Examples in the lecture
In the reading passage, it talks about (title), which means (definition of the title, always shows in the first line or the sentence subjected with the title).
Then the professor in the lecture gives the following (number) examples to illustrate the point.
First, he talks about (example 1). During the explanation with details, the professor introduces the concept with concrete description of the point. By saying that, he/she first mentions the sub-concept and then goes with the relative details to make it clear.
Second, he continues with another example that stands on the same point. By clarifying the details, the professor demonstrates the point from another prospect. Following the same pattern, the details go in line with the point.
In the end, the professor emphasizes on the point with the summary that the above two examples support the point in the reading passage.
In the lecture, the professor talks about (title, also will be shown in the on-screen question), which is the sub-category under (subject like geology, biology, sort of that).
Then, he/she gives the following examples to illustrate the point.
First, he/she talks about (the first example), which has a clear definition. The example goes with it to support the point. It clears the point with the relative details.
Second, he/she mentions another example that stands at the same point. The details are supportive and define the point from its perspective.
In the end, the professor illustrates the relations between the main idea and examples, that is, the examples support the main point with the above details.