Máster Universitario en Lengua Inglesa para el Aula Bilingüe de Educación Secundaria
por la Universidad de Oviedo
by Rocío...
Sexual Reproduction in Plants
OUTLINE
1. Differences between Sexual and Asexual Reproduction
ACTIVITY 01: Fill in the columns
2. Flower Structure and Fu...
Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction
Only one parent involved
1. Differences between Sexual and Asexual Reproduction
A...
Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction
Only one parent involved
Requires pollination and fertilization
1. Differences be...
Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction
Only one parent involved
Requires pollination and fertilization
Can only grow clo...
Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction
Only one parent involved
Requires pollination and fertilization
Can only grow clo...
Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction
Only one parent involved
Requires pollination and fertilization
Can only grow clo...
Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction
Only one parent involved
Requires pollination and fertilization
Can only grow clo...
Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction
Only one parent involved
Requires pollination and fertilization
Produces genetica...
Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction
Involves male and female parts Only one parent involved
Requires pollination and ...
Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction
Involves male and female parts Only one parent involved
Takes place in the flower...
Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction
Involves male and female parts Only one parent involved
Takes place in the flower...
Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction
Involves male and female parts Only one parent involved
Takes place in the flower...
Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction
Involves male and female parts Only one parent involved
Takes place in the flower...
Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction
Involves male and female parts Only one parent involved
Takes place in the flower...
Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction
Involves male and female parts Only one parent involved
Takes place in the flower...
Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction
Involves male and female parts Only one parent involved
Takes place in the flower...
2. Flower Structure and Functions
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1OFF2qYvLag
3. Sexual reproduction in flowering plants
 The reproductive parts of angiosperms are located in the FLOWER.
 There are different parts of a flower which include S...
 The reproductive parts of angiosperms are located in the FLOWER.
 There are different parts of a flower which include S...
 The reproductive parts of angiosperms are located in the FLOWER.
 There are different parts of a flower which include S...
 The reproductive parts of angiosperms are located in the FLOWER.
 There are different parts of a flower which include S...
 The reproductive parts of angiosperms are located in the FLOWER.
 There are different parts of a flower which include S...
 The reproductive parts of angiosperms are located in the FLOWER.
 There are different parts of a flower which include S...
 The reproductive parts of angiosperms are located in the FLOWER.
 There are different parts of a flower which include S...
 The reproductive parts of angiosperms are located in the FLOWER.
 There are different parts of a flower which include S...
 The reproductive parts of angiosperms are located in the FLOWER.
 There are different parts of a flower which include S...
 The reproductive parts of angiosperms are located in the FLOWER.
 There are different parts of a flower which include S...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnVSsj6iVZ0
ACTIVITY 03: Quiz time… all together!!!
The adventures of Barclaythe bee
Barclay the bee lives on top of
the InterContinental New York Barclay
Hotel.
Today she is...
ACTIVITY 05: How to make a paper flower
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Functions?
Characteristics?
ACTIVITY 05: How to make a paper flower
ACTIVITY 05: How to make a paper flower
ACTIVITY 06: Let’s go to the Botanic Gardens
“The travelling beehive”
1. Pollination 2. Pollinators 3. Endangered
Pollinators?
ACTIVITY 06: Let’s go to the Botanic Gar...
4. Final Task
A. Record your own VIDEO
 Work in groups of 3-4
 Record a video about what you
have seen in the visit.
 U...
4. Final Task A. Record your own VIDEO – examples:
Playdough animation
Song
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbKwIK6CjgM
htt...
4. Final Task B. Design your own POSTER – example:
We have finished the lesson, thank you!
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Natural Science. Sexual reproduction in plants - Presentation

La reproducción sexual de las plantas, presentación para alumnos de segundo curso de la ESO. Sexual reproduction in plants presentation for students of the second year.
