Week 9 – 1st Quarter Daily Lesson Log | OCT. 17 – 21, 2022 DLLs

Welcome! You can now download our pre-made weekly K–12 Daily Lesson Logs that are matched with the most recent Curriculum Guide for each grade level to assist you in lesson planning. It is vital to create daily lesson logs. It takes a lot of time, particularly if we are lacking the necessary textbooks and instructor resources. Do not worry; we are here to greatly simplify your work. To acquire the most recent Daily Lesson Logs, return to this website frequently. The Week 9 – 1st Quarter Daily Lesson Log | OCT. 17 – 21, 2022 DLLs download links are available here.

About Effective Lesson Planning

An essential initial step in any activity, including education, is daily lesson preparation to identify a path of action that can effectively attain goals and objectives. Lesson plans, which provide a thorough account of how a teacher will conduct each individual lesson in order to help students meet a certain learning target, are the planning tool used in education. In addition to assisting teachers in managing content, resources, time, instructional tactics, and assistance in the classroom, lesson plans also help learners understand what they will learn and how they will be assessed. Lesson preparation enables teachers to scaffold instruction for learners and create a fluid instructional flow.

The Lesson Planning Process

Instructors begin the planning phase before the class is actually taught. The subject of the lesson is chosen during this procedure. Determine the lesson’s goal or desired outcomes from the subject matter. These are the concepts and ideas that students are supposed to develop as well as the particular information and abilities they are supposed to learn and be able to utilize by the end of the lesson.

The use of objectives allows teachers to prepare the instructional strategies and activities they will utilize, as well as the materials and resources to assist learning. The objective must clearly state the desired learning outcome. If objectives are discussed with students in an approachable way, they can let them know what is expected of them. Specific, outcome-based, measurable, and describing learner behavior are required of instructional objectives.

The ABCDs of writing lesson plan goals are as follows:
• Audience – the target audience for whom the objective was created
• Behavior – the verb that specifies what the audience will be able to do (for example, describe, explain, locate, synthesize, dispute, communicate);
• Condition – the environment in which the audience will exhibit the behavior; and
• Degree – a behavior’s permissible performance (i.e., how well the learner performs the behavior).

Week 9 – 1st Quarter Daily Lesson Log | OCT. 17 – 21, 2022 DLLs

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