- Everyone must speak about the same amount of time, using cue cards but in their own words. (pronunciation, fluency, accuracy, vocabulary, grammar, non-verbal communication, etc.)
- The group should articulate the "moral of the presentation". That is, what was the "lesson" learned by watching the TED video.
- The group was to explain the most interesting details of the TED video.
- The group was to provide supporting information that was relevant to the video but was not included in the video itself. (This requires them to research the topic.)
- The group was to include some personal experience related to the TED video. They were also encouraged to create a dialog with their audience, having their audience discuss an experience related to the TED video as well.
To see the TED video with the corresponding presentation, click here.
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