In whatkind of settingwilltheyreceivetheinformation?
Takeintoaccount “Me, herenow” Establishcognitive /behavioralobjectivesforyouraudience. What do I want my studentsto do? What do I want my studentstoknow?
2.Thefirstday, openings and closings Firstday: Introduce content Clarifyyourobjectives Establishtone and expectations.
Opening Beginwithsomethingdifferent: (anecdote, question, currentevent) Ask someonetosummerizewhathappened in thelastsesion. Use a question box Set up a problem
Closing Plan a rythmforyourclass. Set aside a time forquestions. Frame/suggestanapproachforassignedreading
3. Preparation Decide whatisessential, important and helpful. Set objectives Plan a lecturetocoverlessthanentireperiod. Divide thelectureintodiscretesegments Lecturefrom notes and outlinesratherthan a complete text.
4. Delivery Be natural. Vary yourpacing and voice. Use gesturestoemphasizepoints. Look at theaudience. Use thelanguagetocreatepictures. Observe thetechniques of others.
7. chalkboards Use thevisualstooutlinethevisualsfortheclass. Use theboard and theprojector. Don’ttalkwhileyouwrite. Limitthetextyouput in a slide. Have a plan foryourchalkboard. Visuals are complements, suplementsbutnotsubstitutes.
8.Handling questions Request and encouragequestions. Be aware of yourcomments. Makesureeveryonehearsthequestion. Clarifyquestions. Answerquestions as directly as posible. Be diplomaticwhenstudentsgetcomplicatedquestions.
10. Test and grades Decide yourgoal in testing. Considertheformat of questions. Considertheformat of theexam as a whole. Takeyourown test, show itto a collegue. Makeyourgrading and testingpoliciesclearonthefirstdayof class.