What is growing? Who lives? How do the inhabitants of the reservoir live

Teacher: Where will we look for answers to the questions that have arisen ? (Slide 11)

2) Work on the textbook . Filling out the card (Slide 12)

Biologists. (Textbook from 59 – 60)

Group_ “Biologists”

What plants grow in ponds?

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Group “Zoologists” (textbook from 62-63)

What animals live in water bodies?

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3) Protection of the mini-project “Plants of water bodies” of the group “Biologists” (Slide 13)

A) Viewing presentations of the “Biologists” group

B) message

B) riddles

D) drawings

D) crafts

Drawing up a diagram on the board: (Slide 14)

The role of plants in the reservoir

food for animals house for animals produce oxygen

(Slide15) It’s interesting : Do you know? Why are water lilies interesting?

The water lily has a flower – a clock. Her buds pop up and begin to open at 7 o’clock in the morning, and close at 5 o’clock in the evening. ( Slide 15.1)

Often next to the white water lily you can find large yellow flowers of the capsule. (Slide 15.2)

The flowers of the yellow capsule do not hide under water at night. They are simply visible on the water on a bright short June night. The capsule is not just a decoration of reservoirs, but also a medicinal plant.

What can you add about the protection of this plant? ( it is listed in the Red Book ) (Slide 15.3)

IV Fizminutka “Funny frogs” (Slide 16)

V Continued work on new material

1) Protection of the mini-project of the group “Zoologists” (Slide 17)

A) presentation “Animals of the reservoir”

B) message

B) riddles

D) drawings

D) crafts

( Slide 18)

The name of which animals of the reservoir speak of their life in the water? ( water strider, swimming beetle, pond snail ) (Slide 19)

2) Indicate with arrows what leads to what : (Slide 20)

1. Water is drained into reservoirs from industrial enterprises. a) swamps begin to form
2. Caught bivalves. b) oxygen enters the water for respiration of fish
3. The whole lake is overgrown with reeds, reeds, arrowheads, algae. c) water bodies are polluted and plants and animals die
4. In winter, fishermen made holes in the ice. d) the water has become cloudy in the reservoir

VI Consolidation (by groups)

Work in notebooks

Test number 1.

1). Roots at the bottom of the reservoir has:

a) reed b) duckweed c) algae

2). The legs are covered with fat, so this animal glides through the water:

a) swimming beetle b) tadpole c) water strider

3).Soft body protected by shell:

a) crayfish b) molluscs c) herons

4). Water is passed through their body:

a) beavers b) otters c) clams

5). The predator of the reservoir is:

a) pike b) crucian carp c) pond snail

Check yourself:

Answers: a), c), b), c), a).

Test number 2.

1) Float on the surface of the reservoir:

a) reed b) water lily c) duckweed

2).Move on the surface of the water:

a) crayfish b) water striders c) pikes

3). Herbivorous animals of fresh water include:

a) water striders b) swimming beetles c) tadpoles

4). Shellfish include:

a) reel b) cattail c) muskrat

Check yourself:

Answers: c), b), c), a).

Summing up the jury.

The game “Who is faster” Riddles.

1. Crawls on the contrary,

Backwards,

All by water

Grabs a claw. (cancer)

2. Parents and children

All clothing made from coins. (fish)

3. At the bottom, where it is quiet and dark,

A mustachioed log lies.

(som)

4. Tail wags,

Toothy, not barking. (pike)

5. Who has eyes on horns and a house on his back?

(snail)

6. Blue airplane

Sat on a white dandelion.

(dragonfly)

7. Motley cracker

Catches frogs

He walks around, stumbling.

(duck)

VII Reflection

Compose a syncwine with the word ” lesson “( Slide 21)

Lesson

2 verbs (teaches, develops)

3 adjectives (funny, interesting, informative)

Great

We had an interesting lesson

(Slide 22)

VIII D.Z. textbook pp. 59 – 63, R.t. from 25-26

Summarizing

(Slide 23)

The lesson of the world around

Class

Primary school teacher

MKOU “Secondary School No. 21” IMRSK

Shcherbakova A.S.

Academic year

Group “Biologists”

one). The roots at the bottom of the reservoir has:

a) reed b) duckweed c) algae

2). The legs are covered in fat, so this animal glides through the water:

a) swimming beetle b) tadpole c) water strider

3). The soft body is protected by a shell:

a) crayfish b) molluscs c) herons

4). They pass water through their body.

a) beavers b) otters c) clams

5). one of the orderlies of the reservoir is:

a) cancer b) frog c) pond snail

For the jury:

Total correct answers ___________points _____________

Group “Zoologists”

1) Float on the surface of the reservoir:

a) reed b) water lily c) duckweed

2). Moving on the surface of the water:

a) crayfish b) water striders c) pikes

3). Herbivores in fresh water include:

a) water striders b) swimming beetles c) tadpoles

4). Shellfish include:

a) reel b) cattail c) muskrat

5) The smallest inhabitant of the reservoir:

a) tadpole b) pond snail c) daphnia

For the jury:

Total correct answers ___________points _____________

Group “Zoologists”

Point out with arrows what leads to what :

1. Water is drained into reservoirs from industrial enterprises. a) swamps begin to form
2. Caught bivalves. b) oxygen enters the water for respiration of fish
3. The whole lake is overgrown with reeds, reeds, arrowheads, algae. c) water bodies are polluted and plants and animals die
4. In winter, fishermen made holes in the ice. d) the water has become cloudy in the reservoir

Group “Biologists”

Point out with arrows what leads to what :

1. Water is drained into reservoirs from industrial enterprises. a) swamps begin to form
2. Caught bivalves. b) oxygen enters the water for respiration of fish
3. The whole lake is overgrown with reeds, reeds, arrowheads, algae. c) water bodies are polluted and plants and animals die
4. In winter, fishermen made holes in the ice. d) the water has become cloudy in the reservoir

Group_ “Biologists”

Read pages 59-60 in your textbook. Answer the question “What plants grow in water bodies?” Write it down.

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Group “Zoologists”

Read pages 62-63 in your textbook. Answer the question “What animals live in water bodies?” Write it down.

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Group “Biologists”

“Plants and Animals of the Field”.

Horizontally

4. A ball has grown on a green fragile leg near the track.
The breeze rustled and dispelled this ball.

6. Hey, bells, blue color – with a tongue, but no ringing!

8. White basket, golden bottom.

Vertically

1. Spring jumps – green back –
From grass to blade of grass, from branch to path.

2. Above the flower flickers, dances,
Waving a patterned fan.

3. Although she stings painfully,
We are satisfied with her work.

5. I do not buzz when I sit,
I don’t buzz when I walk.
If I spin in the air
I’m going to have a good time here.

7. In rich clothes, but blind himself,
Lives without a window, never seen the sun.

Group “Zoologists”

“Plants and Animals of the Field”.

Horizontally

4. A ball has grown on a green fragile leg near the track.
The breeze rustled and dispelled this ball.

6. Hey, bells, blue color – with a tongue, but no ringing!

8. White basket, golden bottom.

Vertically

1. Spring jumps – green back –
From grass to blade of grass, from branch to path.

2. Above the flower flickers, dances,
Waving a patterned fan.

3. Although she stings painfully,
We are satisfied with her work.

5. I do not buzz when I sit,
I don’t buzz when I walk.
If I spin in the air
I’m going to have a good time here.

7. In rich clothes, but blind himself,
Lives without a window, never seen the sun.

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