西图杯英语演讲比赛(第八届爱立信杯英语演讲比赛中田亮的演讲稿田亮)

1.第八届爱立信杯英语演讲比赛中田亮的演讲稿 田亮

To me March 28th was a lucky day. It was on that particular evening that I found myself at central stage, in the spotlight. Winning the "21st Century·Ericsson Cup" Seventh National English Speaking Competition is a memory that I shall treasure and one that will surely stay.

More important than winning the Cup is the friendship that has been established and developed among the contestants, and the chance to communicate offstage in addition to competing on stage.Also the competition helps boost public speaking in China, a skill hither to undervalued.

For me, though, the competition is a more personal experience. Habitually shy, I had been reluctant to take part in any such activities. Encouraged by my friends, however, I made a last-minute decision to give it a try. In the course of preparation I somehow rediscovered myself, a truer me.

I found that, after all, I like communicating with other people; that exchanging views can be so much fun—and so much rewarding, both emotionally and intellectually; that public speaking is most effective when you are least guarded; and that it is essential to success in every walk of life.

At a more practical level, I realized knowing what you are going to say and how you are going to say it are equally important. To take the original ideas out of your head and transplant them, so to speak, to that of others, you need to have an organized mind. This ability improves with training.

Yet there should not be any loss or addition or distortion in the process. Those ideas that finally find their ways into another head need to be recognizably yours. Language is a means to transmit information, not a means to obstruct communication. It should be lucid to be penetrating.

In China, certain public speaking skills have been unduly emphasized. Will it really help, we are compelled to ask, to bang at the podium or yell at the top of your lungs

2.顾秋蓓在第八届爱立信杯全国大学生英语演讲比赛的演讲稿

第八届“21世纪杯”全国英语演讲比赛冠军——顾秋蓓A Scene to Remember Gu Qiubei Shanghai International Studies University Advisor: Gong Longsheng Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. Today I would like to begin with a story. There was once a physical 1) therapist who traveled all the way from America to Africa to do a 2) census about mountain 3) gorillas. These gorillas are a main attraction to tourists from all over the world; this put them severely under threat of 4) poaching and being put into the zoo. She went there out of curiosity, but what she saw strengthened her determination to devote her whole life to fighting for those beautiful creatures. She witnessed a scene, a scene taking us to a place we never imaged we've ever been, where in the very depth of the African rainforest, surrounded by trees, flowers and butterflies, the mother gorillas 5) cuddled their babies. Yes, that's a memorable scene in one of my favorite movies, called Gorillas in the Mist, based on a true story of Mrs. Dian Fossey, who spent most of bet lifetime in Rwanda to protect the ecoenvironment there until the very end of her life. To me, the movie not only presents an unforgettable scene but also acts as a 6) timeless reminder that we should not develop the tourist industry at the cost of our ecoenvironment. Today, we live in a world of prosperity but still threatened by so many new problems. On the one hand, tourism, as one of the most promising industries in the 21st century, provides people with the great opportunity to see everything there is to see and to go any place there is to go. It has become a lifestyle for some people, and has turned out to be the driving force in GDP growth. It has the magic to turn a backward town into a wonderland of prosperity. But on the other hand, many problems can occur---natural scenes aren't natural anymore. Deforestation to heat lodges is devastating Nepal. Oil spills from tourist boats are polluting Antarctica. Tribal people are forsaking their native music and dress to listen to U2 on Walkman and wear Nike and Reeboks. All these 7) appalling(令人震惊的) facts have brought us to the realization that we can no longer stand by and do nothing, because the very thought of it has been 8) eroding(侵蚀) our resources. Encouragingly, the explosive growth of global travel has put tourism again in the spotlight, which is why the United Nations has made 2002 the year of ecotourism, for the first time to bring to the world's attention the benefits of tourism, but also its capacity to destroy our ecoenvironment. Now every year, many local ecoenvironmental protection organizations an: receiving donations--big notes, small notes or even coins--from housewives, 9) plumbers(水管工人), ambulance drivers, salesmen, teachers, children and 10) invalids(残疾人), Some of them can not afford to send the money but they do. These are the ones who drive the cabs, who nurse in hospitals, who are suffering from ecological damage in their neighborhood. Why? Because they care. Because they still want their Mother Nature back. Because they know it still belongs to them. This kind of feeling that I have, ladies and gentlemen, is when it feels like it, smells like it, and looks like it, it's all coming from a scene to remember, a scene to recall and to cherish. The other night, as l saw the moon linger over the land and before it was sent into the invisible, my mind was filled with songs. I found myself humming softly, not to the music, but to some- thing else, someplace else. a place remembered, a place untouched, a field of grass where no one seem to have been except the deer. And all those unforgettable scenes strengthened the feeling that it's lime for us to do something, for our own and our coming generation. Once again, I have come to think of Mrs. Dian Fossey be- cause it's with her spirit, passion, courage and strong sense of our ecoenvironment that we are taking our next step into the world. And no matter who we are, what we do and where we go, in our mind, there's always a scene to remember, a scene worth our effort to protect it and fight for it. Thank you very much.。