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  • 1. Máster Universitario en Lengua Inglesa para el Aula Bilingüe de Educación Secundaria por la Universidad de Oviedo by Rocío Yuste Mieres (DNI: 10891225N – rociyuste@hotmail.com) Academic year: 2013/2014 Subject: “Inglés para Educación Plástica y Visual” Date: 4th March 2014 Tutor: Yolanda Sánchez Fernández Subject: Natural Science Section: Living Things Lesson: Sexual Reproduction in Plants Level: Second Year of Secondary Education FINAL TASK
  • 2. Sexual Reproduction in Plants
  • 3. OUTLINE 1. Differences between Sexual and Asexual Reproduction ACTIVITY 01: Fill in the columns 2. Flower Structure and Functions 3. Sexual reproduction in flowering plants ACTIVITY 02: Fill in the gaps ACTIVITY 03: Quiz time… all together!!! ACTIVITY 04: Fill in the ballons ACTIVITY 05: How to make a paper flower ACTIVITY 06: Let’s go to the Botanic Garden 4. Final Task
  • 4. Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction Only one parent involved 1. Differences between Sexual and Asexual Reproduction ACTIVITY 01: Fill in the columns
  • 5. Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction Only one parent involved Requires pollination and fertilization 1. Differences between Sexual and Asexual Reproduction ACTIVITY 01: Fill in the columns
  • 6. Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction Only one parent involved Requires pollination and fertilization Can only grow close to the parent 1. Differences between Sexual and Asexual Reproduction ACTIVITY 01: Fill in the columns
  • 7. Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction Only one parent involved Requires pollination and fertilization Can only grow close to the parent plant Plants more likey to survive new threats 1. Differences between Sexual and Asexual Reproduction ACTIVITY 01: Fill in the columns
  • 8. Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction Only one parent involved Requires pollination and fertilization Can only grow close to the parent plant Plants more likely to survive new threats Always result in production of seeds 1. Differences between Sexual and Asexual Reproduction ACTIVITY 01: Fill in the columns
  • 9. Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction Only one parent involved Requires pollination and fertilization Can only grow close to the parent plant Always result in production of seeds Plants more likely to survive new threats Produces genetically identical offspring 1. Differences between Sexual and Asexual Reproduction ACTIVITY 01: Fill in the columns
  • 10. Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction Only one parent involved Requires pollination and fertilization Produces genetically identical offspring Can only grow close to the parent plant Always result in production of seeds Plants more likely to survive new threats Involves male and female parts 1. Differences between Sexual and Asexual Reproduction ACTIVITY 01: Fill in the columns
  • 11. Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction Involves male and female parts Only one parent involved Requires pollination and fertilization Produces genetically identical offspring Can only grow close to the parent plant Always result in production of seeds Plants more likely to survive new threats Takes place in the flower of a plant 1. Differences between Sexual and Asexual Reproduction ACTIVITY 01: Fill in the columns
  • 12. Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction Involves male and female parts Only one parent involved Takes place in the flower of a plant Requires pollination and fertilization Produces genetically identical offspring Can only grow close to the parent plant Always result in production of seeds Plants more likely to survive new threats Can produce bulbs, runners and tubers 1. Differences between Sexual and Asexual Reproduction ACTIVITY 01: Fill in the columns
  • 13. Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction Involves male and female parts Only one parent involved Takes place in the flower of a plant Requires pollination and fertilization Produces genetically identical offspring Can only grow close to the parent plant Always result in production of seeds Can produce bulbs, runners and tubers Plants more likely to survive new threats Does not involve the flowering part of a plant 1. Differences between Sexual and Asexual Reproduction ACTIVITY 01: Fill in the columns
