Week 2 – 2nd Quarter Daily Lesson Log | Nov. 14-18, 2022 DLLs

Welcome! We are now in the 2nd quarter for school year 2022 -2023. Our pre-made weekly K-12 Daily Lesson Logs, which are in line with the most recent Curriculum Guide for each grade level, are now available for download to assist teachers in achieving more in the classroom while being effective in effecting profound, lasting change for their students. The download links for Week 2 – 2nd Quarter Daily Lesson Log | Nov. 14-18, 2022 DLLs can be seen below.

Lesson structure in lesson planning

Different input and output should be combined in a range of activities during a class. Such variety is advantageous to learners of all comprehension levels. It is more engaging and more likely to culminate in successful learning according to study. Preparation, Presentation/Modeling, Practice, Evaluation, and Expansion are the five components of a successful lesson.

Depending on the subject matter and the activities, the five components of a lesson may be covered in a single class period or may require numerous sessions. Each activity in the lesson should be specified in the lesson plan. Activities including preparation, presentation, and evaluation should only be given eight to ten minutes each. Activities that practice communication could take a little longer.

Preparation. Give students a general overview of the day’s objectives and activities before class starts so they will understand what to expect. Get their prior knowledge of the day’s themes to help them concentrate. To elicit knowledge about the grammar and language use concepts to be covered, employ discussion or homework study. Compare with the pupils’ native tongue to uncover any existing strategies they may have. To get students’ knowledge of the subject they will discuss in activities, have a discussion about what they already do and/or like to do.

Presentation. After completing your preparation, offer the lesson’s and current-issue content along with any pertinent teaching techniques. If the tactic will aid pupils in understanding the lesson’s material, introduce it first. Presentations provide students the linguistic input they need to build a solid basis for their learning. The teacher and the course textbooks provide input. Teachers should make every effort to communicate in the objectives in the classroom in order to improve the amount of information that students obtain in it.

Practice. The emphasis of the lesson switches from the teacher as presenter to the students as successful accomplisher of a certain topic.There can be a knowledge gap that has to be filled in order to do the assignment. When students have queries that they are unable to answer on their own, the teacher keeps an eye on the groups and provides as a resource. Students progress in their collaborative work from exercise result to communicative output, which has the communication task as its primary goal. Instead of being a means to an end, language becomes a tool. Learners must employ a variety of communication techniques along with any and all of the languages they are familiar with. Success is determined by whether the student comprehends the material.

Evaluation. Reconvene the class to review the lesson after each student has finished the communication practice exercise. Ask students to share instances of how they completed the communication task using the topic learning content. The purpose of evaluation is to reaffirm the subject that was first covered in the lesson, give students a chance to ask usage and style-related questions, allow the teacher to assess each student’s understanding and learning, and bring the class to a close.

Expansion. Students can apply the knowledge they have learned in the classroom to conditions outside of it through expansion activities. Out-of-class observation assignments are an example of an expansion activity. The instructor will ask the students to discover instances of a concept or to apply a technique, then report back.

Week 2 – 2nd Quarter Daily Lesson Log | Nov. 14-18, 2022 DLLs

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  1. Myra says:

    Appreciate these files. Really helps! Kudos

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