Reproduction in Plants I – Parts of Flowers Primary 5 (Basic 5) – Basic Science

Last Updated on February 25, 2021 by Alabi M. S.

 

BASIC SCIENCE

BASIC SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 

SECOND TERM 

WEEK 5

PRIMARY 5

THEME – REPRODUCTION 

 PREVIOUS LESSON – HUMAN BODY – JOINTS AND MUSCLES (PRIMARY 5)

 

TOPIC – REPRODUCTION IN PLANTS 

 

LEARNING AREA

1. Sexual Reproduction

2. Parts of a Flower

3. Parts of a flower that produce fruit

 

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES

By the end of the lesson, the pupils should have attained the following objectives (cognitive, affective and psychomotor) and should be able to –

1. identify parts of a flower.

2. draw and label parts of a flower.

3. identify parts of flower that produce fruit.

 

ENTRY BEHAVIOUR

The pupils can identify flowers within and around the school.

 

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

The teacher will teach the lesson with the aid of:

Life flowers e.g. hibiscus, cowpea flower

Chart or diagram of a flower, agents of pollination, development from flower to fruits.

Drawing book

Pencil.

 

 

METHOD OF TEACHING

Choose a suitable and appropriate methods for the lessons.

Note – Irrespective of choosing methods of teaching, always introduce an activities that will arouse pupil’s interest or lead them to the lessons. 

 

REFERENCE MATERIALS

Scheme of Work

9 – Years Basic Education Curriculum

Course Book

All Relevant Material

Online Information

WRITING INSTRUCTION 

Copy as I write or draw as I draw. This instruction should be given when you need the pupils to write or draw.

 

CONTENT OF THE LESSON  

LESSON 1 – INTRODUCTORY ACTIVITIES 

Activity 1 

Teacher’s/Pupil’s Activities – Review on reproduction in domestic animals.

Male and female of animal of the same type mate. That’s male and female chicken and goat.

After mating, the female chicken (ducks, pigeons, etc.) lay eggs. These eggs later hatch into young once.

In other animals like goat, dogs, sheep, cows, etc., after male and female mate, the female carries pregnancy and later gives birth to the young animal alive.

Teacher’s remark – Life in both plants and animals begin when a male meets a female to produce their young ones.

Both the male and the female parts of plant are in the flower. 

 

DIFFERENT TYPES OF FLOWER WITHIN THE SCHOOL 

Teacher’s Activities – Take the pupils for a walk within or outside the school to collect different flowers. Tell pupils not to suck the flowers because some are poisonous. 

Pupil’s response – Take part in the walk and obey the teacher’s rules for the walk.

Teacher’s remark – For active participation, give a great cheer. Ask the pupils to describe the flowers collects and summary their points on the board.

 

MEANING OF FLOWERS 

Flowers are part of the plants that are very attractive.

 

 

Some flowers produce the seeds that can become new plants while some flowers don’t.

 

Activity 2

Teacher’s Activities – Display chart showing common flowers with names for the pupils to compare with the flowers collected and identify each name.

Pupil’s response – State the name of each flower collected.

Teacher’s remark – Support the pupils to compare and identify the name of each flower collected and celebrate their active participation.

 

COMMON FLOWERS 

1. Aloe Vera

2. Hibiscus

3. Orchids

4. Calla Lilly

5. Cacati

6. Climbing ivy

7. Cordyline

8. Dumb cane

9. Red acalypha

10. Yellow bush, etc.

 

LESSON EVALUATION/ASSIGNMENT 

Draw and colour a hibiscus flowers.

 

LESSON 2 – INTRODUCTORY ACTIVITIES 

Teacher’s Activities – Display sample of hibiscus flower and discus each part of the flower with the pupils.

Pupil’s response – Active participation in the class discussion.

Pupil’s remark – Give a great for active participation and draw, colour and label each part of hibiscus flower for the pupils to the same.

 

PARTS OF FLOWERS 

1. Pistil

  • Stigma

 

 

  • Style
  • Ovary

 

2. Stamen

  • Anther
  • Filament

 

3. Calyx

4. Stem

 

DRAW, COLOUR AND LABEL

 

ASSIGNMENT

Find out the different between anther and stigma.

 

LESSON 3 – INTRODUCTORY ACTIVITIES 

Teacher’s Activities – On the chart, ask the pupils to identify ovary part of hibiscus flower for teacher’s/pupil’s discussion.

Pupil’s response – Quick response to question and active participation.

Teacher’s remark – Give a great cheer for quick response and active participation. Note the point of discussion on the board.

 

PARTS OF THE FLOWER THAT PRODUCE FRUIT

Ovary is also called as the seed box.

 

 

This is where seeds are produced which later grow into young plants.

The ovary and the surrounding parts later become the fruit.

 

PRESENTATION

To deliver the lesson, the teacher adopts the following steps:

1. To introduce the lesson, the teacher revises the previous lesson. Based on this, he/she asks the pupils some questions;

2. Takes pupils for a walk within and around the school to collect the available common flowers.

Pupil’s Activities – Bring flowers to the class/Identify and name parts of a flower.

3. Asks pupils draw a flower on the chart and labels its parts.

Pupil’s Activities – Draw a flower and label its parts.

4. Provides flowers e.g. hibiscus to guide the pupils to identify parts of a flower.

Pupil’s Activities – Bring flowers to the class/Identify and name parts of a flower.

5. Guides the pupils to identify parts of a flower that produce fruit.

Pupil’s Activities – Identify parts of a flower that produce fruit.

 

CONCLUSION

To conclude the lesson for the week, the teacher revises the entire lesson and links it to the following week’s lesson.

 

NEXT LESSON

Reproduction in Plants II – Pollination and Fertilization (Primary 5)

 

LESSON EVALUATION 

Ask pupils to:

1. name and identify parts of a flower

2. draw and label a given flower.

 

 

WEEKLY ASSESSMENT

ANSWER ALL THE QUESTIONS

 

 

1. ___________________ are part of the plants that are very attractive.

A. Flowers

B. Hibiscus

C. Aloe Vera

 

2. Some flowers produce the seeds that can become new plants while some flowers don’t.

A. True

 

 

B. False

C. A and B

 

3. ___________________ is where seeds are produced which later grow into young plants.

A. Petal

B. Stigma

C. Ovary

 

4. ___________________ is also known as seed box.

A. Seed box

B. Box seed

C. Sand box

 

5. Both the male and the female parts of plant are in the flower.

A. True

B. False

C. A and B

 

6. ___________________ and ___________________ are stamen.

A. Stigma and ovary

B. Anther and filament

C. Pistil and stamen

 

7. ___________________, ___________________ and ___________________ are Pistil.

A. Stigma, style and ovary

 

 

B. Anther, stamen and filament

C. Pistil, style and stamen

 

8. Draw a hibiscus flower and label each part. 3 marks

 

 

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