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Lesson Plan in Nat Sci animal and plant cell

Lesson Plan in Nat Sci. II – Biology
I. Objectives:
At the end of the discussion, the students will be able to:
1. Identify the parts and functions of the animal and plant cells.
2. Relate the importance of each part of the cell in our daily lives.
3. Label the parts of the animal and plant cells.
II. Subject Matter: Plant and Animal Cell
Plant Cell | Structure, Parts of Plant Cell | Biology@TutorVista.com
Plant Cell Anatomy - EnchantedLearning.com
Plant Cells: Crash Course Biology #6 - YouTube
Power point presentation, laptop, projector, manila paper, colored paper, pentel pen
Reading Science: Scientists grow miniature human stomachs from stem cells
Miniature stomachs – gastric organoids – will help in study of ulcers and could be used in future to
repair patients’ stomachs
Science Trivia: Did you know that CHLOROPHYLL resembles our red blood cells, known as HEMOGLOBIN,
which gives the pigment and oxygen-carrying capacities?
Science Concepts: The parts that are present only in plant cell are the Chloroplast, Cell wall; on the other
hand, Centriole is a part of the animal cell which is not present in the plant cell.
Science Processes: Observing, Identifying, Differentiating
III. Procedure:
A. Developmental Activities
 Routine:
Students will sit down
Review: what was our lesson last meeting?
B. Motivation: (Hands on)
 Jumbled Letters
The students will be grouped into two (2) and will be given jumbled letters. They will arrange the
letters to make a word and define it or give a brief background about the hidden word.
C. Discussion: (Minds on)
The teacher will post the definition of each part of the animal and plant cells and show pictures
of each part with the use of slideshow.
 Based on the definition of each part of the animal and plant cell, in your own words, what is the
function of:
 Cell Membrane
 Cell Wall
 Nucleolus
 Mitochondria
 Chloroplast
 Centriole?
 What physical characteristics differentiate the animal cell from the plant cell?
 What part/s of the animal cell that is not present in the plant cell?
 What part/s of the plant cell that is not present in the animal cell?
 What part of the plant cell is the reason why plants are mostly hard (e.g. woods, branches)
D. Generalization:
To sum up our lesson, what is the difference between the animal and plant cell?
The difference between the physical structure of the animal and plant cell are the cell wall, and
chloroplast that is only present in the plant cell and the Centriole which is only found in the animal cell,
and the plant cell is mostly rectangular in shape and the animal cell is mostly circular. The size of the
Vacuole is bigger in the plant cell than the animal cell.
E. Application:
Group Activity: Presentation
With the same grouping, each group will be given different tasks. The first group will answer
questions that will be provided and they will write it on the manila paper. The second group will draw a
Venn diagram and determine the similarities and differences of the animal and plant cell.
Rubrics: 3 is the lowest and 15 to be the highest
Correctness – 1-5
Teamwork – 1-5
Neatness – 1-5
5- There is no error in the
5- All the members participated
4- 2-3 members did not
4- There is one error in the
3- 4-6 members did not
3- There are 2-3 errors.
2- There are 4-6 errors.
2- Only 3-4 members
1- No correct answer.
1- Only one member
5- Legible and no erasures
4- Legible w/ 1-2 erasures
3- Legible w/ 3-6 erasures
2- Slightly illegible w/ 1-2
1- illegible w/ 3-6 erasures
F. Valuing: (Hearts on)
1. Importance of each part of a cell, which each of them plays a vital role in the cell processes
and the whole cell cannot function without one of them.
IV. Evaluation:
Short quiz: Crossword puzzle. 1-10
V. Assignment:
Review the lesson today.
Prepared by:
Marie Abegail C. de Gracia
In-Campus Demo Practice Teacher