Monday, January 22, 2018

January 22-26

***Due to snow days last week, we will complete last week's lessons***

What are the students learning? Principles of Hair Design

·             Monday: 1) Review Infection Control for quiz on Thursday.  2) Principles of Hair Design
·            Tuesday:  Principles of Hair Design. Why study principles of hair design
·           Wednesday:  Influence of Hair Type on Hairstyle
·            Thursday:  1)Quiz on Infection Control.  2)  Creating Harmony between hairstyle and Facial
                              Structure
               Friday:   Principles of Hair Design application

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

January 15-19

     What are the students learning? Principles of Hair Design

·             Monday: MLK Holiday/No School
·            Tuesday:  Principles of Hair Design. Why study principles of hair design
·           Wednesday:  Influence of Hair Type on Hairstyle
·           Thursday:  Quiz on Infection Control.Creating Harmony between hairstyle and Facial Structure
               Friday:   Principles of Hair Design application


         ***manikins are due January 19th***

Monday, January 8, 2018

January 8-12

What are the students learning?

·       Monday:  1) Client consultation and manicures/pedicures. 2) The difference between cleaning, disinfecting, and sterilizing.

·       Tuesday:  1) Client consultation and manicures/pedicures. 2) The difference between cleaning, disinfecting, and sterilizing.

·       Wednesday:  1) Client consultation and facials. 2) The difference between cleaning, disinfecting, and sterilizing. Responsibilities as a salon professional. 

·       Thursday:  1) Client consultation and facials. 2) The difference between cleaning, disinfecting, and sterilizing. Responsibilities as a salon professional. 

·       Friday:  1) Client Consultation 2) Basic cosmetology services 

January 4-12 Cosmetology III syllabus

Department:  CTAE                                                                                            School Year 2017-2018

COURSE TITLE: Cosmetology III                                                                  INSTRUCTOR: Melanie Garland
EMAILmelanie.garland@cobbk12.org                                                            PHONE: 770-819-2521 Ext. 1701



PHS SCHOOL VISION: Empowering Students to Become Productive Members of a Global Community
PHS SCHOOL MISSION: Modeling and Developing Intellectual, Physical and Emotional Behaviors that Lead to Success for All
KEY ACTIONS:
·       Increase the Graduation Rate
·       Increase rigor and student engagement (Project-based learning environment)
·       Increase community and parental involvement

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
Cosmetology III is designed to enhance the understanding of anatomy of the skin and hair relating to the Cosmetology Industry. Students are expected to master hair and scalp analysis; select proper shampoos and conditioners per client needs; create various hair styles; permanent waving and relaxing; provide haircuts; provide haircoloring services; provide professional facials; provide professional manicures/pedicures, while maintaining safety and sanitation in the workplace set forth by OSHA and State Board standards. The prerequisite for this course is Introduction to Personal Care Services. 

KEY STANDARDS:
HUM-CSIII-1 Demonstrate employability skills required by business and industry.
HUM-CSIII-2 Demonstrate proper methods of infection control, storage of products, draping clients, stylist protection, proper use of haircutting implements and safety used during haircutting services.
HUM-CSIII-3 Explain the importance of reference points on the head, design elements, and principle needed for haircutting services, including analysis of client’s facial shape, features, and profile.
HUM-CSIII-4 Demonstrate the fundamentals of haircutting including, angles, elevations, guidelines, face shapes, hair analysis, implements used, proper body position, and safety used in haircutting services.
HUM-CSIII-5 Introduce proper client consultations for haircutting services, including greeting techniques, client needs and desires, proper maintenance needed for client, reflective listening and recommendations. Perform various haircutting techniques and ability to check a completed haircut.
HUM-CSIII-6 Demonstrate the ability to perform different hair color services, using in-depth hair analysis, consultations, release forms and record cards, identifying natural hair levels, color theory, types of hair color, developers, understanding the law of color, types of hair color, color formulations, patch test, hair color applications, preliminary strand test, and gray coverage.
HUM-CSIII-7 Analyze and explain how the chemistry of relaxing hair is achieved for various hair types. Compare and contrast the different type of relaxers and the application procedures. Follow all safety guidelines when performing all chemical relaxing services.
HUM-CSIII-8 Explore and demonstrate various advanced skills, industry trends, equipment, technology, standards, practices, and career options in the cosmetology industry.
HUM-CSIII-9 Explore how related student organizations are integral parts of career and technology education courses through leadership development, school and community service projects, entrepreneurship development, and competitive events.

