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Use keywords, colors and and chop it up to small portions

Whatever topic you teach, make sure it’s easy to follow on, and spot the connection between ideas. Think about it: as a student what questions would you have after reading your presentation?

don’t mention unnecessary information.

when you mention information, don’t use synonyms. Use the exact same words. The more they hear it, the more likely they will remember it. When you use a synonym, as fresh information they might mistake it for a completely different thing.

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