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Cell Organelles (Parts of Cell)

science-class-viiiObjectives:To introduce students to the basic components of the cell namely-1) Cell membrane2) Cytoplasm and3) Nucleus          a) Students will learn the functions of those organelles and              realize their importance in a cell.          b) Students will be able to identify those parts in a cell.Download Lession Plan: Cell Organelles (Parts of Cell)

Emulsifier

science-class-ixObjectives: (1) To show that oil and water are immiscible. (2) To show that emulsifier help to mix oil and water to form emulsion. (3) To identify best emulsifier through an activityDownload Lesson Plan: Topic Emulsifier

Basic Structure of Atom 2

science-class-viiiLearning objective:(1) Enable the students to know the constituents/ composition of an atom. (2) Enable the students to know the location of subatomic particles. (3) Enable the student to know the rules to fill electrons in different shells. (4) Enable them to know that almost whole mass of an atom is due to the mass of protons and neutrons present in the nucleus of an atom. (5) To introduce the Bohr-Bury scheme / model.Download Lesson Plan: Topic Basic Structure of Atom 2

Basic Structure of Atom

science-class-viiiObjectives: (1) Enable the students to know that matter are made up of atoms. (2) That atom is extremely small to be imagined. (3) Atoms in turn are made up of subatomic particles. (4) Enable the students to locate these subatomic particles roughlyDownload Lesson Plan: Topic Basic Structure of Atom

Topic Reproduction in Organisms

science-class-xii-biologyInstructional Objectives: Students will be able to:(1) Define Parthenogenesis. (2) Compare internal fertilization and external fertilization. (3) Describe post-fertilization changes in a flower. (4) Reason out why offspring of oviparous animals at a greater risk as compared to offspring of viviparous animals Download Lesson Plan: Topic Reproduction in Organisms

Topic Tissue, Force and Laws of motion

science-class-ixLearning objectives/outcomesBy the end of the week, my students, with the help of proper demonstration and activities based on the contents mentioned above will be able to(1)Recall the three different types of muscular tissue and their special features and functions. (2) Identify the three types of muscular tissue from their diagrams. (3) Learn about the characteristic features and functions of the nervous tissue. (4) Draw and label the various parts of a nerve cell or neuron. (5) Understand force and cite various examples where force is applied.... Download Lesson Plan: Topic 1. Tissue, 2. Force and Laws of motion

Topic Exchange of respiratory gases

science-class-xSpecific Objectives:At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to:(1) Explain the exchange of respiratory gases in plants. (2) Distinguish exchange of respiratory gases in terrestrial animals and aquatic animals. (2) Describe respiration in human in general. (3)Recall exchange of respiratory gases in Alveoli. (4)Construct human respiratory system Download Lesson Plan: Topic Exchange of respiratory gases

Topic Cell membrane

science-class-ixObjectives: To enable the students to:(1) Know the basic structure and composition of cell membrane. (2) Understand the concept of selectively permeable membrane. (3) Understand the process of Osmosis. (4) Know the type of solution i.e. hypotonic, Isotonic and hypertonic solution Download Lesson Plan: Topic Cell membrane

Topic Laws of motion

science-class-ixLearning Objective:(1) Effects of forces. (2) Type of force. (3)Newton's laws of motion. (4) First law of motion (laws of inertia). (5) Liner momentum (p), S.I Unit p=m. (6) Newton's IInd law of motion. (7) F=ma (Newton=N. (8) N=I kgm/s2. (9) Mathematical formula of F= ma. (10) Applications of second law of motion. Download Lesson Plan: Topic Laws of motionl

Topic States of matter

science-class-ixGeneral objectives: to enable the students to(1) Define matter. (2) State the properties of matter. (3) Differentiate three state of matter on the basis of(a) Hardness. (b)Density. (c) Compressibility. (d) Kinetic energy. (e)Diffusion.(4) Classify different matter around us on the basis of their physical properties. (5)Site more examples of three states of matter... Download Lesson Plan: Topic States of matter

