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  • DELIVERING A LECTURE
    GENERAL STRATEGIES
  • More than reciting concepts…
  • CLASSROOM LECTURE
  • NATURAL TOOLS TO CATCH STUDENTS’ ATTENTION
    • Voice
    • Gesture
    • Movement
    • Facial expression
    • Eye contact
  • GENERAL STRATEGIES
    Watch yourself on videotape.
    Learn how not to read your lectures.
    Prepare yourself emotionally for class.
  • OPENING A LECTURE
    • Start in a warm, friendly way.
    • Minimize nervousness and anxiety.
    • Grab students’ attention from the beginning.
    • Vary your opening through dramatic techniques.
    • Announce objectives.
    • Establish rapport with students.
  • CAPTURING STUDENTS’ INTEREST
    • Think about and watch your audience.
    • Vary delivery to keep attention.
    • Make the organization explicit.
    • Convey your enthusiasm.
    • Be conversational.
    • Incorporate anecdotes and stories.
    • Don’t talk into your notes.
    • Use concrete, colorful language.
    • Maintain eye contact.
    • Use movement and facial expressions.
    • Keep track of time.
  • MASTERING DELIVERY TECHNIQUES
  • CLOSING A LECTURE
    Draw some conclusions.
    Don’t finish forcefully. Instead, end with a provocative question, a quotation or summation of attractions.
    End with the volume up.
  • IMPROVING LECTURE STYLES
  • CARTOON ANALYSIS: PRACTICE EXERCISE