TEXTBOOK/SUPPLEMENTAL RESOURCES: Our main textbook for the course is Milady Standard

LAB (Salon): 
Students will have extensive lab hours/credit.  All performance-based work is considered Lab.  Document lab work/create a portfolio for end of course summative assessment.  NO FOOD OR DRINKS IN LAB!

Required/Supplemental/Parallel Texts for the Course:    N/A

MATERIALS NEEDED:
  • Students are required to have their own manikins—manikin’s hair need to be long enough for several cuts and a variety of styles
  • Standard combs
  • Hair clips for sectioning the hair 
  • Students will need organizational materials/folder, and writing utensils. 

CLASS EXPECTATIONS:
GENERAL INFORMATION:  PROFESSIONALISM/EMPLOYABLE:  BE READY TO WORK
Be prepared.  Be organized. Be Prompt. Be courteous. Be accountable. Be responsible.  Be knowledgeable.  Be self-regulated learners.  Fulfill duties as assigned. Adhere to course standards.  Ask questions if not sure. 

MATERIALS NEEDED:
Students are required to have their own manikins, haircutting shears, combs, butterfly hair clamps—manikin’s hair need to be long enough for several cuts and styles.  Students will need organizational materials/folder, and writing utensils. 

CLASS EXPECTATIONS:
No horse-playing.  No profanity.  No disrespect.  No food.  No electronics.
Stay on task.  Be self-regulated learners!  Be professional/employable.  Adhere to course standards.  Ask questions if not sure.
SAFETY POLICY
Adhere to classroom rules to prevent injuries.  Proper attire (apron or cape), closed-toe shoes, and gloves should be worn when working on manikins and humans in salon/lab to prevent injuries, skin diseases, ruining clothes, etc.  Practice cleanliness at all times—leave your workstation clean.  Adhere to course standards.

GRADING POLICY
Classwork/ Ready to Work/Employability     20%
Performance Assessments/Projects/Portfolio 30%
Projects/Written Assessments                         15%
CTLS Electronic Assessments                        15%
Final Exam                                                      20% (written 10% and performance 10%)


GRADING SCALE:
A - 100-90%
B - 89-80%
C - 79-74%
D – 70-73%
F - 69-Below

SYNERGY ACCESS TO GRADES:  

It is strongly encouraged that you keep your Synergy login information in a safe place and that you have access to the information when needed.  Parents should contact the Main Office (770.819.2521).

Please note that when you are viewing grades in Synergy that a blank grade column for your child has no effect on their grade.  If the space is blank, then your student may not have turned in that assignment due to absence or the teacher may not have entered grades for that assignment at that time.  An “X” means that the student is exempt from an assignment at the discretion of the teacher.

Homework/Class Work Requirements: 
·       Classwork is student-centered and engaging.  Participation is expected in order to receive the best understanding of content application.  
·       Students are expected to adhere to assignments due dates

Projects:
  • Some of the learning that takes place in this class will be student-driven and project based.  True learning takes place when students solve problems and discover things on their own.  I will not stand in front of the class and simply tell you what you need to know. 
  • Some projects will be individual, but many will require you to work in a small group.  Generally groups will initially be two people but if students prove that they are able to work well in larger groups, I will allow it. 
  • While I understand that some people prefer to work alone, working with others is an essential skill that is needed to be successful as an adult.  If you are one of these people, please speak with me in private and I will attempt to group you with other students in which you will be compatible.

CTLS (Electronic) Assessments: 
  • The majority of the tests and quizzes I give are multiple choice and short answer.  However, all tests can include a combination of any of the following: multiple choice, true/false, matching, fill-in-the-blank, short answer, graphs, charts, and map questions.
  • Quizzes will be scheduled in advance, but the teacher reserves the right to give pop quizzes. If participation in class is low, students are not able to participate in class discussions with reasonable intelligence of the material, and/or did not complete the homework, a pop quiz may be given. Quizzes will cover the readings that the student is to have completed, class activities, and any notes given in class lecture (normally only a week’s worth of material).

FINAL EXAM EXEMPTION:
Students with no more than one excused absence may qualify to exempt one of their final exams.  Students with a course average of 80 or higher may exempt one final exam of their choice.  Students with a course average of 79 or below may request that ten percentage points be added to the final exam grade.  Towards the end of the semester, students who qualify may submit an Exam Exemption Form to the classroom teacher of their choice.  Teachers must verify that the student qualifies for the exemption.

