I see a person that is doing a ted talk with an idea floating on there head. I think that Ideas are crucial to creating a successful and good presentation. I wonder how you could make everything you say connect to your main idea
I see a lot of visuals to showcase the main idea of the video. I think that ideas and connections are very important when it comes to learning and taking in new information. I wonder how people can highlight and make their ideas vivid.
I see a lot of visuals and pictures to present the main ideas expressed in the video. In my opinion, I think that the process of coming up with ideas and connecting them is a significant factor when we learn in and out of school. I wonder how different people can visualize the main ideas and expand them within their knowledge.
I see how people's brain have a link to create an idea as if a line was linked to create a structure. Personally, I think that ideas are really important because they make what you are and what you think. I wonder how ideas were created and structured in people's brains.
I see a man talking about all the ted talks he saw and also a lot of features to explain the idea more. I think he is trying to teach us a way to become a professional public speaker. I wonder, how every ted talk people can memorize what they are going to say in their brain.
I can see that ted talker have only one goal is get the people attention. I think it is very interesting that ted talk have one goal, and that makes me think why do all ted talk have one goal. I wonder what is in a mind of a ted talker.
i see this man talking about many other ted talks, and giving tips to the audience, and also see good ted talks that influence me. i think that the tips that he give out is very good, and also he gives out the ideas, following his own tips, so it was very curious at first and then him giving out his detailed information made me feel like i want to hear more. i wonder if there could be any more tips that he could give because the ones that he gave were very compact, but yet a little breif.
I see mainly a man talking about TedTalk and visuals to express the main ideas in the video. I think that the ideas that the video suggests for us are very useful, especially when it comes to taking new ideas during classes. I wonder if there is a strategy to connect my thoughts and my main ideas together, because I normally find this being a little complicated.
This Ted Talk is about a guy talking about how other people do ted talks. I think that the only thing that is crucial in a presentation is to be not shy, and make it fluent. I wonder how you can talk, but it is always related to the topic.
I see a person talking about TedTalks and how other people do them and as he uses visuals to express his ideas and to show his main ideas. I think that he is trying to teach us how to be a better speaker in front of an audience and that when presenting we should not be shy and I personally think that the ideas he has suggested are useful. I wonder how you can talk and make it always connect to your topic.
I see a man explaining expressing his ideas through visual imagery that would connect to his ideas. I think that its interesting how you can connect how one idea can be connected to so many other people with simply 4 key components. I wonder how long it took for people or this man to come up and discover these 4 tricks to use for other people as well as himself.
I see a person explaining about the way people presents, especially people sharing their stories in ted talk. The video contains a lot of visuals and pictures that links to the ideas, which helps us to have a better understanding of the subject and it engages us to watch the video. I think that the strategies he tells us are really useful and how are brain works as we can apply this when we are presenting in front of the class. I wonder how we can make the presentation more fluent and get rid of the nervousness when you talk in front of a lot of people.
I see Chris Anderson talking about how visuals and pictures can show the main ideas of a video. I think what he explains in the video is really useful, and we can use this in what we're doing in class. I wonder how to ALWAYS apply this to life.
I see that the talker uses a lot of images to help that watcher understand how TED Talkers share their ideas with the audience. I think that the man is explaining his idea about ideas very well, he talks about how a person that shares their idea for about 10 minutes or so could inspire and spark an idea about the subject to hundreds of people listening to the talker. I wonder how to be observant since I could see this man has already seen TED Talks and still 'figure' out how different talkers share their ideas in similar ways.
I see a man talking about the features and qualities of a ted talk and how people use these techniques to explain their ideas. I think that these qualities could be applied to middle school students or just students in general because we could use these techniques to apply it when we are presenting our ideas. I wonder how the presenters in these TED Talk videos are able to make their presentation flow and get their audience engaged.
I see a lot of visuals to represent his ideas and it lets us understand how neutrons work better.
I think that if we use the stradegy about delivering ideas, we can also improve on giving a presentation or just public talking
I wonder how neurons connect better and more about how neurons work.
I see a man explaining his ideas through visual images and videos that supports his thinking. I think that it's really interesting how he explained his theory in a way that everyone can understand, while transferring a lesson to a person's mind. I wonder how to be a braver person in front of a big audience or a camera, just like the people in the video that presented a Ted talk.
