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Introductory Lesson: Presentation Notes for Introductory Lesson: Cosmetology II
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Presentation Notes for Introductory Lesson: Cosmetology II
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Introductory Lesson:
Cosmetology II
This lesson will provide you with a brief overview of this course.
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A journey of a thousand miles must
begin with a single step.
-Lao Tzu
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Career and Technical Education (CTE)
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Has anyone ever heard of Career and Technical Education?
Have students brainstorm: What do you think it is?
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Career and Technical Education (CTE)
Definition #1:
Career and technical education (CTE) instruction
aims at developing foundational skills, core
workplace competencies, and specific skill
competencies in various occupational areas.
Definition #2:
prepares young people to manage the dual roles of
family member and wage earner and enable
students to gain entry-level employment in a highskill, high-wage job and/or to continue their
education
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Allow a student to read the definitions for Career and Technical Education. Provide students
with an index card and have them write a definition for CTE in their own words. Share
responses.
If you choose to further explore the topic of Career and Technical Education, please see About
CTE Presentation http://cte.unt.edu/home/about.html
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Career and Technical Education (CTE)
Internships, practicum courses, career
preparation courses, dual enrollment programs,
and apprenticeships are a few venues that
deliver career and technical education by
providing meaningful opportunities for learners
to apply their academic and technical skills.
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Allow student a few moments to read the information on the slide and on the back of their
index card write down all unfamiliar terms.
Lead a brief class discussion on the contents of the slide. Define and provide examples of all
unfamiliar terms. Inform students of CTE venues available in your district, your campus and your
program.
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Career and Technical Education
Historical Side Notes:
In the past, Career and Technical Education (CTE) was organized by
program areas, but is now organized by career clusters.
Example:
Family and Consumer Sciences (program area) courses are now
located in five career clusters:
• Arts, AV Technology and Communication (Fashion Design courses)
• Architecture and Construction (Interior Design courses)
• Education and Training
• Hospitality and Tourism
• Human Services
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Arts, AV Technology and Communication and Architecture (Fashion Design courses) and
Construction (Interior Design courses) cluster information can be found at http://cte.unt.edu/
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Career and Technical Education (CTE)
• You are currently enrolled in the course
Cosmetology II
• Cosmetology II is a CTE course
• You are a CTE student
• I am a CTE instructor
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16 Career Clusters™
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Provide a copy of this slide to the students.
The 16 clusters identified by the U.S. Department of Education, classify workforce preparation
programs that are obtained through career and technical education.
What cluster do you think Cosmetology falls under? Have students read the descriptors for each
cluster.
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16 Career Clusters™
™
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Cosmetology is in the Human Services Clusters.
If time permits, allow students to discuss other CTE courses available at your campus and
determine their career clusters.
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Cosmetology II
Providing for families and serving
human needs
The Cluster icon above
is used with permission
of the State’s Career
Clusters
Initiative, 2007. For
more information visit
www.careerclusters.org
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Cosmetology II is in the Human Services Cluster.
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Texas Education
Agency
recommended
coherent
sequence of
courses
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The Texas Education Agency has approved 12 high school courses in Human Services. Not all
high schools offer all courses.
What is a coherent sequence? The goal of CTE in high school is to progress through a sequence
of courses that lead to the attainment of academic and technical skills.
Discuss the sequence for Cosmetology on your campus/district.
If applicable, discuss other Human Services courses/sequences offered at your campus and in
your district.
Inform students that it is possible to incorporate courses from other sequences or clusters into
their personal program of study.
Example:
Sandra wants to someday own a hair salon. In addition to her cosmetology courses, she asks her
counselor to enroll her in the course DOLLARS and SENSE (another Human Services course) so
that she can learn about handling finances.
In the future, Juan would like to work in a salon and eventually provide for a family of his own.
In addition to his cosmetology courses, Juan asks his counselor to enroll him in CHILD
DEVELOPMENT, so he can learn as much as he can about children.
Encourage students to speak to their counselors. Recommended sequences for all cluster
courses can be found at: http://www.tea.state.tx.us/index2.aspx?id=5415
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Sequence of courses available in
our district/campus
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Review the sequence available for your course.
If time permits, allow students to determine the sequences available for other CTE courses on
their campus/district.
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Human Services
Programs of Study
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Consumer Services
Counseling and Mental Health Services
Early Childhood Development & Services
Family and Community Services
Personal Care Services
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Each cluster has various Programs of Study.
We have already established that Introduction to Cosmetology is in the Human Services career
cluster.
What Program of Study do you think it follows?
