P: 3 V: 2 E: 1 G: 1 Drew speaks so quickly that you can't really tell where he pauses. I also don't hear him change the tone in his voice. His eye contact and gestures are good though. He looks around at everybody and has a different movement for whatever he is going to say.
Nikki reads from the cards and doesn't look anywhere but straight ahead of her. She also doesn't have any hand gestures because she is holding the cards with both hands. You also don't hear her voice change, but you do hear her pause at certain points.
The person talking in this video was sitting in a chair and had no audience to talk in front of, so his eye contact didn't move from person to person. Although, he did have hand gestures and he paused (sometimes). His voice didn't even seem to change in the slightest way.
P: 1 V: 1 E: 1 G: 1 Mrs. Obama's hand gestures really tell and show you that she is in to what she is saying. She is looking around at all the thousands of people in the crowd and is comfortable being on on stage talking. Mrs. Obama is also changing he voice on some parts where she talks about the things that they did before her husband became president and how it is so important to her.
P: 1 V: 3 E: 1 G: 1 From the very beginning of the speech, Thomas was already using hand gestures and using pauses between sentences. The only thing that really bugged me was that he walked around a little. Thomas also didn't really seem to change the tone in his voice.
Granted that the speaker in this video was a little boy, you could understand what he was saying. Although, he did not have one single hand gesture and looked down at his paper every 2 seconds. This kid also didn't look around because he was just really talking about Mary, Queen of Scots and wasn't talking to anyone but the camera. You also couldn't tell the difference in his voice.