Even though this wasn't a speech I didn't really enjoy the content it had ((kinda bored me.)). Some of it didn't make sense to me but the narrators voice was very loud and clear. It was also really good they used factual statements and did research.
I chose pause because in the first clip the lady was just standing there talking on and on but not giving any nice gestures or any poise which could really tie into her speech. Her word choice was fantastic, how she showed a true perspective of leadership. The one thing I caught the most was how she scanned the auditorium.
Nikki Webber Allen's speech had me sitting in my seat wanting to bawl my eyes out. This kind of speech is something that so many of even teenagers can relate to the feeling of being stuck and not wanting to do anything but just sit and contemplate about so many things you shouldn't be contemplating. I absolutely loved this speech her poise was on point she was pacing back and forth, scanning the whole room squinting her eyes, and the gestures she used matched perfectly with the words she expressed.
I absolutely loved Theo's speech because his speech and the story behind his speech I could relate to the difficulty of being a kid living with ADD/ADHD in school and dealing with learning disadvantage it gives you. His gestures were really nice and fluent meaning you could understand what his motions meant. You could also see in his eyes his passion, I know that sounds weird but you could just tell how much he loved what he was doing.
Carley's speech that she made overall served a great purpose, and was able to get into your brain... But, her overall body performance wasn't that great. She didn't move around, she didn't have any gestures, and her voice wasn't all that projected. The only thing I really liked aside from her speech was her eye contact and how she scanned the audience.
I was delighted to hear that Michelle Obama wanted to speak so passionately about a world problem for LGBT people fighting for equality in our world. I chose play mainly because of how passionate she was about this subject. What caught me the most was her eye contact, and how her voice projected in certain parts of her speech.