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Kindergarten Quarter 4 Week 37-40


Kinder Daily Lesson Log Quarter 4 Week 7-10

Before you download our DLL, please take time to read this article.

How to stay calm under pressure?

Here’s the problem: for instance,you’re waiting for someone to finish compiling a report that you need to submit immediately to the division office. Because of an issue that came up, you’re already 15 minutes late for the deadline. You are going to explain the cause of the delay to your school head.

You can feel your body getting tense, and you’re getting quite cross. You start sweating, and suddenly you raised your voice at the person for being slow and putting you behind schedule. You can tell she’s hurt, but you can’t help it. She’s making you late!

Does it happen to you? Many of us are impatient at times. Losing control may hurt not only us, but those around us. Impatience raises our stress level and can even cause physical harm to our bodies. Worst, being impatient can damage relationships.

Why do we need to be patient?

Impatient people are unlikely to be at the top of the list for promotions to leadership positions. They are most likely arrogant, insensitive, and impulsive. They can be viewed as poor decision makers because they make quick judgments or interrupt people.

Some people will even avoid impatient people, because of their poor people skills and bad tempers. Impatience can even affect relationships at home.

The more patient you are with others, the likelier you are to be viewed positively by your peers and your managers, not to mention your family and friends.

How do you know when you’re being impatient?

You will probably experience one or more of the following symptoms:

  • Shallow breathing (short breaths).
  • Muscle tension.
  • Hand clenching/tightening.
  • Jiggling/restless feet.
  • Irritability/anger.
  • Anxiety/nervousness.
  • Rushing.
  • Snap/quick decisions.

    Find the cause of being impatient.

    Make a list of things that cause you to become impatient. If you’re having trouble identifying your triggers, use these tips:

    • Stop and think about the last time you were impatient. What caused it?
    • Ask your family, friends, and co-workers about your impatience.
    • Many people become impatient due to physical factors such as hunger, dehydration, or fatigue.  A simple remedy might be a snack and a glass of water!
    • Keep a record when you start to feel impatient. Write down what the situation is, and why you’re getting frustrated.

    As teachers, it is important to be more patient because we are handling precious creature, our students. We have to love what we do for everything will flow.

Thanks for reading! Hope this can help. This time here’s our Week 7 DLL. Just click the highlighted link below.

Kinder DLL Quarter 4 Week 37

Kinder DLL Quarter 4 Week 38

Kinder DLL Quarter 4 Week 39

Kinder DLL Quarter 4 Week 40

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