LATE WORK POLICY: Any late work will receive a highest possible grade of a 70 if turned in after the assignment is due.  The student will have until the unit test to turn in late work and will receive a highest possible grade of 70.  No work will be graded after the Unit Test.

ATTENDANCE AND MAKE-UP POLICY: If a student receives and excused absence he or she will be able to make up the work in class that was done for the day.  Each class has a rolling folder activity spot on the back wall.  It is the student’s responsibility to obtain their work from the wall and complete and return in a timely manner.  The student has up to the amount of excused absences plus one day to complete any missing work.  After that point the work will be considered late and will be graded as such.


TARDY POLICY:  
To avoid being counted tardy, students must be seated and ready for class when the bell rings.  School policy states that students may receive detention, In-School Suspension, and Out-of-School Suspension for repeated tardies. 

 EXTRA HELP: 
             
Students can come in after school on Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:45-4:30.  Please make sure you sign-up if you are planning on coming to tutoring during any of these time.

CELL PHONES AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES:

As per the school’s policy, cell phones are not to be used during class time unless directed by the teacher for instructional purposes. Students will receive a discipline referral after one warning to put away any electronic device (unless the device is being used for instruction). Students are allowed to bring certain technologies to class (iPad, laptop, Kindle, etc.), but it should NOT interfere with the teaching or other’s learning.

GRADE RECOVERY: Students who score 69 or below on any unit assessment are allowed to retake the assessment.  The grade will not exceed a 70 for the unit assessment.  The retake must be completed with-in one week. Please view the teacher’s blog for notification when the assessment will be administered.
ACADEMIC INTEGRITY:

Cheating is considered a serious matter.  Any student who is involved in cheating/plagiarism will receive a grade of zero on the material, an unsatisfactory in conduct, and his/her parents will be notified.

For this course, cheating is defined as, but is not limited to, the following acts:

  • Copying anyone's answers to questions, exercises, study guides, class work or homework assignments
  • Taking any information verbatim from any source, including the Internet, without giving proper credit to the author, or rearranging the order of words and/or changing some words as written by the author and claiming the work as his or her own, i.e., plagiarism.
  • Looking onto another student's paper during a test or quiz.
  • Having available any study notes or other test aids during a test or quiz without the teacher's permission.
  • Collaborating on assignments when independent work is expected.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

YES, I HAVE READ AND UNDERSTAND THE COSMETOLOGY COURSE SYLLABUS.

Student’s Name ____________________________ Signature _________________________________
Parent’s Name _____________________________ Signature _________________________________
Parent’s Contact Info. (Home Phone) _________________________

(Cell Phone) ______________________________E-mail____________________________________

January 4-12 Cosmetology II Syllabus

Department:  CTAE                                                                                            School Year 2017-2018

COURSE TITLE: Cosmetology II                                                                    INSTRUCTOR: Melanie Garland
EMAILmelanie.garland@cobbk12.org                                                            PHONE: 770-819-2521 Ext. 1701



PHS SCHOOL VISION: Empowering Students to Become Productive Members of a Global Community
PHS SCHOOL MISSION: Modeling and Developing Intellectual, Physical and Emotional Behaviors that Lead to Success for All
KEY ACTIONS:
·       Increase the Graduation Rate
·       Increase rigor and student engagement (Project-based learning environment)
·       Increase community and parental involvement

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
Cosmetology II is designed to enhance the understanding of anatomy of the skin and hair relating to the Cosmetology Industry. Students are expected to master hair and scalp analysis; select proper shampoos and conditioners per client needs; create various hair styles; permanent waving; provide professional facials; provide professional manicures/pedicures, while maintaining safety and sanitation in the workplace set forth by OSHA and State Board standards. The prerequisite for this course is Introduction to Personal Care Services. 

