Week 9 – 1st Quarter Daily Lesson Log | October 23 – 27, 2023 DLLs
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Lesson planning, both formal and mental is a fundamental aspect of effective teaching. Good teachers must excel in the art of planning as their decisions directly impact every student in their class on a daily basis. This meticulous process is essential for ensuring that each student receives a quality education and it allows teachers to employ teaching methods that cater to the needs of all their students. Lesson planning is a time-honored practice deeply ingrained in the teaching profession as it empowers teachers to enhance their performance by carefully considering their classroom activities and strategies during each lesson.
Formal planning is the part that most people think of when they hear lesson planning. It’s organized and task-focused. During formal planning, teachers consider many things like how to get students interested in the lesson and how students might react.
Mental planning, on the other hand is when teachers make quick decisions during a lesson. It’s not easy to see or talk about because it happens in the teacher’s head.
Both types of planning are essential but formal planning is what we usually talk about. It involves thinking about how to teach the lesson effectively. Different types of planning help teachers do various things in the classroom. Among these, daily lesson planning is very important.
For a teacher to be good at planning, they need to know the subject they are teaching really well. This includes understanding important ideas and how they connect to each other and other subjects. This makes their lessons make more sense.
Good teachers can also make sure that what they teach matches what their students can understand. They consider the students’ backgrounds, interests and skills. They know what they want to achieve with the lesson, how it fits into what they’ve taught before and what they’ll teach next.
Effective teachers know how to keep students interested in their lessons. They add things to the lessons that grab students’ attention. They also try to predict where students might get confused and fix it.
Teachers plan their lessons to make sure all students can learn. They provide extra help for students who need it and challenge those who are doing well. They use what they know about each student to teach in a way that works for everyone.
Week 9 – 1st Quarter Daily Lesson Log |
October 23 – 27, 2023 DLLs
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