SQ2_LC3_D2_Solidum School logo Schoo l: Grade Level:___________ ________ Teacher : ____________ Learning Area:__________________ Teaching Date and Time :_________________ Quarter Lesson #: ______________ SEMI-DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN GRADE VI Content Standard: The learners demonstrate understanding of how non - flowering plants reproduce. Performance Standard: The learners should be able to make a flyer on how plants can be propagated vegetatively. Learning Competency: Distinguish how spore- bearing and cone-bearing plants reproduce ( S6LT-IIg-h-4 ) I. OBJECTIVE At the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to: 1. discuss how cone-bearing plants reproduce. 2. illustrate a diagram on how cone-bearing plants reproduce. 3. show appreciation on the structure of each part of cone-bearing plants. II. CONTENT a. Subject Matter: How cone-bearing plants reproduce? b. Science Concepts/Ideas: Cone-bearing plants are a group of seed-producing plants. Their seeds develop on the surface of scales or leaves, often modified to form cones, or at the end of short stalks. III. LEARNING RESOURCES: A. References: Curriculum Guide, S6LT-Ii-g-4 (Pine)LifeCycle B. Processing Skills: Describing, identifying, observing C. Values Integration: Appreciation and caring with God creation. IV. PROCEDURES: A. Before the Lesson 1.Engagea.ReviewShow different examples of cone-bearing plants. Let the pupils describe its characteristics.
SQ2_LC3_D2_Solidum b. Motivation Present a video clip. Say: Let’s widen our knowledge through presentation about the reproduction of cone-bearing plants. How does non-flowering plant like cone-bearing plants reproduce? B. During the Lesson 1. Explore a. Group Activity 1. Setting of standards/ Giving of direction. 2. Refer to LM Activity _: Lesson_ “How cone-bearing plants reproduce?” 3. Give the pupils 5-10 minutes to do the task. 4. Instruct the pupils to answer the guide questions. Encourage them to answer in complete sentence. 5. Allow the pupils to discuss their collected data within the group. 6. Instruct them to write their observations on manila paper.
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