Lz GrandersonThe Myth of the Gay Agenda
“Gay Lifestyle”
• LZ Graderson captured the attention of the audience and  kept the engagement of the audience by referencing  things peop...
“Gay agenda” aka “US Constitution”
LZ connected with peoples emotions by giving the otherside of the story and put it in a loving perspective. Heshowed his t...
“Rights for who you areand not what you are”
• I feel the speaker, LZ Granderson, did well and I believe  he deserves a 4 in terms of dynamism. I feel he could  have a...
LIBERTY AND EQUALITY
• RESTRAIN• SIMPLICITY• NATURALNESSGarr Reynolds
LOVE AND RESPECT
• An idea is powerless if it is not shown or expressed.• Incorporate a story in a presentation• The hero is the audience a...
FATHERLY LOVEPROHIBITED IN ADOPTION
Watching LZ’s presentation I learned that a speaker canmove a crowd with emotion. Life anecdotes create awindow that allow...
Equality of a Nation
• Both LZ Granderson and Sir Ken Robinson used both personal  stories about their sons to get the audience emotionally  at...
•   Be assertive.•   Create a presentation that will connect emotionally.•   Humor is always a good thing.•   Transitions ...
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Christian Almodovar {public speaking Course}

  1. 1. Lz GrandersonThe Myth of the Gay Agenda
  2. 2. “Gay Lifestyle”
  3. 3. • LZ Graderson captured the attention of the audience and kept the engagement of the audience by referencing things people can relate to creating a connection between the audience and the speaker. He got the audiences emotions involved in the presentation as well. He kept the audience interested with small jokes and his own anecdotes that he has experienced.Capturing an Audience
  4. 4. “Gay agenda” aka “US Constitution”
  5. 5. LZ connected with peoples emotions by giving the otherside of the story and put it in a loving perspective. Heshowed his true colors as he spokeof what he waspassionate about.LZ & THE TEDCOMMANDMENTS
  6. 6. “Rights for who you areand not what you are”
  7. 7. • I feel the speaker, LZ Granderson, did well and I believe he deserves a 4 in terms of dynamism. I feel he could have added more character and more emotion in some parts of the presentation stressing the importance.Speaker Evaluation
  8. 8. LIBERTY AND EQUALITY
  9. 9. • RESTRAIN• SIMPLICITY• NATURALNESSGarr Reynolds
  10. 10. LOVE AND RESPECT
  11. 11. • An idea is powerless if it is not shown or expressed.• Incorporate a story in a presentation• The hero is the audience and the speakerNancy Duarte
  12. 12. FATHERLY LOVEPROHIBITED IN ADOPTION
  13. 13. Watching LZ’s presentation I learned that a speaker canmove a crowd with emotion. Life anecdotes create awindow that allows the audience to see the speaker in agreater light and takes them to another level ofunderstanding because of relevance.Passion of Reality
  14. 14. Equality of a Nation
  15. 15. • Both LZ Granderson and Sir Ken Robinson used both personal stories about their sons to get the audience emotionally attached. They also used humor to keep the audience interested and entertained. Both speakers showed passion toward their themes. ‘• Sir Ken Robinson showed more skill as he transitioned through his main presentation points smoothly. LZ had slight difficulty on the flow of his presentation but still got his point across efficiently. I believe that Sir Ken Robinson’s theme was more interesting and more unique than LZ because there has been less talk about it in the media.Compare/Contrast
  16. 16. • Be assertive.• Create a presentation that will connect emotionally.• Humor is always a good thing.• Transitions are very important.• Be yourself.• Stay true to the ThemeTips from TED

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