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Human Services
Programs of Study/Career Pathways
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Consumer Services
Counseling & Mental Health Services
Early Childhood Development & Services
Family & Community Services
Personal Care Services
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Yes, Cosmetology II is in the Human Services Cluster and is categorized under the Personal Care
Services Program of Study.
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Career and Technical Education (CTE)
Career
Cluster
Course
Title
Program of Study
Cosmetology II
Personal Care Services
The Cluster icon above
is used with permission
of the State’s Career
Clusters
Initiative, 2007. For
more information visit
www.careerclusters.org
Description
Providing for families and serving
human needs
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Labeled Diagram
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Review the contents of this chart with the students, helping them make a connection between
the cluster, selected program of study and possible career/occupations available to them.
This chart and frames for all career clusters can be found at:
http://www.careertech.org/career-clusters/resources/career-frames.html
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Human Services
Personal Care Services
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Click on logo to link to AchieveTexas Human Services component.
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Possible Program of Study
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The following licenses and certificates may be
available through your high school cosmetology
program….
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Cosmetology Operator License
Esthetician Specialty License
Hair Braiding Specialty Certificate
Hair Weaving Specialty Certificate
Shampoo/Conditioning Specialty Certificate
Manicurist Specialty License
NOTE: Students may earn all or part of these certificates as part of the high school
experience.
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The following licenses and certificates may be available through your high school cosmetology
program
The facialist license is now esthetician specialty license.
The following are certificates as opposed to licenses
Hair braiding specialty certificate
Hair weaving specialty certificate
Shampoo/conditioning specialty certificate
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New License Applications Available in Texas
1 Cosmetology Shampoo Apprentice Application 2 Cosmetology Beauty Salon
Application 3 Cosmetology Manicure Specialty Salon Application 4 Cosmetology
Esthetic Specialty Salon Application 5 Cosmetology Hair Weaving/Braiding Salon
Application 6 Cosmetology Esthetic/Manicure Specialty Salon
Application 7 Cosmetology Wig Specialty Salon Application 8 Cosmetology Hair
Braiding Salon Application 9 Cosmetology Eyelash Extension Salon
Application 10 Dual Shop/Salon Application 11 Cosmetology Operator Booth
Rental Application 12 Cosmetology Manicurist Booth Rental
Application 13 Cosmetology Esthetician Booth Rental Application 14 Cosmetology
Hair Weaver Booth Rental Application 15 Cosmetology Shampoo Specialist Booth
Rental Application 16 Cosmetology Wig Booth Rental Application 17 Cosmetology
Operator Instructor Booth Rental Application 18 Cosmetology Manicure Instructor
Booth Rental Application 19 Cosmetology Esthetician Instructor Booth Rental
Application 20 Cosmetology Wig Instructor Booth Rental
Application 21 Cosmetology Hair Braiding Booth Rental
Application 22 Cosmetology Eyelash Extension Booth Rental
Application 23 Cosmetology Manicurist/Esthetician Booth Rental Application
Source: Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation
https://www.license.state.tx.us/App_Online/default.asp?LicenseType=COS
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LOTS OF OPTIONS are available to you.
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TEXAS ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS (TEKS)
Cosmetology II
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Provide students with a brief definition and explanation of the Texas Essential Knowledge and
Skills (TEKS).
TEKS - the state standards for what students should know and be able to do
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TEKS: Rule-Text Format
Knowledge and
Skills Statement
Student Expectation
(3) The student identifies the importance of a well-written business
plan. The student is expected to:
– (A) categorize a business plan and the need for a well-orchestrated
business plan;
– (B) research business plan outlines, resources, and templates using
web search engines;
– (C) explain a marketing plan, including price competition, non-price
competition, market analysis, competition, marketing research,
market segmentation, demographics, and sales forecasting;
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Differentiate between the Knowledge and Skills Statement and the Student Expectations.
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TEXAS ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS (TEKS)
Cosmetology II
(1) The student consolidates the employability characteristics of a successful worker in
the workplace. The student is expected to:
(A) evaluate leadership skills within a community setting to maintain positive
relationships that enhance personal care business opportunities;
(B) estimate cost-effective resources to assist with planning the delivery of
services;
(C) review technical knowledge and skills required to be successful in careers in
the human services area;
(D) assess time-management principles and techniques to achieve objectives and
effectively serve clients;
(E) create and maintain records, including electronic records, of client services
using safeguarding procedures to store and retrieve personal care client
information;
(F) integrate logical reasoning in a variety of ethical workplace situations in order
to make sound decisions; and
(G) assess written organizational policies and procedures to help employees
perform their jobs according to employer rules and expectations.
