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lecture

(Speak), verb address, comment, deliver an address, discuss, elucidate, give a talk on, instruction, preeare comments, prepare a disclosure on, present, present information on, remonstrate, speak on, talk on, teach
Associated concepts: continuing legal education

lecture

(Admonish), verb berate, chide, correction, discipline, dress down, excoriate, harangue, rebuke, reprimand, reproach, scold, teach, teach an exxmple to, tear into, tongue-lash, upbraid
See also: address, charge, criticism, declaim, declamation, discourse, harangue, inculcate, instruct, instruction, objurgation, peroration, rebuke, recital, recite, reprehend, reprimand, reproach, speech, teach
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He had been silent for several minutes and they had seen that he was thinking out lectures, as he often did.
At last the lecture came to an end--I am inclined to think that it was a premature one, as the peroration was hurried and disconnected.
If any person in this hall dares to doubt my veracity, I shall be glad to have a few words with him after the lecture.
Popular lectures are the easiest to listen to, but Mr.
Very slowly these lectures, and the tireless activity of Hubbard, pushed back the ridicule and the incredulity; and in the merry month of May, 1877, a man named Emery drifted into Hubbard's office from the near-by city of Charlestown, and leased two telephones for twenty actual dollars--the first money ever paid for a telephone.
Recently-retired Lord-Lieutenant of Merseyside Dame Lorna Muirhead recently gave the 150th lecture, while the 20th anniversary event - on Thursday, November 2 - will feature Director-General of the BBC Lord (Tony) Hall of Birkenhead.
Selection of topics to learn can be avoided if all the relevant topics are taught in a concise and edited way where 'must know' aspects are highlighted in lecture hours.
An official of the institution said here on Thursday that the lecture was delivered by Dr Gazan Bozai, CEO, Soft Skills Development Institute International (SSDII), USA, and it was attended by a large number of faculty members from the civil engineering department.
Addressing the criticism against lectures, and its effective uses as a modern teaching method largely depends on making the lecture more memorable (cognitively speaking).
The major challenge faced by lecturers is to keep all the learners actively involved and engaged for the entire duration of lecture, while ensuring that they achieve maximum learning.
It has also been identified previously1 and number of causative factors has been suggested including illness, transport problems, inconvenient lecture times, poor content of lectures and poor lecturing techniques2.