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初三毕业班主任演讲稿英语4篇

初三毕业班主任演讲稿英语4篇

初三毕业班主任演讲稿英语第1篇

Dear teachers, dear classmates:

  Hello everyone!

  Time flies. In the twinkling of an eye, three years have passed. We must say goodbye to our dear teacher, and we must say goodbye to our classmates. No campus corner has left our footprints. Wherever we go, whatever we see, we can evoke a string of memories.

  Thinking back three years ago, we came together with innocence and hope. We are energetic and enthusiastic, and we are full of vision and expectation for the future. In the past three years, we have been enjoying the intense and intense school life in the sweat and feeling the concern of the teacher. In the study, we are in the teacher's inculcate teaching gradually sensible, in the teacher's patient and meticulous teaching happy learning; in life, we are in the teacher's care under the care of the healthy growth, in the teacher's care to feel the warmth of the family. Thousands of words do not mean our friendship with teachers. We can not finish our lingering nostalgia for teachers. Three years of study and life, more than 1000 days and nights, a teacher and teacher to talk to the heart of the heart, there is a teacher's enthusiastic guidance, by the school leadership of the teachings in the busy schedule. There are encouragement, criticism, communication and guidance, all of which are the most precious wealth in our hearts.

  The mid-term exam is, after all, the first most sacred test in our life, and its pressure can be imagined. You know, teacher, your affectionate gaze is our strongest dependence. I believe that all the sweat and ideals of hard work will be transformed into a good news report. We know that it is the best reward for your long selfless dedication.

  Yes, we are full of confidence in this. Teacher, I feel your expectations, your eyes. Now I can still remember every smile you have, every time you talk, your every lesson is still fresh in our mind. Without recollection, everything is so vivid and very gratifying. Teacher, we really do not want to talk about leaving, we are deeply attached to you and * * campus.

  We should follow the school style of civilization, enterprising, realistic and innovative. Under the encouragement of the school motto of Ming and Germany, the learning, the diligence and the seeking, we should study hard and innovate under the inspiring of learning good thinking, respecting teachers and keeping discipline, improving themselves and developing harmoniously.

  We want to graduate from the alma mater and face the teachers and younger brothers and sisters, we hope that you will cherish the time, study hard and fight hard. Facing the beloved teachers, we wish you health, the smooth work, the peach and plum all over the world; in the face of the dear alma mater, we want to engrave you in the heart, no matter in the future. Wherever we go, we will be proud to say that we are alma mater.

尊敬的老师,亲爱的同学们:

  大家好!

  时光飞逝,转眼间三年已过去,我们就要与如亲如故的老师告别,就要与朝夕相处的同学告别。亲切的校园,没有哪个角落不曾留下我们的足迹,无论走到哪里,无论看见什么,都能够勾起我们一串串的回忆。

  回想起三年前,我们带着懵懂,带着希望走到一起。我们活力四射,我们热情奔放,我们对未来充满了憧憬和期待。三年来,我们在汗水中体味着热烈紧张的学校生活,感受着老师的关怀。学习中,我们在老师的谆谆教诲中逐渐懂事,在老师耐心细致的教学中乐学不倦;生活中,我们在老师无微不至的关心下健康成长,在老师的悉心呵护下感受家的温暖。千言万语道不尽我们对老师的情谊,万语千言说不完我们对学校的留恋。三年的学习生活,一千多个日日夜夜,有班主任老师推心置腹的交谈,有任课老师热情主动的辅导,由学校领导百忙之中的教诲。这里面有鼓励,有批评,有交流,有引导,这一切都成为我们心中最宝贵的财富。

  中考毕竟是我们人生中第一次最神圣的考验,其压力可想而知。知道吗?老师,您的深情凝视,是我们最坚强的依靠。相信,所有拼搏的汗水与理想的希冀,都会化做频传的`捷报,如期而至,飞到您的案前。我们知道,那是对您长期以来无私奉献的最好的报答……

