peternewman89 Posted August 22, 2013 Share Posted August 22, 2013 I'm a first-year PhD Student in Political Science, and the Professor teaching the course that I'm TA'ing this fall has offered me the chance to lecture next week while she's away at a conference. I took her up on the offer after everybody that I asked urged me to do it as a great introduction to teaching and an opportunity to build my CV from the very start. The readings that this lecture deals with are topics that I'm comfortable and familiar with, so that doesn't really concern me. Additionally, and luckily for me in this case I think, the course is taken by primarily freshmen. Any tips or advice on preparing for a 1st lecture? I've got a bit less than a week to put this together and prepare. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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