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大连市第www.爆大奖中学国际部2018届毕业典礼纪实
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大连市第www.爆大奖中学国际部 2018 届毕业典礼纪实 作者:国际部 2018 届毕业生王辰玥 6 月 19 日星期二,大连市第www.爆大奖中学国际部于明德堂举行了为时三个半小时的 2018 届高三学生毕业典礼。本

大连市第www.爆大奖中学国际部2018届毕业典礼纪实

 

作者:国际部2018届毕业生王辰玥

 

        619日星期二,大连市第www.爆大奖中学国际部于明德堂举行了为时三个半小时的2018届高三学生毕业典礼。本次毕业典礼是在班主任李晓丹老师细心的监制下,由潘卓涵同学带领学生工作组共同策划完成。在历时四个星期的准备过程中,工作组成员们高效完成了毕业照拍摄、纪念视频录制、节目审核、舞台美术设计、音响效果调试等一系列工作。一场有态度、有理想、有情怀的毕业典礼就这样展现在了大家的视野中。

24中国际部学术校长Paul.Taylor 致辞

 

        此次毕业盛典中,舞台的每个角落都写满了表演者的热情,寄托着同学们的宿愿。国际部校长Paul Taylor先生首先回忆了2018届毕业生们成长的过程,并向同学送上他的祝福和期望;国际部中外方老师也提前录制好了视频,表达对同学们的关爱和不舍。中文演讲学生代表朱延泽以细致入微的记叙文带着同学和家长们回顾高中时光的喜怒哀乐,一帧帧美好的画面历历在目;英文演讲学生代表王辰玥从自己的实际经历出发,娓娓道出自己三年来在24中国际部的成长和感悟。随后,Paul Taylor校长与国际部主任韩秋老师为毕业生们一对一颁发毕业证书,并与他们合影、拥抱。

2018届毕业生上台领取毕业证书

 

 

        接下来,同学们精心编排的节目们正式上演。由国际部英语老师Gary指导的话剧社隆重推出具有喜剧色彩的<<罗密欧与茱丽叶>>,为在场来宾们带来了无限的欢乐与感动。接着,毕业生们也先后送上精心准备的文艺节目。高三13班同学和高三12班同学的劲舞表演<<Bboom Bboom>><<全部都是你>><<Electric Kiss>>象征着青春期少年少女躁动的内心。刘燃、刘祺祺带来的拉丁舞蹈<<我的心里只有你没有她>>以异国情调感染人心。Uknownplayers乐队借着激情四射的歌声和富有感染力的MV,使全场观众热血沸腾。游戏环节里中,三个精心策划的小游戏,把同学、老师之间的距离瞬间拉近。外教老师积极参与和幽默表现更是让现场的观众忍俊不禁、欢乐开怀。

毕业典礼的尾声中工作组成员们以友情、亲情为出发点,为观众带来了煽情歌曲串烧,同学、家长们热泪盈眶。最后,高三全体学生上台,演绎了一首<<毕业歌>>,为这场毕业盛宴拉下了帷幕。

24中国际部话剧社团出演“罗密欧和朱丽叶”

 

        高中三年匆匆结束,昔日朝夕相处的同学们也将各奔西东,相信同学们都会在海外大学生涯中续写更加精彩的诗篇。这场毕业典礼,不仅纪念了同窗三载的美好回忆,更是寄托了大家对未来的期待。期望同学们永远如当下一般,心中充满感恩,快乐,和友爱。

 

24中国际部2018届毕业典礼工作组大合唱

 

24中国际部2018届毕业生合唱校歌

 

 

 

 

 

 

毕业典礼工作组成员名单:

导演  潘卓涵

监督  杨欣瑞 胡耘豪 王依然

场务  朱丽璇 张海琪

道具  清原辰明

麦克  刘若冰 张雨濛

总控  张琬晨 王泽龙 王辰玥 金钰喆 叶香杉

美术  王辰玥 刘泊希

视频  徐德明

接待  王蕴祺

 

