The first thing you should do is to clearly define the issue. It should be clear and specific. Starting from the theme, consider the structure of the lesson plan. Each lecturer determines the structure in different ways. It depends on his personality, commitment, his willingness to work and readiness of students. Different audiences on the same topic do not always present the same way. You can make a plan or plan-a theses. Each lecturer himself must decide what suits him more. Not everyone can competently carry out the lecture, based only on abstracts. On the other hand, another lecturer does not need a detailed outline.
The next thing you should pay attention to is the goal that should be achieved thanks to your lectures. Objectives are divided into: educational, developmental, etc.
The next point of the plan of the lecture is during the lecture. Here should be detailed all the actions of the teacher, methods used, assumptions, in a particular case should behave the listener.
The actual lecture should consist of three parts: opening, presentation and closing.
The introduction should interest the listener, so you should pay attention to "catchy" phrase, as well as some innuendo, forcing the audience to stay for the entire lecture in a state of attention and tension, waiting for clues, disclosure, the quintessence of the subject and answers to all questions. At the same time, the introduction should be brief.
The main part of the lecture is its presentation, it must be disclosed to the theme and the goal is achieved.
Conclusion - a summing up, a short repetition of the theme and the affirmation of its main points.