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2 Animals
1.2.1 Reproductive System of Animals
1.2.2 Mode of Reproduction in Animals

Lesson Plan 1: Day 1 - 5

I. Objectives
A. Content Standards: How animals reproduce
B. Performance Standards: The learners should be able to practice proper hygiene to
care of the reproductive organs
C. Learning Competencies/Objectives: Describe the mode of reproduction of butterflies,
mosquitoes, frogs, cats and dogs
II. Content: Reproductive System of Animals
III. Learning Resources
Curriculum Guide in Science 5, S5LT-IIe-5
Video clips on modes of reproduction
Video clips/pictures of the reproductive system of butterflies, mosquitoes, frogs, cats
and dogs
Activity sheets
(Note to teacher: Please provide pupils with the needed pictures).
IV. Procedure
A. Engagement
1. Review
How do humans reproduce?
2. Motivation
Show picture of a mother animal with its young e.g. mother dog and its puppy,
frog and tadpoles, mosquitoes and wrigglers.
Ask: How do these animals reproduce?
B. Exploration
The pupils perform the activities:
LAS No. 1A & B: Parts and Function/s of the Reproductive System of Animals
LAS No. 2: Sexual and Asexual Modes of Reproduction in Animals
LAS No. 3: Internal and External Fertilization Among Animals
LAS No. 4: Viviparous and Oviparous Reproduction in Animals
LAS No. 5: Complete Me!
C. Explanation
There are two modes by which animals reproduce: Sexual reproduction and
Asexual reproduction.
Sexual reproduction results from the fusion of male and female gametes.
Asexual reproduction involves only a single parent.
The reproductive organs in the female include ovaries, oviducts and uterus.
The reproductive organs in male include testes, sperm ducts and penis.
The ovary produces female gametes called ova and the testes produce male
gametes called sperms.
The fusion of ovum and sperm is called fertilization. The fertilized egg is called
a zygote.
Fertilization that takes place inside the female body is called internal
fertilization. This is observed in human beings and other animals such as
hens, cows and dogs.
Fertilization that takes place outside the female body is called external
fertilization. This is observed in frogs, fish, starfish, etc.
The zygote divides repeatedly to give rise to an embryo.
The embryo gets embedded in the wall of the uterus for further development.
The stage of the embryo in which all the body parts are identifiable is called
Animals such as human beings, cows and dogs which give birth to young ones
are called viviparous animals.
Animals such as hen, frog, lizard and butterfly which lay eggs are called
oviparous animals.
The transformation of the larva into adult through drastic changes is called
In hydra, new individuals develop from buds. This method of asexual
reproduction is called budding.
Amoeba reproduces by dividing itself into two. This type of asexual reproduction
is called binary fission.

D. Elaboration
The female reproductive system has two functions: to produce egg cells and
to protect and nourish the offspring until birth.
The male reproductive system has one function: to produce and deposit
sperm to the female reproductive system.

E. Evaluation
Read the questions carefully then choose the letter that corresponds to the correct
1. Which is not a part of a dogs male reproductive system?
A. Testes B. Penis C. Vas deferens d. Uterus
2. What part of the female reproductive system produces female gametes called
A. Ovary B. Uterus C. Cervix D. Vulva
3. What do you call the fusion of the ovum and the sperm?
A. Neutralization B. Fertilization C. Menstruation D. Ovulation
4. Which of the following is not a viviparous animal?
A. Cow B. Dog C. Lizard D. Cat
5. What mode of reproduction requires the fusion of the male and the female
A. Sexual B. Asexual c. Vegetative D. Budding
F. Assignment
Bring any flower. Describe the reproductive parts and give the functions of each part.

V. Remarks:

VI. Reflection:
A. No. of learners who earned 80% in the evaluation? ________________________
B. No. of learners who require additional activities for remediation _______________
C. Did the remedial lessons work? ________________________________________
No. of learners who have caught up with the lesson ________________________
D. No. of learners who continue to require remediation ________________________
E. Which of my teaching strategies worked well?_____________________________
Why did these work? ________________________________________________
F. What difficulties did I encounter which my principal or supervisor can help solve?
G. What innovation or localized materials did I use/discover which I wish to share with other
teachers? ____________________________________________________