2018 DLL UPDATE! In this article, you will find our compiled 2nd Quarter KINDERGARTEN Daily Lesson Log (2018 DLL).
DepEd Teachers Club aims to complete all the 2nd Quarter KINDERGARTEN Daily Lesson Log to make it available to our fellow teachers and help them complete their resources to make their efforts more directed into the actual teaching process.
ou will find the KINDERGARTEN Daily Lesson Log at the bottom of this article. If you have time, you may read the article below for some background on the kindergarten curriculum.
The Kindergarten Curriculum
Children’s early learning experiences have a profound effect on their development and enhanced in the Kindergarten Curriculum. These early interactions directly affect the way connections are made in the brain. Early learning experiences are crucial to the future well-being of children, and establish the foundation for the acquisition of knowledge and skills that will affect later learning and behavior.
Before they go to school, children have been learning in a variety of environments – in their homes and in childcare and community settings. Children arrive at school with different backgrounds and experiences and at different stages of development. Positive early experiences from the Kindergarten Curriculum are of paramount importance to young children. Children thrive within classrooms that meet their physical and developmental needs and that provide a secure, respectful, and nurturing environment.
Drawing on evidence-based research, reports offered strategies to support the goal of improving achievement in literacy and numeracy for children in Kindergarten Curriculum. As stated in one of the guiding principles of the early reading report, early success in reading is critical for young children. The early math report indicated that early development of mathematics understanding has a profound effect on mathematical proficiency in students’ subsequent years. It is therefore critical that
Kindergarten Curriculum reflect the importance of early literacy and early numeracy in order to provide what evidence-based research suggests is developmentally sound programming for children in the Kindergarten years. Effective Kindergarten Curriculum occurs in the context of a rich oral-language environment and contains engaging language resources that provide the foundation for successful literacy development. To give each child the best start possible, it is essential that the Kindergarten Curriculum provide a variety of learning opportunities and experiences that are based on assessment information and the strengths, needs, and interests of the children.
Although the Kindergarten Curriculum is critical in laying the foundations for success in learning, the Kindergarten years are also an important time in children’s total development. Teachers, early childhood educators, members of the community, and families should work together to provide challenging and engaging learning experiences that will build children’s confidence, encourage them to continue to see learning as both enjoyable and useful, and provide a strong foundation for their future intellectual, physical, and social development.
Young children learn best through activities that are relevant to their lives and varied enough to be challenging and engaging. Children develop their knowledge by building on their past experiences and the learning they have already acquired. Since most children believe that learning is a pleasurable experience, they are naturally inclined and even eager to learn when they first come to school. Each child grows and develops in various interrelated areas – physical, social, emotional, cognitive, and linguistic. In order to address the full range of each child’s developmental needs, the Kindergarten Curriculum should provide opportunities for learning, self-expression, and self-discovery in a variety of areas – for example, in music, drama, games, language activities, and cooperative activities with peers. Children develop at different rates and in different ways. Each child is unique and has individual needs. Some children will benefit more from one type of teaching strategy than another; some may need more time than others, and/or additional resources, to achieve the learning expectations. In addition, the diverse cultural and linguistic realities of the children contribute to variations in the ways in which they develop and demonstrate their learning. Children therefore need opportunities to learn in an appropriate manner and at an appropriate time in their development, and need to be given learning experiences that are within the range of things they can do with and without guidance (in their “zone of proximal development”.
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Updated! 2nd Quarter – Kindergarten Daily Lesson Log (2018 DLL)
- KINDERGARTEN Daily Lesson Log – 2nd Quarter: Week 1
- (August 13 – 17, 2018)
- KINDERGARTEN Daily Lesson Log – 2nd Quarter: Week 2
- KINDERGARTEN Daily Lesson Log – 2nd Quarter: Week 3
- KINDERGARTEN Daily Lesson Log – 2nd Quarter: Week 4
- KINDERGARTEN Daily Lesson Log – 2nd Quarter: Week 5
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