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Second Quarter

Chapter III: Parts and Functions (Humans)


Lesson 10: How the parts of the Human reproductive system work
Objectives:
1. Describe the functions of each part of the male and female reproductive system
2. Identify the parts of the male and female reproductive system.
3. Show appreciation on the structure and capabilities of each part of the male & female
reproductive system

What you need:


Illustration of the male/female reproductive system
Manila paper,pentel pen,

Day 1 - 3
What to do:
Activity 1.
1. The leader will get materials to be used from the teacher
2. The whole group will listen to the instructions given by the teacher.
(Viewing session regarding male/female reproductive system)
3. Write the important data about the topic.
Guide Questions:
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What are the male parts?


What cell is produced?
Where does it produced?
Describe the cell inside the male reproductive system.
What makes the parts similar in function?
What makes them differ?
What are the major female reproductive organs? What are their functions?
What are estrogen and progesterone? What do they do?
If you will observe the illustration of the female reproductive organs, how will you
describe its structure.
10. How important these parts to the female reproductive system?

Activity 2:
Label the diagrams below, and write the functions of each part of the reproductive
system of a male.

Day 4 & 5
Activity 3
Identify the parts of male/female reproductive system and give the function of each part .
Parts

Functions

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b.
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d.
e.
Remember these:

The male reproductive parts are composed of the testicles or testes, scrotum,
epididymis, vas deferens, seminal vesicle, prostate gland, Cowpers gland, penis and
urethra.
Each part has specific functions.
Let the pupils describe each the function of each part of the male reproductive
system.
The female reproductive parts are the: 1. Cervix known as the birth canal, 2, Uterus
allows sperm to enter and menstrual blood to exit, 3. Ovaries produce eggs and
hormones; 4. Fallopian tubes serve as tunnels for the ova to travel from the ovaries to
the uterus;

The female reproductive system is designed for conception, pregnancy and childbirth.
Lesson 11: Physical Changes during Puberty

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Objectives
1. Describe physical and socio-emotional changes in males and females during puberty.
2. List down the physical and socio-emotional changes in males and females
during puberty.
3. Discuss the physical changes of male/female at puberty
4. Show awareness in body changes during puberty.

What you need:


Boys and girls in the class
Pictures of boys and girls
Manila paper, pentel pen

Activity 1
What to do:
1. Observe the ages of boys and girls in your class.
2. Observe the physical characteristics that make them different from one another.
3. Write the physical changes that you observe among boys and girls.
Guide Questions:
1. What are some characteristics among boys/girls?
2. Are there similar characteristics similar for both boys and girls?
3. At what age do these characteristics usually appear?
Activity 2
List down changes that occur in boys/girls during puberty.
Boys
Physical
Changes

Girls
Socio-emotional
Changes

Physical
Changes

Socio-emotional
Changes

Activity 3
Let the pupils create a simple skit about the changes that occur in boys/girls during
pubertal stage.

Remember these:
During puberty, a girls body begins to develop and take the form of a woman.
Girls grow taller, their breasts grow fuller, and their hips wider. At this stage, pubic
hair appears and menstruation starts.
The ovaries start to produce egg cells.
Boys grow slower than girls but attain more height because their longer stage of
puberty than girls.
They develop low pitched-voice, broad shoulders, and a bigger Adams Apple.
Hair begins to grow under arms, on the face, face and genitals. The testis start
producing sperm cell.