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Module 2, Task 4 Module Task / Topic Content Standard Evaluation
Course of Study Crosswalk: Hairstyling Techniques Use pin curl techniques
The student will perform several styling techniques. Provided a patron and the necessary equipment and supplies, the student will use the various pin curl techniques with 100% accuracy. Patron Comb Water Setting lotion Towels Clips Styling chair Applicator bottle Large tooth comb Brush
Lesson Length Instructional Method Lecture Demonstration Assessment Strategy Homework Class work Integrated Content Code R W C SS M S IR CL DM PS CT IM VSO LD ES MS WA TW Other Written Test Performance Test Teacher Observation On-Task Ability Other Other Class Discussion Multimedia Team Work Individual Work Review Other
Chemical Methodology Module 2. b. 2. Counterclockwise pin curls a. b. 3. 2. Base b. Stand-up-curls a. c. Discuss results of pin curls: a. 5. Part section of the hair for base. 3. Control ends of strand with comb and thumb. f. Explain the purpose of pin curls. Counterclockwise curls 4. Demonstrate how to use pin curl techniques. a. Anchor pin curls by sliding the clip through the base of the curl at an angle and across the end of the curl. Insert clip across curl to hold in place. Barrel d. Stem c. a. Task 4 Teaching Points (Procedures/Activities/Learning Experiences) 1. Ringlets c. Sculpture Curls 1. Identify types of pin curls: a. Full stem 6. Curls or roll and stem 7. c. Part section of the hair for base. Using end of comb. pull hair forward in a counterclockwise direction. Turn comb down a quarter turn forward. Ensure ends of strand are inside circle. d. Circle 5. forming a twist at the base of the curl with comb. Pin Curls 1. Circle strand forward with comb while holding base of curl with thumb and index finger. e. 4. Control ends of strand with comb and thumb. e. Sculptured b. Do not place the pin where it will interfere with any other curls. Avoid placing the pin across the center of the curl as this will cause impressions on the hair. Discuss mobility (movement of pin curls). pull hair upward in a clockwise direction to form a circle. d. b. g. Wind hair from the ends to the scalp. 3. Leave a large center opening. b. Identify parts of pin curls: a. Insert comb across sectioned strand and place index finger in center of strand. Clockwise curls e. Insert comb across sectioned strand and place index finger in center of strand. No stem b. c. . 2. Waves b. Half stem c. Explain safety precautions. Clockwise pin curls a. Using end of comb. Decide which size pin to use in accordance with the size curl. Stand-up c. Curl the pin in a standing position. Do not place clips against skin as they may become heated during drying process.
Ensure ends of strand are inside circle. Insert clip across curl to hold in place. g. .Chemical Methodology f.
Task 4 Extension Provision for Individual Differences Remediation Accommodation Modification Definitions and Suggested Modifications Attention Deficit Disorder Autism Deaf-Blindness Deafness/Hearing Impairment Emotional Disturbance Mild Intellectual Disability Orthopedic Impairment Specific Learning Disability Speech or Language Impairment Tourette's Syndrome Traumatic Brain Injury Visual Impairment .Chemical Methodology Module 2.