Saturday, November 01, 2008

0 Degree Elevation Haircut



by Kerri Perrone

11 comments:

Kristen said...

wow cool.. you did a great job cutting its hair.. the video came out really good...

Christine said...

You did a really nice job explaining every detailed step. You were very organized with your thoughts in your presentation. I would use this clip for my classroom it does not move to quick for the students, her voice is projected nicely and draws the viewers interest. Great job.

Krista said...

You made everything very easy to understand and follow by explaining in detailed steps at a good pace. Everything was well-demonstrated. The entire presentation was very organized and interesting. Great job!

Laura Michaels said...

Great visuals and music. The steps were clear and easy to understand. This would be a good video to show a cosmo class.
Good job.

Kristen said...

I learned alot by watching this video, and you set such small steps that it makes the goal so accessable. I also think it me the instructional needs but providing small steps for a big goal. I really liked the way you made this video, and i cant think of any way to improve upon it.

Ann said...

Great video. You are very talented. You did a great job explaining the little details and the step by step process.

Kelly said...

Very nice video! You met all the learning objectives by creating a great haircut. You could reference to this video clip when comparing it to other types of hair cuts. The steps and visual guide was excellent in this video (great instruction). I would definitely use this video for a demonstration in a classroom setting. Excellent blogging experience! Good work!

Laura Michaels said...

he video Kerri created matched up with the learning objectives presented in her unit plan. The video met instructional needs as it showed the viewer how to perform a blunt haircut.
If I were the instructoe I may have included some of the technical terms in the video.
The best thing about the video was the clear step by step instruction.
As a future Cosmetology teacher I would feel good about using this video and unit plan as part of the curriculum.

Kristen said...

I think that video clip matched up with the learning objectives by showing us the easy techniques to cutting hair. Yes it also meets the insructional needs by using the video as a way to demonstrate how to cut the hair and using it to show hand positions and manipulations. If were the instructor I might also use a video on 180 degree elevation cut.
The best thing about this video si how easy she makes the hair cutting look If I could improve on the video, I would use more music and captions. I would use this unit and video if i were a teacher because it is very well put together.

Krista said...

This video clip matches with the objectives by showing the haircutting process in thorough, clear steps, with suggestions, professional advice, and saftey included. It meets the instructional needs by incorporation of language, integrated learning, basic performing and thinking skill techniques, and other universal foundation skills. If I were the instructor, I might include another video clip on the 180 degree haircut, which appears to be the following lesson in this unit. The best thing about this video is that it is so easy to follow her clear voice and demonstrations. Kerri really breaks down everything into very simple steps, and she never even stutters while speaking. I thought that the development of this video clip was great, and the photos of examples of a completed 0 degree haircut were good additional elements as visual literacy to the clip. I do not have any suggestions for improvement, since she seems to have covered everything in a thorough manner. I would definitely adopt this unit and video as as teacher because it is a unit that includes important development of skills in communication, which is absolutely essential for the outside world and a career in cosmetology. It includes all the important elements, like safety lessons and explanations for why every procedure is done that particular way. I really enjoyed watching this video and it was very informative and interesting to watch!

Dave said...

nice job, Good demo I like how you set the scene in the beginning, your instructions were clear and easy to follow.