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Author:Beverly Thornton
System: Dothan City
School: Dothan Technology Center
Lesson Plan ID: 29771

Sanitation, Shampooing, and Draping


The students will follow the procedure for succesfully completing a shampoo. They will perform a shampoo on a mannequin or student during lab.

Content Standard(s):
HUM(9-12) Introduction to Cosmetology2. Demonstrate teamwork and skills necessary for developing long-range goals and projects that impact the cosmetology industry.
HUM(9-12) Introduction to Cosmetology4. Apply safety rules and regulations related to cosmetology, including fire equipment, tools, Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) procedures.
HUM(9-12) Introduction to Cosmetology8. Apply concepts related to personal hygiene, physical poise, professional dress, and workplace ethics in cosmetology and barbering.
HUM(9-12) Introduction to Cosmetology9. Demonstrate effective communication skills while performing duties associated with cosmetology.
HUM(9-12) Introduction to Cosmetology12. Demonstrate draping procedures for hair services.
HUM(9-12) Introduction to Cosmetology13. Demonstrate procedures for shampooing, rinsing, conditioning, and caring for the scalp and hair.
Local/National Standards:

Alabama High School Graduation Exam Math Standard:

I-1 Apply order of operation

I-2 Add and subtract polynomials

Alabama High School Graduation Exam Standard:

I-1 Identify supporting details

I-2 Determine sequence of events

I-3 Following directions

Primary Learning Objective(s):

The students will complete the handout on sanitation and understand the methods and reason for sanitation.

The students will understand the purpose and procedure for giving a shampoo.

The students will identify various types of shampoo and conditioners and their PH-Potential Hydrogen.

The students will analyze conditions of the scalp and hair.

The students will understand the CTSO (Career Technical Student Organization) SkillsUSA.

Additional Learning Objective(s):

The students will follow the procedure for successfully completing a shampoo. They will perform a shampoo on a mannequin or student during lab.

Approximate Duration of the Lesson: Greater than 120 Minutes
Materials and Equipment:

Milady Standard Cosmetology Textbook

Towels, cape, shampoo, conditioner, comb, brush, and blowdryer.

Litmus paper for testing the ph of the shampoo and conditioner

SkillsUSA handbook


Technology Resources Needed:

Laptop with Internet Access and LCD Projector

  • Think-Pair-Share (Students think, then pair with another student to analyze scalp and hair and to determine what type of shampoo and conditioner to use. They will share information on how they decided on the products.)
  • Students will perform a shampoo and conditioning service on a student as demonstrated by the instructor.
  • The students will participate in a SkillUSA Activity


Attachments:**Some files will display in a new window. Others will prompt you to download. DrapingandShampooingRubric.doc
Assessment Strategies:

Refer to "Draping and Shampooing" attached Rubric


Students who finish early may access and navigate the site for interactive makeover games. Students may use a digital camera to upload their photo or they may use models provided on the website.


Students will be alllowed extra time on assignments.

Students will be assisted by peer students (grouped by differing abilities).

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Attention Using Groups and Peers
Assisting the Reluctant Starter Dealing with Inappropriate Behavior

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