BASIC SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
SMASE – ASEI PDSI METHOD
PREVIOUS LESSON – CHANGE IN PLANTS
TOPIC – CHANGE IN ANIMALS
- Lesson One – Change in Animals I – Dog and Hen
- Lesson Two – Change in Animals II – Animals and Names of Their Young Ones
- Lesson Three – Change in Animals III – Comparing Change in Adult Animals with Their Young Ones
- Revision and Test
TIME – 40 Minutes each.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
- Observe and describe changes in different animals.
- Name the young ones of different animals.
- Describe the differences between young and adult animals..
- Describe the changes that occur in the life cycle of a butterfly.
Humans grow and mature in order to complete their life cycles. So too do other animals. Growth in animals involves an increase in the number and sometimes function of their cells. It requires a healthy balanced diet. Like humans, other animals change as they get older.
In this lesson, the pupils will be able to understand different changes that occurred in different and similar animals.
The teacher will teach the lesson with the aid of:
- Flash cards with pictures, markers, glue/gum, cardboard papers, plain sheets, scissors.
- A poster of animals and their young ones. Flash cards with names of all the animals and their young ones written separately.
There are two types of animals, domestic animals and animals in the wild. The most common animals to the pupils are domestic animals. They know that there is different between how a chicken and a dog produced their young ones, etc.
- 9 – Years Basic Education Curriculum
- Lagos State Scheme of work
- Basic Science and Technology
- All Relevant Materials
- Online Materials
ASEI PDSI LESSON NOTES
LESSON DEVELOPMENT 4 – REVISION AND TEST
ATTEMPT ALL THE QUESTIONS
ANIMALS AND NAMES OF THEIR YOUNG ONES
Choose from the following names of young animals – chick, duckling, kitten, puppy, calf, piglet, kid, lamb and cub to complete the following adult animals –
1. Dog __________________________
2. Duck __________________________
3. Goat __________________________
4. Buffalo __________________________
5. Pig __________________________
6. Sheep __________________________
7. Cow __________________________
8. Lion __________________________
9. Elephant __________________________
10. Cow __________________________