Answer to “How can I organise my lecture?”
Brown and Manogue (2001) describe different ways of organising a lecture. These include
The Classical – the content of the lecture is divided into broad areas and then sub-divided.
The Problem Centred – A problem or series of cases are outlined and various solutions are explored. Building a lecture round clinical cases with the students invited to interact can be a useful strategy
The Assertion– As assertion is made at the beginning of the lecture and this is then proved or disproved through a mixture of argument and perhaps speculation. This approach is less commonly used in medicine.
Brown, G., and Manogue, M (2001). AMEE Medical Education Guide No 22: Refreshing lecturing: a guide for lectures. Med Teach. 23:231-244.
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