Colin StokesIs the director of communications for a non-profit Citizen Schools.
Thesis: What we put in our Netflix que affects how our next generation is going to treat the world.
Colin explains in his talk “How Movies Teach Manhood “ how movies affect children. Colin shows man good examples of this through his own children and also examples of other children. He caught the audiencesattention by bringing up children and how important they are.
Colin showed that his son (a child) was affected from just a smallglimpse of star wars. He said that his son would dress up in star warscloths and want to chop things up.
In this speech Colin talks about how 1 out of every 5 women are sexuallyassaulted in there life. He blames this on how film and the media does nothelp with showing how to deal with women in real life as a male.
Did he keep the COMMANDMENTS!?This was a hard subject tospeak about but. He did do a , He keptgood job ANDwithin the TedCommandments.He best followed the 9thcommandment. He seem tohave his speech memorizedand heart driven.
RatingI would give Colin a 3.5/5The reason being because his presentationwas well done. But he did not seem tocapture his audience through body languageor comedic relief.
Compare and ContrastColin StokesUses good examples of reallife. But not thatentertaining.Did not use good body Used amazing exampleslanguage. of real life Throughout his speech.Did a amazing job at verbalpresentation. Moved throughout the stage and Laughed at himself a lot. Did a ok job at verbal presentation
Compare and contrast• Both men think about the future and wantto run towards it as fast as possible.• Both men brought thought provoking ideasto the table.• Both men a leaders in there fields and thislet them present a well done speech.
Colins slideshow was very spot on and to the point every slide was Valid
Colins slideshow Colins slideshow • All of Colins pictures were something we could all Colins pictures were something we to our• All of associate with and that was close hearts and memories. could all associate with and that was close • our hearts and memories. to A movie we had all seen or a memory that• A moviepopularall seen time. was we had at the or a memory that was popular at the time.
Ken Robinsons presentation methodKen Robinson did not use that many slides.He more focused on his story telling and personalExperiences then visual pleasures.
RecommendationsI can recommend to my classmates and mypeers many things.• Move around while talking.• Use valid life stories.• And make it entertaining.