OUR TEDEDCLUB at Liceo Grigoletti Leader & Facilitator Prof. Laura Cimetta


• Stimolare e celebrare le idee creative promosse da studenti in tutto il mondo;

Lavorare con una generazione di problem solver, analisti critici e innovatori, per rendere il mondo un posto migliore;

Connettere studenti di ogni possibile provenienza e background culturale;

Offrire una piattaforma per le idee degli student;

Sostenere gli studenti nel loro percorso formativo in public speaking, così che le loro idee possano essere più facilmente viste, comprese, condivise e infine messe in azione;

Rendere un'idea - sviluppata, presentata e registrata da uno studente - un valido punto di riferimento per un curriculum, richiesta di iscrizione a un college o in un colloquio professionale

They are ready


Gli studenti dibattono e approfondiscono le idee presentate nei TED Talk e nelle lezioni TED-Ed. Poi sviluppano e presentano le loro idee attraverso dei talk in stile TED.

La struttura degli incontri dei club TED-Ed è messa a punto per incoraggiare gli studenti a farsi ispirare dagli speaker delle conferenze TED, e alla fine sviluppare e presentare grandi idee basate sulle loro passioni. Quindi affronteranno argomenti come storytelling / storyboarding, produzione, e creeranno dei visual per comunicare le loro idee nel più efficace dei modi.

Ci si connette inoltre con altri club TED-Ed nel mondo.

I club TED-Ed aggregano migliaia di studenti, che presentano e perseguono attivamente le loro idee. Avviando il nostro club TED-Ed, entreremo ed arricchiremo questa rete mondiale.

Le presentazioni degli studenti devono essere consegnate in inglese.

Let's build networks, like threads of a spiderweb.

Why a TedEdClub in my school? Because I've always been inspired by the TedTalks and have been using them in class for years. I'm Laura, a teacher of English of a HighSchool in a small town in the North East of Italy, PORDENONE. I love photography.

Here's some of my favourite Talks that inspired me through the years.

TED Speakers are known for channeling their passions. In your first TED-Ed Club meeting, watch a few speakers discuss their passions. What's your passion? What thoughts or questions make your heart beat faster? What are the unanswered questions you want to discover? Discuss the passions, ideas and challenges that spark your curiosity. CREATE A NAME BADGE WITH 3 THINGS YOU'RE PASSIONATE ABOUT.

  1. TED Speakers often suggest new, great ideas from the stage. But what makes an idea great? Is it the passion of the speaker? The content of the talk? Both? In this TED-Ed Club meeting, watch some examples of speakers talking about their ideas, and discuss with your club what makes an idea an "idea worth spreading". What are the qualities of good ideas? What can keep ideas from spreading? Which speaker's idea is your favorite? Why? WATCH VIDEO
A video by Nicole, Marika, Paola & Sabrina
Let’s Begin… Do you have an idea or a question that you can't stop thinking about? A challenge that faces your community? Or a new invention that you want to explore? Declare your idea and share it with your club members.

Where can you look to find great ideas? How can you both give and receive meaningful feedback with your club members? If you have more than one idea, how will your prioritize your list?

Let’s Begin…TED Speakers try to capture the attention of their audience at the start of their Talk. How will you keep your audience's attention from beginning to end? How will you continuously provoke thought and inspire inquiry? In this TED-Ed Club meeting, think about some strategies for opening, developing, and ending your presentation.

What dynamics make for a strong opening in a presentation? A strong conclusion? How can a speaker keep the attention of an audience for 18 minutes, or even for 5 minutes? Aside from speaking and storytelling, what qualities comprise the beginning, middle or end of your favorite TEDTalks? How will these influence your TED-style presentation?https://www.ted.com/playlists/324/the_official_ted_talk_guide_pl

TED speakers are experts in their field. If there were a few main points you'd like people to remember about your presentation, what would those be? How will you support your main points and keep your audience's attention?

  • Who is your audience?
  • What are the key points you want your audience to understand about your idea?
  • What facts have you gathered to support those points?
  • What is the story arc of your final presentation?
  • When is it useful to have visuals?
  • When is it NOT useful to have visuals?
  • What do great visuals look like?
  • How important is consistency across visuals in your presentation?
  • What are some visuals you would like to use in your presentation? Why?
Create one photo or slide you can include in your Talk. You can use Infographics,Thought maps, Interactive visuals or props or animations.

Take a moment to stop and think about how you're using your visual. Are they helpful or misleading? Captivating or confusing? Get creative about how you present and what you're presenting.

Make a list of COMMON PRESENTATION BAD HABITS! 10 Biggest public speaking mistakes

Don’t put the wrong EMPHASIS on the wrong SYLLABLE. Try practicing emphasis with these sentences. Where should the emphasis go?

I never said he stole the money. (meaning: I didn’t say it; someone else said it!)

I never said he stole the money. (meaning: I never said it; I did not!)

I never said he stole the money. (meaning: I never said he stole it; I suggested it.)

I never said he stole the money. (meaning: I didn’t mean him; I meant someone else.)

I never said he stole the money. (meaning: I didn’t say he stole it; I said he borrowed it!)

I never said he stole the money. (meaning: not the special money; other money.)

I never said he stole the money. (meaning: he didn’t steal the money; he may have stolen the jewels.)


Final talks: Your idea worth spreading You’re ready to film your club’s talks! Keep in mind the following guidelines when filming:
  1. Try to keep the camera on the speakers’ faces.
  2. Try multiple cameras for different angles.
  3. There should not be any media or televised coverage of your TED-Ed Club including the final talks.
  4. Take a deep breath, be confident and have fun presenting your idea to the rest of your club members!


Created with images by TEDxValladolid - "TEDxYouth@Valladolid 2015" • JJAVA - "Creativity" • hschmider - "morgentau network cobweb" • Redd Angelo - "Sneakers on the railroad" • Rawpixel.com - "Ideas Innovation Creativity Knowledge Inspiration Vision Concept" • sunflowerey - "Great idea words on mug with notepad, pen and notes" • cacaroot - "Who Is Your Audience?" • Yury Zap - "visual story letterpress" • ErikaWittlieb - "barbie photographer photography camera lens photo digital"

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