What made the good ones good and the bad ones bad from your point of view?
TED-Ed videos, watch, share and create lessons with TED-Ed.Today, my most common reaction when someone makes a joke about me is to make some lazy statement in response like: Yeah man, whatever or You dont say?Sure, it can be fun sometimes, but its not regularly.TEDx events, find and attend local, independently organized events.This semester I'm teaching three classes on presentation for undergraduates at my university in Japan.The real solution lies in building real social confidence.TED Fellows, join or support innovators from around the globe.The right approach is to gauge your social confidence level in situations where others make fun of you.
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What is the right approach?
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Elements of a "Good" "Bad" presentation.Menu, ideas worth spreading, watch, tED Talks, browse the library of TED talks and speakers.So, whether youre a teen or an adult, I want to address this issue and give you the tools to handle such situations.TED Recommends, get TED Talks picked just for you.Then we have a class discussion on what make your website secure https they think are the most important elements and why.On the second day, I have students share with the class what they think are the elements of a good presentation and what they think are the kinds of things that make for a bad or ineffective presentation.Útiastaan okkar gerir essa upplifun enn eftirminnilegri á góum sumardegi.And now, the very idea of trying to find good comebacks and memorize them for future use makes me laugh.

This is a rough assembly of the items that students, numbering more than 100 in total came up with.
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