3rd Quarter GRADE 6 Daily Lesson Log (2018 DLL)

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2018 DLL UPDATE! In this article, you will find our compiled 3rd Quarter GRADE 6 Daily Lesson Log (2018 DLL). We at DepEd Teachers Club aim to complete all the 3rd Quarter GRADE 6 Daily Lesson Log (2018 DLL) to make them available to our fellow teachers and help them complete their resources to make their efforts more directed into the actual teaching process.

You will find the 3rd Quarter GRADE 6 Daily Lesson Log (2018 DLL) download links at the bottom of this article. If you have time, you may read the article below for additional background about the K-12 curriculum.

Science Education – Learning and Teaching

What students learn is fundamentally connected to how they learn it. The aim of science education has created a need for new forms of classroom organization, communication, and instructional strategies. The teacher is a facilitator of learning whose major tasks include

  • creating a classroom environment to support the learning and teaching of science
  • designing effective learning experiences that help students achieve designated outcomes
  • stimulating and managing classroom discourse in support of student learning
  • learning about and then using students’ motivations, interests, abilities, and learning styles to improve learning and teaching
  • assessing student learning, the scientific tasks and activities involved, and the learning environment to make ongoing instructional decisions
  • selecting teaching strategies from a wide repertoire

 

GRADE 6 Daily Lesson LogEffective science education learning and teaching take place in a variety of situations. Instructional settings and strategies should create an environment that reflects a constructive, active view of the learning process. Learning occurs through actively constructing one’s own meaning and assimilating new information to develop a new understanding. The development of scientific literacy and science education in students is a function of the kinds of tasks they engage in, the discourse in which they participate, and the settings in which these activities occur. Students’ disposition towards science education is also shaped by these factors. Consequently, the aim of developing scientific literacy requires careful attention to all of these facets of curriculum.

Learning experiences in science education should vary and should include opportunities for group and individual work, discussion among students as well as between teacher and students, and hands-on/ minds-on activities that allow students to construct and evaluate explanations for the phenomena under investigation. Such investigations and the evaluation of the evidence accumulated provide opportunities for students to develop their understanding of the nature of science and the nature and status of science education.

Learning experiences should provide opportunities for students to use writing and other forms of representation as ways to learning. Students, at all grade levels, should be encouraged to use writing to speculate, theorize, summarize, discover connections, describe processes, express understandings, raise questions, and make sense of new information using their own language as a step to the language of science.

Science logs are useful for such expressive and reflective writing. Purposeful note making is also an instrinsic part of science education that can help students better record, organize, and understand information from a variety of sources. The process of creating webs, maps, charts, tables, graphs, drawing, and diagrams to represent data and results help students learn and also provides them with useful study tools.

Learning experiences in science should also provide abundant opportunities for students to communicate their findings and understandings to others, both formally and informally, using a variety of forms for a range of purposes and audiences. Such experiences should encourage students to use effective ways of recording and conveying information and ideas and to use the vocabulary of science in expressing their understandings. It is through opportunities to talk and write about the concepts they need to learn that students come to better understand both the concepts and related vocabulary. Learners will need explicit instruction in and demonstration of the strategies they need to develop and apply in reading, viewing, interpreting, and using a range of science texts for various purposes. It will be equally important for students to have demonstrations of the strategies they need to develop and apply in selecting, constructing, and using various forms for communicating in science education.

 

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3rd Quarter Grade 6 Daily Lesson Log (2018 DLL)

Updated!  3rd Quarter – Week 1 Grade 6 Daily Lesson Log
October 29 – November 2, 2018

 

Updated!  3rd Quarter – Week 2 Grade 6 Daily Lesson Log
November 5 – 9, 2018

 

Update!  3rd Quarter – Week 3 Grade 6 Daily Lesson Log
November 12 – 16, 2018

 

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