In this post, I have given you a ready-made science lesson plan on Nutrition in Plants for B.Ed. pursuing student. With the help of this lesson plan, you will learn how to make a lesson plan properly for a full class.
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Science Lesson Plan on Nutrition in Plants for B.Ed., D.El.Ed.
Lesson plans are very important for teaching. If you are pursuing B.Ed. or D.El.Ed., it is mandatory to learn how to make a lesson plan. In this post, you will learn to make a lesson plan of science for a 40-45 minutes class.
The topic of this lesson plan is Nutrition in Plants. This topic is taken from the class 7 NCERT science book. So, this lesson plan will be very helpful for class 7 teachers too. Generally, the duration of a period is 40-45 min in every school. So, I have made this lesson plan for a 40-45 min class.
This is just a sample science lesson plan on the topic of Nutrition in plants for B.Ed. and D.El.Ed. pursuing students. After reading this you will be able to make your own lesson plan on any topic of science.
Overview of the lesson plan | Class 7, Science Chapter -1
Before we start our lesson plan, please have a look at the overview of the science lesson plan of Class 7 chapter – 1.
- Topic: Nutrion in Plants
- Class: 7
- Subject: Science
- Time: 40-45 min
Here is a sample of a science lesson plan on nutrition in plants. The teaching point we will cover in this lesson plan are given below –
- Mode of Nutrition in plants:
- a. Autotrophic
- b. Heterotrophic
- Other modes of nutrition in plants
Identification of Data:
No. of Students:
Average Age: 12+
Time: 40 minutes
|Subject: Science |
Topic: Nutrition in Plants
The general objectives of this science lesson plan are similar to the previous lesson plan on Plants.
Specific Objectives (Lesson Plan on Nutrition in Plants):
- (i) Pupils will be able to define autotrophic nutrition.
- (ii) Pupils will be able to mention different modes of nutrition in plants.
- (i) Students will be able to differentiate between autotrophs and heterotrophs.
- (i) Students will be able to explain the process of photosynthesis in plants.
- (ii) Students will be able to identify autotrophs and heterotrophs from a given group of plants.
- (i) The students will be able to draw the diagram showing photosynthesis.
- General teaching aids: Chalk, Black Board, Textbook, Duster etc.
|Steps||Teacher’s Activities||Pupils’ Activities|
|Entering the classroom with a smiling face, the teacher will re-arrange the classroom if necessary. To introduce the day’s lesson, the teacher will ask the following questions – |
(a) What is essential for plants and animals to carry their life process?
(b) What does food provide to our body?
(c) What are essential components that plants need to live?
|The students will welcome the teacher and will try to give the answer. |
The students will try to give answers
Announcement of the Topic:
After getting the expected responses the teacher will say that – All living organisms require food. Plants are the only organisms that can prepare their own food. So, today we shall learn about nutrition in plants. The teacher will announce the topic and write it down on the blackboard.
“NUTRITION IN PLANTS”
The teacher will ask the students to note down the topic.
|Steps||Teacher’s activities||Pupils’ Activities|
| The teacher will consolidate the main points with the students and will write the following question on the blackboard as their homework and will ask the students to note it down. |
Q1. Explain photosynthesis with the help of a diagram?
After the students write, the teacher will clean the board and leave the classroom.
|The students will cooperate with the teacher. |
Students will write down the homework.
I hope this lesson plan will be very helpful for you. The format of this lesson plan might be slightly different from yours. So, please verify before the final submission of this lesson plan in you B.Ed. colleges.