[At the 0 min 11 secs juncture:] The actual word order doesn't always tell us the order of argument.
Later, the Prof discusses the Standard Form, in which the premises are written above the conclusion, each on a separate line. But the Prof doesn't explain the 2 different orders of the arguments. So in writing, why would a conclusion precede a premises? Does the Standard Form imply easier readability, whenever the premises precede the conclusion?