Documentation of C# code

So I just watched the Instructor Hangout 2.2, where Ben and Rick mentioned that extracting code into separate methods helps with readability of the code. I’d like to emphasize that it also helps with properly documenting your code, so adding comments that describe what you have done. It is much more readable, if your commentary is on top of a method declaration than somewhere in the middle of a code block.
Maybe there could be a small lesson where they bring up the importance and maybe some suggestions for properly documenting your code.

Or is there already a lesson about this?

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