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This presentation is catered for grade 3 pupils of high ability. It aims to teach about the kingdom of fungi.

This presentation is catered for grade 3 pupils of high ability. It aims to teach about the kingdom of fungi.

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  • Get pupils to talk about the picture. Where do the smurfs live in? (Toad stools). What are they? (mushrooms) They fall under this broad category called fungi. Mushroom is the most common fungi and that’s what we are going to learn more about today.
  • Let’s watch this video to learn more about fungi. Do you think fungi are plants? Keep this question in mind when we do the individual and group activity. I will ask you all again once you are done with the activities.
  • Remind pupils to be careful with magnifying glass as it is fragile. Pupils will bear the cost if they break it.
  • To be pasted in your science journals at the end of the lesson.
  • Based on your observations, you will now get into your groups for a discussion.
  • All your sweets will be returned to you tomorrow if all of you cooperate well today.
  • Draw these tables in your butcher paper for the groups assigned this, discuss with your group mates and complete the table. At least 1 point per question. You may draw pictures to show the differences and similarities. No need to take notes as I will be displaying the tables when you start on your group work.
  • Draw these tables in your butcher paper for the groups assigned this, discuss with your group mates and complete the table. At least 1 point per question. You may draw pictures to show the differences and similarities.
  • Draw these tables in your butcher paper for the groups assigned this, discuss with your group mates and complete the table. At least 1 point per question. You may draw pictures to show the differences and similarities.
  • Just a reminder for all the groups. Writers draw the tables your group is assigned and you may begin your discussion. I will show this slide again during the group discussion. You have another 10 min for this.
  • From your discussion, is fungi a plant? Remember this flow chart, today we are looking at fungi
  • This is the underside of a mushroom and if you look closely the white specks in between the gills are your spores. You will be getting a copy of this when we do our activity book.
  • We don’t eat all mushrooms. Some wild ones are poisonous like toadstool. I want you all to go to Edmodo and share with me and the class examples of edible mushrooms and the non-edible ones.
  • I have uploaded a video on Edmodo for you to watch on how to make a yeast bread.
  • We are going to watch a video on what yeast likes to eat. Ask pupils after watching the video, what did you learnt about yeast and what is yeast favourite food?

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  • 1. FUNGI PLANT GROWTH
  • 2. DIVERSITY Fungi
  • 3. TODAY’S LEARNING OUTCOMES Recognise that fungi is a kingdom of its own Observe a mushroom and list its characteristics Identify and list examples of fungi
  • 4. INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY 10 minutes You will need a mushroom and a magnifying glass To observe the mushroom and record down your observations in the recording slip Recording slip to be pasted in science journals
  • 5. EXAMPLE OF RECORDING SHEETName: _________________________ Date:__________Class: Primary 3E My observations on the Mushroom Sense Observations Touch • It feels rubbery and soft. Sight • It is dark brown and light brown in colour.  Smell • It smells pungent .
  • 6. YOU HAVE 10 MINUTES!! Stop watch
  • 7. GROUP DISCUSSIONNumber 3 will collect back all the magnifying glassesMushrooms will be collected by student representative.Get into your groups10 minutes for this discussion
  • 8. TODAY’S ROLES Number 3: Collect materials Number 6 & 7: Writer Number 1 & 5: Presenter Number 2 & 4: Noise controllers 1000 points will be awardedfor the most cooperative groups!! 1000 points will be deductedfor misbehaving groups!!
  • 9. GROUP DISCUSSION FOR GROUPS 1 AND 2 Plant MushroomHow are they • • • •different?
  • 10. GROUP DISCUSSION FOR GROUPS 3 AND 4 Plant and MushroomHow are they •similar? •
  • 11. GROUP DISCUSSION FOR GROUPS 5 AND 6 Animal MushroomHow are they • •different? • •
  • 12. Group 1 and 2 Plant MushroomHow are they • • • •different?Group 3 and 4 Plant and MushroomHow are they •similar? •Group 5 and 6 Animal MushroomHow are they • •different? • •
  • 13. YOU HAVE 10 MINUTES!! Stop watch
  • 14. FUNGI Not plants or animals Belong to a group of living things
  • 15. FUNGI Do not have seeds Reproduce by spores
  • 16. WHAT FUNGI DOES?Breaks down dead and decaying plant and animal matter before it is absorbed
  • 17. COMMON FUNGI: MUSHROOMOyster mushroom Shiitake mushroom Button mushroom Puffball mushroom Toadstool mushroom
  • 18. MORE EXAMPLES OF FUNGIBracket fungus Bread mould Chinese fungus Yeast Yeast in bread
  • 19. WHAT DO YEAST LIKE TO EAT?
  • 20. PARTS OF A MUSHROOM Cap Gills Spores Stalk
  • 21. SCIENCE JOURNALSDraw and label the mushroomWhat a fungi does?Examples of fungi LET’S DOActivity 16Log on Edmodo for videos and to share with the class examples of poisonous and non-poisonous mushrooms.