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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.
"It is my friend Professor Challenger," and amid laughter he renewed his lecture as if this was a final explanation and no more need be said.
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.
Will the person who called me a liar kindly stand up that I may know him?" (A voice, "Here he is, sir!" and an inoffensive little person in spectacles, struggling violently, was held up among a group of students.) "Did you venture to call me a liar?" ("No, sir, no!" shouted the accused, and disappeared like a jack-in-the-box.) "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." ("Liar!") "Who said that?" (Again the inoffensive one plunging desperately, was elevated high into the air.) "If I come down among you " (General chorus of "Come, love, come!" which interrupted the proceedings for some moments, while the chairman, standing up and waving both his arms, seemed to be conducting the music.
Popular lectures are the easiest to listen to, but Mr.
And then he remembered that he loved her and was lost in amazement at his fortune that permitted him to love her and to take her on his arm to a lecture.
An extensive literature search revealed that there have been no studies published which investigate the viewpoints of the students and the teachers regarding their idea of a good lecture. There are multiple studies which have evaluated various types of teaching and learning methods from traditional to latest computer-assisted e-learning in medical education.
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.
On the third day of the camp, the 180 coaches of five games - cricket, hockey, football, table tennis and badminton attended the lectures of sports legends and expert trainers attentively.
The important references can be given at the end of the planned and timed lecture so that self-study will be stimulated as well.
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).