CBSE 10th Biology HOW DO ORGANISMS REPRODUCE Lesson Plans, Period Plans

CBSE 10th Biology HOW DO ORGANISMS REPRODUCE Lesson Plans, Period Plans.
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CBSE 10th Biology HOW DO ORGANISMS REPRODUCE Lesson Plans, Period Plans

Curricular Goals and Competencies

Curricular Goal – 1: Explore the reproduction – continuation of life, types of reproduction, characteristics of.

Competency -1.1: Classification of reproduction, how lower and higher organisms, unicellular and multi -cellular produces new organisms, Structure of male and female reproductive parts in human beings and plant

Competency -1.2: Investigate the nature and properties of chemicals helps i.e. hormones, enzymes Investigate the nature and properties of chemicals help i.e. hormones, enzymes

Competency -1.3 Describes and represents symbol in reproduction process

Curricular Goal – 2: Explore the Reproduction around the world and understands scientific principals and laws based on observation and analysis

Competency -2.1: Applies the Mendal’s Laws, Darwin principles to explain the variation in individual organisms

Competency -2.2: Explain the relationship to form Variations due to changes or imbalance of hormones, enzymes, temperature and other factors

Competency -2.4: Manipulate and analyses different characteristics and advantages of the asexual and sexual reproduction, mitosis and meiosis

Competency -2.5: Define the scientific terms in reproduction, relationship between mitosis and meiosis, chromosome numbers in mathematical expression

Curricular Goal – 3 : Explore the structure and functions of the living world(reproduction) at the cellular level

Competency - 3.1 : Explain the role of cellular components in reproduction ( Nucleus, chromosomes, proteins, hormones, enzymes, genes)

Curricular Goal – 4 : Explore interconnectedness between organisms and their environment through reproduction

Competency - 4.4 : Analyses patterns of inheritance of traits in terms of mode of reproduction and its consequences at a population (Niche)level

Curricular Goal - 5: Draws linkages between scientific knowledge and knowledge across other curricular areas

Competency - 5.1 : Examine a case study related to the use of Reproductive sciences to produce different variety of plants

Curricular Goal - 7: Develops awareness of the most current discoveries, ideas and frontiers in all areas of reproductive knowledge

Competency – 7.1 : Tissue culture, IVF, Cloning, Artificial fertilization

Curricular Goal - 8: Explores the nature of science by doing science

Competency - 8.2 : Based on the data and understand of scientific concepts of reproduction , communicating scientific terminologies on reproduction

CBSE 10th Bio How Do Organisms Reproduce Periods

Period No. Topic Learning outcomes
1 Do Organisms create exact copies of     themselves? The importance of variation Explains the role of cellular components in reproduction – Nucleus, chromosomes, proteins, hormones, enzymes, genes
Analyses the role of variations in survival of the species.
2 Modes of Reproduction used by single organisms Differentiates asexual and sexual reproduction
Classifies asexual reproduction into different types
3 Vegetative propagation Explains the methods of vegetative propagation in plants
4 Sexual reproduction, Why the sexual Mode of Reproduction .Differentiates  mitosis and meiosis
Explains importance of meiosis in sexual reproduction.
5 Sexual Reproduction in Flowering plants Classifies unisexual and bisexual flowers Investigates and identifies self-pollinated flowers and cross-pollinated flowers
6 Reproduction in Human Beings Relates puberty with physiological changes at the onset of puberty in male and female
7 Male Reproductive System Explains the structure and function of Male reproductive system
8 Female Reproductive System, What happens when the egg is not fertilized? Explains  the structure and function of female reproductive system
9 Reproductive Health Analyses birth control methods and build an awareness towards reproduction and reproductive health.


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