. Repeat filing, shaping, on opposite hand. Dry client’s first hand with a towel and place the other hand in the soapy water. While drying fingertips, gently push back cuticles to loosen them. Apply cuticle cream to the cuticles. Push cuticles back with a cotton-tipped orangewood stick or metal pusher. Repeat cuticle care and cleaning on opposite hand. Brush nails of both hands in clear water. Perform massage.(Massage procedure should have already been covered in massage lesson) Remove all traces of massage lotion from nails. Use polish remover and a cotton ball. The polish will not adhere to the nail with traces of oil on them. Apply base coat Begin with little finger of one hand. Repeat polish application on other hand. Apply two coats of polish. Use light long strokes from nail base to free edge. Apply polish to the middle of the nail first and then to the sides. Repeat second coat of polish to


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