Teacher lecture

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A teacher lecture is a teaching technique that consists in the teacher providing the students with information in the form of an oral lecture . The lecture can be combined with the use of teaching media (e.g. foil , whiteboard software such as OpenBoard ) as well as other forms of action (e.g. calling up students). The teacher's lecture is used e.g. B. when introducing new topics or when finding problems .

The didactic function of the teacher's presentation is to provide information or impulses that drive the lesson forward. If the impulses are in the foreground, one speaks of an impulse presentation .

Individual evidence

  1. after: Peterßen, WH: Kleines Methodelexikon, Oldenbourg, Munich 2001.