A Detailed Lesson Plan

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I. Objectives
At the end of the lesson the students should be able to:
1. Identify the different parts of a green plant like roots, stems, and leaves. 2. Describe how things feel and appear.
3. Draw or paint a picture inspired by green plants
4. Demonstrate how to take care of plants

II. Subject Matter

Subject: Science
Grade Level: 1
Lesson 1: Looking at Green Plants

III. Materials
* A large pot plant
* A number of different kinds of pot plants for each group * Illustration of variety of green plants
* Old Newspapers

IV. Procedure
A. Pre-ActivitiesSinging of the National Anthem
Opening Prayer
Checking of Attendance
B. Review of the past lesson
C. MotivationVocabulary game (root, stem, leaves)
D. Lesson Proper
Teacher’s Activity| Student’s Activities|
“Good Morning Class!”“Let us pray first...”(Checking of Attendance)“Say present as I call your name…”“Please pick up the pieces of papers on the floor and arrange your chairs.”“Our Lesson for today is all about green plants.”(The teacher will Show the class a large pot plant with an obvious stem and many green leaves. She will use it as a focus to ask the class about green plants.)Q: (pointing to the whole plant) What is this? (establish that it is a plant and not aFlower which is a part of a plant) Can you describe it?Q (pointing to a leaf) What is this part? Can you describe it?Q (pointing to the stem) What is this part? Can you describe it?Q What else can you see? (plant may have flowers or fruits)Q Does the plant have any parts that you cannot see (students may know thatplants have other structures at other times that are not present on the specimenshown as well as knowing that plants have roots in the soil)“Very Good Kids! All your answers are correct”(The Teacher will now remove the plant from the pot to reveal the roots.)Q (pointing to the roots) What is this part? Can you describe...
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