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You are not logged in. Terry Helmick, chair of the speech and debate department at Johnson County Community College, offers these tips for graduation speakers. A: A good graduation speech must contain interesting material but most importantly be delivered with confidence and enthusiasm. Any good graduation speech should contain humorous anecdotes and short stories about the school year. The speaker should refrain from talking only about him or herself because the speech is for the graduates, not the speaker. Yet, a personal touch is important to help the audience understand why the speaker was chosen as the commencement speaker. A: Speakers can focus on several aspects of the school from which they are graduating, such as accomplishments made that year at the school; important events from the school year.
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Graduation speeches are the last opportunity for a high school or college to educate its students. It's unsurprising, then, that these institutions often pull in some of the world's most powerful people to leave an equally powerful impression on their students. Here are the best of those speeches and some of the sections that resonate the most. How's the water? The story thing turns out to be one of the better, less bulshitty conventions of the genre, but if you're worried that I plan to present myself here as the wise, older fish explaining what water is to you younger fish, please don't be.