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Second Quarter

DLL in Grade 7
Week 3 Day 4

School : RT Ma-ao Sugar Central NHS

Teacher : Meryl S. Ortega


Content Standard: The learners will demonstrate an understanding of

reproduction being both of asexual or sexual.

Performance Standard: Draw and identify the functions of the reproductive

parts of a flower used in sexual reproduction.
Learning Competency: Differentiate male from female structures of a plant in
in terms of describe the different parts of flower.

Code S7LT-11g-7

Daily Tasks:
1.Distinguish the male and female reproductive structures of a plant.

Content: Heredity: Inheritance and Variation

1.Sexual Reproduction

*Learner’s Module pp.140-142,
*Materials: pictures, charts.


1. 2.
*What unique structures do these plants have that make them special
compare to a non-flowering plants?
* How do you think these plants reproduce?


Directions: Draw an image of a gumamela flower. Then, label it correctly

using the different parts provided below.


b.sepal e.petal

c.anther f.stamen

d.filament g.stigma


*Based on the given activity, what are the different parts of a flower?
*What do you think is the male and female part of a flower?
* Try to describe the function of each part.
*Do you have any idea if how this plant reproduce?

D. Elaborate:

* How can this flower form into a seed?

* How do these male and female parts of a flower take part in the process of
pollination and fertilization?
* Are all flowering plants have male and female part? ( cite some examples)
E. Evaluation:

A. Directions: Draw the flower below and label each part corresponding
by an arrow.


2. 5.



B. Directions: Identify what being ask in the following questions.

7. The female part of a flower.

8. These are the powdery materials at the tip of a stamen wherein male
gamete are produced inside these grains.
9. The male part of a flower.
10. One of the soft and colorful parts of a flower.