Week 4 – 1st Quarter Daily Lesson Log | September 18 – 22, 2023 DLLs

Greetings and welcome! To help empower teachers with greater creative freedom and the flexibility to employ lesson preparation structure they deemed most effective, we offer ready-made Week 4 – 1st Quarter Daily Lesson Log | September 18 – 22, 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 Basic Skills

In education, we often hear about the significance of basic skills, but what do they really mean and why are they so important? Basic skills are the essential abilities that students need to acquire during their school years. These skills lay the foundation for students to not only gain knowledge but also apply it effectively in their lives.

When students embark on their educational journey, they must develop basic skills to thrive in various aspects of life. These skills are vital for personal growth, active citizenship, successful adaptation to adulthood and a lifelong pursuit of learning. To ensure that students acquire these skills, it is crucial to integrate them into the curriculum and teachers’ lesson planning.

However, integrating basic skills into education is not a straightforward task. There is no one-size-fits-all approach and different subjects and departments contribute to the development of various skills. Each department plays a unique role in nurturing these competences, making education a holistic experience.

The key to implementing basic skills effectively is to create an environment where both teachers and students actively engage in learning. This involves formal classroom instruction, informal interactions and non-formal learning experiences. By encompassing different types of content and applying them to various situations, students can become adept at using their knowledge to make informed decisions.

The following are essential basic skills that should be incorporated in lesson planning:

  • Language Communication Skill: This skill revolves around using language for effective oral and written communication, comprehension of information and expression of thoughts and emotions. It also fosters conflict resolution and the ability to communicate in foreign languages.
  • Mathematical Skill: Mathematical skill involves understanding numbers, basic operations, symbols and logical reasoning. It equips students to solve everyday problems and make informed decisions using mathematical knowledge.
  • Knowledge and Interaction with the real world skills: This skill encourages students to apply scientific and technical thinking to evaluate information critically. It also emphasizes ethical considerations related to science and technology such as responsible consumption and environmental awareness.
  • Information Access and Digital Skills: In today’s digital age, being efficient, responsible and critical in accessing and using information is vital. These skills also involve evaluating the quality of available information sources.
  • Social and Citizenship Skills: These skills help students understand and navigate the complexities of society. They encourage ethical judgment, contributing to the betterment of society and promoting peace and democracy.
  • Artistic and Cultural Skills: Art and culture are integral to our heritage. Students should gain knowledge of artistic techniques, cultural expressions and heritage conservation. Appreciating and enjoying art and culture are also important aspects of this skill.
  • Learn to Learn Skills: This skill emphasizes self-awareness and the ability to manage one’s knowledge effectively. It includes cooperation, self-assessment and intellectual work techniques.
  • Independence and Personal Initiative: Encouraging students to imagine, initiate, and manage individual actions and projects with confidence, creativity, responsibility and critical thinking is essential.

Week 4 – 1st Quarter Daily Lesson Log |
September 18 – 22, 2023 DLLs

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