W/B 1st June 2020
All resources here are guidance to support students with their remote learning. Teachers will be offering further guidance through Microsoft Teams where students can submit work and ask their teacher questions.
Task 1: Produce a plan which contains the following information: how the hair styling and make up looks of ancient Japanese times, compare to the looks of today (lipstick, gloss, eyebrows, foundation, hair products, dyes and function), how hair and beauty products have changed since ancient Japanese times, how product ingredients have changed over time (main ingredient, past, present and function), how technological advancements have helped shaped todays hair and beauty sector (new techniques, equipment, tools, social media, false lashes, gel nails). This plan must show a logical order (contents page) and demonstrate your ability to use suitable sources of information (bibliography). The plan must contain enough information to show your understanding of the task and not solely be images.
Task 2: The salon website will need to be redesigned with an ancient Japanese theme. A written report of your findings on task 1 and create some designs which will be used on webpages to showcase the new look.
Resources and brief have been uploaded to Microsoft teams.
Booklet 2 revision the move on to booklet 3. Series of exam questions from units 201, 202 and 203.
Resources have also been given to aid revision.
Practical assignment in mock attempt at coursework in preparation before brief released next year.
Any issues or concerns please contact me on Microsoft Teams.
Complete synoptic assessment on 1990s. Task 1: comparisons of male and female on hair, make up and nails, key products and equipment, services and treatment developments.
Task 2: written account of the practical activities supported by photo evidence.
Task 3: produce a written plan, A4 poster, questionnaire used, evaluation document. Include a bibliography referencing your source.
Resources necessary have been uploaded to Microsoft Teams and issued to students at the start of the synoptic assignment.
Any queries please raised using Microsoft Teams.