TEDTalk 2006 Compare and ContrastBy: John Cordeiro
Jarrett Krosoczka In his Speech How a Boy Became an Artist, Jarrett Is very soft spoken when compared to speaker Sir Ken Robinson
Jarrett Krosoczka Jarrett uses Multimedia and visual aids in his speech where as Ken Robinson uses none.
Visual aid usage The audience in Jarrett’s speech seemed to laugh more at the visuals then his stories.
Ken Robinson Both speakers use humorous stories to connect to the audience thought Ken seems to connect better and kept the audience laughing.
Jarrett’s audience Jarrett starts with some dark stories trying to connect with the audience and it took a while for him to make the connection.
Room and LightingKen’s audience and stage areboth well lit where Jarrett’sstage and audience are darkand gloomy.
Conclusion Both speakers were very good at making their points, neither spoke with great urgency on the topics but both connected with the audience through the use of their strengths.Ken’s with a steady streamof humor and Jarrett withthe use of some interestingand unique visual aids.
Reference Both of these speeches can be viewed at http://www.Ted.com Jarrett Krosoczka – How a boy became an artist http://www.ted.com/talks/jarrett_j_krosoczka_how_a_boy_became_an_artist.html Ken Robinson – School Kills Creativityhttp://www.ted.com/talks/lang/en/ken_robinson_says_schools_kill_creati vity.html