|Life Science||Growth and Development|
|Process Of Science||Explaining 1.5|
CONTENT STANDARD: Life Science
CONTENT TOPIC: Growth and Development
CONCEPT: Traits are passed from parent to offspring.
CONTENT OBJECTIVE: 652H2.00 To understand sexual and asexual reproduction in plants and animals
INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES: The learner will:
TN COMPONENT OF SCIENCE: Process Of Science
BENCHMARKS: Prior knowledge provides a foundation for new learning experiences.
TIME REQUIRED: 30 - 30 minutes
MATERIALS: Reference material for research, pencil, paper
Fission is the simplest form of asexual reproduction. The word fission means splitting in half.
Monitor: What are two kinds of reproduction? (Sexual, asexual)
Monitor: How is a zygote formed? (Sperm and egg join together)
2. What are the two types of reproduction? (Sexual and asexual)
3. How is a zygote formed? (The male cell and female cell join together.)
4. Compare the two types of reproduction. How are the processes alike?
5. Contrast asexual and sexual reproduction. How are they different?
2. Research a species that reproduces sexually.
3. Start a cutting from a house plant and watch for budding, a type of asexual reproduction.)
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