Steven-You seemed so comfortable talking up there, and that made a big difference. I was able to pay better attention, and was able to connect with your talk more. I loved the story and all the examples you had. It is a great and inspirational story. Great job!
Steven- I can tell your passionate about this. Very good enthusiasm! Great job. Also, you explained all the ideas very well. (:
Very Informational! Schooling is important all over the world I'm glad that you brought up that topic. I also, accept your challenge.
Steven, I liked the tone of your voice. It really kept my attention. Your voice was always pretty excited. It may have been a good idea to put different inflections on the sentences that called for it. I'm glad you told us where the money would be going. The last line was clever.
You spoke really understandably. I really liked how you used objects like the packet of information and the necklace. Your clothes also made it more relatable. It was very interesting to learn about the people in Uganda.
Enjoyed the prop of the information packet and beads! Great connections with Susan and family. I also LOVE the idea of the ELCA barnyard project! Great last statement as well.
This presentation started off great and was very inspirational. I loved how you talked about Susan and it made it very personal. I really enjoyed how you had a bead necklace to show the class. I love how you challenged us to do something.
I like how you used your personal story about Susan to make your point. I also liked how you wore the clothing of a typical kid in Uganda. Your challenge at the end was perfect. I looked you last sentence. I am inspired to help those in need.
Great voice projection!! Very informational about all of the facts that children go through and how hard their life is but how positive they stay.
Steven, I liked how you sounded. Your voice was full of confidence and knowing. I enjoyed hearing about this little girl, and how easy it is to help those that are underprivileged. You also opened my eyes to how we can help everyone and anyone.
You talk loud and clearly which get your point across nicely. Your presentation compliments your speech nicely, and I like how you relate Susan to your family; It makes it much easier for us as Americans with a pretty high standard of living understand Susan and her story in a less fortunate country. Its rather touching and interesting. Your ending sentence was a great ending! Good job!
Steven- You were very prepared and I liked how you dressed like the people in Uganada. It was very personable and you did an amazing job!
You looked very comfortable up there, and you were very confidante and you made me want to help. I like how you had a personal story, it made me think about ways that I could help a child. You did very good nice job
I loved you topic! I have helped with Outreach uganda too by buying the jewlery that they make and the chocolate that sponsors it. Its amazing how you can buy such beautiful jewlery or delicious chocolate and help out people who desperately need it. Why more people don't do this I don't know, and the way you presented your speech was great. You knew what you were talking about.
You spoke very well and helped convey your enthusiasm for your subject. The talk flowed very smoothly and your PowerPoint was very good.
I really liked how you had a first hand expierence with your project. I also liked how you didn't wear shoes to convey a point. Great job!
I like how you chose a topic that hits very close to home with you, and that you volunteered your family's relationship with Susan. You also had great information on ways to get involved!
It is kind of jumbled up, a little streamlining could help, but its a great positive message with an awesome and inspiring tone. It is interesting how so little money (in American terms) can help out so much. These type of organizations are good.
He had a very informative speech that gave a brief synopsous of how he got to know the children and way of life in Uganda. He had a very powerful deliverey and was easily heard. I enjoyed it.
You were very prepared and well spoken. Your cause could change many people's lives and you expressed it well through your projection. At times you lost track of your slides, but it wasn't distracting.
Steven's presentation was really moving. Showing his personal experience with Africa was a very good idea. All his pictures coincided with his presentation. Including the TED challenge was a great idea!
Steven had an excellent topic about reaching out to poor children in Africa who need assistance. Giving money or donating to an organization can help many people in a poor village.
Steven you seemed so relaxed and comfortable up there. I could tell that it was well practiced. I liked how you mad the audience feel the conditions that Susan was living in. Good job!
You had a lot of good information that really gave me a lot of reason to help these Ugandans. I think that the examples of organizations which help Ugandans really give us something to act upon. I might check into donating to one of these organizations as a result. I feel like your conclusion was very good also because it left us with a sense of purpose.
I greatly enjoyed your presentation, your speaking technique was very fluent and well-rehearsed. However, I thought the mouse-in-your-pocket method at the beginning was a little awkward, but besides that the overall standard was set very high by your presentation.
Steven was very prepared and showed how to make a difference in a person's lives. It was very inspiring and made me feel like I should make a difference.