国际部高一高二学生志愿者:

叶香杉 崔容溪 赵艺擎 秦梓超 秦梓越 王一丁 赵唯含 冯硕 周明阳 孙铭蔚 乔元津 孟承宗

 

特别鸣谢:

黄启成校长、周亚娟老师

 

 

 

附:大连市第www.爆大奖中学国际部2018届毕业生学生代表致辞

 

一、王辰玥 Lexie

被美国迈阿密大学、加州大学圣塔芭芭拉分校、加州大学欧文分校等多所爆大奖注册送56元网址录取

 

 

Good afternoon, dear principal, faculty members, students, alumni, and most importantly, the graduating class of 2018. Today, as members of the graduating class, my peers and I will be receiving our high school diplomas, exemplified by a piece of paper named ‘Certificate of Graduation.’ The significance of this diploma is not confined to the fact that I will never be forced to wake up at 6am, to be in school on time. It  concludes a journey where a juvenile girl tirelessly seeking the recognition from others and the perfection of herself.

 

At the age of 4 or 5, which is when we first developed the most primitive understanding of human society, we were dreamers. I’ve heard many kids saying that they’d like to become astronauts, lawyers, or entrepreneurs; and I believe you all have experienced the same. During my short visit to a primary school, I had little chats with a class of children. When I asked them which college they would love to go in future, half the class answered ‘Tsinghua University’, the other half answered ‘Beijing University’, with one exception --- Harvard University. I was once as ambitious as these children. I dreamed about possessing every exceeding qualities that human desire -- intelligence, elegance, integrity, etc. For many years, I also believed in myself that one day these dreams will come true.

 

As I grow up, things get complicated. I become more realistic, making decisions based on rational analysis. I start to question ‘will I ever get into top universities? ‘ I started to have self-doubt that I probably won’t get 1500 on SAT, which I didn’t get eventually. I also started to believe that I will never be a champion in debate contests. Eventually, all of my former ambitions are being crossed out on my checklist one by one as I forgive myself for being ordinary with statistically supported excuse: only the minority succeed, the majority is average, that’s the way it should be.

 

People  tell you that you can never be a doctor or be admitted into a top college. They are not entirely wrong: Harvard accepts only 5.4% applicants each year. Most medical students can’t even survive internship, not to mention residency. In reality, the chance of success is minor. However, this realization does nothing for us except for generating self-doubt and self-pity. A minor probability is still a probability, is worth to fight for. So why do we set limitations when fighting for our goals and dreams? Columbus discovered America without knowing its existence beforehand. J.K. Rowling created the magical empire of Harry &Potter out of nothing. Even her parents were strongly against her studying literature. Why shouldn’t we explore the world courageously and believe in ourselves like we once did as children? I’m not telling you to be arrogant or ego-inflated. I am telling you that opportunities and lucks only happen to people who are prepared. We ought to put in 100% of effort when there is 1% chance of success.

 

For the past three years I spent in this school, Dalian No.24 International department, I’ve been continuously observing myself and making improvements. During the process, I discovered an interesting fact ---  I’ve never achieved anything higher than what I considered to be my maximum ability. When I aim for an A, the best I got is an A. When I aim for an A*, the best I got is A*. I’ve never got an A* on any subject that I thought I could only get an A. Similarly, the only time I got the best speaker prize in debate contest was when I knew nothing about debate. When I learnt more about rules and regulation in debate,  I was unable to achieve higher. To me, the knowledge I obtained somehow served as a limitation. Subconsciously,  it restricted me in a castle of boundary . It reminded me  that reaching outside my boundaries is impossible as I spent more energy and effort on following the rules than establishing creative method to combat my opponent’s  arguments. When insecurity and fear kicked in, they made me doubt myself, and blocked me from utilizing my best potentials.

