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Slides to be viewed by participants prior to a workshop titled "Engaging Students in Large Lecture Classes."

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  • Eight Lecturing Basics from Barbara Gross Davis’ Tools for Teaching
    Derek BruffAssistant DirectorCenter for TeachingVanderbilt University
  • Grab students’ attention with your opening.
    Finish forcefully.
  • Make the organization of your lecture explicit.
  • Incorporate anecdotes and stories in your lecture.
  • Maintain eye contact with the class.
  • Keep track of time.
  • Pause occasionally.
  • Budget time for questions.
  • Source: Tools for Teaching by Barbara Gross Davis (Jossey-Bass, 1993)
    “Preparing to Teach the Large Lecture Course” and “Delivering a Lecture” chapters available online.
    Tools for Teaching, 2nd Edition available at booksellers.
    2010 / derekbruff.com
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