I would hit play on this video for many reasons. She seemed very confident with her posture. She emphasized certain words that she wanted the audience to take with them, to keep them interested. She scanned the audience so that they all were drawn into her speech. It would have been hard for her to use gestures in her speech because she was holding the award. She also used great pauses in her speech. Her ability to captivate and an audience is one of the many reasons I chose her to be my iLeader.
In this video, I would have to hit play because he used very good concepts of PVEG. For the P, he had a very good stance and you could tell that he was passionate about his topic. For V, he fluctuated his voice to keep me interested in his speech and his topic. For E, he scanned the room and even the front row and did not just stare at one person. For G, he had timed his gestures to where they were needed and met at just the right time.
As much as I loved this speech, I would have to say pause. He did not seem very interested in his own topic and he kept pacing back and forth, which was very distracting. His voice was very mellow and did not fluctuate. He did, however, have wonderfully timed pauses in most of his sentences. He scanned the audience. He did not have many gestures, which I thought was a negative to his speech.
For this video, I would say pause because overall it was very boring. He was rocking back and forth from one foot to the other. He did not seem very interested. His voice was very monotone and he did not have very many gestures. He scanned the audience, which had a very little effect on the audience.
I would have to say pause. In this video, Eric had a presentation to go along with his speech and it was very distracting. You could not see his posture, eye contact, or gestures. His voice had short pauses in it. That is about all the speech had to it.
Anika's speech was amazing, it was so relatable. She had a great posture, great pauses, and great eye contact. Though, she did keep her hands by her sides in the complete first thirty seconds. I would say play on this video.