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Key notes
Key notes

  • The students PowerPoint has blanks in it.

  • These blanks are answered in the notes section of every slide (only the user can see).

  • You can fill your students in on the information as you lecture so you know that they are engaged.

  • Activity for the last slide is here: (CLF314)

    http://calaged.csuchico.edu/resourcefiles/curriculum/RevisedBasicCoreCurriculum/rcore.htm


Classification of plants by life cycles

Classification of plants by life cycles

www.kcet.org

Lori Sanborn- AgEd 410 Spring 2013


Objectives for today
Objectives for Today:

  • Learning outcome (A-3)

  • Learn the classifications of plants as annuals, biennials or perennials.



Knowing your annuals
Knowing your Annuals

Click here for video

Annual herb: Basil

http://www.bhg.com/gardening/plant-dictionary/herb/basil/


Definition of an annual
Definition of an annual

  • Plants that complete their life cycle in less than ____ _____.

  • These plants must be planted again.

  • Example:

    Pansies

www.angelfire.com


Thinking time
Thinking time!!!!

  • Write down on a piece of paper

  • 3 annuals that you have seen in this area.

    Marigolds Snap Dragons

http://urbanext.illinois.edu/annuals/directory_detail.cfm?PlantID=768&page=1

www.jlcoutdoors.com


Definition of a biennial
Definition of a biennial

  • Plants which complete their cycle in less than___ years but more than 1year.

  • The first year is for storing energy.

  • The second year is for the reproductive phase.

  • Example:

    Foxglove

www.123rf.com


Definition of a perennial
Definition of a perennial

  • Plants that continue to grow for more than two years.

  • Plants that continue to develop their ________ during and after the reproductive phase.

  • Examples:

    Alstroemeria

http://www.sunset.com/garden/flowers-plants/best-perennials-fall-planting-00400000055723/


Thinking time1
Thinking time!!!!

How can you use this knowledge?

One example each…

  • How can you use this knowledge today?

  • How can some people use this knowledge in their job?

  • How can you use this knowledge in the future?


Activity time
Activity Time

  • Worksheet attached to back of handout:

    SUPPLEMENTAL WORKSHEET#1

    PLANT CLASSIFICATION

    ANNUAL, BIENNIAL AND PERENNIALS

    COMMON NAME | SCIENTIFIC NAME | CLASSIFICATION

  • Look in the Sunset Western Garden book for:

    Iris, Alstroemeria, Hydrangea, Pittosporum, Gerbera Daisy, Sunflower, Rose, and Redwood.


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