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Published by Rusda Masamae, 2021-02-12 03:01:52

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01 Definition Contents 02 Purposes 03 Types 04 Element of the lecture

05 What to do about? 06 Structure of the speech 07 Advantages and Disadvantages 08 Conclusions

Definition of lecture 1 Cambridge Lecture to give a formal talk to a group of people, often at a college or university.

Purposes 2 1. To transfer information. 2. To make motivation and interest in a subject area. 3. To make comprehend.

Types of the lecture 3 1. Separation by levels of student interaction. 2. Separation by content. 3. Separation by Medium.

1. Separation by levels of student interaction 4 1. Formal lecture It is well organized lecture to present and use formal word. 2. Socratic lecture Ask the question and answer carefully step by step. 3. Semi-formal lecture Similar to formal lecture but less difficult inform and production.

1. Separation by levels of student interaction 5 4. Lecture-discussion Lectures are participate with students by answer and questions. 5. Interactive lecture Interactive lecture between speaker and audience.

2. Separation by Content 6 1. Expository The lecturer tells the most important (explanatory) lecture information first then support example. 2. Storytelling lecture The lecturer presents concepts and content through a story. 3. Point-by-point lecture The lecturer order the major and minor information.

2. Separation by Content 7 4. Lecture-demonstration The lecturer act for showing a process or activity. 5. Problem-solving lecture The lecturer will summarize the main problem, clear elements, and the elements that do not found. Works through the problem

3. Separation by Medium 8 1. Naked lecture Teacher uses to communicate with student directly. 2. Chalk and talk lecture Instructor uses blackboard and chalk that make student can see.

3. Separation by Medium 9 3. Multimedia lecture/slide lecture One of the most commonly used today; Power point 4. Video lecture Showing the key point.

Elements of the lecture 10 The four main elements of any lecture or public speaking situation are: 1. The Speaker – the lecturer or teacher 2. The Message – the lecture or lesson 3. The Audience – the students 4. The Situation – the classroom, lecture theater or tutorial ACS Distance Education - UK Company No. 004624913 | Website by Mantis Technologies

What to do about? 11 1. Don’t be self 2. Voice conscious(shy) -Breath deeply - Practice -Be relaxed -Keep a good tone 3. Control your body -Use your eyes -Do not stay over to one side all the time -Use note if necessary ACS Distance Education - UK Company No. 004624913 | Website by Mantis

Structure of the speech 12 1. Introduction Should making interest and lead to the content(discussion). 2. Discussion Should present the main ideas. 3. Conclusion Should bring the main ideas together. ACS Distance Education - UK Company No. 004624913 | Website by Mantis Technologies

Advantages 13 1. The information and ideas can be enlivened. 2. The lecture can develop our ideas. (that may be later used for publication) 3. The audience can get understanding in the same way(content).

Disadvantages 14 1. It may not improve student long-term. 2. It may not effective for higher thinking and other learning styles. 3. It often make the audience feel bored and not interaction.

Conclusions 15 1. Lectures can give knowledge for whom interest. 2. Lectures can be inform and persuade. 3. Lectures should present information that the audience could not learn from reading up on the subject of the lecture.

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