Instructions: choose two TED Talks from the list below. Read each piece critica

Instructions: choose two TED Talks from the list below. Read each piece critically and thoroughly. Watch the video (link in each speech document) if you want to supplement your reading. Complete the graphic organizer below based on your close reading of the talks. Submit your completed graphic organizer to Canvas to earn a score for the Analyzing target (Criterion B) and the Using Language target (Criterion D) – rubric.
TED Talk options:
“The Black history of twerking – and how it taught me self-love” – Lizzo – Link: https://www.ted.com/talks/lizzo_the_black_history_of_twerking_and_how_it_taught_me_self_love?language=en
“How to escape the cynicism trap” – Jamil Zaki – Link: https://www.ted.com/talks/jamil_zaki_how_to_escape_the_cynicism_trap
“The fastest way to slow climate change now” – Ilissa Ocko – Link: https://www.ted.com/talks/ilissa_ocko_the_fastest_way_to_slow_climate_change_now
“How we could eat real meat without harming animals” – Isha Datar – Link: https://www.ted.com/talks/isha_datar_how_we_could_eat_real_meat_without_harming_animals
“The inaccurate link between body ideals and health” – Nancy N. Chen – Link: https://www.ted.com/talks/nancy_n_chen_the_inaccurate_link_between_body_ideals_and_health
“Listening to shame” – Brene Brown – Link: https://www.ted.com/talks/brene_brown_listening_to_shame#t-2108
“How marijuana reform could repair, reclaim, and restore communities” – Khadijah Tribble – Link: https://www.ted.com/talks/khadijah_tribble_how_marijuana_reform_could_repair_reclaim_and_restore_communities
“Why you think you’re right – even if you’re wrong” – Julia Galef – Link: https://www.ted.com/talks/julia_galef_why_you_think_you_re_right_even_if_you_re_wrong
TED Talk 1:
Title and author:
Overall message, meaning, or theme:
Three most effective speech devices (in order of effectiveness):
Cited CD – example of each of the three most effective speech devices (in order listed above):
Three most effective literary devices (in order of effectiveness):
Cited CD – example of each of the three most effective literary devices (in order listed above):
TED Talk 2:
Title and author:
Overall message, meaning, or theme:
Three most effective speech devices (in order of effectiveness):
Cited CD – example of each of the three most effective speech devices (in order listed above):
Three most effective literary devices (in order of effectiveness):
Cited CD – example of each of the three most effective literary devices (in order listed above):
Assess which speech is most effective at communicating the overall message, meaning, or theme:
Explain how the author created such an effective piece – be specific:

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