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Writ 1622 Composition 2

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  • 1. @ At TED, our motto is “ideas worth spreading.” Our presenters are determined to bring to the widest possible audience the ideas that they’re passionate about — whether those ideas are about science and technology, art and culture, politics and society, or the development of the self. To further that mission, we’re reaching out to college students, including those at the University of Denver, to ask for your help. What ideas are worth spreading to your peers? What idea are you, personally, so passionate about that you want to educate other college students about them and inspire them to join you? Now’s your chance to spread your idea and share your passion. We are soliciting submissions of TED presentations from DU students. Submissions should take one of two forms of sequential art: either a PowerPoint presentation or a comic. And, either way, your presentation should make an argument. See below for details. PowerPoint Presentation Comic PowerPoint presentations should include not only a sequence of Comics should be sufficiently rich, in images and text, to fully slides but the accompanying lecture. Lectures should be 10–12 develop and unfold your idea. Art Spiegelman’s one-page minutes in length (which, when typed out, is about 1,000–1,200 “Remember Childhood?” is a good example of a very brief but words). sufficiently rich comic; it’s more likely the case that your comic will be longer than that, with less detail packed into every panel For examples of great presentations, check out these TED lectures: — like the pages from In the Shadow of No Towers on our blog. • Al Gore on the climate crisis: http://www.tinyurl.com/ylm9y74 • Han’s Gosling on poverty: http://www.tinyurl.com/kuogg4 • Seth Godin on advertising: http://www.tinyurl.com/nq5xbh • Patricia Burchat on dark matter: http://www.tinyurl.com/yaxv3g4 To create a PowerPoint with audio, sign up for a SlideShare account and watch/listen to the instructions here: http://www.slideshare.net/jboutelle/slidecasting-101Interested students are to bring a rough script and storyboard to Centennial Halls on Tuesday, February 1, to get suggestions from peers. Reviseddrafts are due to TED representative John Tiedemann on Thursday, February 3. Final drafts are due to John on March 13. http://www.ted.com/