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Provide students with a copy of the course TEKS. Inform students that they will be referring to
this document throughout the school year. Stress that all TEKS listed will be addressed.
Provide students with sample course activities that correspond to the TEKS.
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TEXAS ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS (TEKS)
Cosmetology II
(2) The student consolidates academic skills to satisfy the requirements of
cosmetology. The student is expected to:
(A) apply and defend principles of biology, identifying living tissues, cells, and
organisms to provide and select safe and effective personal care products and
services;
(B) merge principles of chemistry, explaining the composition, structure, and
properties of substances and of chemical processes to provide a broad range
of personal care services;
(C) design needed services based on the basic principles of human anatomy in
order to provide needed personal care services; and
(D) critique marketing principles when selecting and using media to attract
and retain clientele.
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Provide students with sample course activities that correspond to the TEKS.
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TEXAS ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS (TEKS)
Cosmetology II
(3) The student implements rules and regulations established
by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. The
student is expected to:
(A) apply and defend emergency policies and procedures
regarding health and safety;
(B) evaluate risks, including potentially hazardous
situations, to maintain a clean record of safety when
providing personal care services; and
(C) perform and complete all practical requirements as
required by the Texas Department of Licensing and
Regulation or the governing body.
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Provide students with sample course activities that correspond to the TEKS.
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TEXAS ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS (TEKS)
Cosmetology II
(4) The student categorizes and judges both the function and application of the tools,
equipment, technologies, and materials used in cosmetology. The student is expected
to:
(A) examine and rank vendor resources to provide maximum benefit for clients, service
providers, businesses, or organizations;
(B) justify systems needed to obtain the range of personal care resources needed for
business practice and explain how to access resources at appropriate times;
(C) use technology resources to analyze data and information in order to make
appropriate recommendations and conclusions for personal care services;
(D) evaluate techniques, principles, tools, and instruments used to develop efficient and
safe delivery of client services to enhance client satisfaction;
(E) explore principles of mechanics when choosing, evaluating, and maintaining service
equipment to provide continued client services and examine emerging technologies;
(F) critique administrative or clerical procedures and systems to provide client
satisfaction; and
(G) consolidate various methods of obtaining feedback from clients to understand their
expectations and promote high-quality standards.
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Provide students with sample course activities that correspond to the TEKS.
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TEXAS ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS (TEKS)
Cosmetology II
(5) The student merges the concepts and skills of cosmetology to simulated and actual
work situations. The student is expected to:
(A) design personal care services for individuals by recognizing and making
informed decisions according to client needs and concerns;
(B) create an individualized plan that reflects client preferences, needs, and
interests in order to create a course of treatment or action;
(C) evaluate client satisfaction by identifying solutions, procedures, and products
to enhance future services and client interactions;
(D) implement organizational policies, procedures, and regulations to establish
personal care organization priorities, accomplish an identified mission, and provide
high-quality service to diverse clients;
(E) investigate and evaluate industry trends, information, and resources to attract
new clientele and satisfy and retain present clientele; and
(F) synthesize client information to attract new clientele and retain present
clientele.
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Provide students with sample course activities that correspond to the TEKS.
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End of Course Project OptionsCosmetology II
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End of Course Project Options – Cosmetology II instructional lesson can be found on the SIRDC
website.
Title on slide is hyperlinked to slide presentation for said lesson.
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Next Lesson
Overview of Texas Cosmetology requirements
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Any questions, comments or concerns?
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Career and Technical Education (CTE)
Cosmetology II
Personal Care Services
Providing for families and serving
human needs
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Labeled Diagram
Instruct students to create their interpretation of the information on this slide. It may be used
as the coversheet for their class binder, folder or journal. Students may draw or use a computer
to complete the task. See Independent Practice.
Criteria used for assessment of project:
Must include all five components
Creativity
Neatness
Spelling and Grammar
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Resources and References
AchieveTexas
Education initiative designed to prepare students for a lifetime of success.
http://www.achievetexas.org
Learning that Works for America sponsored by The National Association of State Directors of Career
Technical Education Consortium (NASDCTEc). Aims to support an innovative CTE system that
prepares individuals to succeed in education and their careers.
http://www.careertech.org/career-clusters/glance/at-a-glance.html
Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation
Occupational regulatory agency, responsible for the state’s 29 occupations and industries
http://www.license.state.tx.us/
Texas Education Agency
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills. The mission of the Texas Education Agency is to provide
leadership, guidance and resources to help schools meet the educational needs of all students.
http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/rules/tac/chapter130/index.html
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