Reproduction Teacher Resources
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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.
students recognize and name prairie plants without the use of a key. they determine that prairie plants have different life cycles that affect their rate of growth and reproduction
Students complete a variety of activities to study different concepts in Science. The activities are part of a layered curriculum. This is used to differentiate instruction and give a wide variety of assessment opportunities.
In this reproduction worksheet, students review the processes involved with sexual reproduction in animals and pollination in plants. This worksheet has 6 fill in the blank, 5 true or false, and 9 short answer questions.
For this flowering plants worksheet, students review 11 vocabulary words associated with reproduction in flowering plants by matching the term with its definition.
In this cell reproduction worksheet, students complete a crossword puzzle with 43 questions related to mitosis and meiosis. They compare and contrast the two processes.
Opening with one slide on cnidarian reproduction, this PowerPoint is more focused on phylum platyhelminthes. It touches on flatworm structure, feeding, body systems, and reproduction. Simple, yet informative, this resource will support your lecture on platyhelminthes when covering classification with your budding biologists. Follow it with observations and experiments with flatworms.
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.
Students practice using mathematical issues of scale. They compare and contrast digital images verses the object in real life. They share their observations with the class.
In this human reproduction worksheet, students use references to assist them in responding to the questions on the menstrual cycle. They explain what is the menarche and the average length of the menstrual cycle. Students also name the hormones necessary for maintaining the uterine lining.
In this cell reproduction worksheet, students will review the 5 phases of the cell cycle: telophase, interphase, prophase, metaphase, and anaphase. Students will use the cell cycle diagram to complete 5 short answer questions.
Students discuss the different stages of mitosis. In this biology lesson, students work in pairs as they draw and diagram the stages of cell division. They discuss reproduction using pro, meta, ana and telophase.
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.
A simple worksheet helps biology or health learners review the events that occur in both the female and male reproductive systems. For each, they read a series of sentences and arrange them in order by numbering them. Brief, but beneficial, this would make a convenient quiz.
Young scholars name the different parts of the male reproductive system. For this health science lesson, students research health issues affecting the male reproductive system. They create a presentation and share it to class.
Young scholars identify the different types of asexual reproduction. In this biology instructional activity, students name organisms that reproduce asexually. They answer an interactive quiz and check their answers afterward.
Students identify the different parts and function of a flower's reproductive system. In this biology lesson, students explain how pollination works. They watch a video and practice labeling parts of both flower and leaf.
Students explain the process of photosynthesis. In this biology lesson, students label the different reproductive parts of the flowers. They watch a short video then identify the leaf parts on the board.
High schoolers identify pictures of women labeling them pregnant or not pregnant. They discover what happens inside a woman when she is pregnant. They explain the relationship bettwen intercourse, fertilization and parenthood.
In this asexual reproduction worksheet, students compare and contrast different types of asexual reproduction processes by examining prepared slides and completing 20 short answer questions, 4 drawings, and 9 fill in the blank questions.