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Voice Over 101: Motivational Speech

Script for this Voice Over: https://www.edgestudio.com/

Whether or not you win this thing. You got to decide how you’re going to walk out of here when it’s all said and done. Cause the game is going to go on. And there’s only one rule you’re going to need to know about. There are no second chances. There’s only this moment and the next moment. Everyone of those moments is a test. That you get to take one time. And only one time. So if you see an opening, Tear into it. If you get a shot at victory Make damn sure you take it. Seize that moment. That moment is a crossroads Where everything you want will collide with everything standing in your way. You got momentum at your back. Fear and doubt are like a freight train Thundering straight at you. And all you got The only difference from making history and being history The only thing, the only thing You can count on in any given moment Is you. It’s you verses them. You verses No. You verses Can’t. You verses Next Year, Last Year, Statistics, Excuses. You verses History. You verses the Odds. It’s you verses Second Place. The clock is ticking. Let’s see what you’ve got.

Sound is from: http://www.orangefreesounds.com/

I will be much happier if you could suggest or comment about this demo. I know there’s a lot of improvement here


Script: https://www.edgestudio.com/

There is a distinction between the “Traveler” and the “tourist”. The Real Traveler travels off the clock. Schedules shift from the routine and expected to the new and surprising. The heart opens. Differences dissolve. Friendship and discovery are the most prized commodities on the traveler’s road, and cost only the time it takes to listen, to explore, to step from one well-worn trail to a fresh cut path through new terrain. Become a real traveler and discover an earth that gives generously to the gracious gust.

Sound: http://www.orangefreesounds.com/

Anime Clip: Violet Ever Garden

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Voice Over 101: Life

Isn’t it awesome to find something that you feel like doing it? I just did, I am newbie on this side of interest, and I’m loving it. I don’t know how far will I go on this thing, but I believe there is something to look forward on this. So, here’s my sample. Feel free to view:)

Scripts: https://www.edgestudio.com

Life isn’t just about passing on your genes. We can leave behind much more than just DNA. Through speech, music, literature and movies…what we’ve seen, heard, felt…anger, joy and sorrow…these are the things I will pass on. That’s what I live for.

We need to pass the torch, and let our children read our messy and sad history by its light. We have all the magic of the digital age to do that with. The human race will probably come to an end some time, and new species may rule over this planet. Earth may not be forever, but we still have the responsibility to leave what traces of life we can. Building the future and keeping the past alive are one and the same thing.

Sound: http://ngefreesounds.com/

Video: CG Meet up

Voice: of course mine:)

Happy Voice Overing;)

Chicken Soup for the Teacher’s Soul

I am selling this book entitled Chicken Soup for the Teacher’s Soul. If you are someone who is a teacher by profession and needed some motivation, this book is for you! Its a second hand book, and I’m selling it at 450 php. Send me a message if you are willing. Thank you:)

Chicken for the soul
Chicken Soup for the Teachers Soul

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Utilization of Technology in the Forum

Lecture of Sir Ebisa

               In today’s generation using technology is a very edgy factor in order to get the attention of your audience. The fellowship that was held on that day was very informative especially for us who were new in this world of education, and everything that was mentioned there was an important factor in order to see the side of education that we could not understand by just mere looking at it. The most important thing was the action research that Sir Ebisa had tackled about on that day.  I did realize that the true education is a lifelong learning because you will realizes so many things in a new way. Being a teacher you need to complied and accept the fact that you need to relearn how to do things, learn more things and discover new things in order to give way for a new changes. In order to do this, one needs to instill new modern ways in handling things to benefit the today’s generation who will most likely benefit on the said changes.

