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Objectives: At the end of the lesson the pupils are expected to: 1. introduce oneself 2. answer the pre-test questionnaire. 3. explain the importance of plants to people and animals. Subject Matter: A. Topic: Introduction on Plants B. References: Science and Health V book C. Time allotment: 1 hour D. Values: Introducing oneself E. Materials: Pre-test Questionnaire, chalk, posters, charts Teaching strategies: A. Pre-assessment a. Prayer b. Checking of attendance c. Introducing one selves d. Introducing the concept of study e. Administer the pre-test f. Administer the perception B. Motivation: Asking questions: a. What are the things you see in your garden? b. Are plants importances in our lives? c. What do you think will happen to our lives if there will no plants at all? C. Lesson Proper: a. Discuss little background on plants and what it is. b. Discuss its importance to our lies and in animals. D. Generalization: Review what a plant is and its importance to people and animals. Assignment: Read in advance about the part of the plants on your Science and Health V textbook.
Day 2 I. Objectives: At the end of the lesson the pupils are expected to: a. enumerate the parts of the plants b. identify each part of the plants with each function. Subject Matter: A. Topic: Parts of the Plants B. Reference: Science and Health V. Book C. Time allotment: 1 hour D. Science Ideas: • Roots are the underground portion of the plant. • Stem is the stalk of the plant which support the fruit, flower and leaf of a plant. • Leaves are the lateral photosynthetic appendage of the stem of a plant. D. Materials: Chalk, posters, charts E. Value: Giving importance on each part of the plants. Teaching strategies: A. Pre-assessment a. prayer b. checking of attendance c. checking of assignment d. review of the previous lesson B. Motivation: Present a drawing of a plant on the board and let them identify the different part of the plant. C. Lesson Proper: a. Discuss the different part of the plants. b. Give the functions of each part. D. Generalization: Evaluation: Multiple choice: Encircle the letter of the correct answer. 1. These are the underground portion of a plant, which absorb, obtain or store nourishment and provides support. a. leaves b. roots c. stem d. flower 2. This is the stalk of the plant which support the fruit, flower or leaf. a. leaves b. root c. stem d. flower
3. These are the lateral photosynthetic appendage of a plant. a. leaves b. root c. stem d. flower 4. A ______ has a reproductive system that enables the plants to reproduce its own kind. a. leaves b. root c. stem d. flower 5. Which is not a function of roots? a. they anchor the plant to the ground b. they absorb water with dissolve nutrients from the soil c. they distribute water and food to various part of the plant d. they collect and store food and water from the soil 6. A part of the plant that are designed to capture sunlight which the plant uses to make food through a process called photosynthesis. a. leaves b. roots c. stem d. fruit 7. It provides covering for seeds and it can be fleshy like an apple or hard like a nut. a. stem b. roots c. fruit d. leaves 8. If we put oil to the leaves of the plants, the plants may a. grow healthy b. produce flower c. turn into yellowish color d. become fleshy 9. These are the tiny openings of the leaves. a. leaves b. root c. stem d. flower 10. It is the sites in most plants where respiration, transpiration, and guttation take place. a. leaves b. flower c. roots d. stem V. Assignment: Research on the Plants Needs in order to grow and live and write it on your science notebook. Day 3 I. Objectives: At the end of the lesson the pupils are expected to: 1. explain plant needs in order to grow and live. 2. define photosynthesis Subject Matter: A. Topic: Plant needs B. Reference Science and health V book C. Time allotment: 1 hour D. Value: Giving importance of plants E Materials: Chalk, posters, charts F. Science Ideas:
a. Plant needs air, water, and sunlight in order to grow. b. It also needs nutrients from the soil. III. Teaching strategies A. Pre-Assessment a. Prayer b. checking of attendance c. checking of assignment d. review on the previous lesson B. Motivation: Present a drawing of a plant on the board and ask a follow-up questions. a. Where do you find plants? b. What do plants needs in order to survive? To grow? C. Lesson Proper: a. Discuss a little about photosynthesis. b. Discuss plant needs in order for it to grow. D. Generalization: a. Review on photosynthesis and the plant needs in order to grow. IV. Evaluation: Multiple choice: Encircle he letter of the correct answer. 1. What do you call the process of food-making in plants? a. photosynthesis b. photosynthetic c. photographic d. food processing 2. Which part of the plant is known to be the site of photosynthesis? a. roots b. stem c. leaves d. flower 3. It induces the plants in cell division. Without this the plant flower and roots could not form. Also it helps root growth and protects the plant from diseases. a. nitrogen b. phosphorus c. potassium d. none of these 4. The plants need the following in order to live except. a. oil b. air c. Sunlight d. nutrients 5. The green pigment in plants which trap energy from the sun. a. chlorine b. chlorophyll c. CFC’s d. carbon dioxide. 6. Green plants take in _________ from air and use it during photosynthesis. a. carbon dioxide b. CFC’s c. hydrogen d. oxygen 7. Plants use ______to carry nutrients from the roots to he leaves and food from the leaves back down to the roots. a. sunlight b. water c. air d. soil 8. The ______ provides the energy needed by the plants to manufacture food. a. flashlight b. sun c. moon d. comet 9. Which of the following is not a/an important plant nutrient? a. nitrogen b. potassium c. sodium d. phosphorus 10. Needed for the making of chlorophyll. a. potassium b. nitrogen c. chlorine d. phosphorus Read pp. 105-109 on your Science and Health textbook,” Classifying Plants”.
Day 4 I. Objectives: At the end of the lesson, the pupils are expected to: 1. classify plants 2. describe plants with each characteristic. 3. differentiate flowering from non-flowering plants. II. Subject Matter A. Topic: Classifying Plants B. Reference: Science and Health V book C. Time allotment: 1 hour D. Value: Knowing how to classify plants E. Materials: Chalk, posters, charts F. Science Ideas: a. Plants may be grouped into flowering and non-flowering plants. b. Flowering plants form flowers while non-flowering one’s produce spores. IV. Teaching strategies: A. Pre-Assessment: a. prayer b. checking of attendance c. checking of assignments d. review of the previous lessons. B. Motivation: a. Present different kinds of plants (flowering and non-flowering plant). b. Ask the pupils how it differs. c. Call a pupil to describe some characteristics of the plants presented. C. Lesson Proper: a. Discuss on how plants can be classified. b. Discuss the two classifications of plants (flowering plant and nonflowering plant). D. Generalization: a. Summarize the topic and call a pupil to recap the topic discussed and then follow-up his answer. V. Evaluation: Multiple choice: Encircle the letter of the correct answer. 1. Flowering plants form ______. a. grass b. cones c. flowers d. spores 2. Non-flowering plants produce _______. a. spores b. flowers c. fruits d. seeds
3. Flowering plants have efficient ______system for carrying food and water. a. seeding b. vascular or transport c. flowering d. tubing 4. Pine trees belong to the _______plants because they produce cones. a. flower-bearing b. fruit-bearing c. cone-bearing d. seed-bearing 5. This plant bears flowers too and produce dull colored flowers that lack scent. Their seeds are carried by the wind. a. grass b. fruit trees c. gumamela d. ferns 6. The tubes carry nutrients and water to the plant. a. vascular b. endosperm c. tubular d. phloem 7. These are examples of natural pollinators except a. birds b. bees c. man d. butterfly 8. It is a term used to refer to flowering plants. a. Angiosperms b. Gymnosperms c. Dicotyledons, d. Monocotyledon 9. A fern plant produce ________ in order to reproduce. a. flower b. fruit c. spores d. seed 10. A corn is an example of a. monocot b. dicot c. gymnosperms d. angiosperms
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