Eight Steps to Active Lecturing

This article, written by Terry Doyle from Ferris State University details eight steps to enhance your lectures. The steps include:

  1. Know your audience (students)
  2. Have a map to follow (lecture outline)
  3. Grab the students’ attention (have a beginning)
  4. Recognize students’ attention span
  5. Plan an activity for students (have a middle)
  6. Use visual aids/voice and movements
  7. Have a conclusion (an end)
  8. Have students do something with the lecture material (accountability)

Tips for each step are also provided.

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