Week 5 – 3rd Quarter Daily Lesson Log | March 13 – 17, 2023 DLLs

Welcome! To help teachers on their lesson pre-planning and lesson preparations, we have ready-made weekly K–12 Daily Lesson Logs that are in line with the most recent Curriculum Guide for each grade level accessible for download. The download links for Week 5 – 3rd Quarter Daily Lesson Log | March 13-17, 2023 DLLs can be seen below.

Lesson Planning

There are various ways to visualize lesson planning. The first is when teachers delegate their planning to the course book. They adopt a lesson or unit and present it exactly as the book does. Second, when teachers make a few notes in a notebook or file. These can be the title of a project or a list of lessons. The notes may occasionally be more detailed than this. Third, when they approach the class, teachers mentally arrange some hazy aspect of the hallway.

The first steps of lesson preparation typically include: how to start planning, variation, sequencing and timing, individual variances, student conversation and teacher talk, and adapting to a predefined curriculum. This is especially true for teachers with little experience.

Before teachers actually establish a plan for what will happen in their session, they go through a stage that may be conscious or subconscious. Teachers begin the process by gathering ideas, resources, and potential beginning points during this pre-planning phase.

Teachers must be conversant with both the text book and the curriculum that the students will be using before they can start planning. Based on the curriculum, the teachers may establish what the conceptual target and the purpose of the lesson will be and put that down as the overall objective. Create three or more distinct objectives for the lesson after taking the requirements of the students into consideration.

Based on the written objectives, the teacher may choose which exercises to create, modify, eliminate, or add to if the pupils have a text book. Finally, explain the goal of each task as enabling objectives. Next, carefully outline step-by-step procedures for carrying out all activities, especially those that involve adjustments. Pre-planning ideas might originate from a wide range of sources, such as something they have observed. These advance planning suggestions are typically based on the teachers’ understanding of the personalities of the pupils, both as an individual and a group, as well as their level and capacity.

Week 5 – 3rd Quarter Daily Lesson Log | March 13-17, 2023 DLLs

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  1. Shaynemae says:

    Thank you so much…

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