Week 5 – 1st Quarter Daily Lesson Log | September 25 – 29, 2023 DLLs
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Creating Engaging Learning Experiences in Lesson Planning
When it comes to lesson planning, flexibility is key. We want to make sure students can interact with each other and their teachers in enriching ways. But how do we make this happen? Well, it depends on what we’re trying to achieve and what we’re teaching. Flexibility means being open to change not only in the number of students in a group but also where they are like in classrooms, on field trips, in the school grounds or even in the library. It also means being flexible with when we have our lessons. If we take a more global approach to teaching and learning, strict schedules based on subjects might not work.
Now, let’s break down the types of activities we can use in lesson planning in simpler terms:
Motivation and Introduction Activities: These are activities that get students interested in what they’re about to learn. We need to show them how the topic connects to their lives. It could be through a catchy title, an exciting story or by showing them why it’s useful. Sometimes, using things like movies can help make the topic more engaging. The idea is to make students curious and eager to learn. Activities could include watching videos, analyzing articles or discussing topics related to the subject.
Previous Knowledge Activities: These activities help us understand what students already know about a topic. We can do this through tests, interviews, debates or even role-playing. By knowing what they already understand (or misunderstand), we can tailor our teaching to their needs.
Development Activities: This is where students learn new concepts and skills. We want them to think critically, make hypotheses and maybe even do experiments. It’s about digging deeper into the subject matter.
Consolidation Activities: After students have learned new things, we want them to compare what they know now to what they knew before. This helps them synthesize their knowledge and come to conclusions. It’s like putting the puzzle pieces together.
Special Education Activities: Not all students learn at the same pace or in the same way. Some might need extra help while others may need more challenging activities. We should create activities that cater to all students’ needs.
With all of these, we encounter different situations while teaching. This calls for different approaches:
Big Group: This works well for sharing information through talks or presentations. It can be an initial introduction or a final summary.
Team Work: When it comes to research or teamwork, this approach shines. It helps students work together on projects and develop their skills.
Individual Work: Sometimes, students need to work on their own to reflect, develop habits, or solve problems. This allows for personal growth and exploration.
The way we organize our lessons and content determines the strategies we use. If we’re taking a global approach, we might use methods like focusing on key points, working on projects, or investigating specific topics. Lesson planning is all about adapting to our students’ needs and creating engaging learning experiences. So, stay flexible, be creative and watch your students thrive.
Week 5 – 1st Quarter Daily Lesson Log |
September 25 – 29, 2023 DLLs
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