Week 9 – 2nd Quarter Daily Lesson Log | January 15 – 19, 2024 DLLs

Greetings and welcome! To support teachers in creating effective didactic units that contribute to a holistic and systemic lessons, promoting integrated learning experiences for students, we are pleased to offer our ready-made Week 9 – 2nd Quarter Daily Lesson Log | January 15 – 19, 2024 DLLs that adhere with the latest Curriculum Guide for every grade level. Below, you’ll find the links to access the weekly K–12 Daily Lesson Logs for download.

Planning Effective Lessons

Creating a lesson plan might sound complex, but breaking it down into smaller parts can make it easier. One essential element is the “didactic unit,” which is like a chapter in a book that covers goals, what you’re teaching, how you’ll teach it and how you’ll check if students understand.

To plan a didactic unit, start by figuring out what you want students to learn. Identify the main goals and decide which topics are crucial. You also need to know which topics support these main goals. Then, plan different activities to help students understand the content. Use various groupings, resources and evaluation methods to make sure every student gets the best educational experience based on their skills and interests.

There are two ways to approach didactic unit planning: deductive and inductive. Deductive means you start with your main goals and work down to specific activities, while inductive means you look at tasks and build your plan from there. Both strategies aim to create a holistic learning experience that considers all aspects of a student’s education.

A didactic unit includes several components, like the title which should be interesting and grab students’ attention. The title can be a statement, a problem or a question related to the topic. Next are the didactic goals, which are the main things students should learn. These goals can be categorized based on different criteria such as the level of formulation, content extension, domain, taxonomic category, relative importance and assessment moment.

When setting goals, consider what students should achieve in the short and long term. You can describe these goals from the student’s perspective or use a pattern like “infinitive + direct object + finality” to outline specific content and its purpose.

Effective lesson planning involves breaking down the learning process into manageable parts considering students’ needs and creating engaging activities that align with specific goals. By using these simple strategies, teachers can design lessons that cater to diverse learners and enhance overall educational experiences.

Week 9 – 2nd Quarter Daily Lesson Log |
January 15 – 19, 2024 DLLs

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