Week 1 – 3rd Quarter Daily Lesson Log | Jan. 31 – Feb. 2, 2024 DLLs
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Ethos in Lesson Planning
Ethos, in the context of lesson planning refers to the characteristic spirit and prevalent tone of a community or institution. While it may be challenging to precisely define and measure ethos, its importance in education cannot be understated. Despite being underrepresented in professional literature, the ethos of an institution plays a crucial role in shaping its identity.
Newcomers to an institution, such as students, teachers or visitors offer valuable insights into its ethos. During the initial period, individuals are acutely aware of the distinguishing features of the institution. Capturing these observations through informal notes, journal-keeping, or conversations can provide invaluable information about the ethos. However, this window of opportunity is limited, as individuals quickly adapt to the ethos and start taking its features for granted.
Another approach to understanding an institution’s ethos is to focus on the relationship between teachers and pupils. This central relationship reflects the ethos and can be assessed through two main components: distance and status. The distance component considers whether the relationship should be close, characterized by friendliness and warmth, or more distant, characterized by formality and coolness. The status component examines the ideal relative status of pupils and teachers – whether they should be on an equal level or if one should have a higher status.
By plotting these components on a spectrum, one can gain insights into the predominant views of the ideal relationship within an institution. Comparing different educational institutions based on these views reveals the diversity in ethos. The implications of these differences extend to teaching practices, as they influence how teachers interact with students.
While the concept of ethos may seem subtle, it can be simplified on a sensible level by focusing on the relationship between teachers and pupils. Recognizing that differences in ethos can be captured through variations in this relationship, with key variables being distance and status, provides a practical framework for understanding and navigating the educational environment. Although official documents may not explicitly state an institution’s ethos, examining the stated aims and values can offer useful insights into its character. Ultimately, a nuanced understanding of ethos contributes to effective lesson planning and a harmonious educational experience.
Week 1 – 3rd Quarter Daily Lesson Log |
Jan. 31 – Feb. 2, 2024 DLLs
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