lecture

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} ders anlatmak

Bana ders anlatmak zorunda değilsin. - You don't have to lecture me.

konferans vermek
{i} ders

Dersi not alırken dikkatli olmanızı tavsiye ederim. - I advise you to be careful in making notes for the lecture.

Çok az sayıda kişi derse geldi. - Few people came to the lecture.

{i} uzun öğüt
fırça atmak
-e nutuk çekmek
paylamak
azarlamak
{f} ders ver

Ben edebiyat üzerine ders vereceğim. - I will lecture on literature.

Bilimci evrenin yapısı üzerine bir ders verdi. - The scientist gave a lecture on the structure of the universe.

paylama
azarlama
konferans

Konferans vaktinde başladı. - The lecture started on schedule.

Çok sayıda öğrenci konferansta hazır bulundu. - Many students were present at the lecture.

(birdemde) ders
ders vermek
niversitede ders vermek
tekdir
{i} uyarı
{f} (üniversitede) ders vermek
lecturerkonferans veren kimse
{f} öğütler vermek
tekdir etmek azarlamak
okutman

Özellikle, ben bir üniversite okutmanıyım. - Specifically, I'm a university lecturer.

Sadece örgütlenmemiş okutmanlardan nefret etmiyor musunuz? - Don't you just hate unorganized lecturers?

{i} (üniversitede) ders
{i} konferans, konuşma
belirli bir konu üzerine konuşma
{f} uyarmak
lecture shipokutmanlık
paylama/konferans
{f} -e nutuk çekmek; -i
umumi ders
{i} azar
ders notları
lecturer
okutman

Sadece örgütlenmemiş okutmanlardan nefret etmiyor musunuz? - Don't you just hate unorganized lecturers?

Özellikle, ben bir üniversite okutmanıyım. - Specifically, I'm a university lecturer.

lecture hall
amfi

Öğrenciler amfiye akın ettiler. - The students streamed towards the lecture hall.

lecture hall
amfiteatr
lecture theatre
amfiteatr
lecture in literature
Literatürde ders
lecture on
ders üzerinde
lecture series
konferans serisi
lecture method in teaching
öğretimde okuma metodu
lecture on specialized field
(Eğitim) uzmanlık alan dersi
lecture room
okuma odası
lecture theater
amfi
lecturer
öğretim üyesi
lecturer
konferans veren kimse
lectures
konferanslar

Öğrencilerden çoğu profesörün konferanslarını hazırlarken daha fazla zaman harcaması gerektiğini hissettiler. - Many of the students felt that the professor should have spent more time preparing his lectures.

Onun konferansları çok uzun. - His lectures are very long.

lecturer
doçent
lecturer
konferansçı

Konferansçının belâgatlı konuşmasından derinden etkilendik. - We were deeply impressed by the lecturer's eloquent speech.

Konferansçı genel olarak Amerikan edebiyatı ve özellikle Faulkner hakkında konuştu. - The lecturer spoke generally about American literature and specifically about Faulkner.

lecturing
{f} ders ver
lecturing
{i} ders verme
public lecture
konferans
give a lecture on st.
st bir konferans verir
give so. a lecture
vermek çok. bir ders
keynote lecture
Bilimsel bir toplantıda temel düşünce, ilke ve dayanakları anlatan ilk ders
lecturer
Öğretim görevlisi
lecturer
ders veren

Flandre'da İngilizce olarak ders veren profesör ve öğretim elemanlarının yüzde 10 ila 20 arasındakileri, gerekli dil seviyesine ulaşmadılar. - In Flanders between 10 and 20 percent of professors and lecturers teaching in English did not attain the required language level.

lecturing
ders vererek
read lecture
konferans vermek- The leading Turkish historian will read a lecture regarding hot EU topics
curtain lecture
(isim) kadının yalnızken kocasını azarlaması
curtain lecture
{i} kadının yalnızken kocasını azarlaması
give a lecture
ders vermek
give a lecture
ders anlatmak
give a lecture
konferans vermek
lantern slide lecture
slaytlı konferans
lantern slide lecture
slayt gösterisi
lectured
verilmiş konferans
lectured
verilmiş nasihat
lectured
verilmiş ders
lecturer
konuşmacı

Konuşmacı bazı kolej günlerinin anıları üzerinde durdu. - The lecturer dwelt on some memories of his college days.

Konuşmacı hızlı konuştuğu için az sayıda kişi onu izleyebildi. - Because the lecturer speaks quickly few people could follow him.

lecturer
lektör
slide lecture
dia gösterili konferans
İngilizce - İngilizce
A spoken lesson or exposition, usually delivered to group

During class today the professor delivered an interesting lecture.

