Available Online: 24 June 2021
Emilio Aguinaldo College, Philippines (email@example.com)
This study determines the lesson planning skills of teachers in terms of Objectives, Content, Learning Resources, Procedures, Remarks, etc. at NAPICO Elementary School (NAES) and Manggahan Elementary School (MES) in the Division of Pasig City, as perceived by the school heads/ subject coordinator and the teachers themselves. It utilizes the descriptive research which aims to accurately and systematically describe a population, situation or phenomenon. It can answer what, when, where, when and how questions, but not why questions. Based from the findings of the study, the following conclusions have been made: 1) The teachers are equipped with necessary knowledge in lesson planning. 2) The school heads and teachers have different perception on the teaching performance in lesson planning of teachers and 3) The teachers identified minor problems in writing objectives, choosing strategies, and assessing the performance of the learners. From the conclusion drawn, the following recommendations are hereby offered: 1) Teachers may revisit their teaching strategies, teaching methods and techniques for the better outcome. 2) The teachers shall be trained in lesson planning so that they will be empowered to carry out quality instruction. 3) The problems identified shall be addressed immediately the instructional needs of the learners since they are the most important aspect of the teaching-learning process. 4) School Heads and teachers may explore and utilize different instructional strategies that considers learner’s varying characteristics. 5) The proposed action plan may be adapted to capacitate teachers. 6) A similar study may be undertaken on a wider perspective considering different variables.
Keywords: assessment, content, instructional planning, learning resources, objectives
Cite this article:
Rojo, M. (2021). Lesson planning of the teachers and its effect on their performance in selected public elementary schools in the division of Pasig City: Basis for policy review. International Journal of Research Studies in Education, 10(7), 111-122. https://doi.org/10.5861/ijrse.2021.656