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3 lesson scenarios


Lesson Plan 2. Insects

7. The next task is to identify the insec s, referring to the scheme, among the spe imens from the Science suitcase, Kingdom of Animals and to place them in the right order. 8. The stud nts take notes in their notebooks: characteristics of insects divided into the correct orders: coleoptera, or thoptera, blattodea, hymenoptera, hemiptera, homoptera , mantodea, lepidoptera, odonata and phasmatode . 9. Every student chooses an in ect, which he/she likes the most, and tries to draw it in the notebook. The t ach r helps to name the body parts correctly. 10. Afterwards, the teacher asks the following question: How to tell apart insects from arachnids? The stud nts try to answer the question w th the help f all vailable sources of information. Later, they present their answers in front of the class. The teacher corrects any mistakes. 11. The students are divided into 3 groups. 12. Each group has to think about what endangers the life of insects. T e students hav a discussion and lat r, they make a poster presenting the results. Expected answers: grass burning, capturing and killing, plant prote tion products, etc. 13. The next task is to find among worksheets presenting specimens from the Anim l Kingdom, those showing the insects. It will allow to check th students’ level of understanding of this topic. 14. Later, all students create a model of the me dow with insects. In order to do it, they can use different art supplies. Their work is exhibited in scho l corridors. 15. In the next step, the teacher draws on the blackboard two tables with two columns: positive and negative role of the insects. The students are divided into tw groups. Th first group writes down positive and negative influence of insects in nature and the other, in human life.

16. Meanwhile, the teacher draws the life cycle of insects on the blackboard. When the students are finished, they present their results and the teacher discusses the insect life cycle. The difference between complete and incomplete metamorphosis is explained in detail. 17. Then, the students look for the information concerning the reproduction of insects in all available sources and present their results in the form of a poster. The teacher corrects any mistakes and leads to the right answers. 18. Finally, the teacher discusses different types of arthropod legs and mouthparts as well as the connection between insects’ nutrition or life style and the type of their body parts.

Types of arthropod legs: running jumping clasping swimming digging grasping pollen-carrying Types of mouthparts: iphoning piercing-sucking chewing chewing-lapping sponging

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Pstrąg tęczowy (Oncorhynchus mykiss) Rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)

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(Cheilanthes lanosa) Hairy lipfern (Cheilanthes lanosa)

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24 worksheets

Animalia Kingdom. The suitcase with specimens, worksheets and lesson scenarios NS6114 The Science Suitcase with a rich collec- tion of specimens of different species of the animal kingdom. Certain specimens of vertebrates and invertebrates were embedded in transparent acrylic blocks

Kingdom of Plantae, Fungi and Algae. The suitcase with teaching aids, worksheets and lesson scenarios NS6112 The Science Suitcase with teaching aids such as different species of plants, fungi and protists embedded in transparent acrylic. These natural specimens can be observed from every angle. Additional- ly, with the use of magnifying glass, it is

which allow the students to observe them from every angle. Each animal was put in a separate block in order to facilitate careful observation and analysis of their most important features. Worksheets for students and lesson plans for the teacher complement the set. • 20 specimens in a suitcase with dim.: 45,5 x 6 x 33 cm; 3 lesson scenarios, 24 bilateral worksheets, dim.: 11,5 x 11,5 cm; material: plastic; age: 6+

possible to see the smallest details. The suitcase contains 9 blocks presenting 32 specimens of algae, fungi, bryophytes, ferns, gymnosperms and angiosperms, and the life cycle of moss and ferns. The set is also equipped with substantive ma- terials for the teacher and students. • dim. of the suitcase: 45,5 x 6 x 33 cm; 6 lesson scenarios, 24 bilateral worksheets, dim.: 11,5 x 11,5 cm; material: plastic; age: 6+11,5 x 11,5 cm; material: plastic; age: 6+


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