  是的,对此,我们满怀信心。老师,我感觉到了你的期盼,你的目光。此刻我仍能记起您的每一次微笑,每一次倾心谈话,你的每一节课仍鲜活地铭记在我们的脑海里。无须回忆,一切都是那么生动而令人深感欣慰。老师,我们真的不愿意谈离开,我们深深地眷恋着您和××校园。

  我们要遵循××中学文明、进取、求实、创新的校风,我们要在明德、博学、笃行、求是的校训激励下,在乐学善思、尊师守纪、自强奋进、和谐发展的学风感召下,努力学习,不断开拓创新。

  我们就要毕业离开母校,面对师弟师妹们,我们谨希望你们珍惜时间,努力学习,奋发拼搏;面对敬爱的老师们,我们谨祝你们身体健康,工作顺利,桃李满天下;面对亲爱的母校,我们想说,我们将把您铭刻在心中,无论将来走到哪里,我们都会自豪地说,我们是母校人。

初三毕业班主任演讲稿英语第2篇

  I had the privilege of helping to celebrate members of our community who were recently sworn in as new United States citizens – graduates of the Harvard Bridge Program. Through their own hard work, and with the generous help of volunteer student and alumni tutors, they can now enjoy the full rights and privileges of citizenship – and the full sense of belonging that comes with it. It was truly an inspiring ceremony.

  At a time when so many people are dispirited by the deep divisions in our country, when our politics seem so dysfunctional, our graduates are taking up the cause of public service by running for office in record numbers. The world needs them, and their willingness to serve gives me hope.

  As Margaret noted, this past year, I traveled to meet alumni who are helping to strengthen communities in Detroit, Dallas, and Houston; in Miami, Phoenix, and New York; in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and San Diego – in China, Japan, and England – people who are not only launching and building businesses and creating opportunity, but people who are also teaching, volunteering, advancing important legislation, working for non-profits, and serving the public good.

初三毕业班主任演讲稿英语第3篇

  For every person I’ve named, for every example I’ve cited, there are thousands of other Harvard citizens – students and alumni, faculty and staff – who are making the world better in more ways than we could possibly imagine. That is the power of this institution – not its brand, not our buildings, not our pomp and circumstance as wonderful and terrific as that is. This University, Harvard, is its people – their aspirations, their achievements – their diversity of background, experience and thought – their desire to see beyond themselves and their devotion to serving others.

  So, yes, I am an optimist. I’m an optimist because I live and work among all of you – because I see what you can do and because I know the boundless potential of what you can do. May we look to one another for inspiration in the years to come. May the expectations placed on us be exceeded only by our ability to meet them. And may Harvard continue to be a wellspring of hope for the world. It’s an honor to serve you as your president.

  Congratulations to our newest alumni – and thank you to all.

初三毕业班主任演讲稿英语第4篇

You’re about to hear a fine student response at the end of today’s program. (I know that because I get a sneak peek at those remarks.) But I wish you could also have heard the two talks given at last December’s winter commencements.

Jordan Cebulla told of being a poor student in high school here locally who almost abandoned any idea of higher education. But, told by a family friend that Lafayette is, quote, “a gritty town full of gritty people,” he gave Ivy Tech a try. And four years later, he is a Purdue alum. He told his classmates, “In the end, if we quit on ourselves, everyone else will quit on us, too.”

In his response speech, Seon Shoopman confided that, out of sixteen schools he applied to, Purdue was the only one to admit him, provided he attend our summer boot camp. Three and a half years later, he, too, earned his Purdue degree, with honors, becoming the first in his family to graduate from college. Seon said that, more than any other motive, he wanted to do it for the mother who had pushed him all the way. “When I wanted to quit, she told me not to. When I wanted to leave school, she told me not to. She told me to fight, be strong, and make something of myself.”

Some in today’s world think they have discovered something new in the concept of “grit.” A Harvard Business School article just last fall was titled “Organizational Grit,” and reported that, quote, “High achievers have extraordinary stamina. ... When easier paths beckon, their commitment is steadfast. Grit predicts who will accomplish challenging goals.” So that’s why a Harvard MBA costs 200 grand.

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