Week 6 – 2nd Quarter Daily Lesson Log | December 12 – 16, 2022 DLLs

Welcome! To help teachers know the right materials to employ in order to best fulfill the needs of the students, 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 6 – 2nd Quarter Daily Lesson Log | December 12 – 16, 2022 DLLs can be seen below.

Reasons for Planning Lessons

According to some sources, theoretical, organizational, psychological, and reflective are the four main goals of lesson planning.

A set of abilities, dispositions, and ideas that the school needs his students to grasp with a primary focus on the theoretical basis of planning are referred to as theoretical. When theoretically planning, the teacher should consider the following questions to assess the viability of his strategy:

  • What skills and information do teachers want their pupils to acquire?
  • What choices regarding objectives and pupils are necessary to be made?
  • Which activity sequences are most effective at achieving learning objectives?
  • What forms of evaluations best reflect the learning outcomes?

Collaborative planning is the most effective technique to provide the answers to these queries. It would be an incredible chance for the instructor to collaborate, gather ideas, and exchange experiences with other educators in order to build and improve the current lesson plan. Multiple viewpoints are reflected in lesson plans that are created, implemented, and assessed by a team of instructors, giving students a more engaging, challenging, and linked educational experience. All aspects of the physical environment that could in some way have an impact on a lesson plan or the learning process are considered organizational.

  • What temporal and geographic considerations influence planning?
  • What budget has been set up?
  • Are there materials on hand?
  • Which demographics are served?
  • What are the pupils’ needs?

Therefore, by working together to prepare lessons, teachers can gain a better understanding of the resources or materials that will be used. Teachers of the same subject or grade level frequently have no idea what resources the school has available for use in the classroom. A more experienced instructor at this level could be helpful for new teachers because seasoned educators frequently know the right materials to employ in order to best fulfill the needs of the students.

Psychological. The teacher’s mental state has a significant impact on his lesson plans; the students may see the teacher’s motivation, self-assurance, and confidence in addition to how he feels about himself.

  • What is the teacher’s degree of confidence?
  • What subject matter knowledge has to be updated or learned?
  • How anxious are teachers when they are unprepared?

When collaborating on lesson plans with more experienced teachers, novice teachers may feel more secure and safe. Less self-assured planners will benefit from stronger teachers, who will in turn help them improve their contributions to the group. As newbies are assimilated into the importance of lesson design, delivery, and review, experienced instructors have the opportunity to contribute to the next generation of educators through collaborative planning.

Reflective. Planning lessons is a lifelong activity rather than something that happens just one day. The teacher should never be happy with his lesson plans; instead, he should constantly tweaking and fine-tuning them until they are flawless. This is what is meant by the term “reflective practitioner” for instructors.

  • What can experience teach us?
  • What is effective or ineffective?
  • What steps should one take to improve their teaching?
  • Are there any curricular gaps that need to be filled?

Even though teachers can reflect on their lessons at any time, there are certain clear advantages to doing so right away, while the experience is still fresh. Since teaching is human labor, which means it will never be flawless but may approach it, the instructor should pay attention to the efficacy, efficacy, and efficiency of his lesson plan.

Week 6 – 2nd Quarter Daily Lesson Log | December 12 – 16, 2022 DLLs

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