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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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Lecture type and style, student participation, total number of CCs and CCs/minute Lecture type Lecturing style Lecture 1 Course introduction Conversational Lecture 2 Course introduction Conversational Lecture 3 Theorems and formulae Reading/ Conversational Lecture 4 Theorems and formulae Reading/ Conversational Lecture 5 Models Reading/ Conversational Lecture 6 Models Conversational/ Rhetorical Lecture 7 Models Reading/ Conversational TOTAL Student No.
Lecturing versus Other Methods of Teaching: A Review of Research, British Journal of Educational Technology, 3(1), January.
I present an analysis of this lecture, and so of lecturing in general, with contradiction as the point of departure: contradictory feminist positions in feminist economics, contradictions between academic embodiment and performance, contradictions in the overt and covert agendas of a lecture.
The instructor spends little time lecturing, doing so only when students ask for clarification on certain topics.
According to the results of Item # 15 (see Appendix), 55.2% of the participants reported that their American teachers did not closely follow the textbooks while lecturing. On the other hand, 20.4% of them reported that their American teachers closely followed the textbook while lecturing.
Traditional lectures are modified to be more interactive, with a shorter period of lecturing. A formal facilitation process for each class also is developed.
By high school, lecturing accounts for 43 percent of the lcass time -- more than twice the time devoted to laboratory studies.
Keeping in view the nature of topic a problem-centered lecturing technique can be used when possible by outlining a clinical problem and then discussing different options available to address it, e.g.
CONTEXT OF THE STUDY: Lecturing is a time tested method to present large amount of content in classes of any size but may result in students who listen passively, addressing only the lower cognitive domains.
The main disadvantage of this system was the inability of this system to video record the instructor while lecturing. This is a disadvantage because it deprives the student from learning from the body language of the instructor.