Chris, nice presentation. Your slides complimented your speech nicely and I think that you make a great a great point about how curiosity as influenced us all. I love trying new things and am glad you feel so strongly about it to (I have gotten grounded from my curiosity all the time).
Chris-From the very first words of your speech you seemed confident. I loved how you stared with and example insead of coming stright out with your point. I loved all your examples, and the points that supported your speech, the pictures you had and your power point was great too. Great job!
Chris-You seemed very confidant during your presentation which made your presentation good. I like how you used lots of examples of Thomas Edison. You topic was very interesting and people could relate to it! Nice Job!
Chris I liked your TED Talk and your story and examples with Edison. I could tell that your presentation was well reharsed. Good speaking voice and job!
Chris, good volume! You really kept my attention. I liked that you were curious about curiosity. You were very inspired by your topic. I can't think of anything to critique!
Chris- very interseting topic. It actually kind of relates back to Savannah's topic of keeping your childhood in the back of your mind. The curiosity of children keeps the world turning, Advances technology and encourages the future generations.
Chris, I'm curious about this topic of curiosity. I like being curious about many topics, but some places look down upon this. You have a good speaking voice. I too enjoy learning and learning from mistakes(meld of ideas).
I liked how you started by detailing some adventures of Thomas Edison, the epitome of curiosity. Another really interesting part of your talk was the portion about 'losing curiosity'. I know that I'm going to try and do something today that makes me curious!
Great passion in your talk!! And I liked your topic and how you brought in the question How is curiosity lost? I also like how you had a follow up question on how to fix it.
Chris- Your speech was well-thought out, and I liked the topic that you chose. Curiosity is very important, and we belittle it in our society. You looked very comfortable talking, and had good speaking techniques.
What Matters? The question itself is what matters! I love this circular thinking. Great pictures and good opening with Thomas Edison, pretty classic! This was a good topic for our class especially because our curriculum is about questioning. Good transition to another good point about discovery. You were very comfortable up there. One thing to work on is speak just a little bit more clearly. Great job overall!
Chris-I think curiosity matters too! How will new things be invented without curiosity? I totally agree we need to encourage curiosity in school and in life, because it can help create so many new ideas and perspectives. Great job with your speech also, you seemed very comfortable and prepared!
Chris-I really liked your presentation. your slide show was very well done and correlated with your talk very well. You spoke clearly, and your talk was clearly rehearsed. Good job Chris
I thought your Thomas Edison story was very funny and demonstrated the success of curiosity through a well known inventor. You really seemed to grasp the big picture and put that into words.
Curiosity has been lost through society and through the education system. We need to go back to how young children are; they experience joy in every situation and find something interesting in everything. We need to find our curiosity again. Excellent topic.
Chris,I like your topic. I had my very own why stage. Couriosity is very important I know that it has lead me to many great things. You were a very good speaker, you deffinatly knew what you were talking about. Great Job!
I like how you put a halt on "curiosity killed the cat." I could relate to your topic so much! Curiosity holds great importance in my life. You were well prepared and I was very impressed with your presentation!
I really agreed with what you said and I think that you made many valid points. The passion in your voice spoke volumes and made a big difference, great job.
I think that your long example of Thomas Edison as an introduction since it really got the audience engaged. I also could related really well to the example of society and parents really killing curiosity with the expression "Curiosity kills the cat."
That was a really inspiring talk! It looked very professional and it was great how you memorized it!
Chris- Very good presentation. Your topic was very well explained and I agreed with everything you said. Nicely done (:
Your topic was very interesting as it relates to this year in general so well! Using Thomas Edison as an example was wonderful. you sound like you believe what you're discussing and I like how you talk about how we should even be curious about things that might come off as a bit boring. Good job!:)
Chris-You were very comfortable and well-prepared. I like how you added the information about Thomas Edison, he really showed attributes of creativity. You really made me think about how I use creativity more then I realize.