The man is giving examples of many ted talks over the past years, and are representing the similarities between the ted talks.
It talks about ideas and the suggestions made by the man on ideas are very useful .
I wonder if there are certain ways, or techniques to tie all my ideas together because my head is like a puzzle with the puzzle pieces everywhere. If i tie them then it will be easy to pull out what I need, when I need it and it'll be easy to link them together.
I see a man that looks somewhat like Kevin Spacey. He talks about how easy it is to get the audience to feel the same thing. I think that the best way to convey a message is to speak with energy and passion and when your audience is interested, they will start paying more attention. I wonder, are there others that find this helpful and are there others that think it's not?
I see that there are a lot of images so the video has the ability to give a solid explanation about the secret to public speaking. I think that the way they managed to explain was very unique as they make the choice of words very simple, but the way they choose to say it is unique which helps the viewer understand more. I wonder if they thought of any other ways of perfecting public speaking, or if they could discover any other way of perfecting public speaking.
I see a man talking about a bunch of Ted talks and a lot of visuals. I think that the man is teaching us how to become a good speaker and make people interested in the idea. I wonder how long it take to come up with a bunch of ideas which connect to your main idea.
I see a man talking about the special tips of becoming a good speaker and telling us tips of the very basic to become a good speaker. He says that it is easy to get attention from the audience. When public speaking I think that using enthusiasm, full of energy, and actively speaking will make the audience feel more attracted to the speaker. I wonder if there is more tips to becoming a better speaker because, I am a weak public speaker, and I get shy when getting on stage.
I see a guy name Chris Anderson talk about great public speaking. I think this is very interesting because he explains about how to be a great public speaker and he is also very passionate about his idea. I wonder how are people so confident when they get on stage and talk to a gigantic audience.
I see a man speaking with imagination that he thinks while he is talking. He is also showing examples by giving another views or images. I think our brain is working very active when we are trying to remember something or learning new things. I wonder that if our brain can load bunch of ideas in limited thinkings.
I see a diagram on top of the speaker's head to represent their ideas and the connections that is on going in their brain. I think that good ideas are important in preparing a good presentation. I wonder how people make their ideas intriguing.
i see a man who explains what makes TED talk really effective. I think that all successful presentation has similar hooks, where they provoke and make the audiences interested and engaged. I wonder how we can do all of these things that he shared, when the anxiety is overwhelmed, and you may make a mistake.
I see a man with a good deal of knowledge on the tactics of presenting and speaking publicly. I think that his ideas are not ones to be swept aside because they will be useful in out future projects. I wonder how he would handle forgetting all his notes? How would he, a professional, improvise in an awkward situation like a public memory blank?
What I have seen is a man who has a good sense of public speaking. I think that the man is helping us to improve our public speaking. I wonder how to handle all the stage fright.
The Visual in the video really helps you understand what the man is really trying to say. There are only four key components in this video and it is really interesting how those 4 key components can connect you with people.
I see a man talking about what makes a good presentation. I think that he has put a lot lot of ideas of what you could do. I wonder if in the end he could give a summary of all his points
I see a man in a suit talking about Ted Talks and giving advice on doing them. I also see numerous visuals including 3d shapes, pictures and videos. It also shows many Ted Talks as examples. I think it is very challenging to do a Ted Talk, and I think the ideas in the video are very useful. I wonder how much preparation the presenters in example Ted Talks had, and how nervous they were.
I see a man talking about how to become more confident while doing Ted talks. I think that is is really hard to be up in front of a huge audience, and talk about your ideas. I wonder how adults and even children gain the confidence to stand up there and talk.
I see a man sharing his opinions how to make ted talk effective. There are images to help me to understand easier. His suggestions give lots of ideas how we could apply them into our presentation. I wonder how the ted talkers felt during their presentation.
I see a man in a suit talking about Ted Talks and giving advice on presentations in general. I see many visuals like 3D objects, pictures and videos. It also shows examples from Ted Talks. I think it is very challenging to do a Ted Talk because it seems very stressful. I think the ideas in the video are very helpful for future presentations that I do. I wonder how much preparation is needed for a Ted Talk, and how nervous one is while doing it.
