By: Dustin Howell
Janet Jenkins’ Biology II classes dissected the parts of a flower in a lab to learn about botany. The students worked in groups to take apart the flower given to each group. The students observed the visible parts of the flower and drew what they saw without the aid of the microscope. After they finished taking the flower apart, they observed particular parts of the flower under the microscope to see and draw what they normally couldn’t see with their eyes.
"It was a good chance for the students to be able to observe the parts of a flower." Said Jenkins about the flower dissection lab.