3.求第六届爱立信杯英语演讲比赛郭雯的演讲稿

To me March 28th was a lucky day. It was on that particular evening that I found myselfat central stage, in the spotlight. Winning the "21st Century·Ericsson Cup" Seventh NationalEnglish Speaking Competition is a memory that I shall treasure and one that will surely stay. More important than winning the Cup is the friendship that has been established and developedamong the contestants, and the chance to communicate offstage in addition to competing on stage. Also the competition helps boost public speaking in China, a skill hither to undervalued. For me, though, the competition is a more personal experience. Habitually shy, I had beenreluctant to take part in any such activities. Encouraged by my friends, however, I made alast-minute decision to give it a try. In the course of preparation I somehow rediscovered myself,a truer me. I found that, after all, I like communicating with other people; that exchanging views canbe so much fun—and so much rewarding, both emotionally and intellectually; that public speakingis most effective when you are least guarded; and that it is essential to success in every walkof life. At a more practical level, I realized knowing what you are going to say and how you are goingto say it are equally important. To take the original ideas out of your head and transplant them,so to speak, to that of others, you need to have an organized mind. This ability improves with training. Yet there should not be any loss or addition or distortion in the process. Those ideas thatfinally find their ways into another head need to be recognizably yours. Language is a means totransmit information, not a means to obstruct communication. It should be lucid to be penetrating. In China, certain public speaking skills have been unduly emphasized. Will it really help, weare compelled to ask, to bang at the podium or yell at the top of your lungs, if you have comewith a poorly organized speech, a muddled mind, and unwillingness to truly share your views? Above all, the single most important thing I learnt was that as a public speaker, you need topay attention, first and foremost, to the content of your speech. And second, the structure ofyour speech: how one idea relates and progresses to another. Only after these come delivery and non-verbal communication: speed control, platform manner,and so on. Pronunciation is important, yet of greater importance is this: Is your language competentenough to express your ideas exactly the way you intend them to be understood? I was informed afterwards that I was chosen to be the winner for my "appropriately worded speech,excellent presence and quick-witted response". In so remarking, the judges clearly showed theirpreference: they come to listen for meaningful ideas, not for loose judgments, nor easy laughters. Some contestants failed to address their questions head on. Some were able to, but did not know wheres to stop—the dragging on betrayed their lack of confidence. The root cause was that theydid not listen attentively to the questions. Or they were thinking of what they had prepared. As I said in my speech, "It is vitally important that we young people do more serious thinking 。

to take them [issues like globalization] on and give them honest thinking is the first step to beprepared for both opportunities and challenges coming our way". We need to respond honestly. A competition like this draws talented students from all over the country. And of course, Ilearnt more things than just about public speaking. Since in the final analysis, public speakingis all about effective communication. And this goes true for all communications, whatever theirsetting. And the following is the final version of my speech: GLOBALIZATION: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR CHINA'S YOUNGER GENERATION Thirty years ago, American President Richard Nixon made an epoch-making visit to China, acountry still isolated at that time. Premier Zhou Enlai said to him, "Your handshake came overthe vastest ocean in the world—twenty-five years of no communication". Thirty years since,China and America have exchanged many handshakes. The fundamental implication of this exampleis that the need to communicate across differences in culture and ideology is not only feltby the two countries but by many other nations as well. As we can see today, environmentalists from different countries are making joint effortsto address the issue of global warming, economists are seeking solutions to financial crisesthat rage in a particular region but nonetheless cripple the world economy, and politiciansand diplomats are getting together to discuss t。

