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You will find the 2nd Quarter Grade 1 Daily Lesson Log | SY 2019 – 2020 DLL download links at the bottom of this article. If you have time, please read the article below for some background about the K-12 curriculum from the Department of Education.
First grade marks an important milestone for young children who finally feel like part of a “big” school. They may eat in the cafeteria for the first time or play outside during recess without the direct supervision of their own teacher, experiences that help first graders feel more independent. First graders now have to use the social skills they developed in preschool and kindergarten in more mature ways. But the true magic of first grade happens as children develop the ability to understand what letters and numbers really mean. When they’re ready, they’ll be able to “crack the code” and read words.
First grade is traditionally thought of as the level where children learn to read. Not all children become fluent readers by the end of the first grade, but most take their first solid steps toward fluid reading. Their reading material varies from simple rhymes, to classroom news, to patterned stories and beginner non-fiction books. By the end of the year, most are reading grade-level chapter books and some are reading at even more advanced levels. First graders love true stories of long ago, even though their sense of time isn’t well developed.
First-grade teachers help children listen for sounds in words, write the sounds they hear, and discover parts of written language, like the –at in cat that they can then use to figure out the words hat, mat, and sat.
Writing, like reading, takes a variety of forms in the first-grade classroom. Children “invent” their spellings as they work out their understandings of written language. Writing activities include journal writing, writing creative stories, or documenting their work in other subject areas. Teachers frequently ask children to sound out the words they write to introduce the sounds that letters make.
First-grade social studies is framed by the concrete world of family, school, and neighborhood. First graders can tell the difference between events that happen in the past, present, and future, although they are not ready to match real meanings to different time intervals. Events that happened 20 years ago and 100 years ago are all part of the same “past” time period to a first grader, unless they’re related to things that children are familiar with, like “That was when your grandmother was a baby.”
Socially, first graders are much more independent and responsible for their own actions than they were in kindergarten. Therefore, knowing how to follow rules and take care of themselves becomes important. Becoming self-sufficient enough to navigate through a school’s routine (like finding the classroom or bathroom by themselves) is an important part of first grade.
What Grade 1 Students Should Know – Grade 1 Curriculum
A primary focus of language arts instruction in Grade 1 Curriculum is making sense of the alphabet and its role in reading. Students produced the most frequent sounds for each consonant and isolated and pronounced the initial, medial vowel, and final sounds in consonant-vowel-consonant words. They blended two or three phonemes into recognizable words, read high-frequency words by sight, and read emergent-reader texts with purpose and understanding. Students used a variety of reading comprehension strategies, including the use of pictures and context to make predictions, retelling stories, answer and ask questions, and describe connections between events, ideas, and pieces of information in a text. They compared and contrasted similar stories and texts, identified key details in both narrative and informational texts, and engaged in group reading activities. Students printed letters and words, phonetically spelled the beginning of words, and used frequently occurring verbs and nouns, including regular plural nouns. They composed opinion pieces, informative/explanatory texts, and narratives by using a combination of drawing, dictation, and writing. Students also engaged in collaborative conversations with peers and adults about kindergarten topics and learned how to follow rules, such as listening to others and taking turns speaking about topics.
In Grade 1 Curriculum, students extend their knowledge of language arts in significant and exciting ways, learning skills that enable them to read and write more independently. By the end of first grade, students should read proficiently at grade level and have the ability to decode and recognize increasingly complex words accurately and automatically. Students increase their academic and content-specific vocabulary by reading a variety of literature and informational text. Students further develop their communication skills in Grade 1 Curriculum as they engage with peers and adults in collaborative conversations that provide additional opportunities to express their ideas and experiences.
In Grade 1 Curriculum students learn to write for different purposes, they apply their growing knowledge of language structures and conventions. In order to master the Grade 1 Curriculum English language arts content, students need to practice decoding skills. To develop comprehension skills, students need exposure to a variety of high-quality literature and informational texts.
In Grade 1 Curriculum, reading literature emphasize verbal interaction between student and teacher in order to develop the student’s comprehension of literature. Students use key details when talking or writing about a story or book and emphasize their use to describe characters, settings, and major events. English language arts standards for literary response and analysis focus on the student’s ability to identify and describe a story’s beginning, middle, and end as well as the plot, setting, and characters. The Grade 1 Curriculum continue this development of structural awareness but go further by asking students to demonstrate an understanding of a central message or lesson. Students also learn to differentiate between types of text: those that provide information and those that appeal to the senses and suggest feelings. The Grade 1 Curriculum also set the new expectation that students will be able to compare and contrast the adventures and experiences of story characters. This early introduction to literary analysis provides a strong foundation in critical thinking that students will develop throughout their academic careers.
English language arts standards provide students with opportunities to learn key comprehension strategies through teacher modeling and extensive guided practice. For example, students relate prior knowledge to textual information, confirm predictions by identifying supporting text, use context to resolve ambiguities about the meaning of words and sentences, and identify text that uses sequence or other logical order. Students also learn to identify the main topic and retell key details of a text; to compare and contrast two texts on the same topic; and to describe the connection between two individuals, events, ideas, or pieces of information in a text.
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2nd Quarter Grade 1 Daily Lesson Log | SY 2019 – 2020 DLL
(Update) Week 1 DLL – 2nd Quarter Grade 1 Daily Lesson Log
( August 12 – 16, 2019 )
- GRADE 1 Daily Lesson Log in ALL SUBJECTS – Quarter 2: Week 1– Day 1
- GRADE 1 Daily Lesson Log in ALL SUBJECTS – Quarter 2: Week 1– Day 2
- GRADE 1 Daily Lesson Log in ALL SUBJECTS – Quarter 2: Week 1 –Day 3
- GRADE 1 Daily Lesson Log in ALL SUBJECTS – Quarter 2: Week 1– Day 4
- GRADE 1 Daily Lesson Log in ALL SUBJECTS – Quarter 2: Week 1– Day 5
(Update) Week 2 DLL – 2nd Quarter Grade 1 Daily Lesson Log
( August 19 – 23, 2019 )
- GRADE 1 Daily Lesson Log in ALL SUBJECTS – Quarter 2: Week 2– Day 1
- GRADE 1 Daily Lesson Log in ALL SUBJECTS – Quarter 2: Week 2– Day 2
- GRADE 1 Daily Lesson Log in ALL SUBJECTS – Quarter 2: Week 2–Day 3
- GRADE 1 Daily Lesson Log in ALL SUBJECTS – Quarter 2: Week 2– Day 4
- GRADE 1 Daily Lesson Log in ALL SUBJECTS – Quarter 2: Week 2– Day 5
(Update) Week 3 DLL – 2nd Quarter Grade 1 Daily Lesson Log
( August 26 – 30, 2019 )
- GRADE 1 Daily Lesson Log in ARALING PANLIPUNAN – Quarter 2: Week 3
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- GRADE 1 Daily Lesson Log in FILIPINO – Quarter 2: Week 3
- GRADE 1 Daily Lesson Log in MAPEH– Quarter 2: Week 3
- GRADE 1 Daily Lesson Log in MATHEMATICS – Quarter 2: Week 3
- GRADE 1 Daily Lesson Log in MTB – Quarter 2: Week 3
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