Inspirational Speech for Students on Teachers Day
[This is a sample Inspirational Speech for Students on Teachers Day. You can also follow this sample as Thanks speech for students on teachers day. Customize the content according to the information you want to convey.]
Inspirational Speech for Students on Teacher’s Day –
Respected Principal/Dean/Chairman, My dear students, and faculty fellows. Hello and welcome to the Teachers Day Ceremony. (Describe in your words). This is the first time (Ceremony number) that our school/college is holding this ceremony and I am more than happy to be your host for it.
What could I say in favor of teachers? What words could I use to define them? How could I actually and properly appreciate them for what they do and what they’re capable of doing? (Explain your thought). There was nothing I could write but then, a memory from my past struck me. I remembered my teachers, the one who helped me stand where I am today and I started writing in their respect. (Describe your memories).
A teacher is someone who decided to dedicate their life for the betterment of a nation’s future. Do you think that Teaching is a career path that one was forced to choose? No, Teachers choose to help, choose to help a nation build upon its youth and its children. (Explain all about the situation).
How would you describe your teacher? Someone who comes in your classroom, tells you a few aspects of some academic stuff that you take an exam for later? Well, that’s not what the teacher actually is. (Explain actual situation and condition regarding this). Although there are no words to explain the importance of teachers but one has to start somewhere. If you believe that a school is your second home then you would also believe that teachers are your secondary parents. (Describe roral thought).
Parents who take care of you for more than 8 hours a day, teach you things that maybe your real parents might not be able to. Teaching you decorum and ethics is just a part of your academic upbringing but the best part is that both ethics or decorum are not a part of your academic syllabus. (Focus on your teaching career and why you love this profession). It’s something the teachers choose themselves to teach you on their own and one can’t thank them enough for that.
Frankly speaking, standing here today, talking to all of you, my memories come flashing back and all of my teachers that helped me climb my academic stairs. (Describe your expectation regarding this ceremony). I would like to end my speech by saying that, please! Respect your teachers, not everyone has the capability of being one! (Cordially describe your greetings).