In the industry, or even in the classroom, people seem to have a collective habit of complicating their speech when explaining things to other people. This is especially true of teachers and higher ups. I hate this. If someone is asking for help, especially if they're asking for help with something BASIC, there's a pretty good chance that they don't know a lot of technical jargon. There's nothing wrong with keeping it simple and explaining what "industry terms" mean along the way.
Granted, you can't escape professional terms, but you don't have to present yourself like a condescending, pretentious know-it-all either. I hope if I'm ever in the position to teach or explain something, that I'll stick to my guns and keep it simple.
Simple is the way to go!