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Question: Advantage of integrating the teaching method (Lecture) in a congested classroom. Include APA 7 referencing style.

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Integrating the lecture teaching method in a congested classroom comes with several advantages. Firstly, it allows a single educator to address a large number of students at once, making it economical and efficient (Borich, 2017). The lecture method can also cover vast amounts of material in a relatively short period, a critical factor in a congested class where student-teacher interaction may be limited (Gregory, 2018). Secondly, the lecture method provides a structured learning environment, allowing educators to organize and control the pace of content delivery optimally. This control helps maintain the students' attention span, a useful feature in a congested classroom setting (Borich, 2017). Finally, the lecture method, when combined with other teaching methods, ensures that educators cater to diverse learning styles. For instance, combining lectures with demonstrations or discussions ensures that both auditory and visual learners are engaged (Gregory, 2018). While the lecture method provides these advantages in a congested classroom, it's essential to note that a variety of instructional strategies yield the best educational outcomes, as relying solely on lectures can result in students losing interest and diminishing the effectiveness of learning (Winstone & Boud, 2019). References: Borich, G. D. (2017). Effective teaching methods: Research-based practice. Pearson. Gregory, G. H. (2018). Differentiated instructional strategies in action. Corwin Press. Winstone, N., & Boud, D. (2019). Exploring cultures of feedback practice: the adoption of learning-focused feedback processes in the UK and Australia. Higher Education Research & Development, 38(2), 411-425.

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Sept. 9, 2023, 1 p.m.

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