They are being lectured (i.e. reprimanded) by the teacher. He lectured (i.e. spoke) from the podium.
“She is lecturing (i.e. giving a course) in Chemistry.” (Frederick T. Wood, English Prepositional Idioms)
He lectured (i.e. gave a discourse) on a subject that was of no interest to me.
The world-famous author was asked to lecture (i.e. give a talk) to the students.
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