Interactive Lecture
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INTERACTIVE LECTURES 
Strategy of training that is based on the theory that learners need to develop their own ideas from every different experience and learning material, as claimed by constructivism. The aim of the lecturer using this technique is to help the learners to make sense and reflect on their experiences, so that they can evaluate their own work and set their future goals. To make a lecture interactive learner should be engaged with the working material, so that segments of classic lecture should be combined with segments where learners are involved in many different short activities that can be individual, pair or small groups. ^{[1]} 
Conducting an Interactive Lecture 
Structure of the lectureSince the basic concept of this strategy is to combine segment of classic lecture to segment of interactive activity that engage the learner, this technique can be used in many different ways. Interactive activities can be added occasionally to a classic lecture, or be repeated on a regular basis dividing the class in fragments. If you want to incorporate interactive activities to your lecture on a regular basis you can use different structures for the lecture:
Facilitator’s Role

Job Aid
Conducting an Interactive Lecture
Web Resources 
Below you have the link to a website where you can find interesting examples of Interactive activities: 
Link  Content 

Interactive Lectures: Summaries of 36 Formats  A very interesting list of 36 activities you can conduct to make your lecture interactive. 
References
 ↑ serc.carleton.edu (20 January 2009), www.arizonamed.medicine.arizona.edu (20 January 2009)
 ↑ serc.carleton.edu (20 January 2009), www.arizonamed.medicine.arizona.edu (20 January 2009)