Week 10 – 2nd Quarter Daily Lesson Log | January 23 – 27, 2023 DLLs

Welcome! To help teachers on their daily lesson preparation, 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 10 – 2nd Quarter Daily Lesson Log | January 23 – 27, 2023 DLLs can be seen below.

Daily Lesson Preparations

Written lesson plans are the outcome of the lesson planning process, and they can serve as a window through which we can observe how teachers conceptualize the structure of lessons in connection to their specific instructional objectives. A written lesson plan, often known as a daily lesson plan, outlines the educational activities for each day. Writing a lesson plan is a technique that teachers find to be beneficial in planning and getting ready to teach on a daily basis.

Traditional Lesson Plans

Traditional lesson plans are a result of the rational planning approach that was adopted from local, regional, and national planning by the education department. Traditionally, lesson plans are created by establishing objectives, coming up with potential solutions, projecting the results of each solution, and assessing each solution’s efficiency in accomplishing the objectives. There are guide questions to take into account in order for a lesson plan to be productive. What educational goals should the school strive to achieve? What educational experiences may be offered that are likely to achieve these goals? How can these educational experiences be arranged effectively? And how can we tell if these goals are being met?

Choosing learning activities, structuring learning activities, and describing evaluation processes are a few elements in constructing a successful lesson plan. Although most teachers learn how to plan during their higher education years, most choose to plan in a different approach.

Researchers have discovered that administrators typically only require procedural lesson plans for teacher assessment purposes, which emphasizes the procedural component of preparation. The majority of lesson preparation is done mentally rather than on paper because most teachers just create brief sketches of their lesson plans and have a vision of their lesson plans in their heads. Finally, because of the fluid nature of the classroom, teachers are aware that lesson plans will change and are frequently not carried out exactly as anticipated, which lessens the significance of instructional objectives.

Week 10 – 2nd Quarter Daily Lesson Log | January 23 – 27, 2023 DLLs

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