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Dr.

Nagaraj Sitaram,
Principal, AIEMS, Bidadi

Lecture Preparation Lecturing Process Your Appearance Language Clarity All these factors makes a Lecture an effective one .

Using Practical Examples 2.Process of Learning Our aim is to maintain the student’s. Type of ‘Q’ asked in UTY-Exam .interest in the class 1.

Key points to Remember e d o c - you h c a te ss e r ct D e j b u s l f a o c l i t a e e c p Ty heor mpiri e p T e y t i l 1. a i D y l b a (P r e fe r . m Nu . n o i t a m i n A . m a x E ) y n t r i e s t r t e a v P i n & U s e p y T ( n o i t Assignments Ques Tim e-m a in th nagem e cl ent ass M otivatio t s t n e d u t s k wea o t t n e m s e e g c r u o s Encoura e r ternet- n ) s t r In a h C . em rica S e 2. 3 ters s u D & k l a Use of Ch as models Eye-cont ac .

Reaction of teacher towards student’s questions 10. Cleaning the black-board before leaving the class .day lecture 2. Importance of hand-writing on black-board 4.Important Suggestions 1. Making student aware of their potentialities 6. To derive important derivations on board 9. Always brief the summary of previous. Usage of available resources including guest lectures 3. Use of Colour chalks 7. Use of OHP and other audio-visual aids 8. Speed of delivery of lecture 5.

Name of the Parameter No. 1 Presentation 2 Confidence in subject 3 Body-Language 4 5 Voice-quality and Appearance Black-Board Organisation Total Marks 15 10 10 10 05 50 .METHOD OF EVALUATION Sl.

Name of the Parameter No. 1 Presentation 2 Confidence in subject 3 Body-Language 4 Voice-quality and Appearance Black-board Organization 5 .Aim of Motivation Camp Sl.