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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