|Guest lecture / keynote speech
||Oral presentation (using audiovisual material and student interaction) designed to transmit knowledge and encourage learning. Presentations of this type are variously referred to as ‘expository method’, ‘guest lectures’ or ‘keynote speeches’. (The term ‘keynote’ refers only to a type of speech delivered on special occasions, for which the lecture sets the tone or establishes the underlying theme; it is characterised by its distinctive content, structure and purpose, and relies almost exclusively on the spoken word to communicate its ideas.)
||Practice-based learning method involving activities such as demonstrations, exercises, experiments and research.
||Written learning progress test, characterised by pre-determined answers. Well-designed tests offer objectively quantifiable results in relation to student knowledge, capacities, skills, performance, aptitudes, attitude, intelligence, etc. Used for diagnostic, formative and summative assessment. May consist of all or any of the following types of questions: multiple choice, ordering and sequencing, short answer, binary, completion, multiple matching.