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This is one of the few chapters in biology in which there can be social and cultural aspects which have to be kept in mind. This chapter as it may happen is too sensitive for some teachers to teach and there is often an over enthusiasm from the students which often is taken by the teachers in a negative way. Children of this age group are often themselves curious about this topic and often ask questions which are considered inappropriate by the teacher and society at large. While there is no denying fact that some of the children on account of their cultural and social upbringing they become sensitive to the word "sex", others on account of the openness of the internet have various wrong assumptions about this topic. Many children will treat this a joke. Care has to be taken to not make this a laughing stock and children do understand the importance and significance of this topic.
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Teachers on their part need to take care that students shouldn't be let astray but stay on track. Make them aware about the dangers of unprotected sex which includes STDs, teen pregnancy etc. May be, by asking the overexcited students on what they know from reproduction will bring out their assumptions which then collectively can be worked upon. Please do not skip this chapter!!
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Useful websites

  1. Reproductive System Wikipedia
  2. Reproductive system: Live Science
  3. Reproductive system

Multimedia

  1. Female reproductive system

  1. Human Systems: Reproductive Systems

  1. Male reproductive systems

  1. Reproduction in Animals: Sexual and asexual reproduction

Reference Books

Teaching Outlines

Concept #

Learning objectives

  1. Define what is reproduction
  2. Learn why organisms reproduce
  3. Learn about asexual and sexual reproductions
  4. Explain how amoeba reproduces
  5. Differentiate between male and female cockroaches
  6. Learn about the male and female reproductive systems of cockroach
  7. Learn about the male and female reproductive systems of human beings
  8. Learn about the process and importance of menstrual cycle in a human female
  9. Learn about the sad story of female infanticide in India and its possible after effects
  10. The different types of twins and how they are formed
  11. Learn about the Assisted Reproductive Techniques, ART, such as IVF

Notes for teachers

These are short notes that the teacher wants to share about the concept, any locally relevant information, specific instructions on what kind of methodology used and common misconceptions/mistakes.

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  • Materials/ Resources needed
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  • Process (How to do the activity)
  • Developmental Questions (What discussion questions)
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  • Estimated Time
  • Materials/ Resources needed
  • Prerequisites/Instructions, if any
  • Multimedia resources
  • Website interactives/ links/ simulations
  • Process (How to do the activity)
  • Developmental Questions (What discussion questions)
  • Evaluation (Questions for assessment of the child)
  • Question Corner


Concept #

Learning objectives

Notes for teachers

This is one of the few chapters in biology in which there can be social and cultural aspects which have to be kept in mind. This chapter as it may happen is too sensitive for some teachers to teach and there is often an over enthusiasm from the students which often is taken by the teachers in a negative way. Children of this age group are often themselves curious about this topic and often ask questions which are considered inappropriate by the teacher and society at large. While there is no denying fact that some of the children on account of their cultural and social upbringing they become sensitive to the word "sex", others on account of the openness of the internet have various wrong assumptions about this topic. Many children will treat this a joke. Care has to be taken to not make this a laughing stock and children do understand the importance and significance of this topic. Teachers on their part need to take care that students shouldn't be let astray but stay on track. Make them aware about the dangers of unprotected sex which includes STDs, teen pregnancy etc. May be, by asking the overexcited students on what they know from reproduction will bring out their assumptions which then collectively can be worked upon. Please do not skip this chapter!!

Activity No #

  • Estimated Time
  • Materials/ Resources needed
  • Prerequisites/Instructions, if any
  • Multimedia resources
  • Website interactives/ links/ simulations
  • Process (How to do the activity)
  • Developmental Questions (What discussion questions)
  • Evaluation (Questions for assessment of the child)
  • Question Corner


Activity No #

  • Estimated Time
  • Materials/ Resources needed
  • Prerequisites/Instructions, if any
  • Multimedia resources
  • Website interactives/ links/ simulations
  • Process (How to do the activity)
  • Developmental Questions (What discussion questions)
  • Evaluation (Questions for assessment of the child)
  • Question Corner

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