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Lecture Discussion Instructional Method

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Maribeth Keppler

on 30 July 2014

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Transcript of Lecture Discussion Instructional Method

"Lecture cum discussion method"

Considered teacher-centered approach

Combination of lecture and teacher questioning of students

Newer approach geared towards making learning and teaching more interesting and effective

Schema Theory
- Building on students' prior knowledge

Meaningful Verbal Learning
- Information presented in a systematic way

Active Learner Involvement
- Uses teacher questioning to actively engage students
Theoretical Origin
Useful for mature students

Not all students may get chance to participate in large class sizes

Poor class management of discussion can lead to misbehavior of students rather than participation

Poor moderation of discussion may lead to few advanced students participating

Both teacher and student active participation

Provides opportunity to share ideas and compare different perspectives

Engages student in course content

Conveys information and meets objectives by promoting learning

Can develop students' higher learning skills- generalize, analyze, synthesize, apply abstract ideas, critical thinking

Teacher questions designed to generate student discussion

Getting to Know Lecture Discussion Instructional Method
Teacher encourages
equal student participation in discussion
open-minded and respectful students

Teacher prepares in advance with good questions, evidence, and examples

Teacher clarifies any confusion

Equal involvement of both teacher and students in discussion

Teacher starts discussion, sets objectives, summarizes, moderates
Creation of democratic environment

Improving the content of learning material

Improving teacher communication skills and student participation

Developing open-minded and respectful students

Assessing students' knowledge during the learning process
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