Lauren- I loved hearing your presentation for the tenth time. You talked so clearly and paused at the perfect spot. Your videos fit and work very well! Great Job!
I had no idea how may types of videos YouTube has, or that they were categorized. The videos you showed backed up your point really well. You looked relaxed while speaking. I like the way you incorporated some comedy and involved the audience. You seemed really passionate about your topic; great job!
I love how Lauren started with the slides matching her questions. It was an interesting topic that really made me think. Lauren knew her talk very well and really made her point. I now understand why YouTube is so important. I really liked that Lauren took a topic that was difficult to prove and she made it important. I like how Lauren explained how it effected her life.
Youtube is huge and a global phenonmenon! Im glad you decided to talk about it and the videos you showed instead of normal slides helped you execute the talk very well. There were many connections we could relate too, and that has made all the difference.
Lauren- The way you started already got us involved with what you were saying. you said it very slowly and clearly which made me want to listen to what you were saying. The affect of the video going on in the background helps give an evevnbigger affect. You use a little bit of humor which is also a very good way to get people involved. When you messed up words you would just smile which makes everyone forget about it instantly. I never thought of youtube as something that can change me, but now I realize it can.
Lauren: I loved your talk about YouTube. I never thought of YouTube of powerful object until now. I love what YouTube did for you and I think you will be great with film. Great speech!
Lauren- Very interesting subject. Very cool how you can show the beauty of the world through youtube. I never would've thought this was possible. You have broken the barriers of what I thought a TED talk was. Amazing job.
Lauren chose a topic that doesn't seem very important to many people who take it for granted, but does matter. She related a huge and broad topic to herself personally in many ways.
Lauren- Wow. I didn't think about how important You Tube is to our society. I really want to go on You tube now and watch some of the videos you talked about. good Job.
I like Lauren's TED Talk. It shows that things can matter without being a big issue. It can just be a simple website or video, but even that can be a big impact. YouTube can change the world.
Lauren,I liked your opening. You effectively used pace to put emphasis on parts of your talk. I liked how you used videos from YouTube, not just images and text. Great use of the slideshow!You were a little quiet. I don’t know how well the camera caught your talking. You could also use volume to have more emphasis on certain parts. For example, you could say, “It gives EVERY SINGLE HUMAN BEING ON EARTH, a voice.” (The capitals were shouting.).Overall, great job! You had a great message, and you effectively portrayed it with both words and film.-Matthew Cheney
Lauren's topic of what matters was very interesting and unique. YouTube is indeed very important in technology and to the entire world. I loved how she incorporated videos in her presentation. She showed us the meaning of YouTube, that it's not just a place of funny nonsense videos, but that there is power and beauty behind every video. She tells us about her passion and how it helped her discover what she wants to do with her life: film. Lauren did a great job involving the audience as well, and showed that YouTube mattered to her.
That was a really cool tpric to discuss, funny, sad, whatever it was it was great!
Lauren B- I thought the introduction to your TED was pretty funny! We're all getting ready for something serious, and then you say: "YouTube"...Great Intro! You explained how anyone can express themselves, and the vast effects that YouTube can have on people, including yourself. I'll be watching YouTube for a long time to come!
Lauren did an amazing job. She was able to take a topic that no one would have thought of before, and she was able to make it extremely inspiring. I never would have thought that YOUTube really mattered that much, but it does, as Lauren showed me. She did a great job with connecting with the audience and was able to get us to think.
Lauren- Wow! Your TED Talk was really good. Your numerous connections really added to the overall effect of your presentation. It was put together very well and moved very smoothly.
Haha what a great TED Talk. I lovped the suprise on the introduction. I feel I can connect with you and how youtube changes the world. Overall a great job!
Lauren-You did an amazing job!! I loved how you used the video from youtube to help your point. I loved your points it really opened my eyes. You did an amazing job!!
That was really good. I thought it was really cool how you had actual videos in your slides. I'm also glad that you talked about how youtube can convey many different emotions.
I loved lauren's presentation on youtube. I completly agreed with her veiw on youtube. I love watching smosh and the other people she talked about.
Lauren was very good at taking a very specific topic and turning it into a broader and deeper meaning. She then had tons of examples to back up her point and they varied over a broad span of topics. Good job elaborating Lauren.
Lauren - I thought your presentation was great. You had an important and meaningful point on a large part of modern society, and you presented a great argument on the massive impact YouTube has had on our society.Great Job!
Lauren, I really liked your message. I think that your presentation will make a huge impact on any adults that watch it by making them see youtube in a new way. I really enjoyed it.
So far your presentation was my favorite. I really how you showed examples of the youtubers and then you used the Egypt example. Good job!
Your presentation is fine, but the message just felt like an advertisement. Almost everyone knows about oYutube, too… This could’ve been avoided by making Youtube not the topic, but part of the argument about finding yourself.