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					 BASIC PARTS
   OF THE
   PLANTS
AND ITS USES
Unit Summary
– Plants are alive, just like people and animals.
  They grow and die, need energy, nutrients,
  air, and water, produce young, made up of
  cells and react to what's around them. This
  unit will allow our grade II pupil know the
  importance of plants in our environment.
  The activities would help them understand
  more on the subject and would enhance
  their creativity and skills that would be
  needed in the class. And also the pupil can
  easily identify the parts of the plants and
  its uses.
Subject Area:
• Science and Health


Grade Level:
 Grade II Pupils

Approximate time needed:
 3 weeks; 3 sessions per week; 40
 mins.
    Targeted Content
Standards and Benchmarks
• 21st Century Skills:
  – Critical Thinking
  – Communication and Collaboration
  – ICT (Information, Communications and
    Technology) Literacy
  – Initiative and Self-Direction
              PELC Learning
              Competencies:
•       Writing:
    –     Write a reflection paper on how each part of the plant
          is connected to one another and the importance of the
          plant in our environment.
    –     Write the basic parts of the plant.
•       Speaking:
    –     Identify the basic parts of the plants.
    –     Interaction through Field trip activities.
        Creating:
    –     Draw a plant that creatively shows the different parts
          of the plant and state its uses.
              Student
         Objectives/Learning
             Outcomes
•       Behavioral Objectives:
    –     At the end of the 1 month session, the grade
          II pupil will be able to identify the different
          parts of the plant and its uses. Be aware of
          the importance of the plants in our
          environment. Present a drawing and coloring
          that creatively shows the different parts of
          the plant.
   Curriculum-Framing
        Questions
• Essential Question
  – What are the important parts of a living
    thing?
• Unit Questions
  – How can you apply the knowledge of the
    different parts of the plants to the
    development of the plantation in your
    community?
• Content Questions
 – What are the different parts of the
   plant and its uses?
 – How can we make use of our acquired
   knowledge about the plants in helping
   our community environment flourish?
     Assessment Plan
Assessment Timeline
  Before project work begins:
       - Storytelling
       - Film showing
Students work on projects and
complete tasks:
 - The Area Exposure
 - Field trips
 - Drawing
 - Make a 3-D model of a plant
After project work is completed:
  - Sharing of learning
  - Journal
     Assessment Summary
     The assessments used for this lesson are all
chosen to facilitate the process of self-direction,
collaboration at the end of the whole experience.
This will begin with a Storytelling and Film showing
to motivate the pupils. Area exposures and Field
trips would help the child expose and explore the
beauty of nature wherein the results are to be
shared in the classroom. The next activities will be
a series of presentations of drawing and coloring
that will show their progress in creativity as well as
making of a 3-D model of a plant with varying colors
that correspond to the plants parts and its uses.
Finally, a sharing of learning in the class as well as
the writing of journal that will conclude their field
learning experiences.
          Unit Details
Prerequisite Skills
   For this lesson, it is expected that
   the grade II pupil can:
  –   Identify the basic parts of the plants
      and its uses.
  –   Draw a plant.
  –   Share what they have observed.
 Instructional Procedures
Week 1
 The pupils will have:
 –   An introduction of the lesson.
 –   Lesson proper of the subject.
 –   Story telling.
 –   Film showing about the basic parts of
     the body and its uses.
Week 2
 The pupils will have:
  – An area exposure inside the community.
  – Field trip.
  – Drawing a plant by showing the importance of
    it.
  – The students are required to do a project that
    will require them to make and design a 3-D
    model of a plant with varying colors that
    signify the different uses of the parts of the
    plant.
Week 3
 The pupil will have;
 – Journal writing base on the experience
   they have during the area exposure and
   field trip.
 – Sharing of learning through their
   experienced in the area exposure and
   field trip.
    Accommodations for
 Differentiated Instruction
Special Needs Students
 Accommodation for the pupils would be
 supporting them with the instructional
 materials that are highly conducive for
 learning. The use of AVR would help
 the pupil visualize of the basic parts of
 the plants and its uses. And they will
 learn through sharing of learning.
Gifted/Talented Students
 The pupils are required to explore
 and expose themselves in the area
 wherein it has plants that would help
 them visualize the real plant and how
 the plant lives outside. And through
 their field trip, they are being
 introduced to the different types of
 the plants and how they grow in the
 field.
  Materials and Resources
    Required For Unit
Technology – Hardware:
  DVD Player
  Projection System
  Television
  Internet Connection
Technology – Software:
  Encyclopedia on CD-Rom
  Multimedia
  Image processing
Printed Materials
 Textbooks
 Curriculum Grades
 Story Books
 Lab Manuals
 Reference Materials
Supplies
 - Plants for observation
 - Coloring Books
 - Coloring Materials
 - Drawing Book
 - Storybook
Internet Resources
• http://www.tooter4kids.com/Plants/p
  arts_of_plants.htm
• http://www.essortment.com/all/plant
  suses_rzov.htm
• Encarta 2010 for Kids
Other Resources
 - Tour guides in Field trips
 - Other students/classrooms
 - Parents
 - Experiments

				
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