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  • Introducing HILLEL COOPERMAN Legos for grown ups
  • In this thesis Hillel talks about how something as trivial as alego block can expand into something much moretechnical.
  • What started as a small investment for his kid, turnedinto a huge addiction for him and his wife.
  • Irony and sarcasamHe pointed out the irony and sarcasam that comeswith the idea of playing with legos as a grown up.
  • His images highlighted each small topic, the imagewould pop, then the immediate reference. This was a great support tool to help us visualize.
  • Hillel followed commandment IIHe showed us in so many ways that being diferent can be normal.
  • 5 out of 5 Stars!Hillel’s presentation was very informative, visual, enthusiastic and fun. This was something that I enjoyed personally.
  • He was active with the audience and kept theirattention throughout!
  • Personal PreparationHillel’s speech came from his own personal life. Which I think helps us retain some level of passion when speakingabout a topic that is close to heart.
  • IntroThe opening of this speechwas a lot like Sir robinson’sfirst speech with no visual. Hegrab the attention of theaudience with words.
  • Sir Robinson’s 2nd video was very visual. Heused illustration to aid him in delivering hismessage. Most people like to see props andor some kind of visual aid when listening tosomeones lecture or speech.
  • My speaker as compared to Sir Robinson was a much more real to life speaker. Hewasn’t afraid to present his speech in what honestly felt like standup comedy but wasprobably the most extreme truth to something that most would normally find funny.Saying to themselves, “ no way this can’t be true.”
  • Both Sir Ken Robinson and HillelCooperman are both extremely wellversed speakers both with a keen senseof getting into the audience andgrabbing their attention with bothwords and visuals and delivering amessage that is well received.
  • Here are a fewtips for myclassmates :