演讲稿开场白大全(8500字)

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经典演讲稿开场白

经典演讲稿

1 师德演讲稿--爱与责任

世上有很多东西,给予他人的同时,自己往往是越来越少,而唯有一样东西却是越给越多。您也许会惊奇地问我:“那是什么呢?”我将毫不迟疑的回答您:“那就是爱!”爱,不是索取,不是等价交换,爱是付出,是自我牺牲。只有在爱的基础上,教师才会投入他的全部力量,才会把他的青春、智慧无怨无悔地献给学生,献给教育事业.

师爱,是教育力量的源泉,是教育成功的基础,是教师的天职与责任。今年4月,我有幸在人民大会堂聆听了方永刚先进事迹报告会,感受到了这位“平民理论家”对学生的爱,对事业的爱。

20xx年11月17日,结肠癌手术6小时后,方永刚从麻醉中醒来,第一句话问的是他的研究生:你的毕业论文准备得怎么样了?

随后几天,方永刚又让妻子把自己的3个研究生叫到病房。没有讲台、没有黑板、没有课桌,方永刚坐在病床上给学生们上课。即使不一会儿就脸色发白,汗珠成串往下掉,他也不肯停下来。

做完第二次化疗,方永刚惦记着自己还有几次课没上完,要回去上课。系领导不同意,方永刚急了:“我肚子有问题,但脑子没问题,嘴没问题!如果离开了讲台,我可能真的会倒下。”说着说着他竟然哭了。在人生磨难面前,他没有掉泪;在伤病痛苦面前,他没有掉泪;在死神威胁面前,他也没有掉泪;但因为上不了心爱的讲台,这个顶天立地的男子汉却留下了两行热泪。他的泪水让我们真正明白了什么是教师的品德。

终于,经过再一、再二、再三的请求,20xx年1月15日,在第二次和第三次化疗的间隙,方永刚回到离开了两个多月的教室。看到学生们,方永刚眼里闪烁出欣慰和满足,那眼神似乎是说:同学们,我终于又见到你们了!

这堂课,方永刚讲的是《新世纪新阶段我军历史使命》。

整整军装,开场白只有一句话:只要我还能站着,就要为大家讲课,这是我的使命。

同学们强忍泪水,他们知道,此时此刻,他们的老师恐怕连站着都是一种抗争,一种与生命的抗争。

好像这只是一堂普通的政治课,是方永刚无数次授课中最普通的一堂课,依旧是铿锵有力的声音,依旧是幽默风趣的语言,依旧是充满理性的思辩,依旧是入情入理的分析,只是一条白毛巾被他频繁地拿起又放下,手术后的引流管被他掖在了军装里面??

学生们震惊了,这是一个癌症晚期的患者吗?这是一个即将接受第三次化疗的病人吗?

两个小时的大课结束了。任何华丽的乐章也比不过这样一堂课更能触动心灵,任何精彩的语言也会显得苍白无力,同学们用雷鸣般的掌声和充满敬意的目光向方老师敬礼!

什么是使命?共-产-党员的使命是崇高的,军人的使命是伟大的,教师的使命是神圣的,不用多说什么,不用多做什么,方永刚,一名共-产-党员、军人、教师,在癌症晚期的时候往讲台上一站,就是对使命的最好诠释。

勤勤恳恳、默默无闻”这是老黄牛的精神;“采得百花成蜜后,为谁辛苦为谁甜”这是蜜蜂的精神;“燃烧自己,照亮别人”是蜡烛的精神。可以说每种产物的存在,都有一种精神支撑着它。教师的存在呢?支撑它的就应该是这种高尚的师德吧!

报告会上,我和同事们听得很认真,记得很仔细,不时的被方永刚的事迹感动得热泪盈眶。走上三尺讲台,我们教书育人;走下三尺讲台,我们为人师表。师德,不是简单的说教,而是一种精神体现,一种深厚的知识内涵和文化品味的体现。让我们一起建设爱岗敬业、爱生如子的首医家园,用我们的爱与责任撑起教育的蓝天。

2 像珍惜爱情一样珍惜你的现在

说起来很讽刺。当我最终定下来写有关珍惜的讲稿时,想上网搜几个有关珍惜的名言警句,于是我打开百度网页,再搜索栏里输入“珍惜”,空格,“名言警句”,然后摁了回车。一个让我有些尴尬又哭笑不得的事情发生了。我看到,在蹦出来的十个词条里边,有七八个在“珍惜”两个字的后面,紧跟着的是“小学生演讲稿”。看来,我打算要在大学课堂里当作重点来讲的东西是人家小学生早就知道的。

是啊,对于珍惜,或许在我们很小的时候就已经知道了,甚至已经懂得了它的涵义以及如何才能做到珍惜。然而,知道就等于自己都做到了吗?事实并非如此,所以我最终还是选择了这个看起来似乎有些幼稚的话题,因为有时候不是大

家不知道珍惜,而往往是在拥有的时候忘记了要珍惜。我想,或许现在我们都需要被“珍惜”这两个字来提醒。

不知道大家还记不记得这样一则新闻:一架飞外阿拉斯加的飞机因为机械故障,造成机毁人亡,坠入了太平洋。当时看到这则新闻的时候,让我印象最深的是报道说,在那些遇难者中,有一对要去阿拉斯加度蜜月的新婚夫妇。我几乎可以想象得到在飞机失事前,那对新婚夫妇脸上洋溢的喜悦和甜蜜。或许他们还在规划着飞机着陆后,将去哪里就餐,或许直接奔往早已定好的酒店入住,再或许一起欣赏向往已久的极地风光。可是人的生命是那么脆弱,他们甚至来不及好好地享受已经拥有的幸福。

