Script During the Culminating Program
In few minutes we will start the program. I would like remind students to refrain from standing and set your phone to silent mode as we go along the program.
Good afternoon to our President, Dr. Elsa A. Suralta. Our Head of Language Department, Dr. Araceli Villacarlos, the co-ordinator of this Hanbat University, to our dearest ELP teachers from the Language Department and to all our friends and students.
A very good afternoon to all of you.
Welcome to our Culminating Ceremony of English Language Program 2013. We are here today for the highest part of the English program.Though your English schooling may be over, but remember that your education still continues. Keep on learning by practising the language anytime anywhere. According to Pele, everything is practice.
I, II,III) I am Teacher Cel and I am given a task to be your Emcee this afternoon. To officially open our program,l would like to invite everyone to please stand up straight for the invocation, followed by the two songs – First song is Philippine National Anthem and followed by the Korean National Anthem…
Thank you so much. And that’s very beautiful presentation…
IV) Honorable guests, ladies and gentlemen without further due, now let us lend our ears and open our hearts to the inspirational message of our dear School President of South Western University, Dr. Elsa A. Suralta.
Thank you for that inspiring message madam.
V)Honorable teachers, students, ladies and gentlemen.
For the next part of the program, you’ll be entertained with South Western University Dance Company. A big round of applause please.
That’s an awesome performance! But not only them who will show their talents.
VI. For the next performance, you’ll be amuse with Hanbat University Students by the group A.Afterwards, a group B students will be performing a dance number.
*Let us all give them a resounding round of applause.
*Let’s clap our hands once again for the fascinating performance.
VII. Honorable ladies and gentlemen a program won’t be complete with out the message of our students. With out further due, let us welcome our Korean Students once again for their messages.
Thank you so much for your inspiring feedback.
VIII. I know that if we enjoy something, we want to do it again. Right? As Chris Reynolds said that the musicians did an amazing job of bringing the pieces by adding their flavor to the pieces, and he really enjoyed that. Like the musicians our performers add flavor and bringing our culminating program to life. Help me welcome once again, the South Western University Dance Company. let’s give them a warm round of applause please.
IX. Certificates are given away.
Honorable guests, ladies and gentlemen. Now please welcome our School President, Dr. Elsa A. Suralta being assisted by English Language Program co-ordinator, Dr. Araceli P. Villacarlos to the stage to give away the certificates to our Hanbat University Students.
X. Every journey has its end and every path does stop somewhere. During the English Language Classes, we have many fun and entertaining activities where we have heard screams of joy, hilarious laughs, melodious songs sang by our very own students and others so to speak. And now, we have to end of that journey. However, this only marks the end of your language program, not the knowledge and practice in using the language which should be carried on and enhance further.
Let us continue with the official Closing Speech by our Vice President of Human Resource, Mr. Stephen Taylaran.
Thank you so much for your participation and congratulations. Once again this is teacher Cel, let me leave you with this wisdom from Brad Gerrard ,” Believe in yourself, be strong, never give up no matter what the circumstances are. You are a champion and will overcome the dreaded obstacles. Champions take failure as a learning opportunity, so take in all you can, and run with it. Be your best and don’t ever give up.”
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Posted on February 21, 2013, in Speech Essay and tagged Arts, Chris Reynolds, Education, English, English as a foreign or second language, English language, Language Arts, Student, Teacher. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.