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  • 1. SIMON SINEK:HOW GREAT LEADERSINSPIRE ACTIONBy:Jeremy G
  • 2. QUESTION 1: Who is the speaker that you chose, and what is the thesis of thespeech?
  • 3. SIMON SINEK
  • 4. THESIS:The thesis of the speech is that people make their own reasons as you do.
  • 5. QUESTION 2A & 2B: How did the speaker capture the attention of the audience in hisor her introduction? By asking the audience question that’s related to the speech. Healso gave great intro samples before his main point of the speech.And in his intro, he introduce the golden circle. How did the speaker maintain the engagement of the audiencethroughout the speech? He gave the audience on thinking why this and why that.
  • 6. PICTURE 2
  • 7. QUESTION 3:Which of the ten TED Commandments does the speaker best follow?How/why?
  • 8. ONE OF THE TENCOMMANDMENTS:1. Make the complex plain.
  • 9. QUESTION 4:What couldthe speaker have done to increase his or her dynamism?
  • 10. PICTURE AND ANSWER1. He could have had more senseof humor to add to the speech.2. Instead of being non- funny, hecould have been a little morefunny with the speech.
  • 11. QUESTION 5:What tips were used from Garr Reynolds or Nancy Duarte?
  • 12. PICTURE:
  • 13. TIPS 1. Start with the end in mind 2. Know your audience as well as possible 3. Content, content, content 4. Keep it simple 5. Outlining your content 6. Have a sound, clear structure 7. Dakara nani? (so what?) 8. Can you pass the "elevator test"? 9. The art of story telling 10. Confidence — How to get it
  • 14. QUESTION 6: 6. What have you learned about delivery based upon watching yourpresenter? Keep your speech on the topic your trying to connect with youraudience. Make them wonder about tpoic like how, and why.
  • 15. QUESTION 7: Compare and contrast your speaker to Sir Ken Robinson from thetwo videos you watched (“Schools Kill Creativity” and “Changing EducationParadigms”)
  • 16. PICTURE
  • 17.  My speaker made hisaudience laugh. He made his audience thinkabout the point of the topic. He kept it simple andsmooth. He had a clear voice to hear. He said his words on aprofessional way.COMPARE AND CONTRAST:School Kills CreativityChanging EducationParadigms
  • 18. QUESTION 8:8. What tips can you give your classmates on delivery for their upcoming speeches basedONLY on your TED Talk?
  • 19. TIPS FOR CLASSMATES: Keep your audience interested on the speech and topic. Have a clear voice. Keep it simple. Make the audience laugh a little bit. Tell a story Don’t boost the topic to the mountains.
  • 20. CITE SLIDE: http://www.fastimplementation.com/tag/simon-sinek/ http://www.caskeyone.com/category/communication-skills/ http://lolimage.com/13189_sense+of+humor+ronsart+demotivational+poster/ http://www.ted.com/pages/inviting_tedx_speakers http://languagearts.pppst.com/compare-contrast.html http://www.garrreynolds.com/presentation/prep.html

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