Week 1 – 2nd Quarter Daily Lesson Log | Nov. 7-11, 2022 DLLs

Welcome! We are now in the 2nd quarter for school year 2022 -2023. To help teachers translate effective lesson planning into student learning and achieve the desired learning outcomes, our pre-made weekly K–12 Daily Lesson Logs that are aligned with the most recent Curriculum Guide for each grade level are now available for download. You can see the download links for Week 1 – 2nd Quarter Daily Lesson Log | Nov. 7-11, 2022 DLLs below.

Effective Lesson Planning

Planning may not always translate into effective learning. Students may not learn as well even when lesson plans are meticulously completed. In lesson planning, there are typical pitfalls to avoid:

  • Activity-focused planning: This method involves teachers selecting a good activity and then designing the learning objective backwards to fit the activity’s expected consequences.
  • Coverage-focused design, on the other hand, starts with the learning objectives of others before taking the requirements of the students into account. It may refer to a task to complete the curriculum or a goal toward an evaluation.
  • Excessive planning, such as setting too many goals or exercises. Attempting to cover too much ground and failing to bring the goal down. This planning is inefficient.

Teachers must acknowledge that they mostly emphasize instruction while lesson planning, and they must learn how to speak about learning outcomes instead. According to research, good planning requires the following components:

  • Prior accomplishment: the students’ starting grades
  • Tailored learning: the desired outcomes
  • Advancement: the speed of change from the beginning to the end.
  • Collaboration among teachers

We are aware that a student’s past success has a significant influence on their current success. This indicates that the students’ contributions to the classroom are a reliable indicator of their future success. It is the responsibility of the teacher to correct this and keep in mind that those who are behind in their learning make the same progress. This is why lesson planning should start with teachers getting a thorough picture of what students currently know and can do.

There are two aspects of lesson design to take into account when considering focused instruction, or where teachers want students to end up:

1 Be specific about the learning goal or objective; this is what you are supposed to learn.

2 Have success criteria so you can determine whether or not the knowledge has been retained.

When the students have understood the principles and understandings is what the instructor needs to know, not when the students have finished the tasks. Setting goals that are properly difficult and then arranging the learning environment to enable students to achieve those goals constitute effective lesson planning. To create an effective evaluation and give students precise feedback on how to succeed, it is imperative to have specific learning objectives.

Week 1 – 2nd Quarter Daily Lesson Log | Nov. 7-11, 2022 DLLs

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