You will develop your analysis of a TED talk - http://www.ted.com/talks
First, select a "talk" (aka presentation or speech) that interests you from the 1,100 TED Talks (ranging in length from 3 to 18 minutes)
Second, listen to the presentation several times, paying close attention to how the individual uses non-verbal communication, composes sentences, and organizes thoughts, etc. Use the outline below to structure your analysis:
1. Purpose: General and specific purpose (and implied if different from stated purpose)
2. Non-verbal delivery
Movement in Your Speech
Strategies for Success
- Pathos: tone, emphasis, engagement
- Logos: clarity, conciseness, arrangement
- Ethos: credibility, expectation, reference
- Appeals (to emotions, logic, ethos)
- Figurative language (similes, metaphors, symbols, imagery)
- Use of language, word choices (diction)
- Passive or active voice
- Simple or complex sentences; short or long sentences
Oral strategies and tactics
- Speech patterns (articulation, intonation, emphasis)
- Other sound effects
Third, develop your analysis using all 5 of the areas above.
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