Introduction: What is a Master of Ceremonies (EMCEE) Script?
Emcee meaning -emcee is short for Master of ceremony, the host or hostess of the evenig who guides the show and introudces guest’s and speakers and entertainment.
Master of Ceremonies scripts are a set of instructions that MCs follow to keep the audience entertained and engaged. The script is a guideline for the MC to follow and can include things like jokes, stories, and anecdotes.
The best way to write a good Master of Ceremonies script is by having an understanding of your audience and the type of event you are hosting. For example, if you are hosting an awards show, you would want to have more jokes in your script than if you were hosting a conference.
Examples for Different Types of EMCEE Scripts
When you are writing a memorial service, the goal is to make those who attend feel like they are not alone. This is usually accomplished through the use of stories and personal anecdotes that are shared by family members or friends.
The best way to write a wedding MC script is to do your research on what type of wedding ceremony you will be presiding over. The script should be tailored to the type of ceremony that you will be presiding over.
Sample emcee scripts for conference and seminar
Good morning, everyone. My name is ____ and I’m really excited to be here today.
We’re going to talk about ____ and I’m going to show you some examples from our app that make ____ very easy.
First, some thank you’s. _____ has been such a wonderful partner to work with on this project. And, we couldn’t have done it without the help of _____, who handled all of the ____ so well.
Good morning everyone!
What are you going to do with your life?
Today we’re going to talk about ________ and how it can help you to ________.
I hope this helps you to make more informed decisions about what will work for you.
Good morning everyone and welcome to the seminar.
I’m (insert host’s name) and I will be your emcee today.
We have an awesome line-up of speakers lined up for you today, so let’s get started.
Our first speaker is (insert speaker name). Please give them a round of applause for their insight.
That was a great presentation and now it’s time for our next speaker
Hi, my name is
Can you see me?
I’ll be your emcee for this event.
I’m going to take you through some important information about the event and its location.
The event is going to take place at
We’ll be meeting in Building A, which is located on the north side of campus.
The room we’ll be meeting in is 123.
We’re going to be covering some really great topics. The first
Hello and welcome to the seminar, my name is
I am here to talk about
With the use of PowerPoint, I will be providing you with
Now onto the first discussion question, which is
This question is worth
The next question is
This question is worth
The slides that I have are
I would also like to ask you for feedback at the end of the seminar.
Hello everyone and welcome to
I’m here today to talk about
I’m sure many of you have already heard about this, but
In my opinion,
Let me know what you think! I hope to see you around
Welcome to our conference.
I’m your host for today.
I’m here to introduce our keynote speaker, who will talk about how to introduce a new product.
I’m also here to introduce our panelists for today’s round table session.
With that, please welcome our keynote speaker!
Today, we are going to spend the first hour talking about ____
That’s all for the morning, see you back here in an hour.
Welcome to the first day of the 2015 Regional Internet Service Provider Association’s annual convention!
This year, we are excited to have a diverse group of speakers from across the industry.
For our first speaker, we have
Good morning/afternoon! My name is ____________, and I’m the host of this conference. We’re so happy to have you here, and we hope you enjoy it.
We’ll be starting with a keynote speech in just a few minutes, and we’ll be following up with two breakout sessions. We’ll reconvene back here in the main hall at noon for lunch, and will have two more breakout sessions to choose from after that
-I’m honored to be emceeing this conference
-I hope you find the lineup informative and valuable
-I’ll keep the introductions short and sweet
-Let’s get started!
I’m honored to be emceeing this conference
I hope you find the lineup informative and valuable
I’ll keep the introductions short and sweet
Let’s get started
Hello! I’m ____ and I will be your conference emcee today. Thank you for joining us for the ____ conference.
We have a lot of exciting things planned for the day so I’ll get right to it.
First off, we’ll be hearing from _____, _____ and _____. ____ has some insightful things to share on ____ and _____ will be talking about _____.
Next, we’ll hear from our guest…
Good morning everyone, and welcome to the conference!
I’m your host, and I’ve been tasked with the difficult job of getting
you all pumped up. So let’s get to it.
I’m going to start by introducing myself and the other people who will be
speaking today. I’ll leave 10 seconds for applause and then we’ll get
is here to talk about . is here
Welcome to the
Name of Conference
I am very happy to introduce the Keynote Speaker for our conference,
Name of Keynote Speaker
He is a renowned expert in his field, and has helped many companies get ahead.
I have no doubt that he will share with us some valuable insights and teach us some new things.
Good afternoon, welcome to our conference.
At this conference, you will hear from industry-leading experts in the field of general business.
This is a day for taking notes, learning from each other and from the speakers, and networking with like-minded professionals.
We are very grateful to all of our speakers for their time.
I hope you enjoy the conference.
Sample script outline for a seminar or conference
The seminar will be a discussion about whether or not the use of guns in the home is a good idea. Each side will have a chance to make their argument and we’ll give the audience a chance to ask questions.
I. A brief introduction to the topic
II. Background on gun ownership in the United States
III. Arguments for guns in the home
IV. Arguments against guns in the home
V. Q&A period
– Introduction: An introduction to the topic as well as a general overview of the benefits of the course
– What is an API?
– API development: The different types of API’s and how they’re built
– API development tools: A brief overview of the different API development tools and how they’re used
– API frameworks: Frameworks that are used with APIs and what their benefits are
– API deployment: How to deploy an API
In this seminar we will explore differences in perspectives and methods of research.
-What are the differences between qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods?
-What is the difference between inductive and deductive research?
-What is the difference between a qualitative study, quantitative study, and mixed methods study?
-What are some challenges that you might find with these different approaches?
-What are some of your biases?
Sample Script outline for teacher’s seminar
A seminar for teachers to be held next month would be an introduction to the most common teaching methods to be used in the classroom. The outline of the seminar would go like this:
1. Introduction to teaching methods
3. Discussion with teachers about experiences in teaching
This is a script for a teachers LAC seminar
2. What are the most important questions to ask when teaching ESL?
3. What can we do in our classrooms to make learning easier for students?
4. What are some of the things that we can do outside of the classroom to help our students improve their vocabulary?
5. What are some of the things that we can do outside of the classroom to help our students improve their grammar?
6. Who is
This is a sample outline for a teachers seminar.
What is the goal of this seminar?
Overview of the day
What is a good classroom management plan?
Types of seating arrangements
Use of technology in the classroom
How do students learn?
How do you assess student learning?
What are some good assessment strategies?
What are some goals for your students?