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  • 1. LOOKING FORWARD INTOTED TALKS WITH STEVE JOBS AND SIR KEN ROBINSON PublicSpeaking
  • 2. TED TALKS GET REAL Sir KenSteve Jobs Robinson “How to live “Changing educationbefore you die” paradigms”
  • 3. Steve Jobs captured the audience’s attentionjust like he did mine by sharing not only hispassions and dreams, but also some of his
  • 4. Thesis: “Today, I want to tell you three stories from my life.”
  • 5. Connecting the Dots through personalstories ”The only way to do great work is to love what you do.” – Steve
  • 6. Stay Hungry. Stay foolish. Jobs was able to maintain his audience’s attention by using personal stories that were relevant and inspiring.
  • 7. Dynamism = EnergyI rate Steve Jobs speech at a 4.8.He was passionate, enthusiastic, and had greatstage presence.Why 4.8 & not 5???The one thing I did notice, was that he oftenlooked down at his notes. He could have mademore eye contact with the audience.
  • 8. Learning from the bestI have learned that you not only needto be prepared and well rehearsedwhen giving a speech, but you alsoneed to be passionate in what you arespeaking about.
  • 9. Sir Ken Robinson captured the audience’sattention by speaking clearly and byhaving a passion for the topic he was
  • 10. He speaksThesi about the links: between 3 troubling trends: rising drop-out rates, schools dwindling stake in the
  • 11. How do we square that circle???Robinson wasable tomaintain hisaudience’sattention bychallengingtraditionalthinking oneducation.
  • 12. Dynamism =EnergyI rate Sir Ken Robinson’s speechat a 4.0.He was interesting, creative , andvery knowledgeable about thistopic.Why 4.0 & not 5???His speech was hard to judgebecause I couldn’t actually see himspeak. All I had to judge him off ofwas his voice. Which was very
  • 13. Learning tothink.I learned to challenge the way Ithink about the public educationsystem.I also learned to get creative withmy presentations. I loved the dry
  • 14. ExpertsA few things from Garr Reynolds. Reynoldsrecommended to keep the presentation simpleand to limit the use of bullets. Also to always usehigh quality graphics and don’t use clip art.
  • 15. Sharing My Two CentsMy advice to my classmates is topractice, practice, practice. Trynot to look down at your notesthe entire time. Instead try to useyour notes as a quick reference.Always be creative whenpresenting a speech.
  • 16. And in the words of the late SteveJobs… ALWAYS remember to Stay Hungry. Stay foolish.
  • 17. Credits:All images used are from google.com/images using thefollowing keywords:Apple No art in schoolSteve JobsSir Ken RobinsonGarr ReynoldsClassroomTechnologyClipartThought bubblesADHD pillsPiggy bank

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