Lesson plan on cell growth and reproduction

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Lesson plan on cell growth and reproduction

  1. 1. Lesson Plan in Science<br />Biology<br /><ul><li>Objectives</li></ul>Within the class period, the students with 75% accuracy, are expected to:<br /><ul><li>Identify the different types of cells.
  2. 2. Compare Mitosis and Meiosis.
  3. 3. Trace the formation of sperm cells and egg cells.
  4. 4. Appreciate the significance of cell division in biological reproduction.
  5. 5. Subject Matter</li></ul>Content: Cellular Growth and Reproduction<br />Topics: 1. Definition of DNA replication<br /> 2. Types of Cells<br /> 3. Stages of Cell Division<br /> 4. Process of Mitosis<br /> 5. Process of Meiosis<br /> 6. Two types of Gametogenesis<br />Skills: Inferring Relationships, recalling information, understanding facts, rational thinking, and tracing events.<br />Attitudes: Self care, promotion of health<br />Values: Appreciation of life, preservation of health, caring<br /><ul><li>Instructional Materials
  6. 6. Laptop
  7. 7. LCD projector
  8. 8. PowerPoint Presentation
  9. 9. Speakers
  10. 10. Strategy (Inductive Method)
  11. 11. Preparation
  12. 12. Appreciation
  13. 13. In what biological event or creature do we commonly hear the following terms: DNA, Helix, chromatids, histones, chromosomes, nucleusomes, and chromatin.
  14. 14. Review the parts of a cell.
  15. 15. Motivation
  16. 16. (Show a video presentation “Mysteries of Life: Cellular Reproduction”)
  17. 17. Statement of aims
  18. 18. So, what was the video all about?
  19. 19. The different kinds of cells
  20. 20. The process of cell division
  21. 21. Presentation
  22. 22. Study the concepts below and answer the following guide questions.
  23. 23. Cells: _______ Parts of cells
  24. 24. _______ Classifications of Cells
  25. 25. _______ Limits to cell growth
  26. 26. _______ Cells of the human body
  27. 27. Guide Questions
  28. 28. Explain the limits of cell growth.
  29. 29. Why do cells divide?
  30. 30. Distinguish haploid and diploid cells.
  31. 31. Distinguish somatic and reproductive cells.
  32. 32. Define Karyokinesis and Cytokinesis
  33. 33. Define mitosis. Why is it important?
  34. 34. What are the stages of mitosis?
  35. 35. What body cells are involved in mitotic process?
  36. 36. When is the process of mitosis faster? Slower?
  37. 37. Define Meiosis. How is it different from mitosis?
  38. 38. How many cells are formed after the first cell division? After the 2nd cell division?
  39. 39. What is gametogenesis?
  40. 40. Compare and contrast spermatogenesis ad oogenesis.
  41. 41. Comparison and Abstraction
  42. 42. Compare and contrast the following:
  43. 43. Somatic and Germ Cells
  44. 44. Haploid and diploid cells
  45. 45. Karyogenesis and cytokenesis
  46. 46. Mitosis and Meiosis
  47. 47. Spermatogenesis and oogenesis
  48. 48. Generalization
  49. 49. So, what do you call the process when an organism divides its kind?
  50. 50. What do you think will happen if an error will occur within the stages of cell division?
  51. 51. What do you think will happen if cells would not be able to divide itself?
  52. 52. I learned that statement technique:
  53. 53. I learned that. . .
  54. 54. I realized that. . .
  55. 55. I wonder that. . .
  56. 56. Application
  57. 57. What life events do cellular reproduction indicates its importance?
  58. 58. Sample answers: wound healing, Fertilization and fetal growth, hair growth. . .
  59. 59. How can you help maintain health of your body cells?
  60. 60. What could be signs of abnormal cell growth in the body?
  61. 61. Evaluation
  62. 62. (Administer the prepared activities in Cell Growth and Reproduction)
  63. 63. Assignments
  64. 64. In a clean sheet of paper:1. Research for articles or writings of events depicting abnormal cell growth.</li></ul>2. Write an essay about the relationship of cellular growth and reproduction to abortion. Include a 1 paragraph reaction about your stand on abortion issue.<br />

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