Lisa KristinePhotos that bear witnessto modern slavery
Thesis: Lisa Kristine pleaded a cry of help and of unjust for the ignored modern day slavery that cannot speak for itself and is currently in action around the entire world.
Ms. Kristine wasquite captivating byplacing an intensevisual in the mindsof the listeningaudience, one sovivid that it wouldleave the audiencewith the feeling as ifthey were rightthere in the story aswell.
She also kept the same vivid depictions, keeping her audience extremely involved throughout her entire presentation.
She really used the 4th TED commandment the most, Connect with peoples emotions. This was very useful for what she was trying express to the listening audience.
I would giveher a 5 out 5.Reason being,she reachedout to thosewere andwere notaware oftheseunknown-knownatrocities thatstill threatenand affect ourworld today.
Even though this idea is not an original one,the delivery could not have been moreconsciously revealing and emotionallytouching unless the audience was apart thisevent that is taking place.
I would sayMr. Kristinekept thingsquite simpleand straightto the point,which is thefirst rulefrom GarrReynolds.
I learned thatemotionallycapturing eventswould in turncapture the audienceemotionally;embedding athought, idea orimage in minds thatcan not be easilyimpassive.
Lisa Kristine’s approach turned outto be extremely urgent and notwatered down at all.
Sir Ken Robinson used a more glossy approach to the idea of revising school structure, stirring to be not as urgent as Ms. Kristine’s thesis.
Lisa Kristine’s presentation had noplace for anything else butearnestness and seriousness.
Mr. Robinson used quite abit of humor that wouldallow his audience to feel abit more contented, whiletaking in his thesis.
Tip for myclassmates, usethe 4th TEDcommandmentto its greatestextent. It can’tdo anything lessthan catch theattention of theaudience.
CitationsLisa Kristinehttp-/www.lisakristine.com/wp-content/themes/lisa/images/big_head_2/Artist-Portrait-for-Artisthttp-//www.lisakristine.com/wp-content/themes/lisa/images/big_head_2//Artist-Portrait-for- Artist-Lisa Kristine’s workhttp-//fstoppers.com/images-of-modern-day-slavery-by-lisa-kristineSir Ken Robinsonhttp-//inmenlo.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/sirkenrobinsonhttp-//businessplayground.com/creativity/ken-robinson-at-ted/attachment/sir-ken-robinson/