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School DIEGO H.

PATIGAYON NHS Grade Level 9


Teacher CHRISTINE D. BARA Learning Area BEAUTY CARE
Time & Dates Session 3 Quarter Third Quarter

I. OBJECTIVES
The learner demonstrates understanding of concepts, principle and techniques in
A. Content Standards manicure and pedicure services.

B. Performance Standards The learner independently performs manicure and pedicure services.
LO1. Clean finger nails and toe nails
At the end of the lesson the learners are expected to:
C. Learning Competencies/ 1. Explain the process in cleaning nails.
Objectives (Write the 2. Trim and file fingernails based on client’s desired shape.
code for each LC) 3. Discuss the relevance of cleanliness of nails to our health

TLE_HEBC9-12PMP III/IVa-r-5
II. CONTENT
Procedures of Basic Manicure and Pedicure Services (Safety Procedures in
A. Subject Matter Cleaning Nails)
Integration: Science, Health
III. LEARNING
RESOURCES
A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide K to 12 Home Economics Beauty/Nail Care (NCII) Curriculum Guide pg 13
Pages
2. Learner’s Material Beauty Care (Nail Care) Grade 9 pg 104 -119
Pages
3. Textbook Pages NONE
4. Additional Materials NONE
from LR Portal
Training Regulations Beauty Care (Nail Care) NC II pg 30-31
CBC Beauty Care NC II pg 66-68https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3fwYICNJaQ
B. Other Learning
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cX6v79Dyu5U
Resources
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hU4ivOtCBPs&list=PLboXguEwjUbHdtXvW5ssI
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IV. PROCEDURES Teacher’s Activity/ies Learner’s Expected Response/s
A. Reviewing previous Preliminary Activities
lesson or presenting the (Prayer, Classroom Order,
new lesson Motivation)

Review on the previous lesson.


Review about nail shapes.

B. Establishing a purpose Why do you need to clean/ trim/ cut Fingernails should be kept short, and the
for the lesson your nails? undersides should be cleaned frequently
with soap and water. Because of their length,
longer fingernails can harbor more dirt and
bacteria than short nails, thus potentially
contributing to the spread of infection.

Long and unclean nails cause bacterial


infection, cause fungal infection, cause food
poisoning, cause injury, cause inward nail
growth and signify poor hygiene.
C. Presenting examples/ How do they clean their nails? By using nail washing and scrubbing nails
instances of the new and by cutting/ trimming using nail cutter.
lesson
How often they clean their nails? As often as necessary.

Introduce the lesson of (Safety


Procedures in Cleaning Nails).

.
How was the nail being cleaned? The nail is being cleaned by scissors, so
Was it safe? Why? many things wrong with the video. use nail
clippers, don't cut so short it bleeds, follow
the natural shape of your nail, and file down
the jagged edge.

D. Discussing new Present a video:


concepts and practicing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q
new skills #1 3fwYICNJaQ
or
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h
U4ivOtCBPs&list=PLboXguEwjUbHd
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How should the nail be cleaned? Nails should be cleaned with proper tools,
materials and equipment.
Discuss the safe procedures in
cleaning nails (manicure and
pedicure). Refer to LM pg 114-117.

Demonstrate how it is done.

Let the student follow and observe


the first 4 steps.
A. Discussing new
concepts and practicing
new skills #2

Let the students follow the last 4


steps.

