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Instructional Plan Instructor: Molly Blankenship

Course: Horticulture
Unit: Reproductive Parts of the Flower
TEKS:
Lesson Title: Parts of the Flower
Estimated Time: 15 minutes
Objectives
After completion of this unit of instruction, the student will:
Label the parts of a flower;
Identify the male and female parts of a flower;
Describe the different functions of each part of the flower.

Materials, Supplies, Equipment, References, and Other Resources:


Materials, Supplies, Equipment
Projector/Board
Markers, Scissors, Glue Sticks, Tape
Pictures of the Flower Parts
Flowers
Colored Paper
References:
Fundamentals Crop Production notes from Dr. David Kattes
Interest Approach (Motivation):

Bring actual flowers to look at


- Have students actually dissect the flower to find the parts not easily seen
- Make a color coded flower while going over the parts

Instructor Directions / Content Outline, Instructional Procedures, application and/or


Materials Key Questions
A1. Begin by examining real A. Identify and label the parts of the flower
flowers
A2. Using an example, label a
flower diagram together

B1. Describe what each part of


the flower does and how it is B. Describe the function of each part of the flower
important in the reproductive Anther (M) the site of pollen production
process. Filament (M) the stalk of the anther
B2. Begin constructing the color Ovary (F) the bottom of the pistil where ovules are formed
coded flower as you go over the Ovule the unfertilized seed
specific parts Stigma (F) where pollen is deposited
Instructor Directions / Content Outline, Instructional Procedures, application and/or
Materials Key Questions
Style (F) the stalk that joins the stigma to the ovary
Sepal the green leaf-like structure that encloses the outer parts of
the flower
Petal the colorful portion of the flower
Receptacle where all the flower parts attach

C1. Refer to diagram and C. Identify the male and female parts of the flower
identify the male and female Male: Stamen Female: Pistil
parts using M and F. Show Anther Stigma
their relation to one another in Filament Style
the flower. Ovary

Evaluation:

Test will be Friday. The test will cover the objectives that were taught in class. There will be a
diagram to label, list the male and female parts, and a matching section for the functions of the parts.