Speech for special occasion
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  • 1. Speech for Special Occasions
  • 2. Our guest speaker today is one of the finest diamonds of Don Bosco Technical College. He has underwent a lot of sharpenings that paved the way to be in the place where he is now. At present, he is one of the key person in Procter and Gamble as a Project Manager for Continuous Improvements and Regional Services. Prior to his appointment as Project Manager, he served the same company as a Profit Forecast Analyst where his expertise in tactical evaluation of the market environment are also routine.
  • 3. In 2011, he earned his degree in Bachelor of Arts in Commerce and Business Administration Major in Financial Management in the Pontifical, Royal, Catholic University of the Philippines –The University of Santo Tomas where he engraved his name as a Cum Laude of the Quadricentennial Batch. His exemplary academic performance and extra-ordinary diligence in studies placed his name consistently on top of the Dean’s List and made him a University Academic Scholar. Imbued with unending grace, he gave honor to the university in various extra-curricular endeavors. He lead his team to the finals of the 2011 CFA- Regional Investment Research Challenge and earned them the 3rd Place. He showed the other side of him by directing several theatre plays for the Commerce Theater Organization.
  • 4. 1. Speech of Introduction • builds the enthusiasm for the upcoming speaker • builds enthusiasm for the speaker’s topic • establishing a welcome climate that will boost the speaker’s credibility
  • 5. a. be brief b. make sure your remarks are completely accurate c. adapt your remarks to the occasion Guidelines for Speech Introduction
  • 6. Guidelines for Speech Introduction d. adapt your remarks to the Main Speaker e. adapt your remarks to the audience f. create a sense of anticipation drama
  • 7. 2. Speech of Presentation • tells the audience why the person is receiving the award • points out the contributions, achievements, etc.
  • 8. 2. Speech of Presentation • discusses the achievements in a way it will be more meaningful for the audience • explains the award briefly
  • 9. 3. Speech of Acceptance • give thanks for a gift or an award • thank the people bestowing the award • recognize the people who helped you gain it
  • 10. 4. Commemorative Speeches • for praise or celebration • pay tribute to a person, a group of people, an institution, or an idea
  • 11. 4. Commemorative Speeches • inspires people to increase their appreciation of admiration for the person, institution, or idea