You are required to review two presentations:
· A presentation from the TED website (https://www.ted.com/talks)
Your Presentation Critiques must include the following:
· One-paragraph summary of the presentation. Include an explanation of the topic, a few details about the topic, and the purpose of the talk.
· One paragraph discussing the presentation slides. Did the presenter follow all of the guidelines for good presentations? What did the presenter do well? What did the presenter do poorly? Did he or she use animation? Bullet slides? Pictures, diagrams, tables? Overview slides? Were the slides interesting or boring?
· One paragraph discussing the oral delivery of the presentation. Did the presenter make eye contact? Did he or she get lost? Had the presenter practiced the presentation before? What did he or she do well and poorly?
· One paragraph discussing what you will remember to do or not do during your next presentation. Be sure to expand here and be as specific as possible.
Your TED talk presentation critique will discuss a single presentation posted to the TED website. Watch the video presentation and then critique the presenter, writing a two-page essay explaining your position on the presentation. Make sure you include a link to the presentation and introduce the presentation. Upload your presentation critique to the Discussion Board forum TED Talk presentations and critiques, as well as to the Assignments tab for grading. If you do not submit it to the Assignments tab, it will not be graded.
Remember that the Code of Ethics and proposal presentation critiques are not anonymous, so the presenter will know who has written the critique. Therefore, you should write your critique as nicely as possible. Do not make statements such as “This was the worst [or best] presentation I have ever seen.” Instead, say, “The presenter had good eye contact with the audience (or camera). He constantly looked around the room. However, at several points, he kept his hand in his pocket and stared at the floor.” Also, refer to the presenter by name. Writing “the presenters” or simply using “he/she” throughout your critique implies that you did not pay close enough attention or you didn’t take the time to learn the names of your peers. Be precise and avoid ambiguity.
Your Presentation Critiques should be no more than two double-spaced pages and will be graded on the following criteria:
· Quality of summary
· Understanding of the guidelines for good slides and critique of the presenter’s slides
· Understanding of a quality presentation and critique of the presenter
· Quality of writing and use of judicious language to critique the presentation
· Grammar and mechanics
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