TED Talks Worksheets To Print:
The Review - Who is the speaker? Do you feel this person was a "good" public speaker? Why or why not?
Is it Valid? - What is one thing you heard in this talk that really resonated with you? Why?
Main Points - What was the purpose of this presentation. What did you get out of this?
Get It All Down - Write down the title of the talk, the name of the speaker, and briefly describe what the talk was about.
Key Ideas - Use this space to expand upon the key ideas you capture to strengthen your understanding. How do they relate to your life?
The 4 Keys - A great way to summarize what you have seen.
The Course - You will need time before, during, and after the presentation to sum up your thoughts.
What Would You Ask? - If you had the opportunity, what is one question you would ask the
speaker about this talk?
Application - How can you apply and connect this to your everyday life.
Takeaways - What were the key takeaways fo you?
Rhetorical Analysis - See if you can determine the level of effectiveness of this presentation.
Analyze It - What is the exigency? What need is this talk fulfilling for the audience? For the speaker?
The Argument - What is the exigence for this argument? What does the speaker say about the need or demand for them to share
Reflection - Which did you connect the most with personally? Which had the most
application to your life? Why?