 

 

In the end, I would like to say that we should never give up being a dreamer. At times, we all feel like a failure because we don’t’ have the perfect score in SAT or TOEFL, we don’t have a perfect family background, we didn’t get the offer from our dream college. However, I believe god is fair because he gives everyone 24 hours a day. No matter how rich or poor you already are, or how pretty you’re born to be, we all just have 24 hours a day. We’re 18, that means we haven’t lived a quarter of our life yet. We have an galaxy of adventures and challenges waiting to be explored by us. Why should we limit ourselves based on other people’s experience and ‘common sense’.  Use the 24 hours efficiently, invest 100% of effort in everything we do. Ultimately, we will become everything we ever wanted to be. I hope none of us is limited to the ‘reality’ based on others’ experience as we depict the portrait of ourselves and go further and beyond into our lifetime journey. Ordinary doesn’t suit us, let’s be extraordinary as we always mean to be.

 

 

二、朱延泽 Peter

被瑞士洛桑酒店管理学院、英国杜伦大学、英国曼彻斯特大学等多所名校录取

各位领导、老师、家长、以及我亲爱的2018届的所有同学们,大家下午好。我是毕业生朱延泽。今天我很荣幸能站在台上,与台下的同学们回忆过去三年,我们一起经历的那些闪光的岁月。

 

我相信,三年前的我们在填报中考志愿的时候都曾踌躇过。

那时的我们,对国际部的印象还是如此的模糊,什么是雅思?托福?A level

尽管迷雾笼罩,我们的热爱和执着还是引领着我们踏上了这条少有人选择的路

而今天,当我看着你们脸上的笑容和我们令人无数人羡慕的升学成绩,请允许我这样总结:我们的选择,值得我们三年的青春。

 

三年,一千天,我们一起见证了太多历史,也一起经历了太多的第一次,太多从无到有的时刻。

第一次体验拥挤的食堂,又第一次如此依赖外卖;

第一次用完全用英语学习,又第一次接触来自世界各地各具特色的英语;

第一次把滑板带进了爆大奖注册送56元网址,又在多次的摔伤事件后,滑板第一次在爆大奖注册送56元网址被全面禁止.

第一次圣诞晚会,还有第二次和第三次,可惜的是我们终究是没有等到属于我们的万圣节party...

我们第一次见识了每科上千元的天价考试报名费;而我们的成绩,也证明了中国青年惊人的学习能力和旺盛的求知欲,在如此一个陌生的领域,丝毫不减。

我们中的很多人,在这里找到了值得为之奋斗一生的理想。

也有人,在这里,找到了无话不谈的挚友。

我们在这里学会了质疑,讨论和辩论,也学会了倾听,理解和包容。

 

朋友们,你们可否知道乌班图这个哲学概念,

“I am who I am because who we all are. ”,我之所以成为我,是因为我是我们中的一员。

我们,是一群不寻常的年轻人,我们是创新者,是冒险家。共同的先锋精神把我们聚集在了一起。同一片屋檐下三年的学习生活,将我们更紧密地联结。我们互相发现着对方的闪光点,也悄悄地抛弃掉自身的瑕疵。三年的时间,我们,都变成了更好的自己。今天,是我们启程的时刻,我的朋友们,是时候把我们在这里,中国,大连,www.爆大奖中国际部三年的积累展示给世界,让世界见证我们的成长。

 

今年花胜去年红,可惜明年花更好,知与谁同。今天之后,我们又将各奔前程,我们中的一些人,可能在今后很长一段时间里都不会再见。但是,我们在这绿树红墙间共同度过的青涩韶华,已经成为了我们胸前的烙印。

大连市第www.爆大奖中学明德笃志,博学慎行的校训将永远成为我们人生的信条。为我们的人生旅途指路引航。但愿我们十年,二十年乃至五十年后再聚首时,仍然能带着笑回忆球场上的汗水,体育课上的狼人杀,和每天中午准时等待着我们的芽果沙拉,就像三年的时光,从未逝去。

 

祝贺二零一八届www.爆大奖中国际部的所有同学们,Congratulations guys, we made it!