Lecture Reflection

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However, I will never allow students to use cellular phones during the lecture in progress while I am following the same rule as a role model. I will ask students at the start of every lecture to switch off their cellular phones or to put them in silent mode. If students forget to switch off their cellular phones, I will remind students that they are breaking the ground rules and disrupting others. Not only that, at the beginning, I have experienced that some students do not pay attention to the lectures and chatting during the lecture. By doing this, they do not understand what the lecturer was teaching them and the situation will worsen since they were disturbing others. At the beginning of each course module, I remind them that they are…show more content…
At the same time, I go through the intended learning outcomes of the course module. Using both, I set the intended learning outcomes and objectives for the lesson. I am also concerned about my students’ needs and levels of knowledge. In this regard, I look at carefully into; what prior knowledge or experience they bring to the lecture; how I use theory and knowledge when structuring my lecture; how to adjust what I present and how I can best present the information to meet the needs of my…show more content…
Delivering the lecture Being always punctual for the lectures, I set an excellent example for the students to follow. This helps me to maintain order and discipline in the class and to save time. This will prevent trouble caused by some students. In addition to that, I remind them the importance of being punctual which would be useful when they start working in the industry. When I am delivering a lecture, I start the lesson slowly and this enable my students to tune with my voice, pace and style of delivery. With this, I can help the students with special needs properly. I try to remain calm at the lecture hall. If I am tensed or stressed, then the students are far more likely to misbehave. When I am using my voice, I don’t stammer. I always adjust the volume of my voice to suite the size and ambiance of the room. I am not afraid to pause occasionally. I try to vary the use of voice for impact and emphasis, using changes in volume, pitch, tone, pace and silence. I also keep effective body language. Accordingly I have read a number of books on body language and nonverbal communication and acquired knowledge on nonverbal communication. Dressing, eye contacts, polemics, paralanguage, emblems, adapters, illustrators, contact and other nonverbal cues will be applied. By using the whole classroom I can pay attention on all the students in the
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