KEY STANDARDS:
HUM-CSII-1
Demonstrate employability skills required by business and industry.
HUM-CSII-2
Investigate basic histology of the hair and skin, related diseases and disorders, corrective treatments and provided services based on hair and scalp analysis and applying safety precautions for scalp and hair treatments.
HUM-CSII-3
Differentiate chemistry of shampoos and conditioners for a variety of hair types and perform shampoo and conditioning applications.
HUM-CSII-4
Create hairstyles to demonstrate the proper use the design principles, design elements, facials shapes, and hair types as needed for hair design.
HUM-CSII-5
Examine the fundamental theory and skills needed for wet hairstyling allowing students to perform various hairstyling techniques, including wet hairstyling, comb-outs, braiding and blow dry styling.
HUM-CSII-6
Demonstrate thermal hairstyling services, including the use of curling irons, hair pressing comb, hot rollers, etc. applying safety precautions for thermal tools.
HUM-CSII-7
Explain the purpose of a scalp and hair analysis in relation to the permanent wave service. Demonstrate (on a mannequin) sectioning, blocking, and wrapping a permanent wave.
HUM-CSII-8
Explore and demonstrate skills used in the cosmetology industry.
HUM-CSII-9
Maintain a safe work environment and accident prevention by using safety precautions and/or practices including adherence to hazardous labeling requirements and compliance with safety signs, symbols, and labels.

HUM-CSII-10
Explore how related student organizations are integral parts of career and technology education courses through leadership development, school and community service projects, entrepreneurship development, and competitive events.

TEXTBOOK/SUPPLEMENTAL RESOURCES: Our main textbook for the course is Milady Standard

LAB (Salon): 
Students will have extensive lab hours/credit.  All performance-based work is considered Lab.  Document lab work/create a portfolio for end of course summative assessment.  NO FOOD OR DRINKS IN LAB!

Required/Supplemental/Parallel Texts for the Course:    N/A

MATERIALS NEEDED:
  • Students are required to have their own manikins—manikin’s hair need to be long enough for several cuts and a variety of styles
  • Standard combs
  • Hair clips for sectioning the hair 
  • Students will need organizational materials/folder, and writing utensils. 

CLASS EXPECTATIONS:
GENERAL INFORMATION:  PROFESSIONALISM/EMPLOYABLE:  BE READY TO WORK
Be prepared.  Be organized. Be Prompt. Be courteous. Be accountable. Be responsible.  Be knowledgeable.  Be self-regulated learners.  Fulfill duties as assigned. Adhere to course standards.  Ask questions if not sure. 

MATERIALS NEEDED:
Students are required to have their own manikins, haircutting shears, combs, butterfly hair clamps—manikin’s hair need to be long enough for several cuts and styles.  Students will need organizational materials/folder, and writing utensils. 

CLASS EXPECTATIONS:
No horse-playing.  No profanity.  No disrespect.  No food.  No electronics.
Stay on task.  Be self-regulated learners!  Be professional/employable.  Adhere to course standards.  Ask questions if not sure.
SAFETY POLICY
Adhere to classroom rules to prevent injuries.  Proper attire (apron or cape), closed-toe shoes, and gloves should be worn when working on manikins and humans in salon/lab to prevent injuries, skin diseases, ruining clothes, etc.  Practice cleanliness at all times—leave your workstation clean.  Adhere to course standards.

GRADING POLICY
Classwork/ Ready to Work/Employability     20%
Performance Assessments/Projects/Portfolio 30%
Projects/Written Assessments                         15%
CTLS Electronic Assessments                        15%
Final Exam                                                      20% (written 10% and performance 10%)


GRADING SCALE:
A - 100-90%
B - 89-80%
C - 79-74%
D – 70-73%
F - 69-Below

SYNERGY ACCESS TO GRADES:  

It is strongly encouraged that you keep your Synergy login information in a safe place and that you have access to the information when needed.  Parents should contact the Main Office (770.819.2521).

Please note that when you are viewing grades in Synergy that a blank grade column for your child has no effect on their grade.  If the space is blank, then your student may not have turned in that assignment due to absence or the teacher may not have entered grades for that assignment at that time.  An “X” means that the student is exempt from an assignment at the discretion of the teacher.

Homework/Class Work Requirements: 
·       Classwork is student-centered and engaging.  Participation is expected in order to receive the best understanding of content application.  
·       Students are expected to adhere to assignments due dates

Projects:
  • Some of the learning that takes place in this class will be student-driven and project based.  True learning takes place when students solve problems and discover things on their own.  I will not stand in front of the class and simply tell you what you need to know. 
  • Some projects will be individual, but many will require you to work in a small group.  Generally groups will initially be two people but if students prove that they are able to work well in larger groups, I will allow it. 
  • While I understand that some people prefer to work alone, working with others is an essential skill that is needed to be successful as an adult.  If you are one of these people, please speak with me in private and I will attempt to group you with other students in which you will be compatible.

