A lecturer will often signal that they have finished a topic and want to start a new one.
Phrases they could use include:
- move on
- turn to
- [After a pause] OK.
- let’s now talk about/look at/take a look at
- So let’s move on to talking about the shapes of molecules.
- So I think we’re safe to move on here.
- I want to turn from the Temple of Venus and Roma to the much more famous temple that Hadrian constructed.
- Let’s turn now to the other destabilizing group, the Arminians.
- And we’ll turn to that a bit later.
- OK. Good. Now I have just five minutes to tell you about this last topic …
- All right, so armed with that, let’s now talk about how firms make short-run production decisions.
- Now let’s talk about long-run production.
- So let’s take a look at some examples.
- OK, now let’s just look at how equilibrium should work.
- Now the next point in the lecture is to put those steps together into a matrix that does it all and see how it all happens.