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This video assumes certain knowledge of how variation is introduced and that sexual reproduction results in a combinations of DNA from the parents. Important vocabulary is introduced and defined. There are also examples of gametes, zygotes and the different types of cells and structures involved on an introductory level.
Students examine animal reproduction by interpreting data and making arguments and then create their own graphs to explore relationships of organ systems. This instructional activity includes an individual worksheet and a reflective review question for assessment.
Students explore the ways in which various organisms reproduce and discuss the role that reproduction plays in the life cycle. They compare and contrast the benefits of sexual and asexual reproduction.
Young scholars explore how organisms reproduce. In this video-based instructional activity, students discuss the role that genetics and evolution play in reproduction and the success of offspring.
In this biology worksheet, students find the words that are related to the study of human reproduction and the answers are found at the bottom of the page.
Students correlate signs of spring with reproductive strategies of varioius organisms. They describe how organisms inherit traits from generation to generation.
Students differentiate the processes involved in sexual and asexual reproduction. In this plant science lesson, students discuss the pros and cons of both methods. They explain how sexual reproduction can lead to genetic diversity.
Students identify the parts of a male and female reproductive system and what the jobs of those parts are. In this reproduction lesson plan students describe some reproductive technologies.
Students explore reproduction. They research organisms and groups of organisms to determine whether they reproduce sexually or asexually. In addition, they determine the organism's habitat.
Engage Secondary Special Education students in a developmentally appropriate lesson on human reproduction. They review genital anatomy and 5 key components that comprise the reproductive cycle. Perfect for a mild to moderately disabled class. Handouts are included.
For this reproduction worksheet, learners read four paragraphs about reproduction and match eight terms to their definitions. Topics include sexual reproduction, chromosomes, genes and asexual reproduction.
Young scholars are actively involved in presenting some of the issues in implanting previously frozen embryos through a cooperative learning lesson. This lesson helps students to develop decision-making skills through discussing various types of assisted reproduction are currently available and under what circumstances this process may be used through role-play.
Eighth graders are able to define meiosis. They are able to compare and contrast meiosis and mitosis. Students are able to state the phases of meiosis. They complete a K-W-L chart on meiosis and mitosis. Students talk about meiosis and sexual reproduction and give definitions.
High schoolers with mild to moderate disabilities discuss human reproduction and the importance of preventing pregnancy. They review reproductive anatomy, sexual decision making, and what birth control is. The activity concludes with a vocabulary game to help solidify concept understanding. A note to the care provider, game pieces, and handouts are included.
Reproduction can result in parenthood. Discuss the pros and cons, responsibility, and possible results of sexual intercourse. Intended for a secondary special education class, this lesson plan is developmentally appropriate for mild to moderately disabled high schoolers.
Begin looking at reproduction by contrasting sexual reproduction with asexual reproduction. Sexual reproduction gives us genetic variation as meiosis creates brand new chromosomes through cross over. Male and female anatomy is covered, as well as menstruation and fertilization. The video unfortunately cuts out right when development of an embryo is beginning, but a lot is covered in the entirety of this clip.
Sixth graders investigate how asexual reproduction produces single-parent offspring. They use plants and yeast to demonstrate vegetative propagation and budding in a laboratory. Students draw five different types of asexual reproduction.
Students investigate the medical terms, locations, and purposes of several of the male and female reproductive systems. Feeling good about their bodies and growing up forms the basis of this activity.
Students complete worksheets about the reproductive system to define terms, explain the menstrual cycle, and more. In this reproduction lesson plan, students are provided with worksheets.
Students examine the female and male reproductive system while describing names, purposes, and locations of reproductive organs. In this reproductive system activity, students explain the functions of the parts of the female and male reproductive systems. Students complete a worksheet as a large group.