Tests and Quizzes: 
  • The majority of the tests and quizzes I give are multiple choice and short answer.  However, all tests can include a combination of any of the following: multiple choice, true/false, matching, fill-in-the-blank, short answer, graphs, charts, and map questions.
  • Quizzes will be scheduled in advance, but the teacher reserves the right to give pop quizzes. If participation in class is low, students are not able to participate in class discussions with reasonable intelligence of the material, and/or did not complete the homework, a pop quiz may be given. Quizzes will cover the readings that the student is to have completed, class activities, and any notes given in class lecture (normally only a week’s worth of material).


FINAL EXAM EXEMPTION:
Students with no more than one excused absence may qualify to exempt one of their final exams.  Students with a course average of 80 or higher may exempt one final exam of their choice.  Students with a course average of 79 or below may request that ten percentage points be added to the final exam grade.  Towards the end of the semester, students who qualify may submit an Exam Exemption Form to the classroom teacher of their choice.  Teachers must verify that the student qualifies for the exemption.

LATE WORK POLICY: Any late work will receive a highest possible grade of a 70 if turned in after the assignment is due.  The student will have until the unit test to turn in late work and will receive a highest possible grade of 70.  No work will be graded after the Unit Test.

ATTENDANCE AND MAKE-UP POLICY: If a student receives and excused absence he or she will be able to make up the work in class that was done for the day.  Each class has a rolling folder activity spot on the back wall.  It is the student’s responsibility to obtain their work from the wall and complete and return in a timely manner.  The student has up to the amount of excused absences plus one day to complete any missing work.  After that point the work will be considered late and will be graded as such.


TARDY POLICY:  
To avoid being counted tardy, students must be seated and ready for class when the bell rings.  School policy states that students may receive detention, In-School Suspension, and Out-of-School Suspension for repeated tardies. 

EXTRA HELP: 
             
Students can come in after school on Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:45-4:30.  Please make sure you sign-up if you are planning on coming to tutoring during any of these time.

CELL PHONES AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES:

As per the school’s policy, cell phones are not to be used during class time unless directed by the teacher for instructional purposes. Students will receive a discipline referral after one warning to put away any electronic device (unless the device is being used for instruction). Students are allowed to bring certain technologies to class (iPad, laptop, Kindle, etc.), but it should NOT interfere with the teaching or other’s learning.

GRADE RECOVERY: Students who score 69 or below on any unit assessment are allowed to retake the assessment.  The grade will not exceed a 70 for the unit assessment.  The retake must be completed with-in one week. Please view the teacher’s blog for notification when the assessment will be administered.
ACADEMIC INTEGRITY:

Cheating is considered a serious matter.  Any student who is involved in cheating/plagiarism will receive a grade of zero on the material, an unsatisfactory in conduct, and his/her parents will be notified.

For this course, cheating is defined as, but is not limited to, the following acts:

  • Copying anyone's answers to questions, exercises, study guides, class work or homework assignments
  • Taking any information verbatim from any source, including the Internet, without giving proper credit to the author, or rearranging the order of words and/or changing some words as written by the author and claiming the work as his or her own, i.e., plagiarism.
  • Looking onto another student's paper during a test or quiz.
  • Having available any study notes or other test aids during a test or quiz without the teacher's permission.
  • Collaborating on assignments when independent work is expected.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

YES, I HAVE READ AND UNDERSTAND THE COSMETOLOGY COURSE SYLLABUS.

Student’s Name ____________________________ Signature _________________________________
Parent’s Name _____________________________ Signature _________________________________
Parent’s Contact Info. (Home Phone) _________________________

(Cell Phone) ______________________________E-mail____________________________________

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Dec 11-20

Cosmetology

  • Cosmetology II students will present their Course Summative Performance Final Friday.
  • Cosmetology III students will turn in their digital Course Summative Portfolios Friday, Dec. 15th.  Students were given the assignment on Dec. 1st, with a grading rubric and check off list. Many of the assignments to be included in the portfolio were provided over the course of the semester.  No late portfolios will be accepted.
  • We will review for the written Final Exam Friday and Monday, Dec 15th and 18th.
  • Final Exams are December 19th (1st and 2nd blocks) and December 20th (3rd and 4th blocks).  Both exam days are early release days for the students.

Monday, November 27, 2017

Nov 27-Dec 1

Monday

  • Cosmetology II:  SLO testing today
Tuesday

  • Cosmetology II portfolios are due
  • Cosmetology III Summative Performance Assessment progression grade today
Friday
  • Cosmetology III Summative Performance Assessment final today
  • Cosmetology III students will receive their portfolio criteria today