  • 14. Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction Involves male and female parts Only one parent involved Takes place in the flower of a plant Does not involve the flowering part of a plant Requires pollination and fertilization Produces genetically identical offspring Can only grow close to the parent plant Always result in production of seeds Can produce bulbs, runners and tubers Plants more likely to survive new threats Can leave plants vulnerable to new threats 1. Differences between Sexual and Asexual Reproduction ACTIVITY 01: Fill in the columns
  • 15. Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction Involves male and female parts Only one parent involved Takes place in the flower of a plant Does not involve the flowering part of a plant Requires pollination and fertilization Produces genetically identical offspring Can only grow close to the parent plant Always result in production of seeds Can produce bulbs, runners and tubers Plants more likely to survive new threats Can leave plants vulnerable to new threats Can spread more quickly over a large area 1. Differences between Sexual and Asexual Reproduction ACTIVITY 01: Fill in the columns
  • 16. Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction Involves male and female parts Only one parent involved Takes place in the flower of a plant Does not involve the flowering part of a plant Requires pollination and fertilization Produces genetically identical offspring Can spread more quickly over a large area Can only grow close to the parent plant Always result in production of seeds Can produce bulbs, runners and tubers Plants more likely to survive new threats Can leave plants vulnerable to new threats Produces genetically different offspring 1. Differences between Sexual and Asexual Reproduction ACTIVITY 01: Fill in the columns
  • 17. Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction Involves male and female parts Only one parent involved Takes place in the flower of a plant Does not involve the flowering part of a plant Requires pollination and fertilization Produces genetically different offspring Produces genetically identical offspring Can spread more quickly over a large area Can only grow close to the parent plant Always result in production of seeds Can produce bulbs, runners and tubers Plants more likely to survive new threats Can leave plants vulnerable to new threats Does not require pollination or fertilization 1. Differences between Sexual and Asexual Reproduction ACTIVITY 01: Fill in the columns
  • 18. Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction Involves male and female parts Only one parent involved Takes place in the flower of a plant Does not involve the flowering part of a plant Requires pollination and fertilization Does not require pollination or fertilization Produces genetically different offspring Produces genetically identical offspring Can spread more quickly over a large area Can only grow close to the parent plant Always result in production of seeds Can produce bulbs, runners and tubers Plants more likely to survive new threats Can leave plants vulnerable to new threats Well done!!! 1. Differences between Sexual and Asexual Reproduction ACTIVITY 01: Fill in the columns
  • 19. 2. Flower Structure and Functions
  • 20. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1OFF2qYvLag 3. Sexual reproduction in flowering plants
  • 21.  The reproductive parts of angiosperms are located in the FLOWER.  There are different parts of a flower which include SEPALS, PETALS, stamens and carpels.  The STAMENS and CARPELS are the reproductive parts of a flower which contain the germ cells.  The flower may be UNISEXUAL, which contains either stamens or carpels, or BISEXUAL, which contains both stamens and carpels.  Stamen is the MALE reproductive part and it produces pollen.  Carpel is the FEMALE reproductive part. It is made of three parts: OVARY, STYLE and STIGMA.  If the transfer of pollen occurs in the same flower it is called SELF POLLINATION.  If the pollen is transferred from one flower to another it is known as CROSS POLLINATION.  This transfer of pollen from one flower to another is achieved by agents like WIND, WATER or ANIMALS. ACTIVITY 02: Fill in the gaps
