In this post, you will get a science lesson plan for peer teaching and practicing teaching in B.Ed. course. The topic of this science lesson plan is Plant Tissues. You will also get the PDF on this lesson plan. The lesson plan is for a complete class.
Science Lesson Plan on Plant Tissues (Class 9) For B.Ed.
Making a lesson plan takes a lot of time. You will need to read and analyze the whole chapter before making a lesson plan for any subject. So, it creates difficulties for making a lesson plan for daily classes.
For peer teaching and practice teaching in your B.Ed. course, you will need to make lesson plans for each class. Here I am giving you a science lesson plan on Plant Tissues for the teaching of science. You will be able to use this lesson plan for teaching practices in your B.Ed. course.
This topic is taken from the class 9 Science NCERT book from the chapter Tissues. Hence, this lesson plan on plant tissue will be very helpful for teaching science in class 9. I have made this lesson plan for a 40 min class but you adjust the timing based on your requirement.
Topic: Plant Tissues (Class: 9, Chapter: 6)
Identification of Data:
No. of Students: Average
Time: 40 min
|Subject: Science |
Topic: Plant Tissues
General objectives are given in the previous lesson plan on Plants.
- (i) The students will be able to define the term tissue.
- (ii) The students will be able to name the types of plant tissue.
- (iii) The students will be able to name the types of permanent tissue.
- (i) The students will be able to identify the different meristematic tissue according to their location.
- (ii) The students will be able to explain the concept of permanent tissue.
- (ii) The students will be able to differentiate between permanent tissue and meristematic tissue.
- (i) The students will be able to explain the process of conversion of meristematic tissue into permanent tissue.
- (i) Pupils will be able to draw a diagram showing the location of meristematic tissue in the plant body.
- 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 – |
1. What is the basic structural unit of organisms?
2. Do plants and animals have the same structure?
3. Do they perform similar functions?
|The pupils will turn on their videos and greet the teacher. |
Pupils will try to give answers.
Announcement of the Topic:
After getting the expected responses the teacher will say that – there is a noticeable difference between plants and animals. Plants are stationary but animals are not. Plants must be upright; they have a large quantity of supportive tissue. So, to study the functions of plants we must learn about tissue. The teacher will announce the topic and write it down on the blackboard.
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. Homework: |
Q1. Draw a diagram to show the location of meristematic tissue in the plant body.
Q2. Explain different types of plant tissues.
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.
B.Ed. Lesson Plan PDF | Topic: Plant Tissues, Class 9
By using the above format of the above lesson plan on plant tissues you will be able to make as much as lesson plan you want. However, If you wish to change on your own, you can do it. Otherwise, you can use this lesson plan for peer teaching in your B.Rd. Course.
For your better understanding, I have attached the PDf version of this lesson plan in this post. This PDF has a total of 6 pages in it. By clicking the up and down arrow on the toolbar you can see the next pages.Science-LESSON-PLAN-5
Please note that the format of this science lesson plan may or may not be similar to the format used in your B.Ed. college or teacher training institution. So, If there need any change in the format you are free to do it.
But the general way of making a plan is the same. There may be only a difference in arranging the content. So, you will be able to use the context of this lesson plan on plant tissues in a different format.