4.爱立信杯英语演讲比赛第一名的演讲词

based on a true story of Mrs, the explosive growth of global travel has put tourism again in the spotlight, for the first time to bring to the world', provides people with the great opportunity to see everything there is to see and to go any place there is to go. It has become a lifestyle for some people, and has turned out to be the driving force in GDP growth. Dian Fossey, who spent most of bet lifetime in Rwanda to protect the ecoenvironment there until the very end of her life. But on the other hand, many problems can occur---natural scenes aren's attention the benefits of tourism. All these 7) appalling(令人震惊的) facts have brought us to the realization that we can no longer stand by and do nothing, because the very thought of it has been 8) eroding(侵蚀) our resources. Encouragingly. To me, ambulance drivers, salesmen, teachers, children and 10) invalids(残疾人), Some of them can not afford to send the money but they do第八届“21世纪杯”全国英语演讲比赛冠军——顾秋蓓A Scene to RememberGu QiubeiShanghai International Studies UniversityAdvisor: Gong Longsheng Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. Today I would like to begin with a story. There was once a physical 1) therapist who traveled all the way from America to Africa to do a 2) census about mountain 3) gorillas. These gorillas are a main attraction to tourists from all over the world; this put them severely under threat of 4) poaching and being put into the zoo, we live in a world of prosperity but still threatened by so many new problems. On the one hand, which is why the United Nations has made 2002 the year of ecotourism, flowers and butterflies, the mother gorillas 5) cuddled their babies. Yes, that's a memorable scene in one of my favorite movies, called Gorillas in the Mist, the movie not only presents an unforgettable scene but also acts as a 6) timeless reminder that we should not develop the tourist industry at the cost of our ecoenvironment. These are the ones who drive the cabs, who nurse in hospitals, who are suffering from ecological damage in their neighborhood. Why? Because they care. Because they still want their Mother Nature back. Because they know it still belongs to them. This kind of feeling that I have, ladies and gentlemen, is when it feels like it, smells like it, and looks like it, it's all coming from a scene to remember, a scene to recall and to cherish. The other night, as l saw the moon linger over the land and before it was sent into the invisible, my mind was filled with songs. I found myself humming softly, not to the music, but to some- thing else, someplace else. a place remembered, a place untouched, a field of grass where no one seem to have been except the deer. And all those unforgettable scenes strengthened the feeling that it's lime for us to do something, for our own and our coming generation. Once again, I have come to think of Mrs. Dian Fossey be- cause it's with her spirit, passion, courage and strong sense of our ecoenvironment that we are taking our next step into the world. And no matter who we are, what we do and where we go, in our mind, there's always a scene to remember, a scene worth our effort to protect it and fight for it. Thank you very much.. Today. She went there out of curiosity, but what she saw strengthened her determination to devote her whole life to fighting for those beautiful creatures. She witnessed a scene. Deforestation to heat lodges is devastating Nepal. Oil spills from tourist boats are polluting Antarctica. Tribal people are forsaking their native music and dress to listen to U2 on Walkman and wear Nike and Reeboks, but also its capacity to destroy our ecoenvironment. Now every year, many local ecoenvironmental protection organizations an: receiving donations--big notes, small notes or even coins--from housewives, 9) plumbers(水管工人), where in the very depth of the African rainforest, surrounded by trees, tourism, as one of the most promising industries in the 21st century;t natural anymore. It has the magic to turn a backward town into a wonderland of prosperity, a scene taking us to a place we never imaged we've ever been 展开。

5.顾秋蓓在第八届爱立信杯全国大学生英语演讲比赛的演讲稿

第八届“21世纪杯”全国英语演讲比赛冠军——顾秋蓓A Scene to Remember Gu Qiubei Shanghai International Studies University Advisor: Gong Longsheng Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. Today I would like to begin with a story. There was once a physical 1) therapist who traveled all the way from America to Africa to do a 2) census about mountain 3) gorillas. These gorillas are a main attraction to tourists from all over the world; this put them severely under threat of 4) poaching and being put into the zoo. She went there out of curiosity, but what she saw strengthened her determination to devote her whole life to fighting for those beautiful creatures. She witnessed a scene, a scene taking us to a place we never imaged we've ever been, where in the very depth of the African rainforest, surrounded by trees, flowers and butterflies, the mother gorillas 5) cuddled their babies. Yes, that's a memorable scene in one of my favorite movies, called Gorillas in the Mist, based on a true story of Mrs. Dian Fossey, who spent most of bet lifetime in Rwanda to protect the ecoenvironment there until the very end of her life. To me, the movie not only presents an unforgettable scene but also acts as a 6) timeless reminder that we should not develop the tourist industry at the cost of our ecoenvironment. Today, we live in a world of prosperity but still threatened by so many new problems. On the one hand, tourism, as one of the most promising industries in the 21st century, provides people with the great opportunity to see everything there is to see and to go any place there is to go. It has become a lifestyle for some people, and has turned out to be the driving force in GDP growth. It has the magic to turn a backward town into a wonderland of prosperity. But on the other hand, many problems can occur---natural scenes aren't natural anymore. Deforestation to heat lodges is devastating Nepal. Oil spills from tourist boats are polluting Antarctica. Tribal people are forsaking their native music and dress to listen to U2 on Walkman and wear Nike and Reeboks. All these 7) appalling(令人震惊的) facts have brought us to the realization that we can no longer stand by and do nothing, because the very thought of it has been 8) eroding(侵蚀) our resources. Encouragingly, the explosive growth of global travel has put tourism again in the spotlight, which is why the United Nations has made 2002 the year of ecotourism, for the first time to bring to the world's attention the benefits of tourism, but also its capacity to destroy our ecoenvironment. Now every year, many local ecoenvironmental protection organizations an: receiving donations--big notes, small notes or even coins--from housewives, 9) plumbers(水管工人), ambulance drivers, salesmen, teachers, children and 10) invalids(残疾人), Some of them can not afford to send the money but they do. These are the ones who drive the cabs, who nurse in hospitals, who are suffering from ecological damage in their neighborhood. Why? Because they care. Because they still want their Mother Nature back. Because they know it still belongs to them. This kind of feeling that I have, ladies and gentlemen, is when it feels like it, smells like it, and looks like it, it's all coming from a scene to remember, a scene to recall and to cherish. The other night, as l saw the moon linger over the land and before it was sent into the invisible, my mind was filled with songs. I found myself humming softly, not to the music, but to some- thing else, someplace else. a place remembered, a place untouched, a field of grass where no one seem to have been except the deer. And all those unforgettable scenes strengthened the feeling that it's lime for us to do something, for our own and our coming generation. Once again, I have come to think of Mrs. Dian Fossey be- cause it's with her spirit, passion, courage and strong sense of our ecoenvironment that we are taking our next step into the world. And no matter who we are, what we do and where we go, in our mind, there's always a scene to remember, a scene worth our effort to protect it and fight for it. Thank you very much.。

