An Instructional Demonstration activity effectively presents information by providing step-by-step guidance and visual examples. Through clear narration, accompanied by visual aids such as screenshots, diagrams, or videos, learners are guided through the process or concept being demonstrated. These demonstrations break down complex tasks into manageable components, facilitating comprehension and skill acquisition. Learners can pause, rewind, or review the demonstration at their own pace, ensuring understanding. By showcasing real-life applications and practical techniques, instructional demonstrations bridge the gap between theory and practice, preparing learners to effectively apply their knowledge in real-world situations.