The two videos I watched was “TED’s secret to great public speaking” and “Good and Bad Examples of Presentation.” Down below are the links to my annotations. Chris Anderson wanted the viewers to understand that great public speaking comes from grasping the audience’s attention and make sure that you let your audience know that your topic is important. I understand that from the good and bad presentation practices that in order for a presentation to be great we have to dress, present, and organize our slides. The thought of me speaking in front of other people kinda makes me nervous and sick in my stomach. For example I had to practice presenting in front of my Capstone class and when I finished presenting the feedback I got was to have more confidence.


Photo by Southbank Centre London

Photo by Southbank Centre London

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