Lectures are one of the most popular teaching modes. While traditional ‘transmission’ style lectures offer an outlet to deliver information, engaging students during lectures has been found to be much more effective in terms of student learning. In-class activities allow you to break up the lecture with practical application of material and receive instant feedback on students learning. Creating an engaging lecture involves careful planning and thought-through structure that helps students follow the material within and in-between the lectures in the course.
This section contains tips about how to make the most of giving lectures: