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Subject: Biology Objectives

At the end of the lesson the students will be able to : i). define mitosis cell division. ii). Identify the reasons how mitosis is responsible for giving rise to genetically identical cells.

Reader: XI C

Topic: Asexual reproduction Time 5mins 13 mins

week: 1st Resources Flip chart Showing the reasons responsible for giving rise to genetically identical cells ,growth, repair of damaged tissues, replacement of worn out cells and asexual reproduction

Date: _________________

Methodology Introduction: General concept of asexual reproduction through brainstorming. Teachers exposition: through flipchart diagram mitosis as cell division will be explained (focusing on: giving rise to genetically identical cells ,growth, repair of damaged tissues, replacement of worn out cells and asexual reproduction) Query: students will be allowed to ask topic related question. Written task: enlist at least 1 reason for each; how mitosis cell division could be responsible for giving rise to genetically identical cells ,growth, repair of damaged tissues, replacement of worn out cells and asexual reproduction. Wrap up: Lesson will be summarized by student.

Assessment Students will be assessed on their ability to : Orally define mitosis cell division. As a written task enlist the reasons how mitosis cell division could be responsible for giving rise to genetically identical cells ,growth, repair of damaged tissues, replacement of worn out cells and asexual reproduction.

5 mins 10 mins

2 mins Evaluation of teaching: What went well? How do you know?

Evaluation of students learning: What did the children learn in this lesson?

What did they actually do?

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Subject: Biology Objectives


At the end of the lesson the students will be able to : i). Illustrate how asexual reproduction result in the production of genetically identical offspring. ii).describe one named, commercially important application of asexual reproduction in plants;

Reader: IX C

Topic: Asexual reproduction Time 5 mins

week: 1st Resources Flip chart showing the


diagrammatic al picture asexual reproduction of genetically identical offspring

Date: ________________________ Assessment Students will be assessed on their ability to :


Orally i). Illustrate how asexual reproduction result in the production of genetically identical offspring. and ii).describe one named commercially important application of asexual reproduction in plants.

Methodology Recap: orally the reasons how mitosis cell division could be responsible for giving rise to genetically identical cells, growth, repair of damaged tissues, replacement of worn out cells and asexual reproduction will be revised. Teachers exposition:

Through diagrammatical picture asexual 18 reproduction of genetically identical offspring mins from One parent and one named commercially important application of asexual reproduction in plants will de described.

Query /Random feed back: students will be allowed to ask topic related question. OR they will orally

15 mins

Illustrate how asexual reproduction result in the production of genetically identical offspring. And describe one named commercially important application of asexual reproduction 2mins in plants.

Wrap up: Lesson will be summarized by student. Evaluation of students learning: What did the children learn in this lesson?

Evaluation of teaching: What went well? How do you know?

What did they actually do?

What went wrong? How will you fix it?

Subject: Biology Objectives At the end of the lesson the students will be able to : i) define meiosis
ii) State that gametes are the result of meiosis. iii). Identify the stages of meiosis.

Reader: XI C

Topic: Sexual reproduction Time 5 mins

week: 1st Resources

Date: _________________________ Assessment Students will be assessed on their ability to : i)


Define orally the meiosis.

Methodology Recap: Orally Illustrate how asexual


reproduction result in the production of genetically identical offspring. Teachers exposition: i) meiosis as a reduction division in which the chromosome number is halved from diploid to haploid; ii) gametes are the result of meiosis (reduction division);

15 mins

Worksheet on meiotic cell division

Complete the worksheet by identifying the phases and answering the questions about meiotic cell division.

Query: students will be allowed to ask topic related question. Written task:
Complete the given worksheet identifying the phases and answer the questions about meiotic cell division. .

4mins 8mins 2mins 1min Evaluation of teaching: What went well? How do you know?

Wrap up: Lesson will be summarized by student. H.W; describe sexual reproduction as the process of
producing genetically dissimilar offspring;

Evaluation of students learning: What did the children learn in this lesson?

What did they actually do?

What went wrong? How will you fix it?

Beaconhouse School System Juniper Campus Quetta.


Worksheet for Phases of Meiosis

Name: _______________________

Class:_________

Phases of Meiosis
Name of Phase 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Description Homologous chromosomes pair up and form tetrad Spindle fibers move homologous chromosomes to opposite sides Nuclear membrane reforms, cytoplasm divides, 4 daughter cells formed Chromosomes line up along equator, not in homologous pairs Crossing-over occurs Chromatids separate Homologs line up alone equator Cytoplasm divides, 2 daughter cells are formed

Answer the questions in the spaces provided.


1. Define diploid and haploid and list their symbols.

2. What are gametes? Be certain to include the names of the male and female gametes produced by plants and animals.

3. Explain why meiosis is sometimes called reduction division.

4. Why is meiosis important in sexual reproduction?

5. State how gametes are the result of meiosis?

Phases of Meiosis - KEY


Name of Phase 1. Prophase I 2. Anaphase I Description Homologous chromosomes pair up and form tetrad Spindle fibers move homologous chromosomes to opposite sides Nuclear membrane reforms, cytoplasm divides, 4 daughter cells formed Chromosomes line up along equator, not in homologous pairs Crossing-over occurs Chromatids separate Homologs line up alone equator Cytoplasm divides, 2 daughter cells are formed

3. Telophase II

4. Metaphase II 5. Prophase I 6. Anaphase II 7. Metaphase I 8. Telophase I

Subject: Biology Objectives At the end of the lesson the students will be able to : i). Identify and
draw the sepals, petals, stamens and carpels of one, locally available, named, insectpollinated, dicotyledonous flower, and examine the pollen grains under a light microscope.

Reader: XI C

Topic: Sexual Reproduction Time 5mins

week: 1st Resources

Date: _________________________ Assessment Students will be assessed on their ability to : Identify and draw the sepals, petals, stamens and carpels of one, locally available, named, insectpollinated, dicotyledonous flower, and examine the pollen grains under a light microscope.

Methodology Reproduction: describe sexual reproduction as the


process of producing genetically dissimilar offspring.

Group work: students in a group of 4 members will examine the insect-pollinated, dicotyledonous flower and examine the pollen grains under a light microscope. Teachers assistance will be provided side by side t the students. Written task: Draw the sepals, petals, stamens and carpels of one, locally available, named, insect-pollinated, dicotyledonous flower. Wrap up: Lesson will be summarized by the student.

15min s 5mins

Microscope insectpollinated, dicotyledonou s flower

10min s

2mins

Evaluation of students learning: What did the children learn in this lesson?

Evaluation of teaching: What went well? How do you know?

What did they actually do?

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