When teaching a concept or skill, examples are often used to illustrate the point and help the learners understand better. However, not all examples are equally effective. Some examples may even have the opposite effect of confusing or distracting the learners. One of the common pitfalls of creating examples is making people characters in them.
This article will explain what characters in examples mean, why they should be avoided, what are the drawbacks of using them, and what are some alternatives to replace them. By following these guidelines, you will be able to create examples that are clear, relevant, and engaging for your audience.