Camille Cooley kept a relaxed, confident stance from the moment she walked in. Her voice's volume got louder as she got more excited and did a decrescendo to capture your attention. By changing her voice's speed and volume, she made the audience more excited as well. She used subtle hand gestures, and you could tell she made an effort to look around the room to look at everyone during her speech.
James got straight to the point when he started off. However, he only ever looked at the floor or his piece of paper that probably contained all his information. He used multiple hand gestures that pointed to something behind him, but I'm honestly not sure about what he is trying to show me as a viewer by pointing to the wall. He kept a loud voice, but he rocked and skidded around quite often. He looked up occasionally but mostly stared at his paper or the floor.
Joe Smith started off his speech by stating a shocking fact while using multiple dramatic pauses. He looked around the room thoroughly and used several different hand gestures to emphasize his point. His voice projected perfectly when stating the important statistic. He stood still, but he seemed calm and confident in himself.
Charlie Cooper kept his voice at the same volume and only paused his voice when he turned the notecard over. He kept his feet planted in a single spot and used absolutely no hand gestures except to flip the notecards. His eye contact wasn't the best due to his notecards. He stuttered occasionally, but on the bright side, he never seemed nervous or rocked.
Scott Rickard started off his speech with a question, but his lack of enthusiasm and passion made your brain start to unplug. He kept a monotone voice and used repetitive hand gestures for the whole thirty seconds. He kept good enough poise and eye contact, however, his negatives far outnumbered the minimal positives. If you were to continue the video, you would later find out that he used multiple confusing and complicated slides in his presentation.
Cristel Carrisi had a relaxed and confident poise when she started, and she kept her composure throughout the thirty seconds. She started off with a statement that grabbed your attention and you agreed with, and she followed up with relatable examples. She paused at the appropriate times and did small gestures that weren't too distracting.