Living Things. Created by Kathryn Somma and Arlene Goubourne. Ed 7204: Pedagogy and Curriculum Fall 2011 Dr. O’Connor Petruso. Table of Contents. Lesson #2 Plant Parts. Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences Visual – Spatial – Think in terms of physical space
Created by Kathryn Somma
and Arlene Goubourne
Ed 7204: Pedagogy and Curriculum Fall 2011
Dr. O’Connor Petruso
Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences
Visual – Spatial – Think in terms of physical space
Interpersonal – Understanding Interacting with others
Remembering - can the student recall or remember the information
Analyzing - can the student distinguish between the different parts
To locate parts of a plant.
To be able to describe the functions of plant parts
Children will have a group discussion about plants, what they look like, what they need to grow etc…
Teacher will chart on a graphic organizer important information as it it mentioned.
Students will form groups and use work sheets to label plant parts and functions.
Follow up activity will be a scavenger Hunt
For a follow up activity, students will be asked to complete a scavenger hunt using web sites.
Scavenger Hunt Questions
What are some plants that are not helpful to people?
What plant part makes the most of the food the plant needs to live?
What substance in the leaves of a plant soaks up light during photosynthesis?
What is a root?
What are three parts of a seed?
What are three functions of a root?
What does a plant need?
What do leaves do?
How do plants make food?
What is the function of each part of a leaf?
Remembering- Can the student recall or remember the information
Understanding – Can the student explain ideas or concepts
Applying – Can the student use the information in a new wayLesson #4 Plant Growth and ReproductionHow does a plant grow
Gardner’s Multiple Intelligence
Interpersonal – Understanding, interacting with others
Linguistic – Using words effectively
Visual – Think in terms of physical space