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Presented clearly and accurately, this PowerPoint introduces biology learners to asexual reproduction in plants. It begins by comparing asexual to sexual reproduction by definition and by the pros and cons of each. The remaining slides briefly characterize tubers, bulbs, runners, and two methods of artificial propagation. This presentation would be a tool for supplementing your lecture with visuals.
How do seeds get from a plant to the ground so they can germinate? This presentation provides the answer to seed dispersal in relation to plant reproduction. Straightforward explanations and definitions for wind, animal, burial, fruit, and spinning dispersal make this a comprehensive resource.
Eighth graders examine the reproductive organs of plants. In this plant reproduction lesson, 8th graders identify the reproductive organs of different plants using a digital camera. Students create a plant portfolio of images large enough to see all the parts of both a male and female flower.
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.
Quiz your learners on human reproductive cells 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 X-Chromosome, ovaries, Y-Chromosome, fertilization, zygote, sperm, egg, and testes.
Teenagers explain the process from making the decision to have a baby to parenthood. They identify the positive and negative aspects of parenting. In small groups, they browse catalogs of baby equipment and evaluate the cost of supporting a new baby. Enough extension activities are suggested to make this a week-long topic within your life skills or health curriculum.
Intended for moderate to severely disabled high schoolers, this lesson focuses on building an understanding of human anatomy. A secondary special education class reviews, identifies, and labels parts of the body. Including the internal and external reproductive system. Note: The included handouts are of anatomically correct male and female bodies and may not be appropriate for everybody. Consent may be required prior to engaging in this lesson.