Julie Lythcott Hams Ted Talk Analysis

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Julie Lythcott-Haims Ted presentation of “How to create successful kids without overparenting” talks about the importance of giving a child the opportunity to make its own decisions, when it comes to their future. This TED presentation focuses on the education of a child and how a parent involvement can either harm or help a child. Julie Lythcott-Haims, is known for focusing on the studies on the development of a child. The success of a child is important because it creates opportunities for self-growth and a better way of living. The following review will examine a Ted talk by Julie Lythcott-Haims specifically visuals, her engagement with the audience and her persuasion.
Julie Lythcott-Haims, failed to meet my expectations on the use of visuals within her presentations. Throughout the Ted talk, Julie did explain her point in a timeline manner, she would first mention how parents raised their children in an overbearing manner when it came to their education, and then continue by describing how It went about in high school to college and how it would affect them. Many TED Talks that I’ve seen have had either had a presentation or visuals that helped represent their talk. So when I watch the video and saw she was talking the whole time with no
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Lythcott did not meet my expectations on how she used visuals, but her engagement with her audience and convincing claims made it interesting and easier to enjoy. My perspective on how to better raise children has changed, because even though the points she made were simple and general, they still had a big impact on how I believed children should be raised. Her TED talk was what I expected and more because even though she didn’t show visuals or a presentation she spoke in a timeline manner that still made it easier to remember what she was saying, because it because relatable to the

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