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BIO SCIENCE - BOTANY

STD - VI
Expected Outcomes of Transactional
Content
Learning Strategy
Recognises the 1. Bio Diversity (5 Periods) Chart showing
structure of virus peculiarities of
1.1 Micro organisms Viruses to create
Identifies the size and Definition awareness and
shapes of Viruses 1.2 Viruses wonders

Classifies different 1.3 History of viruses Photomicrographs of
types of viruses bases all the different
on their host 1.4 Structure and types with viruses are shown
reference To size and
Wonders at the living shape Charts are used to
and non- living nature 1.5 Classifications of viruses explain different
of viruses. based on Their hosts types of Bacteria
(Photomicrographs
Discriminates between 1.6 Viruses and diseases are shown)
Virus and Bacteria (TMV, Bunchy Top of
Banana, common cold, Plant specimens are
Appreciates the useful Polio) shown in class
activities of Bacteria
1.7 Introduction to Video clippings on
Recalls the harmful Whitteker’s five kingdom Bryophytes,
activities of bacteria classification Pteridophytes,
1.8 Monera – Bacteria Gymnosperms and
Recalls the structure Angiosperms.
and organization of 1.9 Protista – Micro algae –
cyanobacteria green algae – Dino flagella

Realizes the 1.10. Ascomycetes – Yeast
importance of macro 1.11 Macro algae – green algae
algae in an spirogyra
environment
1.12. Non vascular Cryptogams
Recalls the importance – Bryophyta – examples
of Bryophytes,
Pteridophytes, 1.13. Vascular Cryptogams-
Gymnosperms and Nephrolepis
Angiosperms in 1.14. Gymnosperms (Conifers,
environment Cycadales)
1.15. Angiosperms (Monocots
and Dicots) differences.

11 Photosynthesis is explained respiration in plants Recognises 2.ROOT 2.13 Role of plants involved in photosynthesis Recalls the raw materials and end products .12 Respiration chloroplasts are 2.3 Tap root and Fibrous root Presence of nodes.2 Root system – structure Radish and Beetroot Monocot root and and functions are compared Dicot root 2. Organisation of Plants Roots of Paddy and Recalls major types of (5 Periods) Amaranthus are root system 2.6 Parts of a flower experiment by using Recalls the functions of coloring water stem as a support for 2.7 Modified Stems the entire plant Specimens of some underground stem Recalls the role of stem can be shown in class in conduction of water and food Dorsiventral nature of leaf is explained to Recalls that some children stems are weak and some are modified Simple experiments can be shown to Leaf prove transpiration Recognises the parts of 2. Examines the types of internodes and buds modifications are explained using a 2.5 Shoot system and Conduction of food characteristic features functions and water by stem of shoot system can be shown by an 2.8 Leaf – Structure and a leaf functions Photosynthesis is explained with the Appreciates the concept of necessary presence of stomata 2.4 Modified roots Shoot plant Recalls the 2.10 Transpiration The concept of plants (transpiration) as primary producers Analyses the role of 2.9 Role of stomata factors and Role of stomata 2. Discriminates between 2.1 A dicot plant (Hibiscus) observed by students Roots of carrot.

observed Xerophytes Recalls the general 4.3 Terrestrial plants gardens to observe and adaptations of 4.3 Plant cell – structure as seen A picture of Robert cell under a light microscope Hook and the lens 3.3 Medicinal plants of few ornamental of medicinal plants plants 5.2 Ornamental plants Collection/cultivation Realises the importance 5.1 Plant types based on water Actual specimens of plants with reference to availability different plants are their habitat Hydrophytes.5 Fiber yielding plants shown with the products Recalls the list of oil 5.5 Role of mankind in the mesophytes.2 History of cell And explained Recalls the history of a 3.4 Food yielding plants Recognises the types of Medicinal plants are fibres 5. and mesophytes and environment xerophytes xerophytes. Mesophytes. 5. hydrophytes.6 Timber yielding plants yielding plants Classifies root tubers 5. Applied Botany (4 Periods) Recognises the 5.1 Cytology and genetics – an Models of plant and cytology and genetics introduction animal cell are shown 3.4 Xerophytes hydrophytes.1 Uses of plants Charts to show importance of plants as ornamental plants source of food 5. Cellular organisation (5 Periods) Recognises the term 3. 3. 4. Our Environment (4 Periods) Recalls the diversity of 4.7 Oil yielding plants Classifies oils on Nutritional value of different criteria vegetables shown as a chart Explanation of general extraction of oils .2 Hydrophytes Visits a pond / characteristic features 4.4 Cell organelles (only names used by him are Recognises the external and functions) shown and discussed differences between unicellular and multicelluar organisms 4.

Identification of germination of Bean and Paddy 3. Identification of photomicrographs of virus and a bacterium 2. Identification of Hydrophytes – Eicchornia. Nerium . Xerophytes – Opuntia. BOTANY PRACTICALS STD . Croton. Vallisneria Mesophytes – Chrysanthemum.VI 1.