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MASTER OF CEREMONY Asih Sigit Padmanugraha. Workshop on MC and Public Speech 9-10 October 2006 MTs YAPI Pakem Yogyakarta. Master of Ceremony.

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    1. MASTER OF CEREMONYAsih Sigit Padmanugraha Workshop on MC and Public Speech 9-10 October 2006 MTs YAPI Pakem Yogyakarta

    2. Master of Ceremony • A person in charge of certain social occasions who masters and controls the whole program and is the most responsible person for the success of a program

    3. We need MC to … • make the occasion • in good order • well arranged • run well

    4. Types of occasion • Formal • Semi Formal • Informal

    5. Formal Occasions • Inaugural ceremony • Graduation ceremony • Anniversary of a certain university, school, etc. • (very restricted by protocol, such as agenda, personnel, language and clothes)

    6. Semi-formal Occasions • A visit of a government official • A farewell party of a senior official • A welcoming party of a certain official, etc. • (less restricted in organizing the occasion and using the language)

    7. Informal occasions • Entertainment programs • Inaugural night • Birthday party, etc. • (free in organizing the program arrangement, personnel, language, and clothes) • The MC is very free in expressing him/herself, but s/he still has to kep the ethics

    8. A good MC must have… • Fluency in speaking • Fluency and politeness in using the language • Qualified voice • Skill in controlling the audience • Skill in communicating ideas and feelings • Mastery of what the occasion is about

    9. Continued … • Mastery of the arrangement of all items and everything related to the occasion • Good coordination with any personals involved in the occasion • Good personality • Good appearance

    10. Before on duty, an MC should be... • Mentally prepared (involving to the occasion) • Physically prepared (health, appearance) • Materially prepared (topic, duration, details, the guests, and s/he writes note cards, joins rehearsals)

    11. When on duty, an MC should… • Recheck the program arrangement • Recheck the invited and present guests • Recheck the readiness of the personals involved • Recheck the microphone and testing the voice

    12. Continued… • Have the narration on note cards • Have blank paper and ballpoints • Have communication with the protocol/stage manager • Keep the quality of voice and appearance

    13. Language aspects • Good voice: stress, intonation, pronunciation, volume, rate/speed • Vocabulary • Grammar

    14. Others… • Appropriate expressions • Concise, but rich in improvisations • Stimulate the audience to focus on the program • Good at using different languages for heterogeneous audience • Cultural literacy • Do not comment too much on the item performed before moving to the next

    15. Addresses … • To a king or a queen: • His most Gracious Majesty, King … • Her most Gracious Majesty, Queen … • His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales • Her Royal Highness, the Duchess of York

    16. Continued… • To a president, minister, and other government officials • The Honorable … …, the president of …… • The Honorable … …, united States District Judge. • The Honorable Senator/Governor … • The Honorable …, the Minister of … of … • Your Excellency, Admiral… Commanding US NAVY

    17. Continued… • To an ambassador and other embassy officials: • The Honorable …, the …. Ambassador to…. • His Excellency …, the …. Ambassador to…. • The Honorable Colonel …, the Military Attaché of …

    18. Continued… • To common people: • Ladies and gentlemen, … • Dear friends, … • Dear Brothers and Sisters,… • Distinguished guests, …

    19. Greetings • Good morning, …. • Good afternoon, … • Good evening, … or • Assalamu’alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

    20. Opening (Introduction) • An MC tells the audience what the occasion is and the program arrangement briefly

    21. Closing • Thank the audience • Thank the speakers or any other personals • Before saying goodbye, close by apologizing for any shortcomings in holding the program

    22. Continued • Retell the audience the occasion in summary briefly (the benefits, the aims, etc.) • Tell the audience the hopes of the committee in the end of the program (criticisms, suggestion, and the hope that the audience are satisfied with the program)

    23. Continued • NOTE: • After saying goodbye, the MC should stay in the same position just to escort the guests politely. • Try not to disappear as soon as the program is over • Respect the guests till the end of the program.

    24. Giving Announcements • Give them after closing the program • Don’t tell the announcements in between the items of the program, or before the closing • Just tell the audience that there will be announcements after the closing

    25. Have a fruitful workshop