Monday, March 14, 2011

Adora Svitak: What adults can learn from kids | Video on TED.com

Adora Svitak: What adults can learn from kids | Video on TED.com

14 comments:

  1. Hey guys, I really liked Adora's big words and most of all her confidence. Bye bye now.
    Brian Awalt

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  2. Hey everyone,

    I liked Adora's speech, mainly because of her talent with words. She was very clear, and seemed to talk directly to her audience. They seemed to be listening attentively, and for good reason.

    From,
    Charlie

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  3. Hey,
    I like Adora's because she had a nice strong voice. She adds her own opinions into it. She uses facts. Has big words to describe things. She really put a lot of thought into this speech.
    Bye =D
    -Ceara

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  4. Yo Guys,

    I liked Adora's speech a lot! Her ideas and language was very rich. If I was in the audience, I would feel so connected and really supportive of what she's saying.

    See ya around
    Kelsey

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  5. Hey,
    I would just like to say i really enjoyed the way she really included the audience in her speech. I also liked her awesome vocabulary and humor. Her confidantes also made the speech quite enjoyable. Her argument was well developed and she really amazed me with her skills in general.
    Over and out,
    Klaire

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  6. Hey my people wat-up? I liked Adora's speech. It has rich vocabulary and she gets into her speech. She evolves her audience into the speech and ask questions. She is gifted.


    Later my peeps
    Nathan

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  7. Hey guys,
    She is a great speaker and she as a rich vocabulary and she doesn't get scared when she is going to talk to them

    From, Cooper

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  8. Hey Guys!!:D


    I just watched Adora Svitak and her speech on children teaching adults...it was amazing, I truly thought that was one of the most impresive speeches I've heard, I haven't heard a whole lot but ya, it was great! I really enjoyed how she got into it, really talking to the audience with humor, and telling personal things like from her early childhood and saying, "True story by the way!" I really liked that, I'd like to add that in my speech...I loved how she walked around and used gestures, she sure is gifted!!! I suggest watching it if u haven't. :))

    Later 'Gater!!
    ~Sophie <3<3

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  9. Hiya!
    I loved Adoras speach! She was so fluent and expressive. Her projection in her voice was amazing and her pronounciation of her rich vocabulary was awesome! She really got the crowd involved with her jokes and her stories of her own life conected to the speach. Her stories conected to the speach and didn't get her off track wich is a big thing I admire! Thanks for showing me this!
    Ttfn! ~Sheyan~

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  10. Hey,
    I liked Adora's speech she used big words,she was loud,and she said what she thought and talked to the audience.
    bye,Jenna

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  11. Hey people out there!
    You should watch Adora's speech! She did soooo good! She was amazing! I KNOW I would be too shy to talk out loud with a big audience and not say 'um' or 'like'. I think she's a good role modal. I think I'll try to be like her during the speech. Loud and proud!
    'Live long in prospector' (Spock's quot)
    Kira

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  12. Dear people,
    I liked Adora's speech in many ways such as. One, She had great confidence. Two, she used rich language such as alienate. Three, she had great eye contact.
    Bye My People,
    Jared

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  13. um... hey bloggers/blog readers,
    I liked Adora's speech because she was just so calm and casual. I loved how she put in the funny little snippets and personal experiences. She just made it so fun to listen to. she lost her confidence a few times though, you could only tell by her tempo, she sped up.

    I'm out of here y'all...PEACE,
    Rady :)

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  14. Dear people,
    I liked Adora's speech in many ways such as. One, She had great confidence. Two, she used rich language such as alienate. Three, she had great eye contact.
    Bye My People,
    Jared

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