TED Talk Evaluation Speech  Benjamin Zander
The transformative power of       classical music
His introduction captured the audience attention by playing his pianoand jokingly giving examples of how an eight, nine an...
• He kept the entire audience engaged withconstant interaction using real life situations asexamples as well as keeping a ...
• He used a piece by one of the greatest piano composers of all times (FredericChopin - Prelude in E-minor)
•Then proceeded to break it down explaining the audience its basic elements,structure, and the relationship between chords...
In my humble opinion Benjamin Zander’s speech isabsolutely dynamic in terms of energy, audienceinteraction and comprehensi...
I would give the speaker a 5 in terms of dynamism. Ishard for me to think a way it could have been moredynamic, I feel the...
Tips used from Nancy Duarte             Benjamin Zander’s             speech was presented             in a very narrative...
I’ve learned that speech deliveryis more fun interesting andcompelling when humor andinteraction are included.
If I were to compare Benjamin Zander’sspeech with Sir Ken Robinson’s I wouldsay the most comparable characteristic isthe s...
Though Sir Ken Robinson’s humor iscleverer is a clear element in bothspeeches.
Prepare yourspeeches ahead oftime so there’s timeto revise and polishConsider applyingTED commands andtips from presenters...
Image Sources   Classical Music Orchestra• http://www.sloveniatimes.com/modules/uploader/uploads/Aktualno/Podobe1/   slove...
Image Sources   Benjamin Zander Images•Benjamin Zander and Sir Ken Robinson images taken from presentationsscreen shots.
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  • TED Talk Evaluation Speech Benjamin Zander

    1. 1. TED Talk Evaluation Speech Benjamin Zander
    2. 2. The transformative power of classical music
    3. 3. His introduction captured the audience attention by playing his pianoand jokingly giving examples of how an eight, nine and ten years old kidplay the piano, argument that lead to the main subject of his speech.Letting the audience know that the purpose of his presentation was toprove the audience with an experiment that everybody can understandand love classical music
    4. 4. • He kept the entire audience engaged withconstant interaction using real life situations asexamples as well as keeping a strong sense ofhumor throughout his speech to successfullyvindicate his point of view.
    5. 5. • He used a piece by one of the greatest piano composers of all times (FredericChopin - Prelude in E-minor)
    6. 6. •Then proceeded to break it down explaining the audience its basic elements,structure, and the relationship between chords and notes making the crowd feelunderstand and relate with the musical composition.
    7. 7. In my humble opinion Benjamin Zander’s speech isabsolutely dynamic in terms of energy, audienceinteraction and comprehension.
    8. 8. I would give the speaker a 5 in terms of dynamism. Ishard for me to think a way it could have been moredynamic, I feel the audience was fully captivated and sowas I watching it.
    9. 9. Tips used from Nancy Duarte Benjamin Zander’s speech was presented in a very narrative compelling way; the human element is very well presented with his interaction and story framework. All those elements make his speech meaningful and memorable.
    10. 10. I’ve learned that speech deliveryis more fun interesting andcompelling when humor andinteraction are included.
    11. 11. If I were to compare Benjamin Zander’sspeech with Sir Ken Robinson’s I wouldsay the most comparable characteristic isthe sense of humor .
    12. 12. Though Sir Ken Robinson’s humor iscleverer is a clear element in bothspeeches.
    13. 13. Prepare yourspeeches ahead oftime so there’s timeto revise and polishConsider applyingTED commands andtips from presenterslike Nancy DuarteThink outside thebox! Be Fun, &
    14. 14. Image Sources Classical Music Orchestra• http://www.sloveniatimes.com/modules/uploader/uploads/Aktualno/Podobe1/ slovene_philharmonic_orchestra.jpg• Benjamin Zander Image -http://lithe.files.wordpress.com/2010/07/benjamin_zander.png?w=450&h=253•Piano Imagehttp://www.classicaltv.com/assets-uploaded/piano.JPG•Nancy Duarte Imagehttp://3.bp.blogspot.com/_NAhq-qSijVw/TLX2agGP9qI/AAAAAAAAAns/XzCOKVg4ZR8/s1600/NancyDuarte_FINAL.jpgTips image•http://www.teamsupport.com/blog/blogimages/2012/06/tips.jpg
    15. 15. Image Sources Benjamin Zander Images•Benjamin Zander and Sir Ken Robinson images taken from presentationsscreen shots.

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