People love to learn from other people. These nonverbal movement and gesture sequences tell a story or show step-by-step directions. They are most often used to answer questions or problems of what, how, how much, and where. Gestures that teach are not about how perfect your representation is. They are about how comfortable most people are with visual learning. Attention goes where it is directed. The key to successful teaching gestures is the ability to keep listeners’ eyes where you want them. Consistent and logical motions are an essential component of facilitating learning and the listener’s long-term memory.

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