Week 7 – 2nd Quarter Daily Lesson Log | January 3 – 5, 2024 DLLs
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Sequencing in Lesson Planning
The organization of lessons plays a crucial role in effective teaching. Teachers pave the way for students’ success by carefully planning the order of lessons, ensuring that knowledge is built upon solid foundations. Research suggests that teachers should not plan lessons in isolation. Rather, they must consider the sequence of lessons to facilitate better understanding.
For beginner teachers, there is often a lack of idea development in lesson planning. When teachers fail to plan sequences effectively, students may receive isolated concepts without clear connections. This can leave students struggling to link ideas on their own, leading to misconceptions and misunderstandings.
On the other hand, effective teachers not only focus on sequencing lessons but also exhibit flexibility when adjustments are needed. High-achieving teachers excel at incorporating mini-lessons opportunistically during ongoing lessons. Even small adjustments in the sequence, made by the teacher, can have a positive impact on student achievement.
The most successful classrooms achieve a balance of skill instruction. Proper sequencing of skills can significantly influence student achievement. In addition to overall lesson sequencing, it’s vital to arrange the components within individual lessons appropriately. This not only provides order and familiarity to students but also ensures comprehensive coverage of all aspects of the lesson.
Effective teachers follow a set of explicit strategies when teaching concepts and skills. They begin lessons with clear goals and a review of previous learning, present new material in small steps and provide ample practice for all students. They ask questions, check for understanding and guide students during initial practice. Moreover, they offer systematic feedback, corrections and explicit instruction during seatwork exercises.
The primary teaching method employed by more effective teachers involves explicit, step-by-step instruction. This approach allows teachers to provide clear directions, logically explain concepts, use modeling effectively, give feedback and adapt information as needed. Recognizing the importance of context, effective teachers know when to adopt a transmission view and when to embrace a constructivist view in their teaching methods.
The thoughtful sequencing of lessons is a cornerstone of effective teaching. It not only ensures a logical progression of knowledge but also helps prevent misconceptions and misunderstandings. Skillful teachers combine explicit instruction with flexibility, providing a well-rounded learning experience for their students.
Week 7 – 2nd Quarter Daily Lesson Log |
January 3 – 5, 2024 DLLs
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