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Do you have any draft Master of Ceremony for a formal occasion or a workshop?
My boss asked me to be Master of Ceremony for the workshop that will be attended by Minister of Finance. So, it will be the formal occasion. The problem is, my English is so messy. Thus, this is my first performance and until now (5 day before D-day), I still don't know what I have to say on that occasion.
I need some advise what words I have to say for opening the workshop, introducing the speaker, continuing from one to another session, and closing the workshop with the formal language.
I'm waiting for the advise. Thank you..
RatriHi,I don't have a draft. Does your boss have any more guidance for you? If someone in your company has acted as Master of Ceremonies in a similar situation, that person may have some good advice for you.
I think it would help to find out as much as you can about what is supposed to happen, who the speakers are, what topics will be covered, who the audience is, how much time is allowed, etc. Then you can start to write a very basic script for yourself. If you have questions about certain phrases, you can post them here.
This is a link to Toastmasters International. The author gives some advice about being an MC.
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Anonymous:Hi, I just found myself in the same situation as you're and since your's was due long time ago, could you spare some advice for me.. or maybe a draft of script?
Really blank right w and the workshop is a week away.. kindda nervous..
Anonymous:Speak to the audienace as though you are speaking to a group of friends or famloiy memebers. Remember to speak clear and slower than normal pace. Have confidence!
Anonymous:could you please provide me with a lay-out of my duties as an MC
Anonymous:what skills and abilities are requared to become MC for a year end function
Anonymous:how did you fair with the MC part??? i am in the same position and i am freaking out.
Anonymous:first things first let them know u are not a professional but what the ... u are gonna do it and they have to enjoy it cos its their time and ur trade
i.e. they should imagine you were paid for it and no money back guarantee
u get a laugh and u get a good start
try not to be funny but very attentive
draw points and make them sound as easy as said
and u are good to go
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