First, we provide the students with theoretical differences between different types of tissues in a plant and point to the main differences between sections in stems or roots, and how to differentiate between them in both monocot and dicot plants, then we move to apply all this practically, examining different transition sections through different plants. We assist them to professionally use the microscope at different powers. The whole semester they are asked to examine sections and draw all types of tissues they can recognize and differentiate under microscope. We proof their hand drawings periodically and evaluate their progress by a short exam. We carefully keep a collection of all plant sections to be studied in special boxes the whole semester and return these back to the department at the end of the semester to be available for other colleagues who will be assigned to participate in demonstrating these classes next year.