Sometimes the lecturer will refer back to a previous lecture or to an earlier part of the same lecture.
Phrases they could use include:
- last/previous + lecture/time/week
- already + discussed/mentioned/talked about
- What we talked about last time was the sort of qualitative effects, the qualitative version of the supply and demand model.
- OK, this is the lecture on positive definite matrices. I made a start on those briefly in a previous lecture.
- If you remember the first lecture I gave, we talked about the hierarchy of organization within ecological systems.
- And you may remember that little movie I showed of a white blood cell that was trying to eat it.
- And it was founded, as so many of these first colonies were, as a military camp. It was laid out as a castrum, as you’ll recall.
- As I mentioned at the end of the last lecture, in 1637 Charles and Archbishop William Laud overreached themselves.
- So this strand of DNA can be made into a double-stranded DNA by just using the kinds of enzymes that we’ve already talked about.
- Now we’re doing a titration problem, but you already know how to do this problem because we’ve seen a weak acid in water problem before.
- So, in all of that, as I described last week, the one political moment which might have produced a broadly acceptable settlement had been in 1647 …
- I suppose in the last lecture it’s very appropriate to go back to this particular aerial view, to remind ourselves of everything we’ve covered in the centre of Rome.
- And I just want to remind you of the tree of life that I showed you last time where we can really explore the relationships amongst all living organisms.