12th Grade Plant Protection Lesson Plan Example (Plant Protection Science)

Topic: Plant protection

Objectives & Outcomes

  • By the end of this lesson, students will be able to understand the different types of plant protection and how they can be implemented to ensure the health and welfare of plants.


  • Diagrams of different types of plant protection
  • Examples of materials and equipment used for plant protection (e.g. pesticides, protective clothing, etc.)


  • Ask students to share any experiences they have had with plants and plant protection.
  • Write their responses on the board and discuss as a class.

Direct Instruction

  • Introduce the topic of plant protection and explain that it is the process of protecting plants from threats such as pests and diseases.
  • Discuss the various threats that plants face, including insects, fungi, and diseases.
  • Show students pictures or videos of various pests and diseases and discuss the symptoms and effects that they have on plants.
  • Provide students with handouts that provide more detailed information about specific pests and diseases.
  • Discuss the various methods of plant protection, such as using pesticides, growing resistant varieties, and using natural remedies.

Guided Practice

  • Have students work in small groups to research and present information on a specific pest or disease that affects plants.
  • Each group should present their information to the class and discuss the methods of plant protection that can be used to combat the threat.
  • As a class, brainstorm ideas for how to protect plants from the threat that was presented.

Independent Practice

  • Have students create a poster or presentation to share with the class on a method of plant protection that they found to be particularly effective.
  • Encourage students to include real-life examples or research findings to support their recommendations.


  • Review the key points of the lesson and have students share their posters or presentations.
  • Ask students to reflect on what they learned and how they can apply this knowledge to their own lives.


  • Observe students during the independent practice activity and provide feedback on their understanding of the material.
  • Use the closure activity as a form of assessment to evaluate students' ability to apply their knowledge of plant protection.

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