Lecture halls and class size || teacher's college
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We're in the teacher's college. Um, Ball State was actually found is a teachers college in nineteen, eighteen. I just want to show you what a lecture hall will look like. Um, you probably won't be in lecture halls very often. Um, depending on your major or not fight, they're mostly going to be used for core classes. I'm so maybe your introductory history class, maybe an intro, math class, something of that nature. You'll probably take most class that will include a lecture hall. Also like p f w. So, Jim, um, is electrical so kind of like this. Um and light your house seats around hundred fifty to two hundred fifty people. I know that Khun sound intimidating lecture halls at some bigger universities can hold upwards of five hundred. I'm so that kind of shows you comparison there typically, though class, because as you go through your major, you're going to become more and more specialized, so less and less people will be in those classes with you by your junior and senior year, maybe will have between thirty and forty people in a class, maybe less. I'm so just something to think about for class sizes.