I see lots of visuals that explains the main point of the video. I think that the way they explained this to me was really helpful and interesting. I wonder how much time do most TED Talkers need to present their ideas.
I saw that this TED talk was mainly about transporting ideas in a way so that it is able to flow into people's minds easily. It also explained about ways to make this happen such as making the audience engaged in what you are talking about. I thought that these ideas were useful especially when it comes to presentations, and perhaps we could even incorporate them into our written forms of work such as a persuasive essay. I wonder how TED talkers prepare themselves for the preparation in their speech as well as their internal confidence that is needed for going on stage.
In this video, I see a man talking about TED talks and how to deliver them. Throughout the course of the video, he gave out many excellent advices that can help many with their experiences with public talks through the use of visuals. His points were supported by famous examples.
I think that gathering enough confidence to deliver a TED talk is not as easy as many say. In my opinion, giving a TED talk is like giving an inspirational speech to thousands of experts and professionals, which is something not many can accomplish.
I wonder if he can give his readers an overall idea of the entire talk at the end of it. His audience would have more of a clearer idea if he had summarised it.
I see lots of visuals and animations to help the man present his idea of how to give TED talks and to help the viewers get a better idea of what this video is about.
I think and agree that ideas should somehow connect to the audience and make them curious or else it would not be successful.
I wonder how TED talkers get their ideas and inspiration from to deliever TED talks, and how they make the speech so that it interests the listeners.
I see different examples and visuals from the narrator to show his thoughts and what he discovered and what he is trying to explain. I think Chris Anderson brings up a really good point of our minds and our different fixed mind sets. I wonder what might be going through different TED talker's minds as they present in front of other people.
In this ted talk, there are a lot of concepts in building the idea for a speech. I see the speakers examples, by using small video clips and ted talkers , and images for us to visualize what he is talking about. I also saw that he has include his big ideas and share the ideas to the audience which made an interesting speech. He uses different tones to further make the audience curious about his speech.
I think that , from his speech about the secret to the great public speaking involved new ideas that I am curious to try it my speaking. Such as the "Idea" that I need to be clear and catch the audience's attention. But overall, gathering a lot of details from one main idea can be very complicated in speaking. It involved critical thinking and creativity to build the structure of a topic.
I wonder if the speaker in the TED can provide more steps and tips that speakers can improve in their speaking and he can show more about the confidence for speakers when they have a speech.
I see a many visuals to show the idea of thit video. I think that ideas and connections are important when it comes to learning and new information. I wonder how other people can make their ideas vivid.
This video showed a man talking about different tactics to perform a good speech. It included lots of visuals and videos to give examples and to draw a specific concept in the audience's mind. The man talked confidently and fluently which made me easier to get into the talk and understand. He talked about some strategies to public speaking which was to transfer into your audience's mind and present an idea. I think that connecting our thoughts only by listening to a presentation is really powerful. A good talk containing worthy information would plant in an idea to each of the audience's mind. I personally feel challenging to talk in front of a big audience, but I think I should try to include more valuable information in my speech because now I know how powerful a talk could be. I wonder how the audience would feel stronger connections about the topic when they feel like the talk is benefiting themselves.
I see a lot of graphics coming up around the man when he's talking about ted talks. The graphics helps me understand the main ideas and details of what the man is talking about. I think this can relate to sketch noting as in both of them, visuals are the main idea to help us understand better and easier. I wonder if he could add a conclusion to his speech, it would have summarised and made his speech more clearer.
What I see in this video are images and visuals as the man speaks about people's perspectives and that we all see differently. It sort of gives me a feeling like im there as he talks. I think that ted talks are great because we all connect with each other and also with the speaker. What if you were giving a ted talk and you got very nervous so you forget what you were talking about? What would you do?
I see a man talking deeply and in detail to share his ideas and opinions. I think the way he talks is very calm which can help people to a better understanding. He also used a kick of expression in his dialogue. I wonder if it would be better if he started off with a quick brief summary of the key to public speaking, it can easily get to the point.
I see a person doing about thinking. I think that the images are used to help the people watching the ted talk to understand what he is talking about. I wonder fi everyone feels that the images help them understand.
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