DR. MAHESWARI JAIKUMAR
• " The lecture is a pedagogical
method whereby the teacher
formally delivers a carefully
planned expository address on
some particular topic or
problem". James Michael Lee
3. LECTURE METHOD
4. TECHNIQUE OF LECTURE
• Organise the class room in a way
which is conducive for teaching
• Prepare lesson plan on the topic
which need to be discussed
showing objectives, content,
teaching learning activity, AV aids &
5. • start the lecture with
introduction osf self, if not
introduced earlier, introduce the
topic and review the previous
• Organise the content matter,
which needs to be lectured in
the class room.
6. • Alter the pitch and volume of
voice periodically while lecturing.
• Develop a routine pace
depending on the respectivity
level of students such as going
fast while teaching simple topic
and slow down in teaching
7. • Maintain eye contact and avoid
looking out of windows, at
walls and over students head
• Do not repeat words.
• Make use of appropriate AV
8. • Converse freely with the
students. look in between the
prepared notes, but do not read
the contents continuously.
• Make use of simple plans and
use key points from contents
around which the whole lecture
9. • Clarifythe previous concepts
before moving towards next
• Manage the lecture in planned
time as teaching in less time will
enable students to understand
and more time than expected
arise tension and damage the
• Delivers the relevant
knowledge in an organized
• Provide references to the
students to gather information.
11. • Provides a brief introduction on
knowledge of learning before
demonstrating the skill or
introducing new area of learning.
• Clarifies concepts with
12. LEARNING PYRAMID
13. MERITS OF LECTURE METHOD
• Lecture method stimulates
students and promotes critical
• Lecture method meets the learning
needs of the learners as it is based
on need and interest of the
14. • It aparently saves resources.
• It provides the presence of
teacher with the students.
• It gives a feeling of security to
15. • It caters to a large group of
learners at a time.
• It provides flexibility as the teacher
is in close contact with his / her
• The teacher can adjust his / her
technique in accordance with the
learner's abilities, aptitudes and
16. DEMERITS OF LECTURE
• It keeps the pupil in a passive
• It does not allow for individual
pace of learning.
17. • Lecture method hardly offers
any possibility of checking the
• It does not facilitate problem
18. • In lecture method, less attention
is paid to problem solving,
feedback from learners, decision
making & critical thinking.
• If the lecture is not prepared
before hand it fails to attain the
19. • Lecture method fails to
sustain the attention,
concentration and interest of
20. GUIDELINES FOR AN
• A specific topic or information
should be arranged in such a
way as to leave a single, clear
impression on the minds of the
21. • A teacher should utilize
different ways of presenting the
• The teacher should have
pauses in between the lesson
so that the students may gain
knowledge bit by bit.
22. • Pictoral illustrations such as
pictures, maps, charts should
be freely used as these help in
motivating the learners.
• The learners should be
encouraged to ask questions.
This will enable them to clarify
23. • Actual objects, models, diagrams,
sketches should be used.
• The lesson should divided into
sections which will have logical
sequence. This will enable the
learners to understand easily & also
train them in systematic thinking
besides assisting them to put their
own thoughts logically.
24. ESSENTIALS OF A