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09 April 2011

Biologi SMA X RPP 4 ( In English )



BIOLOGY LESSON PLAN 4

LESSON PLAN

Subjects                          : Biology                             
Grade/Semester             : X (Ten)/ 1
Meeting                          : 5 and 6
Time Allocation             : 4 sessions

Standard of Competence: 2.   Understanding the principles of classification of living organisms

Basic Competence               : 2.2 Describing the characteristics of Archaebacteria and Eubacteria   and their roles in life
Aim                                         : Students should be able to understand the structure, the body  function, the classification of prokaryotes, and the roles of Eubacteria and Archaebacteria



I.                   Objectives
·         Explaining the meaning of prokaryotes
·         Drawing kinds of cell shapes and Eubacteria colonies
·         Giving explanation about the structure and the function of bacteria cell
·         Differentiating the structure of Eubacteria and Archebacteria
·         Describing the roles of bacterium in human life

II.                            Topics of Learning
    • The meaning of prokaryotes E
    • The characteristics of Eubacteria
§  Cell shape and Eubacteria colonies
      • Cell structure of Eubacteria
      • Life cycle of Eubacteria
      • Bacteria reproductioon
    • The classification of Eubacteria
    • The differences of Archaebacteria and Eubacteria
    • The examples of archaebacteria
    • The roles of bacterium in human life


III.             Learning Methodology
·         Discussion-Assigning-Observation

IV.              Learning Steps

Meeting 5 (2 sessions)

A.     Pre-activity (10 minutes)
·         The teacher asks about several bacteria-caused diseases and bacteria-used in food production.
·         The teacher and the students determine the roles of bacterium in human life.
B.     While activity (70 minutes)
·         The teacher asks the students to prepare tools and materials for bacterium observation  in activity 4.1 and 4.2.
·         The students prepare the tools and materials, and do the structure-of-bacterium observation.
C.     Post-activity (10 minutes)
·         The students return the observation tools and materials.
·         The students write an observation report.
·         The students turn in the report.

Meeting 6 (2 sessions)

A.     Pre-activity (15 minutes)
·         The teacher asks the report of the bacterium observation result.
·         The teacher and the students discuss the common characteristics of prokaryotes.
·         The teacher and the students discuss groups of prokaryotes.
B.     While activity (65 minutes)
·         The teacher and the students identify several cell shapes and Eubacteria colonies.
·         The teacher and the students discuss the structure and the roles of bacteria cell.
·         The teacher and the students discuss several samples of Eubacteria.
·         The teacher and the students discuss the differences between Eubacteria and Archaebacteria.
·         The teacher and the students discuss the roles of bacteria in human life.
C.     Post-activity (10 minutes)
·         The teacher assigns the students an individual activity at home to practice making yoghurt in activity 4.4.

VI. Tool/Material/Source
·         Biology 1A workbook, Esis
·         Biology 1A text-book, Esis, Chapter 4
·         Bacteria breeding
·         Water pond
·         Microscope, object glass, and cover glass

VII. Evaluation
·         Report of bacteria observation result
·         Competency written test

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