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Lecture Method in Nursing Education

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Lecture Method in Nursing Education

  1. KING GEORGE’S MEDICAL UNIVERSITY KGMU COLLEGE OF NURSING LECTURE METHOD SUBJECT : NURSING EDUCATION MS. DIVYA PAL M.SC.(N) 1ST YEAR 29-03-2023 LECTURE METHOD [KGMUCON] 1
  2. OBJECTIVES • To develop higher cognitive abilities. • To develop the ability to give clarification and defends the ideas. • To develops the feeling of co-operation. • To acquire a good manner of putting questions and answers. 29-03-2023 LECTURE METHOD [KGMUCON] 2
  3. INTRODUCTION 29-03-2023 LECTURE METHOD [KGMUCON] 3
  4. DEFINITION According to the James Lee: “The lecture is a pedagogical method whereby the teacher formally delivers a carefully planned expository address on some particular topic or problem.” “The lecture method refers to the teaching procedure involved in the clarification or explanation of the students on some major area.” 29-03-2023 LECTURE METHOD [KGMUCON] 4
  5. DOMAINS OF THE LECTURE METHOD • Objectives: To achieve the cognitive and affective objectives. • Activities: knowing and telling. 29-03-2023 LECTURE METHOD [KGMUCON] 5
  6. • Nature of content: It includes concept, facts, rules, principles, theories, problem solving and creativity. 29-03-2023 LECTURE METHOD [KGMUCON] 6
  7. PURPOSES OF THE LECTURE METHOD • Stimulates thinking in students. • Develop concentration in students. 29-03-2023 LECTURE METHOD [KGMUCON] 7
  8. Achieve a very high order of cognitive objectives. Creating Evaluating Analyzing Applying Understanding Remembering 29-03-2023 LECTURE METHOD [KGMUCON] 8
  9. • Introduce new content in classroom. • Correlate the subjects with other subjects. 29-03-2023 LECTURE METHOD [KGMUCON] 9
  10. PLAN OR STRUCTURE OF THE LECTURE METHOD • Introduction • Body of the lecture • Conclusion Introduction: Introduce the subjects in such a way that it catches the attention of the audience immediately , creating curiosity about what’s going to follow next. It usually last 3-5 minutes. 29-03-2023 LECTURE METHOD [KGMUCON] 10
  11. • Body of the lecture:It covers the content in an organized way. It includes many more teaching procedures than in introduction and conclusion.The body lays emphasis on the presentation of the content. 29-03-2023 LECTURE METHOD [KGMUCON] 11
  12. Conclusion • Helps the teacher summarize and re-emphasize the key points of lecture and also get feedback from the students. The teacher can motivate to the students to ask questions by focusing their mind to specific points. Students can also clarify their doubts. 29-03-2023 LECTURE METHOD [KGMUCON] 12
  13. FACTORS IN PLANNING THE LECTURE Related to students: • Capability and ability • Interest and attitude • Cognitive level • Previous knowledge 29-03-2023 LECTURE METHOD [KGMUCON] 13
  14. Related to teacher: • Knowledge and mastery over the subject matter • Teaching tactics include voice, gestures eye contact. Teacher -learner relationship. • Preparation of lecture before, • presentation. • Purpose or reason to be taught. 29-03-2023 LECTURE METHOD [KGMUCON] 14
  15. Related to environment: • Time of the day ,eg.- Morning lectures seems superior • To afternoon lectures for recall information. • Duration and length. • Use of audiovisual aids. • Good light facility. 29-03-2023 LECTURE METHOD [KGMUCON] 15
  16. ADVANTAGES OF THE LECTURE METHOD • Factual information • Useful for large gathering • Cost effective • Quick and straightforward way • Useful methods for auditory learner • Easier to create • Time saving 29-03-2023 LECTURE METHOD [KGMUCON] 16
  17. DISADVANTAGES OF LECTURE METHOD • Content or subject centered • One sided affair • Need proficient oral skills • Passive audience • Failure with the student of lower class • Group strategy • Leaves gaps in understanding 29-03-2023 LECTURE METHOD [KGMUCON] 17
  18. BIBLIOGRAPHY • D. Raj Elakkuvana Bhaskara. Textbook of Nursing Education:2nd edition. Karnataka: EMMESS Medical Publishers; 2010. p 88 to 90. • Sodhi Jaspreet Kaur. Comprehensive Textbook Of Nursing Education. New Delhi: Jaypee publishers; 2017. p 183-187Neerja KP. Textbook of Nursing Education. Haryana : Jaypee Publishers,2019. p 115-117 • Pramila R. Nursing Communication and Educational Technology. New Delhi, 2001. p 289-292Basheer P Shabeer. Textbook Of Nursing Education. Karnataka: Emmes Medical Publishers; p 220-226. 29-03-2023 LECTURE METHOD [KGMUCON] 18
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