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Chapter -8
How do organisms reproduce?
General objectives:
1.
in our day to day life.
2.
3.
4.
making attitude.
Curriculum
Expectation
To develop the
concept
of
reproduction
To interpret the impact of various phenomena
To inculcate the spirit of inquiry.
To inculcate peer group learning.
To promote problem solving and decision
Pedagogical Processes
 Teacher motivates the students to respond
to the questions like why do organisms
reproduce, do two different organisms
belongs to the same species, do the
reproducing
organisms
create
new
individuals that look like themselves.
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6osswx
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 Group discussion on the basic events in
reproduction and importance of DNA copying
with the help of animations/PPT/Diagrams.
 Discussion on importance of variation for species
and not for individuals with the help of
animations/PPT/Diagrams.
Learning Indicators
 Student describes the
concept
of
reproduction.
 Explains
importance
copying.
of
 Describes
importance
variation
in
evolution
of
species.
the
DNA
the
of
the
new
To develop the
concept
of
Asexual
reproduction
 Students are divided in two groups and asked to
collect the information from their surroundings
about the modes of reproduction in different
organisms and further classify them into sexual
and asexual reproduction.
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TxxUxTLyYPA
 Perform activities to show various modes of
asexual reproduction.
To develop the
concept
of
Sexual
reproduction
 Group discussion on the role of two
individuals of opposite sex, significance of
sexual reproduction by citing examples from
day to day life.
 Student
explains
different modes of
reproduction
i.e.
fission, fragmentation,
regeneration, budding,
vegetative propagation
and spore formation.
 Knows
how
two
individuals create new
individual and allows
variation.
 Group discussion on DNA copying mechanism
and its role in variation.
Sexual
reproduction in
flowering plants
 Students are divided into groups and asked
to collect the flowers and identify different
parts, separate them as unisexual and
bisexual.
 Group discussion on the Sexual reproduction
in flowering plants with the help of
animations/PPT/Diagrams.
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1OFF2qY
vLag#
 Identifies
unisexual
and bisexual flowers.
 Identifies reproductive
organs in flower.
 Explains
different
modes of pollination.
 Describes the process
of germination of
seeds.
 www.youtube.com/watch?v=CkBNEM2mD30
Reproduction in
human beings
 Group discussion on reproduction in human
beings
with
the
help
of
animations/PPT/Diagrams.
 Group discussion on the male and female
reproduction systems with the help of
 Student
explains
structure
and
functioning of male
and
female
reproduction systems.
 Describes the changes
animations/PPT/Diagrams.
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N66sAZH
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 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5LQqC_Z
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 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xFpVy9O
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 Teacher motivates the students to respond
to the situations like the physical, emotional
and social changes during adolescence
period.
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TRyOcLSJ
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 Group discussion on reproductive health with
the help of animations/PPT/Diagrams.
during adolescence.
 Explain what happens
if the egg is not
fertilized.
 Explains different kinds
of
contraceptive
devices
for
reproductive health.
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