Johnathan HaidtThe moral Roots of Liberals and Consevatives
Jonathan’s Question to grab audience: What Effects does the Fivemoral values have on Liberals and Conservatives
Show Of Hands...Jonathan Captured the audience attention through Audience PARTICIPATION.
THE TEN COMMANDMENTSJonathan took these commandments into consideration i give him a 4.5 out of 5. Here’s Why...
His Talk was VERY WELL Rehearsed Commandment: tenHis speech was nearly ﬂawless, as well as projection ofhis voice. The only thing that kept him from a 5/5 was that the speech lacked impact in my opinion.
Maintaining The Engagement The Speaker Maintained the Engagement of theaudience through Facts, Question directed to the Audience and joke’s driven by Controversy.
Nancy Duarte Says tell a story.The speaker I believe told a story through history from the beginning of human kind to present. A story that exhibits “Five Foundations of Morality” and there effects on different cultures and religions.
What was Learned about delivery.I learned that delivery has a’lot to do with making youraudience feel comfortable. Jonathan spoke with an un- bias report to attract the audience attention.
What was Learned about delivery.I also learned that if you have an opinion based speech, there must be facts present to back the opinion up.
Sir Ken Robinson Sir Ken Robinson’s seems to be more opinionated.Made more of an connection with the audience through comedy. Demonstrated more of a conversational speech where as Jonathan seemed he talked at you at times rarely taking a pause in between sentences, making himself seem a little too rehearsed.
Sir Ken RobinsonMade more EYE contact with the Audience.
Both Idea’s are for the progression of Humanity
Jonathan HaidtSpeech was more factual than Sir Robinson’s. With more visuals to support his idea’s.
Jonathan Haidt More Visual, walked around more
My Tips For You: Believe in what your saying Be bravehave tangible facts to back you up