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Full Sail homework, for public speaking

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    • Raghava K.K. What’s your 200 year plan?
    • THESIS: Creating your legacy bytelling your story, and creating your200 year plan
    • Raghava KKcaptured theaudience attentionby having greatbody language,and a powerfulvoice.
    • Raghava maintained the audience attention with slideshows, personal stories, and related to the audience on aone to one level.
    • To convey his message, Raghava usedcommandment 4. “Thou Shall Tell A Story.”
    • I would rate his speech a 4.5, only because thereis always room for improvement.
    • Advice from GarrReynold that Raghavaused in his presentationwas, using slides ashumorous punctuation. Ithelped Raghava’sdelivery to make it fluidand the images arememorable.
    • I learned that you need to be passionateabout your speech and tell personal stories tokeep the audience engaged.
    • Both Sir KenRobinson andRaghava KK gavegreat speeches.Ken Robinson wasmore humorous,while Raghavawas morepersonal.
    • creativity Comparison Knowing Telling awho you are. story
    • Contrast Raghava: Sir Ken Robinson0 Setting goals 0 Chang the0 Using your talents education system to get far in your goals.
    • Tips for my classmates:
    • Share somethingmeaningful with theaudience, like apersonal story.
    • Make your audience feel something.Make them laugh, and cry.
    • Citation:www.zombiesquirrel.com -www.ted.comwww.raghava.comwww.google.com/imageswww.bing.com/imageswww.facebook.com/raghava