Week 4 – 2nd Quarter DLL | September 2 – 6, 2019 Daily Lesson Log

Welcome to school year 2019 – 2020! To help you in your lesson preparations, you can now download K to 12 Daily lesson Logs aligned with the current Curriculum Guide for each grade level. Preparing Daily Lesson Logs is very crucial. It consumes a lot of time especially when we lack the required learning materials and teachers guides. Worry no more, we aim to make your work a lot easier. Visit this website regularly to get the latest and updated Daily Lesson Logs. Here  you will find the download links for the Week 4 – 2nd Quarter DLL | September 2 – 6, 2019 Daily Lesson Log

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  • DepEd Statement on the No-Homework Policy Bills

    With its issuance of the “Guidelines on Giving Homework or Assignment to All Public Elementary School Pupils,” otherwise known as DepEd Memorandum No. 392, series 2010, the Department of Education (DepEd) reiterates its commitment to the holistic development of learners inside and outside the classroom.

    The said issuance aims to enable learners to have more quality time with their parents, family, and friends by limiting the homework/assignment to a reasonable quantity on school days and by eliminating the same during weekends.

    It is in this regard that the Department supports the no-homework policy proposed by legislators from the House of Representatives. By ensuring that they complete all assignments and projects in school, the no-homework policy enables our learners to find balance between their academic development and personal growth by having ample time for enjoyable activities with family.

    The Department will further study the other provisions of the bills to determine the repercussions on the current teaching and learning process.

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  • DepEd Sec. Briones Discusses Education in Fourth Industrial Revolution, Age of Artificial Intelligence

    “One of the most significant developments on Earth, at this time, is what we describe as the Fourth Industrial Revolution… And this is the march of the world — including all of us — into the digital age.”

    Department of Education (DepEd) Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones shared this when she discussed public policy in education in the context of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (FIRe) during the 118th Founders’ Day of Silliman University in Dumaguete City on August 25.

    The Education chief explained how FIRe, which includes artificial intelligence (AI), profoundly transforms institutions at an increasingly rapid pace — the way they work, the quality of their work, and how they produce things.

    “Identities, communities, and political structures are changed,” she added.

    21st century challenges 
    Briones likewise mentioned that with AI increasing access to education by breaking through language and physical barriers, there is so much data available for the 21st century learners.

    “The challenge is to teach our learners how to analyze, how to make sense of the data that they are being flooded with. We have to develop the capacity not only for the learners, but for us teachers and for us institutions producing the teachers to discern what data is relevant,” the Secretary emphasized.

    She also cited the need to teach the learners how to synthesize these data and how to make sense of the world which is always changing.

    Teaching and innovation 
    Pointing out that the quality of learners is largely shaped by the quality of teachers, Briones — a teacher and a Sillimanian herself — underscored the crucial role of teachers as guides, managers, and listeners, among many others.

    “We are interested in the teachers, in the curriculum that produce the teachers who teach our learners. The challenge to all of us, especially our teachers, is to change the way we teach our learners to continually adapt to global trends such as FIRe and the rise of AI,” she shared.

    The Education Secretary also mentioned the teachers who won global awards in recognition of their teaching innovations.  This, she added, “is what we want our learners to absorb to be able to innovate and be relevant to the changing time.”

    ‘Reprieving our humanity’
    The Secretary of Education further argued that even with FIRe and AI on the rise, “we have to reprieve our humanity.” She likewise emphasized the need to train people in jobs and skills that only humans possess.

    “Social caring — that can only happen from human teachers,” Briones cited as an example.

    She also shared the need to balance science, technology, engineering, and mathematics with humanities and the social sciences: “If we concentrate only on catching up on science and technology but forget of history, of culture, arts, and what makes us different, what makes us Filipinos, where will we get our soul?”

    Further, she highlighted the challenge to produce a new breed of learners who think critically, analyze, synthesize, and find solutions to the problems of the world, given that the values of society are changing.

    Briones concluded that “in a just, peaceful, and sustainable world, we should not be robots.”

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  • ECCD Council, Save the Children Launch Nurturing Care Framework, Media Packages for Filipino Children

In order to promote nurturing care for early childhood development and strengthen support among various sectors to invest on young children, the Early Childhood Care and Development (ECCD) Council — an attached agency of the Department of Education (DepEd) — in cooperation with Save the Children Philippines, launched the Nurturing Care Framework (NCF) and the ECCD Council Media Packages on August 20.

The launch aimed to provide an opportunity for stakeholders to work synergistically to deepen their understanding of the NCF and to bridge the gaps in integrated service delivery for children ages 0-4 by drawing experiences from successful programming in the communities.

The event also launched ECCD media packages including an animated video primer on Republic Act (RA) No. 10410 (Early Years Act of 2013), instructional videos on early childhood care and development, and an ECCD video primer.

Representing the DepEd Undersecretary for Curriculum and Instruction, Bureau of Learning Delivery (BLD) Supervising Education Program Specialist Jocelyn Tuguinayo highlighted the importance of the ECCD Council’s goals: “Guided by the ECCD Council’s targets, and by working together in implementing the multi-sectoral strategic plans from ECCD to Kinder and Grade 1 to 12 education services, we can assure to achieve our vision by the end of 2030 that no Filipino learners will be left behind.”

Dr. Teresita Inciong, Vice-Chairperson and Executive Director of the ECCD Council, underscored in her keynote address that providing positive learning environment and connection to a child influences his/her holistic development.

“Good health, adequate nutrition, responsive care-giving, security and safety, early learning and social protection are ECCD’s main components for nurturing care development for children. Investing in young children is investing in the country’s future generation,” Dr. Inciong pointed out.

Also present in the event are Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) Assistant Secretary Marjorie Jalosjos; UNICEF Chief of Education Section       Isy Faingold; Asia-Pacific Region Network Executive Director for Early Childhood  Evelyn Santiago; National Nutrition Council OIC Executive Director, Dr. Azucena M. Dayanghirang; Save the Children Philippines; representatives from Sarangani province and Malabon City; and parents, teachers, and selected media outfits.

The event was likewise aimed at keeping with the global and national movement on holistic, multi-sectoral programming for young children and their respective families. The organizers and their partners deemed it fitting and timely to lay down the foundation of dialogue and partnership within the various sectors that support the Filipino families and children, and that key change makers and movers partake in this vision of a better future for the next generation.

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week 4 dll 2nd quarter

Week 4 – 2nd Quarter DLL
September 2 – 6, 2019 Daily Lesson Log

New! Kinder Daily Lesson Log

New! Grade 1 Daily Lesson Log

New! Grade 2 Daily Lesson Log

New! Grade 3 Daily Lesson Log

New! Grade 4 Daily Lesson Log

New! Grade 5 Daily Lesson Log

New! Grade 6 Daily Lesson Log

Grades 7 to 12 still processing.

 

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