Teachers' Day is celebrated on September 5 every year across the country. The day is celebrated in honor of Dr. Sarvapali Radhakrishnan, a great educator and scholar. It is an occasion to acknowledge the commendable dedication of the teachers towards their students. Teachers' day offers every student to express their gratitude and appreciation for their teachers.
There are several ways to convey your heartfelt reverence for your teachers.
- One can either send across greeting cards online
- Plan a surprise for them.
- There are many gift ideas available these days.
- A student can gift a well-written speech dedicated to their teacher(s).
Speech on Teacher's Day
Here are some quick tips to prepare a teachers' day speech:
Chart out your speech:
Duration of the speech:
- A good speech is the one with an organized structure.
- Your speech must go in a flow.
- Even if it is informal and personalized, make sure that your speech must not be an irregular patterned collage.
- The student(s) should know well how to arrange the content.
- Another important point to keep in mind is to decide the duration of your speech.
- A very long, formal speech often becomes dull and imposing. Your speech should rather be short and sweet; good enough to give the audience a memorable time!
Acknowledge their efforts:
- Speeches are not always meant to be impressive.
- Using simple words is the best option; when your intention is to communicate.
- Your honest veneration for your teacher(s) must reach to them.
- A chatty speech is a better idea than a speech loaded with heavy and decorative words.
- A speech is at its best when it is able to articulate what it wants!
Personalizing the speech:
- Choosing a chatty medium, however, does not suggest that you forget to acknowledge your teacher(s)'s efforts.
- The speech must register the constant support of the teacher to their students
Tell them their importance:
- The student(s) can include their personal experiences in the speech to make it personalized and more expressive.
- You can narrate incidents of your teachers' tremendous support and guidance that you have experienced yourself.
- This gives the speech an emotional element; making it an exclusive experience for the teacher.
Adorn with quotes:
- The speech must include the integral role of teachers' in a student's life. Teachers', after all, are no less important than parents in one's life! Teachers' day gives you the chance to tell your teachers how special they are!
Don't neglect the purpose of the day:
- Adding some useful quotes and some relevant phrases of a poem, though, would be a nice way of adorning your piece of writing.
- It would make your speech more artistic and touching.
It's a dedication:
- Remember, we celebrate Teachers' Day in memory of Dr. Sarvapali Radhakrishnan. Hence, you must not forget to mention the second President of India in your speech.
- It is Dr. Radhakrishnan, who is an inspiration to teacher-hood. Talk about his great achievements to make your speech informative as well as inspirational.
Bring out the poet in you:
- It would be a great idea if your speech looks more like a dedication. It is important to communicate your gratitude and acknowledge the diligence of your loving teachers.
- If you know how to pen down your thoughts well, it's best to write a short poem or an epilogue to your speech.
- However, if you cannot write, there's always an option of going for quotes or phrases from poems.
So, be expressive and flaunt your emotions in your speech. It is best to be yourself!
Hope these tips help you to make your teacher feel special!
Happy Teachers' Day!!!
News Update on Teacher's day speech
Schools in Delhi to attend live speech by the PM on 'Teacher's Day
As Teacher's Day is approaching, the Directorate of Education (DoE) of Delhi is all set to celebrate this day with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. DoE recently issued a notice to all the private and government schools to broadcast the live speech by the PM on the eve of 'Teacher's Day' on 5 September and have a 'Question and Answer' session for the students from 3.00 pm to 4.45 pm through television or internet. The municipal corporations have asked the respective Deputy Commissioners to arrange LCDs and TVs in the schools so that students can attend PM's speech. DoE has also given Rs. 50,000 to the schools to arrange or rent TVs and set top boxes for this live project. The leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) seems to leave no stone unturned to make the necessary arrangements.
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