Topic Properties of materials Appearance…

science-class-viLearning Objectives:(1) Students will be able to sort materials/objects based on its appearance and hardness. Teaching Aids:(1) Paper, cardboard, wood (pieces), cotton, wire, aluminum sheet, chalk, cotton/sponge, metal key, candle wax, a pebble/stone Download Lesson Plan: Topic Properties of materials: Appearance and hardness

Tppic Properties of materials solubility

science-class-viLearning Objectives:(1)Sort the materials based on its solubility. (2)Know the solubility of solid materials in water and alcohol. (3)Know the solubility of some liquid in water and alcohol.Teaching Aids:Solid samples (Chalk, candle wax, powder sand, saw dust, salt) Liquid samples (water, mustard oil, coconut oil, alcohol)Test tube, droppers, watch glass. Download Lesson Plan: Topic Properties of materials solubility

Topic Effects of Force

science-class-viiiGeneral Objectives: To enable the students to:(1) Experience force in our daily life. (2) Understand effects of force. (3) Site examples on various effects of force. (4) Differentiate between types of force. (5) State difference between contact and non-contact force. (6) Classify different types of force as contact or non-contact force Download Lesson Plan: Topic Effects of Force

Topic Magnetic and Non-Magnetic Substanc…

science-class-viiGeneral Aims:(1)To help students learn science through their own experiences with real physical objects. (2)To inculcate scientific temperament into child's mind. (3)To promote collaborative learning among students with different abilities.Specific Aims:(1)To make students aware of the fact that a magnet can attract only magnetic substances. (2)To enable the students to identify as well as differentiate magnetic and non-magnetic substances.(3)To make students predict, observe and draw conclusion on the properties of a magnet (Attractive property) Download Lesson Plan: Topic Magnetic and Non-Magnetic Substances

Topic Transfer of heat in Liquid and Gas…

science-class-viiSpecific Objective:At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to:(1) Describe transfer of heat in water. (2) Define convection in their own word. (3) Explain transfer of heat in air. (4) Distinguish sea breeze and Land breeze. (5) Define radiation. (6) Relate transfer of heat in liquid and water in their daily life experiences. Download Lesson Plan:Topic Transfer of heat in Liquid and Gases

Topic Synthetic fibres and Plastics

science-class-viiiLearning objectives/outcomesBy the end of the week my students will be able to(1) Learn about what synthetic fibres are. (2) Recall the different types of synthetic fibres. (3) Learn about how the different types of synthetic fibres are made. (4) Differentiate the different types of synthetic fibres. (5) Get idea about the characteristics of different types of synthetic fibres. Download Lesson Plan:Topic Synthetic fibres and Plastics

Topic Chemical effects of electric curre…

science-class-viiiLearning Objectives:(1) Know that some chemical solution conduct electricity while others don't. (2) Know that the passage of electric current through a conducting solution causes chemical reaction. (3) Define the terms electrodes, Cathode and Anode. (4) Draw and set up the electric circuit for testing conductivity of various liquid. Download Lesson Plan: Topic Chemical effects of electric current

Topic Types of force

science-class-viiiLearning Objectives:(1)The students will be able to define force in their own words. (2) The students will be able to explain the causes of tmovement of objects/bodies. (3) The students will be able to enlist types of forces. (4) The students will be able to distinguish and differentiate various types of forces. (5) The students will be able to discover and explain muscular force, friction, magnetic force, gravitational force and electrostatic force. (6) The students will be able to summarise various forces. (7) The students will be able to associate various forces in everyday life experiences. Download Lesson Plan: Topic Types of force

Topic Human respiratory system

science-class-viiLearning Objectives:(1) The students will be able to enlist parts of human respiratory systems. (2) The students will be able to draw human respiratory system. (3) The students will be able to explain structures and parts of human respiratory system. (4) The students will be able to identify parts of respiratory system of human. (5) The students will be able to relate some functions of parts of human respiratory system. (6) The students will be able to conclude that respiratory system in human is responsible for respiration Download Lesson Plan: Topic Human respiratory system

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