那些无辜的人们一瞬间就丧失了生命,看着死难者家属无助又痛苦的电视画面,我的心情复杂极了。对于那对年轻的夫妇来说,不幸的,是小夫妻俩没能来得及享受蜜月期间的快乐,而所幸的是,他们已经彼此找到了对方,并以对方为伴。最起码他们在生命的最后一段时光中是幸福的,因为他们身边有相爱的人陪伴,他们珍惜了自己的爱情。我甚至可以想象,在他们知道自己就要离开人世之前,浮现在他们脸上的是那早已把恐惧驱散的没了踪影的幸福笑容。

同学们,再想想我们吧,看到这些难道就没有触动?瑞士伟大的民-主主义教育家——裴斯太罗奇说过,今天的事没有做,明天再早也是耽误了。是啊,为什么我们要等到失去或已无法挽回的时候才追悔莫及。这一刻的我们不会知道下一刻会有怎样的变化,甚至不知道现在拥有的一切是否突然就会溜走,所以我们必须像珍惜爱情一样珍惜现在。

以下是英文演讲稿

英文演讲稿开场白

Opening Statement

mr. chairman, senator thurmond, members of the committee, my name is anita f. hill, and i am a professor of law at the university of oklahoma. i was born on a farm in okmulgee county, oklahoma, in 1956. i am the youngest of 13 children. i had my early education in okmulgee county. my father, albert hill, is a farmer in that area. my mother's name is irma hill. she is also a farmer and a housewife.

my childhood was one of a lot of hard work and not much money, but it was one of solid family affection, as represented by my parents. i was reared in a religious atmosphere in the baptist faith, and i have been a member of the antioch baptist church in tulsa, oklahoma, since 1983. it is a very warm part of my life at the present time.

for my undergraduate work, i went to oklahoma state university and graduated from there in 1977. i am attaching to this statement a copy of my resume for further details of my education.

i graduated from the university with academic honors and proceeded to the yale law school, where i received my jd degree in 1980. upon graduation from law school, i became a practicing lawyer with the washington, dc, firm of ward, hardraker, and ross.

in 1981, i was introduced to now judge thomas by a mutual friend. judge thomas told me that he was anticipating a political appointment, and he asked if i would be interested in working with him. he was, in fact, appointed as assistant secretary of education for civil rights. after he had taken that post, he asked if i would become his assistant, and i accepted that position.

in my early period there, i had two major projects. the first was an article i wrote for judge thomas' signature on the education of minority students. the second was the organization of a seminar on high-risk students which was abandoned because judge thomas transferred to the eeoc where he became the chairman of that office.

during this period at the department of education, my working relationship with judge thomas was positive. i had a good deal of responsibility and independence. i thought he respected my work and that he trusted my judgment. after approximately three months of working there, he asked me to go out socially with him.

what happened next and telling the world about it are the two most difficult things -- experiences of my life. it is only after a great deal of agonizing consideration and sleeplenumber -- a great number of sleeplenights tha(t i am able to talk of these unpleasant matters to anyone but my close friends.

i declined the invitation to go out socially with him and explained to him that i thought it would jeopardize what at the time i considered to be a very good working relationship. i had a normal social life with other men outside of the office. i believed then, as now, that having a social relationship with a person who was supervising my work would be ill-advised. i was very uncomfortable with the idea and told him so.

i thought that by saying no and explaining my reasons my employer would abandon his social suggestions. however, to my regret, in the following few weeks, he continued to ask me out on several occasions. he pressed me to justify my reasons for saying no to him. these incidents took place in his office or mine. they were in the form of private conversations which would not have been overheard by anyone else.

my working relationship became even more strained when judge thomas began to use work situations to discuse-x. on these occasions, he would call me into his office for reports on education issues and projects, or he might suggest that, because of the time pressures of his schedule, we go to lunch to a government cafeteria. after a brief discussion of work, he would turn the conversation to a discussion of se-xual matters.

his conversations were very vivid. he spoke about acts that he had seen in pornographic films involving such matters as women having se-x with animals and films showing group se-x or rape scenes. he talked about pornographic materials depicting individuals with large peni

ses or large breasts involved in various se-x acts. on several occasions, thomas told me graphically of his own se-xual prowess.

because i was extremely uncomfortable talking about se-x with him at all and particularly in such a graphic way, i told him that i did not want to talk about these subjects. i would also try to change the subject to education matters or to nonse-xual personal matters such as his background or his beliefs. my efforts to change the subject were rarely successful.

throughout the period of these conversations, he also from time to time asked me for social engagements. my reaction to these conversations was to avoid them by eliminating opportunities for us to engage in extended conversations. this was difficult because at the time i was his only assistant at the office of education -- or of

fice for civil rights.

i thought that by saying no and explaining my reasons my employer would abandon his social suggestions. however, to my regret, in the following few weeks, he continued to ask me out on several occasions. he pressed me to justify my reasons for saying no to him. these incidents took place in his office or mine. they were in the form of private conversations which would not have been overheard by anyone else.

my working relationship became even more strained when judge thomas began to use work situations to discuse-x. on these occasions, he would call me into his office for reports on education issues and projects, or he might suggest that, because of the time pressures of his schedule, we go to lunch to a government cafeteria. after a brief discussion of work, he would turn the conversation to a discussion of se-xual matters.

his conversations were very vivid. he spoke about acts that he had seen in pornographic films involving such matters as women having se-x with animals and films showing group se-x or rape scenes. he talked about pornographic materials depicting individuals with large peni

ses or large breasts involved in various se-x acts. on several occasions, thomas told me graphically of his own se-xual prowess.



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