Ted talks lessons and First class - getting to know you

 havo 5 - First class
Getting to know you and TedTalk start

Karen van der Eng-Özcan
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 havo 5 - First class
Getting to know you and TedTalk start

Karen van der Eng-Özcan

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Getting to know each other

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You know each other by now but I don't yet

So bear with me
I want to get to know you a bit

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Please share a picture from your reel or a picture you can pull from the internet that tells me something about yourself (you have 1 minute)

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Introduce each other to me

> Name, age, background, fun fact
> You'll do so in English of course
> Do you need  a minute to prepare or do you have all the info you need in your head?

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Thank you!
Now let's get started with the first order of business: spreekvaardigheid schoolexamen

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TedTalk assignment

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Steps on how to create a tedtalk
Step 1: Get familiar with the form »
Step 2: Develop an idea »
Step 3: Make an outline and script »
Step 4: Create slides »
Step 5: Rehearse »
Step 6: Give your talk »
Step 7: Savor the glory »

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How familiar are we? Any tedtalks you've seen and remember?

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Step 1: getting familiar
That means: we'll watch a couple of talks and analyse those
> Page 12 of the Tedtalk booklet

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Friday's class 15th of Sept.

Ted Talk

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What's the what again?
> TedTalk (School exam 15%)
> Rubric is on page 75 of the preparation booklet.

> Today: analyse another TedTalk (p. 16/17/18 in the booklet)
> Work on your own preparation

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Now look at p. 16-19 in the booklet

Groups of 3:
1 person does p. 16
1 person does p. 17
1 person does p. 18

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Slide 16 - Link

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Observations /  notes
p. 16 - 17 - 18

Share your notes with your group


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What do we now know about ted talks and this assignment? (p. 19: individually)

What worries you?

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When you're ready:

Come to me with the
"Teacher checkpoint" (p. 26)
 and receive my feedback & "go" on it. 

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Observations /  notes
Share with a neighbour 

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Something to think about:
> Film it?
> Do it live in the auditorium?

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WEEK 2: TedTalk

Connect through storytelling
Teach the audience something new

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 Again: the planning
Week 5: live talks start (be ready on 6 oct)
Week 6: inleveren video's ( deadline 15 oct)

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Connect through storytelling
What type of story is the next speaker telling (ethos, pathos, logos)?
How is it different from the talks we've seen before? 

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Observations /  notes
Share with a neighbour 

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Working time: develop an idea
Pull out the worksheet! > "Find your passion" (p. 20-26)

When you're ready: come to me for the "teacher checkpoint"

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This week you'll need to finish:
1) Find your passion / message
2) Connect through storytelling
3) Teach the audience something new

! Teacher's checkpoint ! 
Then: find a TedTalk about your topic (or adjacent). 

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Research time
> Watch a tedtalk(s) related to your idea
> Find new information ('teach the audience something new')
>Brainstorm angles
> Do more research (read! listen! watch!)

! Use reliable sources

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See you Friday 

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Friday 22 sept
Ted Talks

> spreekbeurt of ted talk?
> what makes a good ted talk idea?
> student example (rubric)

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Spreekbeurt of Ted Talk?

What's the difference?

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Ask yourself:
What makes a good idea for a talk?
Like a good magazine article, your idea can be new or surprising, or challenge a belief your audience already has. Or it can be a great basic idea with a compelling new argument behind it.

An idea isn’t just a story or a list of facts. A good idea takes evidence or observations and draws a larger conclusion.

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Write your idea down in one or two sentences. Ask yourself three questions:
Is my idea new?
Are you telling people something you're pretty sure they have not heard before?

Is it interesting?
Think about how your idea might apply to a room full of varied kinds of people.
Who might be interested in it?

Is it factual and realistic?
If you are presenting new research, make sure your idea is backed by data and peerreviewed.
If you are presenting a call to action, make sure it can be executed by members of your audience.

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Turn this main topic into a "ted idea": getting enough sleep.

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Turn this into a ted talk idea: teenager's brains

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Who needs help turning their topic into a "Ted idea"?

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Let's look at a student example
fill out the rubric for this ted talk

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discuss your rubric with in your group

what do you take from this?

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Has everyone shared their idea with me yet?

Teacher Checkpoint: you need my "go"

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working time

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How will you use what we've done today in your talk?

See you next week!

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