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Lesson Plan
Course Title: Cosmetology I
Session Title: Bacteriology
Performance Objective:
Upon completion of this assignment, the student will be able to identify the structure and function of bacteria to the satisfaction of the instructor.
Specific Objectives:
Define terms associated with the lesson.
Identify types of bacteria.
Explain the classifications of bacteria.
Describe bacterial growth and reproduction.
Explain the phases of bacteria.
Preparation
TEKS Correlations:
125.112 (b)
…develop knowledge of the concepts and skills related to the [cosmetology]… Interdisciplinary Correlations:
Science – Biology:
112.43 (c)(2)(B)
…collect data and make measurements with precision…
112.43 (c)(2)(C)
…organize, analyze, evaluate, make inferences, and predict trends from data… 112.43 (c)(2)(D)
…communicate valid conclusions.
Instructor/Trainer
References:
1. Milady’s Standard Textbook of Cosmetology
2. Pivot Point Salon Fundamentals
Cosmetology I: Bacteriology
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Bacteriology PowerPoint Presentation.
Bacteriology PowerPoint Presentation – Handouts.
Bacteriology PowerPoint Presentation – Notes Pages.
Bacteriology Exam.
Bacteriology Exam Key.
Milady’s Standard Theory Workbook pages T6-T10 (copies for all students)

Materials Needed:
1. Transparencies (Refer to Milady’s LP3/T1)
2. The following items: bread mold, souring milk, or damp towels Equipment Needed:
1. Overhead Projector
2. Microscopes
Learner
1. Read Chapter 5 in Milady’s Standard Textbook of Cosmetology 2. Complete review questions at the end of the chapter
Introduction
Introduction (LSI Quadrant I):
SAY: In order to understand the importance of sanitation, disinfections, and sterilization you must have a basic understanding of bacteriology. Your knowledge of bacteriology will help you to comprehend the relationship between bacteria and disease. ACTIVITY: Have students to individually brainstorm ideas/thoughts related to lesson content and have them write one down and be ready to share their idea/thought at the end of the lesson.

[Prompt thought: Think of how bacteria can be spread or found. Prompt example: Workers not washing hands in a restaurant.]
Outline
Outline (LSI Quadrant II):
I. Define terms associated with the lesson.
A. Bacteriology: The science that deals with the study of microorganisms called bacteria. B. Bacteria: minute, one-celled vegetable microorganisms found nearly everywhere; dust, dirt, refuse, and diseased tissue.

Cosmetology I: Bacteriology
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1. Also known as germs.
2. Can only be seen through the aid of a microscope; 1500 can cover the head of a pin. II. Identify Types of Bacteria (show transparency LP3/T1)
A. Nonpathogenic and Pathogenic
B. Nonpathogenic
1. Helpful or harmless.
2. Perform useful functions; decompose refuse and improve soil fertility. C. Saprophytes are a type of nonpathogenic bacteria that live on dead matter and do not produce disease.
D. Pathogenic
1. Harmful.
2. Disease producing.
3. Invade plant or animal tissue.
4. Parasites are a type of pathogenic bacteria that require living matter for growth. III. Explain Pathogenic Classifications
A. Pathogenic bacteria are identified by distinct shapes.
*Use the following story to help explain classifications:
▪ There once lived a guy called Tyrone Cocci
▪ He has a round shape
▪ He likes to hang around singly or in groups
▪ He is not very active
▪ He is most comfortable when he is hanging out in the air or dirt ▪ Tyrone Cocci had three wives: Staphylococci, Streptococci, and Diplococci ▪




Mrs. Staphylococci; Tyrone Cocci did not like her because of these reasons; She is pus-forming
She hangs out in bunches or clusters
She has a lot of abscesses, pustules, and boils




Mrs. Diplococcic; Tyrone Cocci did not like her because of these reasons; She hangs out in...
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