A well-drafted speech should be short and sweet, the impact of which should be thought-provoking and long-lasting.
Dull and imposing speeches can never give the audience a memorable time.
It is your teachers, who should be the focus of the speech. The speaker should have the flair and be expressive to flaunt his /her emotions in a speech.
The speaker should dedicate the speech to communicate gratitude to the teachers, acknowledge their diligence and applaud them for the role they play in a student’s life.
They play a big role in building the character of students.
It would not be wrong to say that teachers are equal to our parents.
World Teachers’ Day is celebrated on 5th October but in India, 5th September, the birth anniversary of the second President of India, the great scholar and an excellent teacher, Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, is marked as Teachers Day.
Students across the country make every possible effort to make this day memorable for their teachers.
Words are the strongest medium to express our thoughts and feelings.
If you want to express your gratitude to your favourite teacher, here are some ideas and tips to make the speech emphatic.