Anchoring Script ( MK Gandhi)
Good morning to all present here. I, Swarna welcome you all to this wonderful event. Today we will be having a talk show on the relevance of MK Gandhi in the father of the nation. Now we will be remembering, Acknowledging and Admiring Mahatma Gandhi and his efforts.
“Non-Violence is a weapon of the strong”. “We will never be strong enough to be entirely non-violent in thought, word and deed. But we must keep non-violence as our goal make strong progress towards it. This thought is progressed by MK Gandhi. He is often termed as the prophet of the 21st century. His ideal I methods of approach to dispute resolution is an important topic in peace and non-violence research. He proposed ideas like Sarvodaya which can be achieved through truth and Non-Violence.
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Now I would like to invite / call /request/ bring on / suggest /encourage /insist / ply issue / have over-
Now, we have a open mic for Audience. If you want to share, you’re your thoughts on the relevance of MK Gandhi
Thank You everyone for your amazing opinions! Now, I would request the man who doesn’t need any introduction, who is well known by his students for his wisdom. Yes, I would now like to appeal
our dignified and respected principal sir to share his thoughts…
I am immensely thankful to Principal sir, Vice Principal sir, Sahoo sir, all the teachers and the student’s present here. I also extend gratitude to all the participants for their enormous send efforts in making the events successful.
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Voice Modulation Tips:
Try to use every opportunity to speak; practice and experience will give you the confidence and power, and you will gradually be able to correct and improve your voice for modulation. On every occasion whenever you speak or deliver lecture, you should bear in mind the following points:
- Always convey your message with the variation in the pitch and tempo. Never deliver your speech in a monotone as it will not only bore but also send your audience to sleep.
- Speak at a rate so that your audience can understand you because fast delivery betrays a lack of confidence.
- Speak normally at about 125 to 150 words per minute. Check your speed and try to bring it within this range.
- Pronounce words properly, putting stresses at the right syllables.
- Speak loud enough so that everyone in the audience can hear you clearly.
- Pause for a moment in between sentences to control your speed and approach better.
- Refrain from vocalised pauses and nasalisation such as ‘er’, ‘ah’, ‘unh’, ‘umm’, etc.
- Take care that you do not repeatedly use such phrases as ‘you see’, ‘I mean’, ‘What I meant,’ ‘Understand, ‘Have you understood,’ ‘Clear?’, ‘Is it clear?’, ‘Was it clear?’, etc.
- Remember that a lazy lip movement breeds unintelligibility, a stiff jaw stifles the voice and an inactive tongue strangles it. So, always try to maintain a balance while speaking or delivering your lecture.
Tips of Anchoring Script
- The Outline of the script
- Welcome line.
- Lamp lightning and worship Ceremony.
- Swagat Geet.
- Chief guest’s message to the student.
- Principal’s address to the student.
- Cultural program: Dance competition, Singing Competition, Drama, Fancy Dress Competition
- Prize distribution
- Thanks Giving.