Week 3 – 1st Quarter Daily Lesson Log | September 11 – 15, 2023 DLLs

Greetings and welcome! In order to assist teachers in clarifying their desired student learning outcomes by the conclusion of the instructional session with the aim of fostering a concentrated and purpose-driven pedagogical approach, we offer ready-made Week 3 – 1st Quarter Daily Lesson Log | September 11 – 15, 2023 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.

At DepEd Resources, you will find the download links for the LATEST 1st Quarter Daily Lesson Logs after the article below.

Lesson Planning for Effective Teaching

When it comes to planning lessons, there are questions we often ask ourselves: What is my plan? How will I organize my tasks and activities? What are the goals of this lesson?

When you have a clear understanding of what you want your students to achieve by the end of the lesson, everything else falls into place. You know where you’re heading and you can start thinking about how to get there: what materials to use, how to set up the classroom and more. This clarity allows you to choose or create engaging activities that align with your lesson objectives.

For every lesson you teach and every activity within that lesson, it is helpful to define the objectives. It is crucial to mentally separate the materials you’ll use, the activities you’ll conduct, the language skills you’ll work on, the context or topics you’ll use and the lesson objectives.

You might also have personal goals for each lesson but the primary focus should always be on what your students will achieve. This primary goal is often called the main goal of the lesson.

Planning becomes much simpler when you understand how people learn languages. To create effective lessons, we need to grasp how students acquire language skills.

Language is a system of symbols that enables communication. These symbols can be spoken or written words, gestures or body language. Language is also divided into four fundamental skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Each of these skills needs attention in your teaching.

There are two types of language exposure:

Authentic Exposure: This is when language is used naturally. Examples include reading magazines, listening to conversations, hearing language in class, and reading notices in the classroom. It’s like experiencing the language in real-life situations.

Restricted Exposure: This involves texts specifically designed for learners often focusing on specific language points. These texts are created to provide clear examples of the language you want to teach and are simplified to make learning easier. Grammar books and course book texts fall into this category.

Additionally, there’s the concept of authentic output. This means using the language learners have learned in real communication. It can include discussions, small talk sessions, chatting in a café setting, conducting meetings, completing gap-fill exercises, or repeating sentences to practice.

Week 3 – 1st Quarter Daily Lesson Log |
September 11 – 15, 2023 DLLs

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