Subject: Biology Objectives At the end of the lesson the students will be able to : i).

Investigate and describe the structure of a nonendospermic seed in terms of the embryo (radicle, plumule and cotyledons) and testa, protected by the pericarp (fruit wall).

Reader: XI C

Topic: structure of a non-endospermic seed Time 5mins Resources

week: 6th

Date:

Methodology Recap: Outline the environmental conditions that affect the germination of seed. Group Activity:
Pupils may dissect pea or large bean seeds, soaked for 24 hours before use, and make labeled drawings of the components identified using textbook references as a source of information.

Assessment Students will be assessed on their ability to : Investigate and describe the structure of a nonendospermic seed in terms of the embryo (radicle, plumule and cotyledons) and testa, protected by the pericarp (fruit wall).

15 mins

Soaked Pea seed or been seed Cutter

feed back: Student will orally summarize their investigations. Written task: Describe the structure of a non-endospermic seed in terms of the embryo and testa, protected by the pericarp. Wrap up: Structure of non-endospermic will be summarized by the student.

5mins

12 mins 3mins Evaluation of teaching: What went well? How do you know?

Evaluation of student’s learning: What did the children learn in this lesson?

What did they actually do?

What went wrong? How will you fix it?

Subject: Biology Objectives At the end of the lesson the students will be able to : i) State that seed
and fruit dispersal by wind and by animals provides a means of colonizing new areas. ii). Describe, using named examples, seed and fruit dispersal by wind and animals.

Reader: XI C

Topic: seed and fruit dispersal Time 5mins

week: 6th Resources

Date: ____________ Assessment Students will be assessed on their ability to : i). Orally students will describe reasons for the formation of new plant colonies organized by seed and fruit dispersal.
ii).Describe as a written task, using named examples, seed and fruit dispersal by wind and animals.

Methodology Recap: orally the student will describe the structure of a non-endospermic seed in terms of the embryo and testa, protected by the pericarp. Active reading:
Read and find out how seed dispersal provides a mean of colonizing new area by dispersal through wind and by animals.

10 mins 3mins

Feedback: orally students will describe reasons for the formation of new plant colonies organized by seed and fruit dispersal. Written task:
Describe, using named examples, seed and fruit dispersal by wind and animals.

Display pictures of seed and fruit dispersal by wind and by animals.

Wrap up: Student will summarize the lesson by giving examples of seed and fruit dispersal.

10 mins 2mins

Evaluation of student’s learning: What did the children learn in this lesson?

Evaluation of teaching: What went well? How do you know?

What did they actually do?

What went wrong? How will you fix it?

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