  • 22.  The reproductive parts of angiosperms are located in the FLOWER.  There are different parts of a flower which include SEPALS, PETALS, stamens and carpels.  The STAMENS and CARPELS are the reproductive parts of a flower which contain the germ cells.  The flower may be UNISEXUAL, which contains either stamens or carpels, or BISEXUAL, which contains both stamens and carpels.  Stamen is the MALE reproductive part and it produces pollen.  Carpel is the FEMALE reproductive part. It is made of three parts: OVARY, STYLE and STIGMA.  If the transfer of pollen occurs in the same flower it is called SELF POLLINATION.  If the pollen is transferred from one flower to another it is known as CROSS POLLINATION.  This transfer of pollen from one flower to another is achieved by agents like WIND, WATER or ANIMALS. ACTIVITY 02: Fill in the gaps
  • 23.  The reproductive parts of angiosperms are located in the FLOWER.  There are different parts of a flower which include SEPALS, PETALS, stamens and carpels.  The STAMENS and CARPELS are the reproductive parts of a flower which contain the germ cells.  The flower may be UNISEXUAL, which contains either stamens or carpels, or BISEXUAL, which contains both stamens and carpels.  Stamen is the MALE reproductive part and it produces pollen.  Carpel is the FEMALE reproductive part. It is made of three parts: OVARY, STYLE and STIGMA.  If the transfer of pollen occurs in the same flower it is called SELF POLLINATION.  If the pollen is transferred from one flower to another it is known as CROSS POLLINATION.  This transfer of pollen from one flower to another is achieved by agents like WIND, WATER or ANIMALS. ACTIVITY 02: Fill in the gaps
  • 24.  The reproductive parts of angiosperms are located in the FLOWER.  There are different parts of a flower which include SEPALS, PETALS, stamens and carpels.  The STAMENS and CARPELS are the reproductive parts of a flower which contain the germ cells.  The flower may be UNISEXUAL, which contains either stamens or carpels, or BISEXUAL, which contains both stamens and carpels.  Stamen is the MALE reproductive part and it produces pollen.  Carpel is the FEMALE reproductive part. It is made of three parts: OVARY, STYLE and STIGMA.  If the transfer of pollen occurs in the same flower it is called SELF POLLINATION.  If the pollen is transferred from one flower to another it is known as CROSS POLLINATION.  This transfer of pollen from one flower to another is achieved by agents like WIND, WATER or ANIMALS. ACTIVITY 02: Fill in the gaps
  • 25.  The reproductive parts of angiosperms are located in the FLOWER.  There are different parts of a flower which include SEPALS, PETALS, stamens and carpels.  The STAMENS and CARPELS are the reproductive parts of a flower which contain the germ cells.  The flower may be UNISEXUAL, which contains either stamens or carpels, or BISEXUAL, which contains both stamens and carpels.  Stamen is the MALE reproductive part and it produces pollen.  Carpel is the FEMALE reproductive part. It is made of three parts: OVARY, STYLE and STIGMA.  If the transfer of pollen occurs in the same flower it is called SELF POLLINATION.  If the pollen is transferred from one flower to another it is known as CROSS POLLINATION.  This transfer of pollen from one flower to another is achieved by agents like WIND, WATER or ANIMALS. ACTIVITY 02: Fill in the gaps
  • 26.  The reproductive parts of angiosperms are located in the FLOWER.  There are different parts of a flower which include SEPALS, PETALS, stamens and carpels.  The STAMENS and CARPELS are the reproductive parts of a flower which contain the germ cells.  The flower may be UNISEXUAL, which contains either stamens or carpels, or BISEXUAL, which contains both stamens and carpels.  Stamen is the MALE reproductive part and it produces pollen.  Carpel is the FEMALE reproductive part. It is made of three parts: OVARY, STYLE and STIGMA.  If the transfer of pollen occurs in the same flower it is called SELF POLLINATION.  If the pollen is transferred from one flower to another it is known as CROSS POLLINATION.  This transfer of pollen from one flower to another is achieved by agents like WIND, WATER or ANIMALS. ACTIVITY 02: Fill in the gaps
  • 27.  The reproductive parts of angiosperms are located in the FLOWER.  There are different parts of a flower which include SEPALS, PETALS, stamens and carpels.  The STAMENS and CARPELS are the reproductive parts of a flower which contain the germ cells.  The flower may be UNISEXUAL, which contains either stamens or carpels, or BISEXUAL, which contains both stamens and carpels.  Stamen is the MALE reproductive part and it produces pollen.  Carpel is the FEMALE reproductive part. It is made of three parts: OVARY, STYLE and STIGMA.  If the transfer of pollen occurs in the same flower it is called SELF POLLINATION.  If the pollen is transferred from one flower to another it is known as CROSS POLLINATION.  This transfer of pollen from one flower to another is achieved by agents like WIND, WATER or ANIMALS. ACTIVITY 02: Fill in the gaps
