Are you tired of wearing that bland old ponytail to clinical and class every day??
Yeah, I thought so.
Today, is your lucky day. I am going to teach you all how to French braid your hair! If you could please split up into twos, and I need a partner as well. Who would like to be my partner? Morgan? Ok, awesome! Before we begin the lesson, I want your full attention, so I will let you all decide whether we do one braid down the hair, or two. Which one will it be?
*Ok, two it is!:Let’s begin!
First, of the two of you, decide who wants to be the braider and who wants to be the one to receive the braid first.
Have we all decided that?
Alright, braiders get ready! Start by splitting your partner’s hair …show more content…
By the end of my speech on May 1st, 2013, the students I am teaching will know how to French braid another person’s hair (whether it be a friend, fellow student, or patient) for solely beneficial, beauty, and grooming reasons. These students will learn by actively role-modeling me (the teacher) with hands-on materials.
Teaching Strategy: Active learning/Role-Modeling
Teaching Tool: Learning on a partner’s hair
Learning Theory: Social Learning Theory/Social Cognitive Learning Theory (I focused on learning by observation and modeling. Also, both environmental and cognitive factors were used to influence human learning and behavior.)
Method of evaluation for learning objective: Through direct observation of French braid after and throughout my