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A Brief Lesson Plan
ObjectivesAt the end of the lesson the students are expected to
1.know the meaning of biology
2.identify the different pioneers of biology
3.classify the different branches of biology
4.realize the importance of biology
Title:The Study of Biology: A Life Science
Reference : Biology p.18-36 by Carmelita M. Capco
Pictures regarding the subject matter Visual Aid
IV. Lesson Proper/Procedures
A.3.Checking of Attendance
B.Review of the Past Lesson
-I will show you a picture and then try to know on what branch of biology it belongs .D.Presentation of the Lesson
-Here is a visual aid regarding our subject matter.-Follow me as I read it. E.DiscussionQuestions for Discussion:-What is biology?- What are the different branches of biology
-Appreciate the study of biology-Be open-minded Show sensitivity to modern biological issues G.Activity
-Form a small group. Construct a diagram which will establish thecorrelation among the different branches of biology. V. Evaluation
1.What is the study of parts of structure of organisms?
2.What is the study of the structures and functions of cells?
3.What is the study of tissues?
4.What is the study of the environment and the interrelationship of organisms in it?
5.What is the study of heredity, or how an organism’s characteristic aretransmitted from parents to offspring?
6.What is the study of fossils of living things and their distribution?
7.What is the study of microorganisms?
8.What is the study of bacteria?
9.What is the study of viruses?
10.What is the study of fishes?
In ½ sheet of pad paper give and describe the characteristics thatdistinguish living things from non living things