- Tell learners that we have just learnt about reproduction in angiosperms.
- Ask if they can remember what the words “sexual reproduction” mean?
Answer: sexual reproduction happens when a male sex cell meets and joins with a female sex cell to start a new generation.
- In plants, the male sex cell in the pollen has to be carried to the female sex cell. The plants cannot move, so how does this happen?
Answer: it is carried by insects, animals, water or the wind.
- In animals, it happens differently, because the animals can move by themselves.
- Let us now look at how sexual reproduction happens in humans.
- Show and explain PRESENTATION 5: Sexual Reproduction in Humans: The Human Life Cycle (Part 1).