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  • Presented to : Ms. Arambam ArunaPresented by : Monika Sharma M.Sc. Nsg 1st (yr)
  •  Definition of lecture strategy. Advantages of lecture strategy. Shortcomings of lecture strategy. Techniques of lecture. Guidelines for improving lecture .
  •  Lecture is one of the teaching strategy which is oldest one and is used by the teacher to teach. Belongs to the category of autocratic strategy
  •  Mode or planned scheme devised and employed by the teacher for presenting a segment or unit of the desired content material of a subject to a group of learner through lecturing aiming to attain specific teaching learning objectives
  •  The ideal lecture : The classical lecture : The experiential lecture :
  •  Easy control Easy monitoring. Cheapest means for the formal education system. Flexible in nature. Economical in terms of time and energy. It can help to maintain proper channel of motivation, enthusiasm and interest in the classroom
  •  Centers around the content or subject matter only. It pays little or almost no attention to the needs, interest and ability of the students. One sided process. Not applicable in all subjects It is successful only when verbal communication is understood and grasped by the listener with the same speed.
  •  Does not pay attention to the individual learner. Lack of understanding the things in the same way it is being delivered. Require good speaking ability. Needs pre-preparation. Does not enhance reasoning, thinking power , power of observation, creative thinking and problem solving. Low receptivity.
  •  Rapport Voice: clear and natural tone of voice Gesture Eye contact Lecture outlines and students notes
  • It includes three stages : Planning stage , Presentation stage Evaluation stage
  •  The purpose and goal of lecture should be properly identified. The nature of learner as well as their learning potential should be identified. The teacher should have mastery over the subject matter and contents which he/she is going to deliver in classroom. Consult useful books, journals and books other than the prescribed textbooks for preparing lecture.
  •  Plan and develop your lecture by identifying a few key concepts. Choose appropriate language. Always keep in mind the total teaching learning environment available to you for proper planning of lecture. Always use various techniques like questions-answer ,use of blackboard , display material and AV aids etc. For effective
  • This stage requires following considerations. Motivate your students for attending lecture Show your enthusiasm for the teaching and keep your students fresh. The subject matter, style and language of lecture should be communicable from the angle of the students. Communication so it should not be too fast and too slow., give examples, change tone, adequate passing, using gestures and physical moments.
  •  Make your presentation interesting and understanding . Properly organize and see sequencing of matter to be presented. Try to avoid showing your back to class even during writing. Do not waste your time in irrelevant facts and unrequired detailed information. Do not turn your lecturing into mere paper reading and notes dictation.
  •  Do not make your teaching through lecturing as one sided affair. Always encourage and involve the students for active participation. Try to summarize key points of presented material at the end of the lecture .
  •  This stage comes not necessarily at the end of the teaching. A teacher may evaluate the outcomes of his lecturing any time during his lecture as and when he feels need for doing so. For getting desired success in his task , the teacher must try to pay attention over the following. Always keep in mind the goals of teaching and evaluate them.
  •  He must try to monitor , control and evaluate progress of teaching by maintaining a proper flow of question answer. task can be performed orally or by writing on board or by asking students. assess the effectiveness of teaching by seeking openion of the students
  •  Introduction to lecture strategy Definition of lecture Kinds of lecture Techniques of lecture Advantages of lecture strategy Disadvantages of lecture strategy Guidelines for the improvement of lecture strategy
  •  What do you understand by lecture strategy? What are the various techniques of lecture strategy? What are the advantages of lecture strategy? What are the disadvantages of lecture strategy? What are the various strategies used for the improvement of lecture strategy?
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