New! Grade 5 Daily Lesson Log – 4th Quarter
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>>> Features of the K to 12 Curriculum
According to the Department of Education, in preparing daily lessons, teachers are encouraged to emphasize the features of the K to 12 curriculum as discussed briefly below:
- The K to 12 curriculum follows a spiral progression of content. This means that students learn concepts while young and learn the same concepts repeatedly at a higher degree of complexity as they move from one grade level to another. According to Bruner (1960), this helps learners organize their knowledge, connect what they know, and master it. Teachers should make sure that in preparing lessons, learners are able to revisit previously encountered topics with an increasing level of complexity and that lessons build on previous learning.
- The K to 12 curriculum views learners as active constructors of knowledge. This means that in planning lessons, teachers should provide learners with opportunities to organize or re-organize their thinking and construct knowledge that is meaningful to them. This can be done by ensuring that lessons engage and challenge learners and tap into the learners’ zone of proximal development (ZPD) or the distance between the learners’ actual development level and the level of potential development (Vygotsky 1978). Vygotsky (1978) suggests that to do this, teachers can employ strategies that allow collaboration among learners, so that learners of varying skills can benefit from interaction with one another.
- All K to 12 teachers are encouraged to differentiate their teaching in order to help different kinds of learners meet the outcomes expected in each lesson. Differentiation or differentiated instruction means providing multiple learning options in the classroom so that learners of varying interests, abilities, and needs are able to take in the same content appropriate to their needs
- Section 5 of RA 10533 or the Enhanced Basic Education Act of 2013 states that the K to 12 curriculum shall be learner-centered, inclusive and developmentally appropriate, relevant, responsive, research-based, culture-sensitive, contextualized, global, and flexible enough to allow schools to localize, indigenize, and enhance the same based on their respective educational and social contexts. K to 12 teachers are allowed to use contextualization strategies in their lessons.
Source: Department of Education
Grade 5 Daily Lesson Log – 4th Quarter
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