Lesson Plan About Parts of the Plants
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Philippine Normal University College of Education Department of Early Childhood Detailed Lesson Plan in Science Lesson: Parts of the plant Level: Preparatory July 24, 2008 I. Objectives 1. identify the parts of the plant 2. draw the different parts of the plant 3. show appreciation by naming the parts of the plant II. Subject matter Topic: The parts of the plant Concept: The parts of the plant are roots, stem, leaves, flowers and fruits. Not all plants have the same parts. Skills: Observing, Identifying Attitude: Open-mindedness Instructional materials: picture of a gumamela and okra plant, Jigsaw puzzle: eggplant, cartolina References: Dela Cruz, Eufrancia and Brobante, Rosita, Science Publishing House, Metro Manila, 1993, pp. 22-24 Espelita, Avelina and Remo, Felicidad, New Integrated Science and Health for preschool, St. Matthew’s Publishing, Quezon City, 2005, pp. 120-127 Marasigan, Ma. Rosario, Science for Active Learning, Quezon City, Siba Publishing House, Inc., 2006, pp. 150-172 III. Procedure Teacher’s Activity A. Preliminary Activity 1. Prayer Good morning children! Let us start our day with a prayer.
“Good morning teacher!” Dear God, Thank you for giving us wonderful creations. Thank you God for making us spec specia ial. l. Help Help us to lear learn n and and love love and and make make thing things. s. In Jesu Jesus s name name,, we pray pray.. Amen.
2. Weather Children let us check what kind of weather we have today by singing “The Weather Song”
(The students will join their teacher in singing and doing the action of the song) “The Weather Song” What comes out at the break of day Brightly shines as we sing and play In the evening it goes away It’s the sun, sun, sun.
What comes down from up so high Splashing down from up above Make things wet that once were day It’s the rain, rain, rain. You tell me the weather, the weather today. You tell me the weather, the weather today. You tell me the weather, the weather today. Today is a _______ day. Very Good! Let’s give ourselves a chicken clap. 3. Health Check-up (The teacher will check if the students are well-groomed) Ok children, I want you to check on your partner’s whether she or he: Took a bath Cut her or his nails Comb his or her hair Brush his or her teeth 4. Warm-up Now let us sing a song. The title of our song is “It’s a Beautiful Day.” Do you know this song?
(The students will do a chicken clap)
(The student will do the Health Check-up with their partner assigned)
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(If their answer is “Yes” the students will just join their teacher in singing and doing the actions of the song. If “No” the teacher will do the singing and doing the action first and she will tell her student to follow afterwards.)
“It’s a Beautiful Day” It’s a beautiful day when the sun is up It’s a beautiful day I’ve got to believe that today We can work and play, it’s a wonderful day Oh! It’s a beautiful day Come and sing this song of love Come everyone it’s a gift from above Lets all join hand in hand And make the world go round and round Glory to the Father, Glory to the Son, Glory to the Spirit’ God for everyone. What a glorious day! It’s a beautiful day.
(The student will do a yes clap) Very Good children! Now let’s give ourselves a yes clap. B. Preparation Ok children we will have an activity. The title of our activity is “A trip outside the classroom.” Who wants to come with me? Raise your hand. I think only the quiet and behave students will come with me. Let me see who they are. I think the row ___ behaves well today. Ok row ___ form your line outside. Next row ___ form your line outside. Oh I think that the row ___ also behave well. Ok children form your line with your partners. (The teacher will tour the students in the school garden and let them observe the place. After 5-10 minutes in the garden the class will go back to the classroom.) Now children who can tell me the things you have seen in the garden? ___, what are the things you have seen in the garden? Ok children who among you also saw butterflies and plants? Raise your hand. What are the colors of the butterflies? How about the plants, can you describe the plants you have seen? (Questions will be followed if there are also things that the students saw in the garden) Very Good! Today children you will learn about one of the things you have mention awhile ago. C. Development Now children listen carefully to teacher so that you will learn about the thing you have seen in the garden. Children I have put 10 puzzle pieces under 10 chairs. Now children look under your chair. The ten students that have puzzle pieces will come in front of the class. Ok ___ put your puzzle piece in the center of the blackboard. Children show your puzzle piece to your classmates. Now class, who do you think has the next puzzle piece? (The teacher will ask the same question until the puzzle has form its half)
(The student will raise their hands)
(The students will follow the instruction of the teacher)
(Several students will raise their hands) “I saw butterflies and plants” (The students will raise their hand if they also saw the butterflies and plants) “Yellow, white” “It has green leaves and white flowers”
(The students will look some puzzle pieces under their chairs)
(The student will follow the instruction)
(The students will point to their classmate that has the next puzzle piece)
Ok children what do you think is in the picture? Let us see if your guess is correct. Now who among your 5 classmates hold the next puzzle piece? (After the activity the teacher will ask her students about the picture) Now give yourselves 5 alligator clap. For doing a job well done.
Ok children what can you say about the picture? Can you describe the plant in this picture? What are the colors of the flowers? What else does an eggplant have? (The teacher will post the name of the parts of the eggplant beside their appropriate place and also ask the same question until all the parts will be mention) Now let us read the parts of this plant. Children what other plants you have seen in the garden? Very Good! What else? How about at home, what are the plants you have at home? Who among you also have gumamela at home? What is the color of your gumamela flowers? Does it have leaves? What are the other parts of your gumamela plant have? (The teacher will ask the same question regarding the other parts of the gumamela) Children who among have okra plant at home? (If the teacher see the students raise their hands he or she will call someone to describe the okra plant they have at
“A plant teacher”
“a plant teacher” “an eggplant” “it has flowers” “white and violet” “it has leaves”
(The students will read the parts of the plant) “teacher sampaguita” “teacher yellowbell” “teacher gumamela” (The students will raise their hand if they have) “red teacher” “yes teacher” “it has roots”
(The students will raise their hand if they have)
home) Ok ___ stand beside me. Can you describe to your classmate the okra plant you have at home? Very Good! What is the color of the okra fruit? Does it have flowers? What else does it have? Very Good ___! Lets give ___ 5 Clam clap. (The teacher will post two pictures in the board) Children what can you see in the board? What are the parts of a gumamela plant? Very Good! How about the okra plant? What do you think a gumamela don’t have liked the okra plant? Ok children, can you give example of plant that has fruit like the okra? Very Good! How about the tomato plant does it have fruits? Now who can give me example of plants just like gumamela? How about does it have or bear fruits? Now children do all plants have fruits?
Very Good! D. Application Now children, we will have another activity teacher will give you a bond paper. I want you to draw plant that you can see in the school, along the street or in you garden at home. Use you pencil and crayons in this activity. Children write the name of each parts of the plant you want to draw. Ok? (After they finished the activity) Ok children let me see you work” Teacher is very happy because you know already the parts of the plant. Let us do a yes clap. Children now pass your papers. Teacher will put stars on it and place them on the bulletin board. Ok?
“teacher it has okra fruits” “green” “yes teacher” “leaves, stem and roots” (The students will do 5 clam clap)
“teacher gumamela and an okra plant” “teacher flowers, stem, leaves and roots” “teacher flowers, stem, leaves, fruits and roots” “teacher fruits” “teacher eggplant” “yes teacher” “santan” “no teacher” “no teacher” “teacher some plants have flowers and fruits while others only have flowers”
“ok teacher” (The students will raise their works)
(The students will do yes clap)