New PDF release: 53 Interesting Things to Do in Your Lectures

By Sue Habeshaw, Graham Gibbs, Trevor Habeshaw, Anthony Haynes, Karen Haynes

ISBN-10: 1907076301

ISBN-13: 9781907076305

Lectures stay a staple kind of educating in greater schooling. even though, a few lectures are more advantageous than others. fifty three attention-grabbing activities on your lectures offers useful feedback, every one attempted and proven, for constructing your lectures. The ebook is designed for dipping into to discover feedback that dovetail along with your personal perform. the subjects lined are wide-ranging. They contain: structuring the lecturing method; bettering scholars' notes; structuring and summarising content material; linking lectures to one another; protecting the scholars' cognizance; selling lively studying in the course of lectures; utilizing assets; and tracking scholars' studying from lectures. summary: fifty three sensible principles for constructing lectures are offered. They conceal: structuring the lecturing technique; enhancing scholars' notes; utilizing handouts; structuring and summarising content material; linking lectures to one another; retaining the scholars' awareness; energetic studying in the course of lectures; and tracking studying. for every of the information, an issue or factor is pointed out and a realistic educating or studying approach is proposed. total, the tips are designed to aid reflective practitioners in specialist and better schooling increase their repertoire of pedagogical suggestions. keyword phrases: greater schooling; studying; lectures; pedagogy; post-compulsory schooling; expert schooling; examine; instructing

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Your students may be quite unused to the notion that they should actually be expected to know anything or explain anything at the end of a lecture. The first time you ask them to they may baulk and be confused. The first example here is much less demanding and threatening than the second. The second can be very powerful in: a influencing the way students pay attention and take notes during the lecture; b highlighting inadequacies in notes which the kind of review in the first example might not reveal; c highlighting the need for specific follow-up work for the students.

17 Swop 6 18 7 Memory One problem with note-taking in lectures is identified by the cynical description of lectures as methods of transferring information from the notes of the teacher to the notes of the students without passing through the heads of either. It is perfectly possible to take verbatim notes without thinking about them, or even being aware of what they might be about, as any audio typist will tell you. While note-taking in this way may increase the likelihood of producing an accurate set of notes for subsequent reference, it does not do much for learning.

Examples of ways to leave gaps: a Include labelled axes of graphs, but leave the plotting to the student. b Include diagrams but leave the labelling to the student. c Include a table of data, but omit certain crucial figures. d List points: e Include a heading and leave half a dozen lines for the student to write in conventional notes. f Include partially completed calculations. 45 1... 2... 3... 4 . . for students to fill in. Uncompleted handouts 17 46 18 Article Reading can be an effective learning activity during a lecture (see 42 Reading).

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