|Lesson: Plants||School: K. Amanzholov|
|Date:||Teacher’s name: Turdakynova Marzhan|
|CLASS: 5 ‘V’||Number present:||absent:|
|Learning objectives(s)||5.L3 understand an increasing range of unsupported basic questions on general and curricular topics
5.S1 provide basic information about themselves and others at sentence level on an increasing range of general topics
5.R2 understand with little support specific information and detail in short, simple texts on a limited range of general and curricular topics
|Lesson objectives||All learners will be able to:
— describe and distinguish plant parts and functions with support;
— read, understand and list all functions with support;
Most learners will be able to
— describe and distinguish plant parts and functions with some support ;
-read, understand and list all functions with some support;
Some learners will be able to:
— describe and distinguish plant parts and functions without support
-read, understand and list all functions without support;
|Assessment criteria||— answer to basic questions
— give basic information about Plants
|Values links||National unity and peace and harmony in our society to teach learners to love their home|
|Cross-curricular||Geography, country study|
|Planned activities (replace the notes below with your planned activities)||Resources|
|Greeting: Good day, dear learners! Nice to meet you
How are you? Thank you, sit down.
Are you ready for today’s lesson?
Who is absent today?
Who is on duty today?
What is the weather like today?
Checking home task.
plant [pla:nt] — өсімдіктер
flower [‘flauə] — гүл
leaf [li:f] (mh. leaves [li:vz]) – жапырақ,жапырақтар
tree [tri:] ағаш
branch [brarntʃ] — бұтақ
bud [bʌd] — бүршік
bush [buʃ] — шыбық
grass [gra:s] — шөп
seed [si:d] — ұрық
root [ru:t] — тамыр
stem [stem] –бұтақ
Match the words with pictures. Strategy “Snowball”
while — reading
Task I Strategy “Group investigation”
Label the parts of the plant.
Plants are the beauty of nature. They look very beautiful and gives us fresh oxygen. There are many types of the plants on the Earth including flowering plants and non-flowering plants. These plants differ in their structure, but the basic structures of these plants are similar. We will discuss the structures of the plants that are produced from the seeds.
Roots are the part of a plant that are buried in the soil. They grow out of the seeds during the germination. Roots perform very important tasks, which include:
· Absorbing the water and the necessary nutrients and sending them to different parts of the plant.
· It provides a good grip to the stem of a plant so that it can stand against the wind.
· Some plants store the food in their roots. Examples of these plants are carrots and potatoes.
Stems are connected with the roots and grow outside the soil. All the parts of the plants are connected to the stems. When a plant is young, its stems are green. But as they grow older, their stems turn their color and become hard. Stem performs functions, which include:
· It provides support to the leaves, flowers, and fruits.
· It carries the water and nutrient absorbed by the roots to all parts of a plant.
· Stems also store food in many plants, like sugar cane.
Buds look like a bump on the stem of a plant. These are the developing shoots, which will become branches of the plant.
Leaves are the important part of the plants, which have green color (not all plants have green colored leaves). They produce the food for the whole plant by the process of photosynthesis. In photosynthesis, plants take the carbon dioxide from the air and light from the Sun to make food. Also, they produce oxygen for us to breathe.
When the plants become mature, they produce flowers (only flowering plants produce flowers). Flowers have beautiful colors with attractive fragrance. They play an important role in the reproduction of the flowering plants. They also make the seeds and the fruits of a plant.
1. What do roots grow out of?
2. What do plants take from the air?
3. What part of the flower absorbs water?
4. What plants store food in the roots?
5. What do plants give people?
1. Arrange all parts of the flower in order and name them.
2. Name the functions of each part.
3. Stick on posters.
— he/she knows functions of each parts
— he/she puts all the parts in order
-know and name the part of the flower
-use topical vocabulary on given task
— put parts to the right place
— name the functions
Differentiation by task
Retell the text “Plants”
Feedback: “My favourite Flower” strategy
— I knew about the plants: for example:
-I have known about the plants:
-I want to know about the plants:
|Differentiation – how do you plan to give more support? How do you plan to challenge the more able learners?||Assessment – how are you planning to check learners’ learning?||Health and safety check|
|More support will be given in the form of speaking prompts, gestures, and additional questions.
Challenge more able students:
answer the questions;
give your own point of view.
| Monitoring students while working in pairs. Can they answer questions?
Strategic use of questions
The “Mosaic” strategy helps teachers identify and correct gaps in knowledge. He gives teachers information about what students understand and can do.
|During the lesson moving activities will be used.Safety rules|
Were the lesson objectives/learning objectives realistic?
Did all the learners achieve the lesson objectives/ learning objectives?
If not, why?
Did my planned differentiation work well? Did I stick to timings?
What changes did I make from my plan and why?
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