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Generation IGrandparents on your father and mother side.Generation IIYour parentsGeneration IVYou and your siblingsEvaluateActivity: Lesson 5A-3For Pre-Service Teachers1.Make a photo essay showing how living things pass from one generation toanother their observable characteristics through reproduction. You may chooseplants, animals or humans as your subjects in the picture.2. Why do you have traits that are similar to that of your parentsFor Grade 3 LearnersA. Match the plant when how it produces its young and connect with a line:1. Potatobulb2. Sugarcanerhizome3. Gingerstem4. Sweet potatorunner5. OniontuberSeedB. Which of the following is inherited? Write YES for inherited and NO if not:1. Color of skin___YES___.2. Cough____NO___.3. Eye color____YES__.4. Height____YES__.5. Dengue fever_____NO__.ExploreActivity: Lesson 5B-1Activity 1:Human Fertilization and Development
Problem: What are the changes happen as an individual pass through differentstages of development?Stage 1– Infancy: Trust Vs. MistrustStage 2– Toodlerhood: Autonomy Vs. Shame & DoubtStage 3– Pre-school Years: Initiative Vs. GuiltStage 4– Early school Years: Industry Vs. InferiorityStage 5– Adolescence: Identity Vs. Role ConfusionStage 6– Young Adulthood: Intimacy Vs. IsolationStage 7– Middle Adulthood: Generativity Vs. StagnationStage 8– Late Adulthood: Integrity Vs. DespairActivity: Lesson 5B-2Activity 2:Life cycles in Animals: Mosquito, Butterfly and FrogProblem:What are the stages in life cycle of (a) mosquito, (b) butterfly, and (c)frog? What changes happen in each stage of the life cycle of these animals?Mosquito life cycleAll mosquito species go through four distinct stages during their life cycle:Egg - hatches when exposed to water.Larva - (plural: larvae) "wriggler" lives in water; molts several times; mostspecies surface to breathe air.Pupa - (plural: pupae) "tumbler" does not feed; stage just before emerging asadult.Adult - flies short time after emerging and after its body parts have hardened.BUTTERFLYThese are four stages in the metamorphosis of butterflies and moths: egg, larva,pupa, and adult.Egg. Eggs are laid on plants by the adult female butterfly. ...Caterpillar: The Feeding Stage. The next stage is the larva. ...Pupa: The Transition Stage. ...Adult: The Reproductive Stage.Frog life cycle
these are the Four Stages of the Life Cycle of a FrogStage 1. EggStage 2. TadpoleStage 3. FrogletStage 4. Adult FrogWhat to do:1. Study the life cycles of selected animals shown below and answer thefollowing:What are the stages in the life cycle of a butterfly? Describe each stage.Butterfliesand moths have four stages oflife: egg, larva (thecaterpillar stage), pupa (the chrysalis phase inabutterfly'sdevelopment), and adult. It takes aMonarchbutterflyjust 28 to 32 days to complete itslife cycle.Mosquitoes and butterflies are insects. What are the differences in the inlife cycle of both? Bood cloud to boala tontor.

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