Students will clean their own nails in Students will clean their own nails in
accordance with the established or accordance with the established or
acceptable procedures and trim and acceptable procedures and trim and file nails
file nails based on their desired based on their desired shape.
shape.
B. Developing mastery Classroom-Based Activity in
Cleaning Fingernails
1. Prepare the necessary equipment,
implements, cosmetics and materials
to be used in manicure
2. Choose a partner and perform
cleaning of fingernails and toenails by
following the given steps. Once
finished, let your partner perform the
same steps.
3. Evaluate your partner by checking
the appropriate boxes corresponding
to the degree of competency in
procedure in cleaning nails. Use the
rubric below.
C. Finding practical What if you don’t have manicure tools We can maintain cleanliness in our nails by
applications of concepts at home, how do you maintain washing, scrubbing using brush and soap
and skills in daily living cleanliness of your nails? Is nipper and also by using nail cutter.
necessary in cleaning nails? Cuticle Nippers are an ideal nail tool used
by professionals to treat tough cuticles and
hangnails. Cuticle Nippers are great for
trimming thin fingernails and toenails in
tight places. The small, stainless steel head
on the Cuticle Nippers is designed for
precision when trimming ingrown nails.
D. Making generalization Why do we need to clean our nails? Trimming the nails, washing and cleaning
and abstractions about the hands, and following some of the
the lesson other nail care tips is an important thing to do
because those nails collect a lot of germs
and dirt which might then be transferred to
the body and lead to the appearance of other
diseases and infections that might
sometimes be hard to handle and deal with.

Keeping the nails always short and trimmed


is not just needed for looking better and
healthier, but it is needed because it will help
in keeping the infections away from you. The
interaction that happens between the hands,
along with the nails, and the outside world
should escalate the whole issue and raise
awareness about the danger of not paying
attention to such details.

One of the infections that could easily spread


through the dirt and germs carried in the
nails is known as pinworms, which are small
and thin white roundworms that sometimes
live in the colon and rectum of humans.
While the infected person is sleeping, the
female pinworm leaves the intestine through
the anus and deposit the eggs on the
surrounding skin and that is when some of
the symptoms will start to appear, such as
the itching and scratching of the anal area.
E. Evaluating learning Use the evaluation below

Make a video of you while cleaning


F. Additional activities for the nails of your mother / sister
application or remediation observing safety procedures in
cleaning nails.

IV. REMARKS

V. REFLECTION

A. No. of learners who


earned 80% on the ___ out of __ students belong to 80% mastery level during formative assessment
formative assessment
B. No. of learners who
require additional
__ students need remediation.
activities for
remediation

C. Did the remedial


lessons work? No. of
learners who have __ out __ students have caught up with the lesson
caught up with the
lesson.

D. No. of learners who


continue to require _ students need a follow up remediation
remediation

E. Which of my teaching
strategies worked well?
Why did these work?

F. What difficulties did I


encounter which my
principal or supervisor
can help me solve?
G. What innovation or
localized materials did I
use / discover which I
wish to share with other
teachers?

Evaluation: Directions: Below are the steps in cleaning fingernails and toenails. Arrange in sequence the
steps by writing numbers (1-8).

A. Cleaning (Manicure)
____1. Dry hands and nails thoroughly.
____2. Clean under free edge by using a cotton-tipped orangewood stick .
____3. Soften cuticle with a cuticle remover.
____4. Trim cuticle with cuticle nipper in a single segment
____5. Remove old polish using cotton moistened with nail polish remover.
____6. Shape nails by filing the nails starting with the little finger working towards the thumb from corner to
center to avoid nail splitting
____7. Loosen cuticle by using the spoon end of the cuticle pusher while keeping it moist with cuticle remover.
____8. Cleanse nails by brushing the fingernails using a downward movement.

Use the rubric below for assessing the performance in developing the mastery.
Rubric

15
10 5
Criteria Very Score
Good Fair
Good

1. Identify and use proper tools, supplies


and equipment in manicuring

2. Demonstrate the step by step


techniques in cleaning fingernails and
toenails

3. Work finished on time and with quality.

TOTAL

Rating Scale:
15 - The student consistently perform tasks to standards with no supervision.
The student can perform the tasks with limited supervision/ or does not perform the task to
10 -
standard.
5- The student can perform the tasks with direct supervision.

Prepared by:

Christine D. Bara
Diego H. Patigayon National High School

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