  • 28.  The reproductive parts of angiosperms are located in the FLOWER.  There are different parts of a flower which include SEPALS, PETALS, stamens and carpels.  The STAMENS and CARPELS are the reproductive parts of a flower which contain the germ cells.  The flower may be UNISEXUAL, which contains either stamens or carpels, or BISEXUAL, which contains both stamens and carpels.  Stamen is the MALE reproductive part and it produces pollen.  Carpel is the FEMALE reproductive part. It is made of three parts: OVARY, STYLE and STIGMA.  If the transfer of pollen occurs in the same flower it is called SELF POLLINATION.  If the pollen is transferred from one flower to another it is known as CROSS POLLINATION.  This transfer of pollen from one flower to another is achieved by agents like WIND, WATER or ANIMALS. ACTIVITY 02: Fill in the gaps
  • 29.  The reproductive parts of angiosperms are located in the FLOWER.  There are different parts of a flower which include SEPALS, PETALS, stamens and carpels.  The STAMENS and CARPELS are the reproductive parts of a flower which contain the germ cells.  The flower may be UNISEXUAL, which contains either stamens or carpels, or BISEXUAL, which contains both stamens and carpels.  Stamen is the MALE reproductive part and it produces pollen.  Carpel is the FEMALE reproductive part. It is made of three parts: OVARY, STYLE and STIGMA.  If the transfer of pollen occurs in the same flower it is called SELF POLLINATION.  If the pollen is transferred from one flower to another it is known as CROSS POLLINATION.  This transfer of pollen from one flower to another is achieved by agents like WIND, WATER or ANIMALS. ACTIVITY 02: Fill in the gaps
  • 30.  The reproductive parts of angiosperms are located in the FLOWER.  There are different parts of a flower which include SEPALS, PETALS, stamens and carpels.  The STAMENS and CARPELS are the reproductive parts of a flower which contain the germ cells.  The flower may be UNISEXUAL, which contains either stamens or carpels, or BISEXUAL, which contains both stamens and carpels.  Stamen is the MALE reproductive part and it produces pollen.  Carpel is the FEMALE reproductive part. It is made of three parts: OVARY, STYLE and STIGMA.  If the transfer of pollen occurs in the same flower it is called SELF POLLINATION.  If the pollen is transferred from one flower to another it is known as CROSS POLLINATION.  This transfer of pollen from one flower to another is achieved by agents like WIND, WATER or ANIMALS. ACTIVITY 02: Fill in the gaps
  • 31. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnVSsj6iVZ0 ACTIVITY 03: Quiz time… all together!!!
  • 32. The adventures of Barclaythe bee Barclay the bee lives on top of the InterContinental New York Barclay Hotel. Today she is old enough to start his new job collecting nectar and pollen. She is going to understand the importance of pollination and the contribution of bees in this process, transferring pollen from anthers of one flower to stigma of the same or another flower. ACTIVITY 04: Fill in the ballons
  • 33. ACTIVITY 05: How to make a paper flower
  • 34. 34 Functions? Characteristics? ACTIVITY 05: How to make a paper flower
  • 35. ACTIVITY 05: How to make a paper flower
  • 36. ACTIVITY 06: Let’s go to the Botanic Gardens
  • 37. “The travelling beehive” 1. Pollination 2. Pollinators 3. Endangered Pollinators? ACTIVITY 06: Let’s go to the Botanic Gardens
  • 38. 4. Final Task A. Record your own VIDEO  Work in groups of 3-4  Record a video about what you have seen in the visit.  Upload it to our Blog. B. Desing your own POSTER  Work in groups of 3-4  Design a poster about what you have seen in the visit.  Your poster will be shown at the school’s hallway. Choose between the following to options:
  • 39. 4. Final Task A. Record your own VIDEO – examples: Playdough animation Song http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbKwIK6CjgM http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f5_1wXufUXw
  • 40. 4. Final Task B. Design your own POSTER – example:
  • 41. We have finished the lesson, thank you!