Who writes this drivel? It is unintelligible in parts, makes no sense overall, and follows no known grammatical rules.
I tried these Essential Motions effects with Premiere Pro CS6, but numbers 14 & 15 locked the programme when selected, no dragging or dropping just select the zoom in/out distortions.
Another tip: record some "room tone". Grab 45 seconds of nothing, just the ambient sound of the location. This will be useful during editing.
You might have a shot where the talent is not speaking, but there is a crash, bang, wallop going off in the background. Patch in the room tone, hey presto. Maybe the talent is wearing a lavalier and brushes it during an otherwise good take. You need to snip out the rumble but silence is so obvious. Pop in some room tone. Job done!
Try to avoid repetition, it wastes time.
Moving the camera sideways across a shot is truck, dolly is moving the camera towards or away from a subject.
I like what this chap is saying. Put simply, know the rules: know why you are going to break them. Clear examples too. But why, oh why, does he have to gabble as if he is desperate for a pee? Slow down, pace the narration, give yourself room to emphasise the important snippets. You are not trying to hide the mandatory terms and conditions at the end of a radio advertisement.