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  • Lesson Plan
    • Subject: Science
    • Driving Question: How many type of leaves can we identify?
    • Pedagogical Method: Flipped Classroom
    • Grade Level: 2
    • Duration: 1-2 sessions
    • Delivery Method: Synchronous
  • Students will be able to confirm that different plants have different leaves.

    • Materials: laptops/tablets/Mobile phones/ notebook
    Also find attached the necessary resources in the Files section
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    Lesson Plan Worksheet 1 Worksheet 1 PowerPoint 1 Video 1 Video 2

    • Classify mammals according to their external features.
    • Classify birds according to their external features 
    • Distinguish mammals from the other vertebrate groups.
    • Distinguish birds from the other groups of animals.
    • Sort animals according to the group they belong to.


    Keywords: mammals, vertebrae, mammary glands, give birth, hair, fur, feathers, beak, wings

    • Should be able to identify and label parts of a plant.

  • Send Video 1 and Video 2 on the platform you use. Ask the students to prepare a drawing of 1 mammal and 1 bird on a paper. Have them write 3 things they learned from the videos about both groups after watching them.

  • Ask students to prepare a video of maximum 2 minutes or a picture of their work and send it through the platform the school uses.

  • Share the following discussion questions on the shared whiteboard while also showing different pictures of birds. Students can share their ideas through the chat box or by raising their hand. Write their answers on the share whiteboard.

    • What covers its body?
    • How do they move? 
    • How many legs does it have?
    • Do all birds have the same features?
    • Do all birds fly?
    • So, what are the common features that all birds share?

  • Share the following discussion questions on the shared whiteboard while also showing different pictures of birds. Students can share their ideas through the chat box or by raising their hand. Write their answers on the share whiteboard.

    • What covers its body?
    • How do they move? 
    • How many legs does it have?
    • How do they reproduce?
    • How do they feed their babies?
    • So, what are the common features that all mammals share?

  • Share presentation (PowerPoint 1) with students to wrap-up ideas. Solve the concept map (Worksheet 1). For homework, have students choose an animal of any of the five groups and present it to their classmates.