Download compiled Grade 6 WHLP for Quarter 2 (weekly home learning plan)for school year 2020-2021. These files are compiled for easy access by our team. Please click on links to download the files. In some cases you will be redirected to a facebook group if the file you are looking is only available there.
Resources that can be found here includes the weekly DepEd home learning plan, weekly home learning plan grade 1 to 6, and weekly home learning plan sample.
What is Weekly Home Learning Plan?
To ensure that learners are on task and are guided on what they are expected to accomplish within a specific week, teachers shall prepare a Weekly Home Learning Plan. Sufficient break times shall be ensured. In cases of legal celebrations and holidays as well as cancellations/suspensions of classes due to natural and man-made calamities, adjustments in the time frame for accomplishing learning tasks based on the Weekly Home Learning Plan shall be considered accordingly.
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Grade 6 WHLP for Quarter 2 – Free Download
- Grade 6 WHLP for Quarter 2: Week 1: DOWNLOAD
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Weekly Home Learning Plan Additional Information
The Weekly Home Learning Plan shall consist of the following parts:
a. Learning Area are the subjects prescribed to be taken by learners in a particular grade level or key stage.
b. Learning Tasks are formative learning opportunities created for learners to enhance their understanding of the content, which prompt them to engage intensively in the subject matter.
c. Learning Competencies refers to the knowledge, understanding, skills, and attitudes that learners need to demonstrate in every lesson and/or learning activity (DO 8, s. 2015 Policy Guidelines on Classroom Assessment for the K to 12 Basic Education Program)
d. Mode of Delivery refers to the method of submission of learning outputs to include written work, products, and performances, preferred by the learner/parent based on their context/situation, e.g., online submission through email or LMS posting, personal submission by the parent to the teacher in school, etc.
The Weekly Home Learning Plan shall be communicated through the parents for their reference and guidance. Copies of the plans for the entire first quarter may be distributed to parents during the first Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) meeting before the start of the school year. They shall be given comprehensive and clear orientation by the school about the contents, purpose, and use of the learning plan by their children. Hence, it is highly encouraged that teachers shall have prepared the Weekly Home Learning Plans for the first quarter prior to the opening of classes. The Weekly Home Learning Plans for the succeeding quarters may be distributed in time for the quarterly homeroom meeting. The same process shall be followed in terms of orientation about its contents, purpose, and use.
The Weekly Home Learning Plan shall aid teachers and parents in keeping track of the day-to-day in-school and off-school general learning processes as they implement the most suitable and feasible alternative learning modality based on the context of their school. It creates awareness among learners that they are responsible for what they learn.
The Weekly Home Learning Plan shall be prepared by teachers implementing Distance and Blended Learning while the DLP or DLL which is prescribed in DepEd Order 42, s. 2016 otherwise known as the Policy Guidelines on Daily Lesson Preparation for the K to 12 Basic Education Program shall be prepared by teachers implementing F2F learning.
The Individual Learning Monitoring Plan, on the other hand, is a more specific tool which shall be used by teachers and learning facilitators for learners who lag behind as shown by the results of their formative and summative assessments. By providing intervention strategies for certain period, the Individual Learning Monitoring Plan serves as the document that will show if the learner has shown either mastery of the learning competencies, significant progress, or insignificant progress.
Source/Reference: Memorandum DM-CI-2020-00162