Posts Tagged With: Lady Zaynab Limba

Little Zaynab’s Little House

Watch Little Zaynab as she dwells in her little house while learning colors and shapes.

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Tehran University Dormitory for Couples Kordestan Expressway, Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran

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Little Zaynab’s Chair

Guess what’s Little Zaynab’s own chair while playing Lego?

Find out in the video…

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Tehran University Dormitory for Couples
Kordestan Expressway, Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran

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Little Zaynab Playing Outside in Winter

Little Zaynab playing with snow outside Tehran University Dormitory for Couples along Kordestan Expressway, Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran.

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Salutatory Address Tips

Once again, it is a month of graduation. In elementary and high school, we can see the graduating class valedictorian and salutatorian delivering their valedictory and salutatory addresses, respectively.

In this video, let me talk about the latter – the salutatory address.

There are 3 things to remember
1.Should not a rival to the valedictory address.
2.Salutatory – salute – salutation – delivered first
3.S is for short

Parts of a salutatory address:
1.Greetings
2.The educational journey
3.Salutation and welcome remarks
4.Concluding lines

Let’s watch this salutatory address:

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Acceptance Speech Tips

5 Tips for Delivering an Acceptance Speech

  1. Be brief in your speech
  2. Connect with your audience
  3. Be genuine in your feeling
  4. Mention the group’s goals
  5. Inspire at the end

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To our dearest school director, Sir Edison Morales, school principal, Ma’am Florence Buat, administrators, faculty and staff, parents, visitors, and my fellow Einsteinians, as-salamu ‘alaykum warahmatullahi ta’la wa barakatuhu, a remarkable morning, ladies and gentlemen.

For all those years I’ve been studying here, I’ve never really envisioned myself to be the future president of this club. Like other people, I too, had underestimated and underrated this club, until I realized . . .

The Einstein Circle of Shakespeare isn’t just merely a club. It is a medium- a way for me, for you, for us and our young creative minds to express and share our thoughts and ideas to the world. It is a way to be heard, to be seen, to be known, and to be acknowledged. Working with words and being part of it surely isn’t an easy job, but it would be my pride and honor to be the club’s president.

With that being said, I, Lady Zaynab Limba, humbly accept this key of responsibility. I would like to extend my sincerest gratitude to everyone who’s been part of giving me this heartwarming opportunity and of course to you, Ate Asral, for you’ve been the no. 1 person who pushed and trusted me to be your next successor. I am now ready to face my awaiting battle.

I dream for the ECS to grasp what it truly deserves, to terminate the misconception, underestimation of the students, like my past self. I aspire to inspire all to start expressing and develop unity. And now, at this very moment, I shall now introduce to you my co-officers for the school year 2019-2020 who shall help me fulfill this dream. Starting with our

4th yr vice president: Michael Tristan Ikram Aquino
3rd yr vice president: Aragorn Javelosa
Secretary: Adina Radam
Treasurer: Lady Insheera Manar Ampatuan
Auditor: Grantly Jarman Cederio
PRO: Datu Sukarno Sinsuat
And our 2 Bus Mngrs: Faiqah Azia Malendo and Datu Rashad Ampatuan

Standing here, knowing that I’d fight the upcoming battles with you, I can say that I am now ready to hold the pen.

Please bow and please proceed to your assigned seats.

To all of us, the incoming officers, may all the luck and elixirs emanate our year, the Year of the Explorers.

Once again, a pleasant morning to all. Thank you and wassalam!

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