Week 9 – 3rd Quarter Daily Lesson Log | April 10-14, 2023 DLLs
Welcome! To help teachers in monitoring student growth and encourage them to take responsibility for their education, 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 9 – 3rd Quarter Daily Lesson Log | April 10-14, 2023 DLLs can be seen below.
Lesson Planning’s lesson objectives
Students need to understand the lesson objectives. All of them must be aware of what they are studying and why they are doing it. Students must also understand the objectives’ significance in relation to the wider picture, that is, how they link to what they learned in the previous session, the path they are taking, and the main objective. In other words, you can’t just write the objectives on the board and expect that the students replicate them. It means that you have adequately presented things in context, the students have interacted with them, and they can describe them to any observer.
Differentiated goals and outcomes are required for every learner. Each student should be able to identify their current position and the steps required to advance to the next level. Where possible, this should connect to subject standards and growth. It is essential to have realistic goals for what can be accomplished and to instill that belief in the students.
For maximum involvement, success criteria for reaching the outcomes should be discussed with the students so they can clearly understand what it will look, feel, and sound like when they have made that achievement.
Learning objectives should describe what students will be able to do after a lesson as a consequence of the tasks, teaching, and learning that has taken place. They should be succinct, clear, and explicit. They are referred to as learning outcomes at times.
The learning objective or objectives you choose can be based on the knowledge, skills, and attitudes learning domains. Learning objectives specify the results of learning and center instruction. They aid in organizing, categorizing, and clarifying learning. They assist you in assessing student development and motivate them to take ownership of their education.
How do goals and learning objectives differ from one another? The overall objective of a lesson, or the teaching’s intention, is stated in very generic terms by the term “lesson aim.” the measurable milestones that a learner must pass through in order to reach the ultimate target are the instructional objective(s). Similar to strategy and tactics are goals and objectives.
Week 9 – 3rd Quarter Daily Lesson Log |
April 10-14, 2023 DLLs
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