TED-Ed Club Meeting #4 The Beginning, Middle and End of Your Presentation
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TED Speakers try to capture the attention of their audience at the start of their Talk. How will you keep your audience's attention from beginning to end? How will you continuously provoke thought and inspire inquiry? In this TED-Ed Club meeting, think about some strategies for opening, developing, and ending your presentation.
Watch examples of TED speakers from the Extra Resources packet -- great openings, great methods for sustaining an audience, and great closings (e.g.: “Aha!” moments, props, passionate one-liners) -- and discuss.Talk about ideas you have for your beginning, middle and end.