• I agree that it is much cheaper but some people don’t know what they are eating. Some of these foods are processed and treated on animals and cause bad reactions and people don;’t even know what it actually is that they are eating or what DNAs have been mixed together to get the product that they are eating.

  • I agree that people are not aware of what they are eating and some of the foods that they eat have been tested on animals and caused abnormal reactions and people eat these things still without knowing some of the effects.

  • For the problem I picked which was stress a way to the best possible way for media to understand the problem would be a digital story. I say video would help with the problem because it can show effects of what

  • The issue I’m going to be addressing is stress. Stress is a problem that has been going on for a long time. It is a natural human reaction to when humans feel down or if something isn’t going right for them as

  • The topic I chose for my 30 second hook was from my senior exhibit on Police Brutality. I presented some shocking history an evidence about my topic to draw my audience to want to hear more about what I had to say

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    I used an NFL report on NFL .com No author

    I feel confident in my recordings how I used my tone to change how I sounded and show different emotions in what I was saying.

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    Good and bad examples of a presentation https://nowcomment.com/documents/76695
    Ted’s secret to good public speaking https://nowcomment.com/documents/76698
    Anderson wanted speakers to understand

    • I believe there are many types of skills people personally use to present information to a group of people. To me, the most important thing is to keep your audience interested. Some might not always be interested in your topic, but trying to add jokes or conversation to the presentation can change everything. Speaking loudly and holding a good posture is necessary. If you look or sound uninterested in a topic, so will your audience. I feel as if everyone has the potential to be a good speaker, but practicing the skills to get you there can be a challenge. In this link below you can find tips to help one when presenting. https://jerz.setonhill.edu/writing/technical-writing/oral-presentations-tips/ I enjoyed your topic because personally I like to give presentations, but there is always room to improve.

  • One reason behind shakespeare being important today is because his language still exists in today and he was super intelligent said in video 1. He also helps people get together in school by working together to

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    The scene I am portraying on pixton is from the book othello. It is Act 5 scene 1 of the shakespeare play. Some questions I answered was could I actually make a comic based on a play from Shakespeare a long

  • Listening to music helps you in many ways to deal with stress. The soothing sounds of music channels emotions in your body that helps you relieve the stress and block it out. The sounds of music has a huge effect

  • I just watched two videos about stress called “How stress can make you sick” and “ How stress affects the brain”. Here’s what I understand about stress now. Being sick can affect you also when you are tired, an

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    I feel confident about my recordings because I feel like I did my best I could on them .
    Im very comfortable with adjusting tone and reflection with my speech this isn’t the first time for me

  • 1.The two videos that I watched were

    “TED’s secret to great public speaking” and Good and Bad Examples of Presentation.

    2.Something I understood about Ted’s great public speaking was that great speakers alway

  • The play I chose for my recording was Othello.

    The character I chose to play in the recording was Iago.

    Something I learned about recording and your tone is that it changes up the entire way of how you picture

  • The tone of the voice had life in it. It had energy to where it wasn’t boring, and you wanted to keep listening instead of the voice being boring. The volume affects the points in the play and what is happening i

  • One reason behind Shakespeare being relevant today is because his language still exists in today and he was super intelligent, as was said in video 1.

    He also helps people get together in school by working

  • I learned that I could do anything I put my mind to even if it’s something that is in fact very challenging. I also learned that I am very creative because of the ideas I used. Some questions I found out about m

  • Listening to music helps you in many ways to deal with stress. The soothing sounds of music channels emotions in your body that helps you relieve the stress and block it out. The sounds of music has a huge effect

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    ¨She that I spake of, our great captainś captain, Left in the conduct of the bold Iago; Whose footing here anticipates our thoughts A seńinightś speed. Great Jove, Othello guard , And swell his sail with thin

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