6.21世纪英语演讲比赛 CCTV全国英语演讲比赛和外研社全国英语演讲比

目录

第三届

“21

世纪杯

全国英语演讲比赛冠军

——

梁励敏

。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。 2

第三届

“21

世纪杯

全国英语演讲比赛亚军

——

芮成钢

。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。 5

第四届

“21

世纪杯

全国英语演讲比赛冠军

——

蔡力

。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。 9

第六届

“21

世纪杯

全国英语演讲比赛冠军

——

戚悦

。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。..11

第七届

“21

世纪杯

全国英语演讲比赛冠军

——

孙宁

。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。. 13

第八届

“21

世纪杯

全国英语演讲比赛冠军

——

顾秋蓓

。。。。。。。。。。。。。。. 17

第九届

“21

世纪杯

全国英语演讲比赛冠军

——

洪晔

。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。. 20

第十届

“21

世纪杯

全国英语演讲比赛冠军

——

夏鹏

。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。. 22

7.第八届大学生英语演讲大赛 第一名顾秋培演讲文本

第八届“21世纪杯”全国英语演讲比赛冠军——顾秋蓓 演讲文本A Scene to RememberGu QiubeiShanghai International Studies UniversityAdvisor: Gong Longsheng Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. Today I would like to begin with a story. There was once a physical 1) therapist who traveled all the way from America to Africa to do a 2) census about mountain 3) gorillas. These gorillas are a main attraction to tourists from all over the world; this put them severely under threat of 4) poaching and being put into the zoo. She went there out of curiosity, but what she saw strengthened her determination to devote her whole life to fighting for those beautiful creatures. She witnessed a scene, a scene taking us to a place we never imaged we've ever been, where in the very depth of the African rainforest, surrounded by trees, flowers and butterflies, the mother gorillas 5) cuddled their babies. Yes, that's a memorable scene in one of my favorite movies, called Gorillas in the Mist, based on a true story of Mrs. Dian Fossey, who spent most of bet lifetime in Rwanda to protect the ecoenvironment there until the very end of her life. To me, the movie not only presents an unforgettable scene but also acts as a 6) timeless reminder that we should not develop the tourist industry at the cost of our ecoenvironment. Today, we live in a world of prosperity but still threatened by so many new problems. On the one hand, tourism, as one of the most promising industries in the 21st century, provides people with the great opportunity to see everything there is to see and to go any place there is to go. It has become a lifestyle for some people, and has turned out to be the driving force in GDP growth. It has the magic to turn a backward town into a wonderland of prosperity. But on the other hand, many problems can occur---natural scenes aren't natural anymore. Deforestation to heat lodges is devastating Nepal. Oil spills from tourist boats are polluting Antarctica. Tribal people are forsaking their native music and dress to listen to U2 on Walkman and wear Nike and Reeboks. All these 7) appalling(令人震惊的) facts have brought us to the realization that we can no longer stand by and do nothing, because the very thought of it has been 8) eroding(侵蚀) our resources. Encouragingly, the explosive growth of global travel has put tourism again in the spotlight, which is why the United Nations has made 2002 the year of ecotourism, for the first time to bring to the world's attention the benefits of tourism, but also its capacity to destroy our ecoenvironment. Now every year, many local ecoenvironmental protection organizations an: receiving donations--big notes, small notes or even coins--from housewives, 9) plumbers(水管工人), ambulance drivers, salesmen, teachers, children and 10) invalids(残疾人), Some of them can not afford to send the money but they do. These are the ones who drive the cabs, who nurse in hospitals, who are suffering from ecological damage in their neighborhood. Why? Because they care. Because they still want their Mother Nature back. Because they know it still belongs to them. This kind of feeling that I have, ladies and gentlemen, is when it feels like it, smells like it, and looks like it, it's all coming from a scene to remember, a scene to recall and to cherish. The other night, as l saw the moon linger over the land and before it was sent into the invisible, my mind was filled with songs. I found myself humming softly, not to the music, but to some- thing else, someplace else. a place remembered, a place untouched, a field of grass where no one seem to have been except the deer. And all those unforgettable scenes strengthened the feeling that it's lime for us to do something, for our own and our coming generation. Once again, I have come to think of Mrs. Dian Fossey be- cause it's with her spirit, passion, courage and strong sense of our ecoenvironment that we are taking our next step into the world. And no matter who we are, what we do and where we go, in our mind, there's always a scene to remember, a scene worth our effort to protect it and fight for it. Thank you very much.。

8.

Last May, Li Hua attended CCTV Hope Cup Championship which attracted about 200 students. All the contestants were outstanding. Before appearing on the stage, he felt a little bit nervous. By tryiny his best to keep calm. he was not so nervous as before when it went to his turn. After the Championship ended, he achieved a good great, the escond award. Li Hua was really happy. He thought that his parents and teachers would also be pleasant to know the good news.。

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