Week 2 – 3rd Quarter Daily Lesson Log | February 5 – 9, 2024 DLLs

Greetings and welcome! To help teachers avoid confusion, set clear expectations and create a positive learning environment through planning with well-defined objectives that contributes to a smoother teaching experience and improved student performance, we are pleased to offer our ready-made Week 2 – 3rd Quarter Daily Lesson Log | February 5 – 9, 2024 DLLs that adhere with the latest Curriculum Guide for every grade level. Below, you’ll find the links to access the weekly K–12 Daily Lesson Logs for download.

Importance of Clear Lesson Planning and Expectations for Teachers

Lesson planning is essential and this becomes evident in various situations. Many times, teachers enter a class thinking they are fully prepared, having defined objectives, prepared resources and rehearsed content. However, it’s common to realize during the lesson that they are unclear about the level of expectation.

When students engage in tasks like discussions or writing, it’s essential to ask: are they performing at the expected level? Sometimes, students themselves are unsure of what’s expected, making it challenging to clarify later. Alternatively, teachers may feel uncertain about the acceptability of student responses. This uncertainty can quickly spread through the class, lowering the overall expected level of performance in both work quality and behavior.

A helpful solution is to mentally visualize the lesson before teaching. For instance, when planning group work, teachers should anticipate the activities or discussions they expect. They should also identify potential areas where students might misunderstand and take steps to prevent this.

Setting objectives rigorously can make answering these questions easier. Objectives usually imply a certain level of expectation. Teachers can consider notional levels of performance which are: Beginning, Emerging Competence, Proficiency and Expertise.

Reflecting on typical activities in a course can also be enlightening. Imagine how the same activity would appear under different expectations and consider ways to make expectations clear each time.

To ensure clarity, teachers must determine the work students will be required to do on two levels. Firstly, they need to consider the mode of learning and decide which channels the lesson will involve. Secondly, teachers should delve into more detail, considering which specific resources students will use, which part of a video they will watch and how many questions they will attempt in an exercise.

Week 2 – 3rd Quarter Daily Lesson Log |
February 5 – 9, 2024 DLLs

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