# TedTalk Analysis + Assignment

What are we going to do?
-Check TEDtalk analysis
-Introduce TEDtalk video assignment
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This lesson contains 29 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 8 videos.

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What are we going to do?
-Check TEDtalk analysis
-Introduce TEDtalk video assignment

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TEDtalk analysis
Watch the video and answer the questions as they come up.

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1. What does Joe talk about in the first 30 seconds of his talk?
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He says how many paper towels Americans could conserve.
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He wants people to think ‘Hey, that’s true, when I go to the toilet I use at least 3 towels. That is stupid’.
C
He used statistics about the use of paper towels in America.

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2. Why did he do this?

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3. What does he talk about from 0.30 tot 0.47?
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He shows a simple solution.
B
He says how many paper towels Americans could conserve.
C
He summarises everything and says that he hopes people won’t forget what they have to do after they have cleaned their hands.

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4. From 0.47 until 1.18 he shows different paper towels. Why?

Tell me .......?                                 ---> Turn on your microphone

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5.What does he do from 1.19-2.18?
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He shows a simple solution.
B
He used statistics about the use of paper towels in America
C
He says paper towels are very handy to use.

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6. From 2.18 until 4.00 he keeps repeating his simple solution and he tries to involve his audience, how?

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7. Why does he repeat shake and fold constantly?
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To show the importance of this subject .
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It's good fun to repeat it all the time.
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So people will remember his solution.

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8. From 4.00 till 4.22 he gives a conclusion. What does he say?
Tell me ....?                          Turn your microphone on!!

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Let's watch end of video together.

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His talk is divided in three parts. The first part is the introduction.

1.What does he say in his introduction

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His talk is divided in three parts. The second part is the body of his presentation.
2. What does he say in this part?

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His talk is divided in three parts. The third part is the conclusion.

3.What does he say in this part?

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Requirements:
1.    Make your own TED TALK of 8–10 minutes.
2.    No cheating cards
3.    Have a Powerpoint & Outline

It is a research assignments; that means that you have to investigate your topic. You have to present your topic so make sure you’re ready for that. Send your presentation ahead of time.

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TEDtalk steps
Step 1 BRAINSTORM
Watch some TED Talks & Pick a Topic. What you choose to write about is up to you, as long as it’s school appropriate. In order to get an idea of what a TED talk is all about, you will be watching and taking notes on three of them (the notes sheets are in TEAMS and MAGISTER). There is a list of suggested TED Talks in the booklet as well to help you out (in TEAMS and MAGISTER).

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Step 2 RESEARCH

Once you have an idea of the general subject area you want to talk about (Health, Science, Sports, Art, People, History, etc.), find three websites to inform yourself about it and to help you come up with evidence for your argument. A good argument should be one that is not obvious, and so should have possible arguments against it. Complete the Pre-Selected, SelfSelected, and Research pages.

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Step 3 SPEECH
STEP 3: Write the Speech Complete the Speech Planning and Speech Outline sheet, show it to your teacher to get approval, and begin writing your actual SPEECH.

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-In front of the mirror

Don't forget to time yourself!

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When should this be finished?
- 29th of March
Be ready to present both live and online.

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