LET’S TALK TED!!!10 Things You Didn’t Know About Orgasm Ted Evaluation By: Shanae M Stewart
Mary Roach is a columnist,author and popular sciencewriter.She holds a Bachelorsdegree in psychology fromWesleyan UniversityShe has four publishedbooks as if right now
Thesis Orgasm is a reflex of the Autonomic Nervous System
2. You don’t need GENITIALS
3.You can have them when you are Dead Brain dead of course!
4. Orgasm can cause bad breath.Because of Semen odor will naturally come on to the breath
5.And cure the hicupps
6. Doctors once prescribed orgasm for fertility
7.Pig Farmers Still DoPig farmers sexually stimulate female pigs (sous) while being inseminated, because its said fertility raises 6%
8.Female animals arehaving more fun than you think
9.Studying human orgasm in a lab is not easy.
10.But it sure is entertaining
Roach got her audience interestedin her by offering shocking yetfunny facts. This is also the wayshe kept her audience engagedthrough out her presentation.
TED Commandments # 7:Feel free to comment on other speakers talks
Dynamism: 3.5Mary Roach could havehad a little more energywhile she was speaking,it seemed to rehearsed.
I have learned from my speaker that the contentthat you are delivering can be just as effective asthe way you are delivering it. One can have a veryinteresting topic but because the dynamism of thespeaker is flat, so will the audiences attention be.
“School Kills Creativity” 10 Thing You Didn’t Know About Orgasm” VSSir Ken Robinson “Dreamed Big” by While Mary Roach showed a manmaking his whole presentation a Sexually stimulating a pig, whichcartoon sketch, something the was something the audienceaudience would never forget would never forget.
Changing Education Paradigms 10 Thing You Didn’t Know about Orgasm VSSir Ken Robinson used personal Mary Roach did the same thing butexperiences, lots of energy and she had less energy so her jokestopic related jokes to connect to didn’t come off as funny.his audience.
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