I liked the fact that they started with a game.
I loved the beginning! It was a great way to get my attention.
I agree with what tey are saying video games can help to a point, but eventually you are going to have to get up off the couch and do more for your health.
Really good use of pictures to keep the audience interested
I liked how you listed proven advantages of playing video games. You had lots of facts to back it up. I think your presentation could have been better rehearsed. I heard a lot of "um"s.
I thought it was interesting how we started with the game, but we did not really know the point since it was not the game as we know it. It seemed like the looked at the screen a little much and might have been a bit nervous.
Interesting topic. I think it's interesting that they used so many pictures.
I liked how you opened up with a game. Lots of pictures. Perhaps address HOW we can incorperate play more into schools.
I liked how you linked video games and how they can benefit people. The video was interesting in how you senses can impact how you play games. It did not seem that rehearsed and it did not flow well. Maybe be a little clearer when you are presenting and not be as stiff in front of your audience.
I agree with what many others have been saying about the game at the beginning. Very good presentation.
Enjoyed the game. Nice pictures to support your topics, but I felt there could've been less picutres and more text on the slides to support. I really enjoyed the video, it was very interesing, and I got a new view on videogames from that. I felt that you could've practiced more, there were some stumbles along the way.
Good attention grabber. Interesting facts about every day things. Good insight into what they are trying to say. Very distinct in who was us, the world, and education.
What about the Heads Up Seven Up people?
The video was really cool. I liked how they showed all of the benifits, and then took something that could be a disadvantage, and solved it with play.
Great use of research and facts to support your discussion; I also like all of the visuals you incorporate in your presentation to enhance the topic.