To berate, to scold
To teach, by giving a speech on a given topic
{n} a discourse on a subject, a reprimand
{v} to read lectures, reprimand, reprove
a component of a course which is not optional
deliver a lecture or talk; "She will talk at Rutgers next week"; "Did you ever lecture at Harvard?
A talk or AV show during which pictures may be projected
The act of reading; as, the lecture of Holy Scripture
A traditional method of instruction in which students learn from a faculty member’s presentation of a subject
includes address, speech and sermon
If you lecture on a particular subject, you give a lecture or a series of lectures about it. She then invited him to Atlanta to lecture on the history of art She has danced, choreographed, lectured and taught all over the world
A traditional teaching method where the instructor presents course material by lecturing
Lecture can be used when students have questions they need an "expert" to answer That "expert" does not have to be the instructor, but could be one of the students in the class or an outside consultant Lectures can also be used to motivate and develop enthusiasm
teaching by giving a discourse on some subject (typically to a class)
A rehearsal of a lesson
{f} deliver a discourse before an audience (especially one that is instructive); reprimand tediously, reprove formally
Large, formal classes in which lecturers present course material to all students enrolled in a given subject
To deliver a lecture or lectures
censure severely or angrily; "The mother scolded the child for entering a stranger's car"; "The deputy ragged the Prime Minister"; "The customer dressed down the waiter for bringing cold soup"
Teacher-centered instructional strategy designed to convey large amounts of factual information
Course in which the subject matter is presented orally to a class, with a minimal amount of student participation
If someone lectures you about something, they criticize you or tell you how they think you should behave. He used to lecture me about getting too much sun Chuck would lecture me, telling me to get a haircut She was no longer interrogating but lecturing. Lecture is also a noun. Our captain gave us a stern lecture on safety
An advertising technique that occurs when a source speaks to the audience in an attempt to inform and persuade
a lengthy rebuke; "a good lecture was my father's idea of discipline"; "the teacher gave him a talking to"
a speech that is open to the public; "he attended a lecture on telecommunications"
deliver a lecture or talk; "She will talk at Rutgers next week"; "Did you ever lecture at Harvard?"
A reprimand or formal reproof from one having authority
To read or deliver a lecture to
A lecture is a talk someone gives in order to teach people about a particular subject, usually at a university or college. a series of lectures by Professor Eric Robinson
A discourse on any subject; especially, a formal or methodical discourse, intended for instruction; sometimes, a familiar discourse, in contrast with a sermon
An art of transferring information from the notes of the Lecturer to the notes of the students without passing through "the minds of either"
A (very) large group of people who all sit in a room and listen and take notes whilst the lecturer lectures Often lectures are initially overcrowded but they become smaller as the semester wears on
A straight talk or exposition, possibly using visual or other aids, with no group contribution other than questions, usually asked after the conclusion of the lecture
(lekt-cherr) A lecture is a body of information, read or delivered to an audience, with the objective of providing instruction about a particular matter or issue
To reprove formally and with authority
An instruction or verbal discourse by a speaker before a large group of students This teaching method has historically been quite prominent in education because it is an economic way to communicate information to large groups However, increasing knowledge about the group's difficulties in maintaining concentration and absorbing extensive information while in a passive listening mode has brought the value of lectures under criticism Audiovisual presentations, demonstration of patients and intermittent discussions can help activate learners
A component of a class for instruction See class component
A Latin derived word meaning "to read " Lectures frequently are large introductory classes (with as many as 500 students) and are primarily one-way communication of prepared materials from instructor to students Students attend, take notes, and have limited time for asking questions Lecture courses are frequently accompanied by a discussion section
{i} discourse given before an audience (especially one that is instructive); tedious reprimand, formal reproof
teaching by giving a discourse on some subject (typically to a class) a lengthy rebuke; "a good lecture was my father's idea of discipline"; "the teacher gave him a talking to"
A discourse given before an audience or class intended to teach something
When the leader gives an audio presentation that may be accompanied by a visual presentation, either slides or a video
An art of transferring information from the notes of the lecturer to the notes of the students without passing through the minds of either
lecture demonstration
presentation of an example of what the lecturer is discoursing about
lecture hall
large auditorium where lectures are held (usually in a college or university)
lecture room
classroom where lectures are given
lecturer
A member of a university or college below the rank of assistant professor or reader
curtain-lecture
{n} a bed-lecture from a wife
lecturer
{n} a teacher by lectures, reader, minister
A lecture
talk
curtain lecture
{i} "private lecture" or scolding a wife gives her husband before going to sleep at night
curtain lecture
A private reprimand given to a husband by his wife
curtain lecture
a private lecture to a husband by his wife
deliver a lecture
give a lecture
gave a lecture
lectured, gave an informative talk; scolded
give a lecture
deliver an instructional discourse before an audience, discourse, lecture
lectured
past of lecture
lecturer
A person who gives lectures, especially as a profession
lecturer
A lecturer is a teacher at a university or college. a lecturer in law at Southampton University. a someone who gives lectures, especially in a university
lecturer
someone who lectures professionally
lecturer
Non tenure-track faculty position
lecturer
a public lecturer at certain universities
lecturer
One who lectures; an assistant preacher
lecturer
Lecturers are the most valuable resource of any University The lecturer is a member of staff whose job is to teach students during a period of time termed a lecture Note that lecturers are distinct from tutors in that they do not provide one on one support during lectures due to the fact that there could potentially be hundreds of students attending one lecture
lecturer
Persons with special experience or professional qualifications may be employed at the rank of Lecturer Lecturers are members of the Support Faculty; they are not eligible for tenure or promotion
lecturer
A member of the Church of England clergy whose main task was to deliver sermons (lectures) in the afternoons and evenings
lecturer
Lecturers are those who have the responsibility to present lectures to which all University students in that discipline may go In Oxford, not all lecturers are Fellows of colleges [University]
lecturer
{i} one who lectures; professor at an academic institution
lecturer
The person who conducts the lectures They may also conduct the tutorials or these may be conducted by another person in your area of study
lecturers
plural of lecturer
lectures
plural of lecture
lectures
third-person singular of lecture
lecturing
present participle of lecture
lecturing
teaching by giving a discourse on some subject (typically to a class)
lecture