                The forum were really giving way to new technology and integrating them on their discussion, which made it more understandable. If I were going to imagine the forum with the absence of technology; no microphone, no laptop, no presentation, no wide area, etc. I guess it would be a lot of boring moments. My interest wouldn’t go to the level where I would comply myself on listening and probably would fall asleep in that instance. If these things happen, no learning can be gain, and if there is no learning, what the presenter especially sir Ebisa’s lecture will go to waste. So looking on the best view with the existence of technology, listener will be more excited in finding new to them. Aside from getting information, how the lecturer’s present their work and the key notes speaker to their listener using those technologies somehow give way in opening our mind in a wider range of understanding what we listened for. As a student, we could also get an idea how technology works and might as well adopt it when the time comes in our way, because learning is not only by listening but also by seeing. The technology that were being used on that day was really good, which made the forum more interesting. I gain an insight and a technique that I could use it in future applications.

On Sabrina Ongkiko’s “Return on Investment”

Before reading my article, Kindly visit the speech of Ms. Sabrina Ongkikos’s “Return on Investment” at Youtube.com. I am very sorry If I didn’t included it in here but, soon I will. Thank you.

         Sabrina Ongkiko

             The speech of Ms Sabrina was quite amazing, in a way that you can really feel her enthusiasm in relation to her chosen career. You can feel her from her voice; from the way she poses and delivers her speech is totally admirable. I am not giving her coated words in order to give her some boost of her video, because in reality, it was a good speech that someone could give to her students, to someone’s co-workers, to the place she works at, and to the people from her surroundings. Looking from her get up on that day in her speech shows how proud she is to be a public teacher.

                In her first speech, she didn’t articulate there how students should be thankful to his/her teachers due to the effort they are doing, but NO, she didn’t articulate that, but instead she made it in an another way around. She did thank her students; because of them she did learn something. Though I am not a practicing right now, but I guess, what Ms. Sabrina wanted to convey was that, teachers also learn from their students. The learning in class is a vice versa way of teaching one another, and that’s what I picked up from her speech. Of course, I’ve become a student as well, but I didn’t realize this part; that a teacher can also learn from us. Ms Sabrina’s students must be proud, and surely when they heard this message from her, I’m sure it will inspire them more.


                The motivation that I sense from her speech is very strong, but the motivation is not something you could easily see in public teachers now a day, and how they viewed the public schools. To be frank, I did imagine how public schools to be a place of no learner, a place were giving education was weak, but she did change my views on this part. It is a good thing that someone in the field of education is making this kind of realization, because most of the people really view public school as a failure place of learning. She did show a positive feedback on this part, which gives you a good impression on this school that was being put down by the people all around. As a herald of good will, Ms. Sabrina gave a total good way of perspective, and indeed mentioned that PUBLIC SCHOOL is a PLACE of HOPE.

                There was that one line where in Ms. Sabrina told to herself that “matigas lang ang ulo ko”. She mentioned this when she was trying to point out how other people judge her, by her choice of career despite of her qualification. I guess it’s not her being “matigas ang ulo niya” of choosing this career, but it is her calling, as well as motivation in delivering to those people who didn’t believe in the public schools as a place of learning. Anyone who will hear this kind of speech will surely change his/her views 180 degrees about public school from poor to outstanding. She will not only inspire the students, the practitioner, the people but also the teachers to be inspired from their profession.

                Return on Investment, she is not pointing out about money in here. But what she was trying to convey in here is that, this return on investment was something to do about the inspiration that a teacher could give to her students, and that feeling of fulfilment by the teachers, seeing their former students getting their dreams into reality. The effort that the teachers were trying to instil to their student in their every day teaching is some sort of kindness on their part. They teach, we learn, and we apply. Upon that application, is a way of reaching one’s dream. A feeling of fulfilment for that certain student is being felt by the teachers who’ve happens to be a part of their success, and that is something of an investment from a teacher to their students.

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                Appreciation, this is something that I can identify the last part of her speech. Appreciation in the sense that, she did mentioned some teachers who should be given the worth of mention due to their passion in teaching their kids despite of all the obstacles and those uncomfortable situation in a class. I am sure that she also pointing out that teacher in the public schools should be appreciated of what they are giving to their students to make the most of them better, and not seeing them as the opposite way around.