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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: Messenger Applications
  • 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 over a messenger application such as WhatsApp. 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 or through WhatsApp

  • Send the following discussion questions on WhatsApp while also showing different pictures of birds. Students can share their ideas through voice notes or texts.

    • 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?

  • Send the following discussion questions on WhatsApp while also showing different pictures of birds. Students can share their ideas through voice notes or texts.


    • 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.