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LESSON PLAN IN SCIENCE

GRADE III-V
I. Objectives:
At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
a. Label the parts of the female Reproductive System
b. Identify the terms
II. Subject Matter:
a. Topic:
Female Reproductive System
b. Materials: computer, projector and speaker/chart,
c. References:
d. Science Concept:
- The main organs of the Female Reproductive System are ovaries, fallopian
tube, uterus, cervix and vagina.
- Ovulation is the process of releasing eggs or ova from the ovaries.
- Fertilization is the union of the egg and sperm in the fallopian tube.
- Menstruation is the monthly process of discharging blood and unfertilized
egg from the uterus/womb.
e. Science Processes: Identifying, Labelling
f. Value: Taking care of oneself especially the reproductive organ
III. Learning Procedure:
A. Pre-activity:
1. Review & Motivation
The class recalls their lesson about the changes undergone by boys and
girls during puberty.
The teacher/s instructs their pupils to place the strips on the appropriate
columns.
MALE
FEMALE

WET DREAMS
CHANGE OF VOICE
GROWTH OF PUBIC HAIRS
MESTRUATION

BROADENING OF SHOULDER &


HIPS
ENLARGEMENT OF BREAST

B. Lesson Proper
1. Presentation
Using the PowerPoint presentation, the teacher/s discuss about the parts
of the female reproductive system as well as the processes that takes
place in the system.
2. Discussion
What are the parts of the Female Reproductive System?
What do we call the monthly process of discharging blood and unfertilized
egg from the uterus/womb of females?
What should a girl do and should not do during her menstruation?
What is the term that refers to the union of a sperm and an egg cell?
3. Generalization
IV. Evaluation:

A. Label the parts of the Female Reproductive System.

B. Arrange the scrambled letters to form the word being asked.


1. V U L O T I N O A (OVULATION)
The process when a fully-developed egg is released from either of
the ovaries
2. B R E T U Y P (PUBERTY)
The state of physical development marking the beginning of
adolescence
3. N M S E A R T O T I N O (MENSTRUATION)
The process of which the unfertilized egg together with blood comes
out through the birth canal or vagina
4. A R C E H E M N (MENARCHE)
The first menstruation among girls
5. O P E A N A S U M E (MENOPAUSE)

The stage of life when a woman stops having menstrual periods


6. S Y R M E N O H E A R D (DYSMENORRHEA0
The cramps or pain and some discomfort in the lower back and
abdomen experienced by some girls during their menstruation
7. P U L A T I C N O T O (COPULATION)
Another word for sexual intercourse by which millions of sperms are
deposited into the vagina
8. M A E G T E S (GAMETES)
The reproductive cells produced and secreted by reproductive
organs, sperm from male and egg from female
9. E R T F I L I A I O T N Z (FERTILIZATION)
The union of egg and sperm that takes place in the fallopian tube
10.
Y O G E Z T (ZYGOTE)
The word for the fertilized egg which will undergo division and
development

V. Assignment: