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Have you seen any plants recently that are just starting to come out of the ground? This got me thinking. thing. Links to Background.18 Express and organize thoughts and opinions with an expanded spoken and written vocabulary and descriptive sentences. Hands-On. I . Leaf. Flower. seed. 2. Interaction Key Vocabulary: Seed. Content: The will  and  the different parts of plants and the plant life cycle Learning Strategies: Guided Practice. Language Objectives: Writing: Advanced (Level 4): ELP 2. Stem.1 Observe closely over a period of time and then record in pictures and words the changes in plants and animals throughout their life cycles-including details of their body plan. I wonder how plants grow from a seed to a full-grown plant? (Show seed and whole plant) I decided that I would like to explore how plants grow from this tiny seed to this bigger plant. structure and timing of group. Petals Materials: plant. Soil. Seedling. Linked to Objectives.3. PowerPoint of Plant Parts _________________________________________________________________________________________________   DzToday I was walking down the street and I noticed that the flowers are starting to come out of the ground. crayons. Bud. Meaningful.7. paper. graphic organizer.3.2 Compare and contrast details of body plans and structures within the life cycles of plants and animals. or event Listening and Speaking: Advanced (Level 4): ELP 2. Roots. diagram of the life-cycle. Theme: Plants Lesson Topic: Life cycle and parts of plants Objectives: Language: The student will  a descriptive narrative that correctly uses vocabulary that describes plant parts and the life cycle.10 Write a descriptive story with expanded spoken and written vocabulary and descriptive sentences that describes a person.  Standards: Content: 2. reproduction and death.5. place.

Each activity involves interaction and a hands on approach. writing. we will look at a PowerPoint that has the parts and the diagram of the plant.      I will start out the lesson by showing the student the plant and asking her if she knows what any of the parts are. We will then look at each part of the plant. Do you think you can help me figure this out?dz   This lesson will focus on the parts of plants and how each part plays an important role in the lifecycle. including the roots. This PowerPoint will help us compare our plant to a picture of one while also finding if our hypothesizes were correct. We will be doing activities that include reading.think it would also be helpful to learn about all of the parts of the plant to see how they help the plant live. After writing down our hypothesizes. and speaking. °    . and talk about why the plant may need that part. This will help me determine how much prior knowledge she has.

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The student will then be asked to explain her choices. the student will write a short essay explaining each part of the plant and its importance in the life cycle of the plant. I will give the student a blank diagram of the life cycle of a plant. The student will be given a picture of each stage of the cycle and will be asked to put the pieces in order. The student will also be asked to write about the interesting things she noticed about plants using key vocabulary. c . After discussion and referencing the PowerPoint. To assess that the student learned.

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 þ  If an extension is needed.  . The students will also share their interesting findings with their classmates. the students will discuss with others some of the difficulties they had with exploring plants.

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