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GUIDELINES IN THE PREPARATIONOF DAILY NARRATIVE REPORT

FOR FIRST IN-SERVICE TRAINING FOR TEACHERS 2019

DATE: DAY:
TOPICS: SPEAKER/S:

FORMAT DESCRIPTION OF CONTENT TEXT/NARRATIVE


MANAGEMENT OF LEARNING Provide a recap of highlighted events of the previous session.
OBJECTIVE State the purpose of the [day’s] training set by the organizing committee.
Express expected outcome desired to acquire by the participants from attending the training.

 WHAT List down the topics and state the purpose of the session.
 WHEN Note the date the session is conducted.
 WHERE Note the place the session is held.
 WHO Provide background information of the speaker/s and audience analysis.
 WHY Provide background info of the topics delivered. State the significance of the session.
 HOW Provide discussion on the methodology utilized by the speaker in the delivery of the [training]
materials.

Create a screen projection of highlighted events transpired during the training which offer
opportunities to grasp episodes of learning.
Describe the participants’ manner of acquiring the expected outcome (skills) by relating learning
experience of participants into the delivery of the training instructions of the assigned speaker.
CONCLUSION Arrive at a reflection, insights, new constructs of knowledge, short analysis from the details of the
narrative contents.
RECOMENDATION Point out strengths and weaknesses observed before, during, and after the session on the bases of
organizing the event, delivery of training instructions, method of delivery and manner of learning.
REFERENCES Provide list of references on the works cited in the narrative.
TABLES, FIGURES, PHOTOS Add to the reader’s understanding of the content of the narrative; they should not be
added just to provide visual interest.
Organize data (if any) in a 3 liner table without column grid.
Series of tables shall be presented in APA format 6th edition.
Presentation of figures shall follow the same way.
Photos can be organized/arranged using number/letter code.
Photos shall not go along with textual narrative; ending citation of the photos is highly suggested.
All photos shall be provided with cuts/captions in present tense form of the verb. The captured
images shall be [if possible] all in action.
Output can be captured. The same standard shall be applied.