ENGAGING LECTURE TIP 8 Rule of Three

The Rule of Three is a basic communication principle that suggests that during written or oral communication, presenting information in threes is the best approach. This is because a three-part structure combines the brevity that helps us stay within the confines of working memory while also offering a sufficient amount of entities to create an interesting, identifiable pattern. Thus using the Rule of Three can help us make our lecture content more engaging, enjoyable, and memorable.

To implement the Rule ...

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