For this Assignment 3- Part 2- TED Talk Video Presentation, you will use your outline from Assignment 3-Part 1 to prepare your video presentation. You will
teach your colleagues to improve upon a specific career communication skill. Your video presentation will teach that communication skill/skills through a 10-
minute video recorded TED talks. Your presentation should be interactive, not a canned lecture. Learning often comes from a combination of telling, showing,
and doing. Get us involved. Incorporate visual aids. Be engaging and creative. Use TED Talks we’ve watched in this class as examples for how to set up your
TED talks. The formatting and grading directions are described below, but also use your readings and learning materials from this module to help guide your
ELEMENTS IN THIS PROJECT
Remember, this TED talk relies on preparing your Assignment 3-Part I outline, which asked you to create a presentation outline with a fully developed
Introduction, Body, and Conclusion. Remember, your three credible sources must also be integrated into your presentation through three oral citations—which
are oral references to your sources.
Now begin to practice and rehearse your speech standing up in front of your video camera. Make sure your final recording is in a quiet space, and I can see
your whole body and hear you perfectly. This will be essential since this is a video presentation recording, and if I can’t hear or see you properly, I can’t grade
you. For formatting pointers and help with how I will grade you, please see below.
Assignment 3-Part 2- TED Talk Video Presentation
SPEECH RECORDING FORMATTING
Please see attached guidelines for how to record your speech properly:
Guidelines for Recording Videos
ASSIGNMENT 3-PART 2 VIDEO SUBMISSION DIRECTIONS
Please see attached guidelines for how to upload your videos to YouTube and then Blackboard:
Make a video
Use your smartphone, computer, or other video cameras to record yourself.
You can record yourself either directly in the YouTube app on your phone or record directly on your phone/camera and then upload it to YouTube.
Download the YouTube app on your phone or access YouTube at www.youtube.com
Create your own personal channel to upload or record your videos for the semester.
Here is a video that shows how to create your own channel on YouTube:
Next, you will upload the video onto YouTube as an unlisted video.
Here’s a video that shows you how to upload your unlisted video to YouTube through YouTube.com:
And here’s a video that shows you how to upload your video to YouTube, the YouTube app on your phone
Submit your YouTube video link through Blackboard
When you finish uploading the video on YouTube, you have two options to transfer your video from YouTube to Blackboard
Click “Share” under your video and copy and paste the video link into the appropriate assignment on Blackboard; i.e., Discussion Board post, Assignment
submission text box
Click “Share” under your video, and then click “Embed.” Copy the embed code. Then click the “HTML” button on the assignment submission textbox, paste the
embed code and click update.
Here’s a video, starting at 1:04, that shows you how to submit a YouTube video through Blackboard