THESIS:The thesis of the speech is that people make their own reasons as you do.
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.
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
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.
QUESTION 7: Compare and contrast your speaker to Sir Ken Robinson from thetwo videos you watched (“Schools Kill Creativity” and “Changing EducationParadigms”)
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
QUESTION 8:8. What tips can you give your classmates on delivery for their upcoming speeches basedONLY on your TED Talk?
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.