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It is likely that this PowerPoint was designed for the distinct study of male animal husbandry.  The components of the male reproductive system is clear and detailed. Pictures do not graphically illustrate these parts, but the vocabulary and descriptions are comprehensive and are accompanied by relevant biological facts
Teenagers take on the human reproductive systems when viewing this presentation. Labeled diagrams of each are displayed, along with one of a fetus in utero. Presented in bullet-point fashion are facts about the formation of sperm and egg cells, secondary sex characteristics, and organ functions. Show this factual PowerPoint in a biology or health class when covering reproduction and fetal development.
Designed as a reading guide, these twenty-seven questions on the male and female reproductive systems would be useful for almost any high school biology textbook. It can be used as a homework, review, or even a chapter test. 
The journey of a fertilized egg is illustrated as it travels from the fallopian tube to the uterus. Cell division is explained and the miracle of life is shown.
Students participate in a class discussion "game" in order to help them determine how to take care of themselves and keep their bodies healthy, as well as develop a healthy, mature attitude.
Learners explain that fishes that reproduce externally have to release great numbers of eggs and milt (sperm) in order to ensure fertilization.
Students study the basic terminology of male and female reproductive organs. They explain the human reproductive process, infertility, pregnancy, and steps that lead to a healthy lifestyle. They give their definition and then discuss the actual definitions from presentation.
In this crossword puzzle, students answer 27 clues about vocabulary terms related to the reproduction of both animals and plants.
In this crossword puzzle learning exercise, students are given the answers to 18 clues about vocabulary related to the reproduction of animals and plants.
Eight objectives pertaining to plant reproduction are stated and addressed in this presentation. Objectives include defining sexual and asexual reproduction, comparing monocots to dicots, explaining flower types, and more. Some of the formatting is inconsistent, but easily remedied should you decide to use these slides. The information is worthwhile for your introduction to plant reproduction. Consider having young botanists examine monocot and dicot seeds, plants, and flowers up close and personal following the presentation.
Students are introduced to the vocabulary related to the male and female reproductive organs. In their journals, they write down the importance of knowing the correct terms of these organs. To end the lesson, they complete a crossword for male and female organs and take an online quiz.
Students investigate the hormonal levels that are created with the endocrine system and tie it to the act of sexual reproduction. The lesson discusses how the respiratory system is organized as a comparison to the endocrine system which is also complex in nature.
Eighth graders hypothesize if a plant with white flowers is crossed with a plant with purple flowers, what are the possible genotypes and phenotypes of the offspring. They define meiosis, compare/contrast meiosis and mitosis and state the phases of meiosis.
In this plant reproduction worksheet, students follow the steps to complete a science investigation and then respond to 2 short answer questions and complete a data table regarding the investigation.
In this human reproduction worksheet, students complete an online interactive quiz about hormones, sexual development and human reproduction. There is also an option for a paper and pencil version.
Here you have a presentation on livestock reproduction that is very black and white, both in appearance and information. Three simple line drawings are included among the 15 slides: the female reproductive system, the male reproductive system, and how to facilitate artificial insemination. Slide #5 incorrectly displays the abbreviations for follicle stimulating hormone and luteinizing hormone in lowercase. You may want to remedy this before showing the PowerPoint to your livestock learners.
Quiz your learners on the reproductive process using this terminology assessment tool! Choose 1 of 2 options: have students play online, or make copies of the paper version. The advantage to playing the online matching game is its interactive feature: scholars match 8 terms to definitions to reveal an image below. They get immediate feedback once finished. Terms include menstruation, ovulation, implantation, menstrual cycle, pregnancy, fertilization, puberty, and lactation.
In this human reproduction instructional activity, 9th graders explain why the testes are located on the outside of the body rather than the inside. Then they explain how often eggs are released in the female. Students also describe puberty.
In this plant reproduction worksheet, students review the stages of the reproductive cycle of flowering plants. This worksheet has 1 matching, 1 short answer, and 1 true or false question.
In this female reproductive organs quiz worksheet, students complete an on-line quiz, clicking on questions and matching answers, scoring 1 point for each correct answer. A printed version is available.

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