Contoh Pidato Bahasa Inggris "English Speech Contest"
Entitled "The Role of Islamic Students in Globalization Era’
In the name of Allah the beneficent and the merciful.
Praise is to Allah, the lord of the world, and the sequel is for those who keep their duty unto him. Further, there will be no hostility except against wrongdoers.
Blessing and salutation upon the most honorable prophet and messenger, his families, all his disciples, and those who follow them in goodness till the any of judgment.
In this good chance, I would like to deliver my speech by title;
The Role of Islamic Students in Globalization Era
As we know well that globalization is an era marked by missing the territorial limit of nation. It enables the nation culture interferences. So that, politics, economy, culture of nation can influence, color and inspire of the other nations policies.
Globalization gives not only positive effects of the rapid science, information and technology development but also brings about many religion and culture principle divergences of the nation. Those become the cause of a drop in autonomy and identity of the nation.
Happy brothers and sisters!
Lets pay attention more what happens in our surroundings at present! Free sex, pornography, alcoholic drink and drugs become youth customs in this country. Most of them always imitate what becomes up to date without filtering and thinking before. And they never make balance between thought and desire, planning and implementation and between ability and action. In addition, they do not preserve the Islamic laws because they think that religion is the symbol only whereas, youth is the generation next of this country. So how this countrys future is if most of them get a drop in their moral values?.
Consequently, we are the next generation of this country; we have to keep ourselves by faith, beliefs and piety in facing the globalization era. And we have to be aware of conserving the Islamic laws. Moreover we are the Islamic students have obligation to fight against the weakness of our beloved nation.
Moslem brothers and sisters!
We should not keep silent when we know the negative changes that happen in our society because of globalization era. As Islamic students we ought to become figures in anticipating the negative effects of this global era.
Allah state in the noble Quran; (Waltakum minkum ummatan yaduna ilal khoiri wa yamuruna bil marufi wa yanhauna anil munkar, wa ulaaika humul muflihuun)
Meaning: let there arise out of you a group of people inviting to all that is good, enjoining almaruf and forbidding almunkar and those who are the successful man.
Dear brothers and sisters!
The Islamic students with their moral forces and Islamic studies must be proactive to guide what is and what globalization era is for and the purpose of it. So that, lets hope for the best. They become the public figures and they can color the social and cultural lives of their society in achieving the goal. Thats good Moslem is a good country.
Happy brothers and sisters!
As the generation next we should;
– take the positive effects of globalization era only,
– raise our taqwa and realize our religious doctrine in our daily lives,
– become good figures for the society in facing globalization, information and communication technology
That’s all my speech. Thank you for your attention
Wassalamu’alikum Wr. Wb.
Asslamualaikum wr. wb.
The honorable ones the principle of SMA Negeri 01 Tanjung, all teachers and administration staff of SMA Negeri 01 Tanjung and all my friends from grade X till Xii.
Before I begin to give a speech, I would like to invite you to thank to Allah the Almighty, Who has given us Mercy and Blessing, so we can meet together in this blessing place. And also I don’t forget to deliver sholawat and salam to our prophet Muhammad SAW, Who has brought us from the darkness to the brightness, so we are always in the right way.
Ladies and gentlemen
It be a great honour for me, to stand right here in front of you all to give a speech about education under the title "What happen with our education?" in this National Education Day or HARDIKNAS.
To begin this speech, I would ask you two things about our education. What happen with our education? Is our education well enough or bad enough if we compere with other country?
If you have ever heard about the news last year about our international education rank, you would be surprised. As quoted form Education for All (EFA) Global Monitoring Report 2011 which is published by UNESCO and launched in New York on Sunday, 1/3/2011, our international education rank is at 69th place from 129 surveyed countries all over the world. This rank is lower than in 2010.
It opens a question that runs in my head, what happen with our education? Indonesia is a great country with many talented young generations. It was undoubted again that there are so many Indonesian students who win the international education Olympiads such as mathematics, chemical, physics and other. But why our international education rank is still low. So what happen with with our education?
Our government had made some policies which relate to the improvement of our educational standard by improving the national examination (UN) standard which rise year by year. Our government also made an effort to improve our educational standard by improving the teachers’ quality with a programme which well known as "Sertifikasi". But why our education rank never change. So what happen with our with education?
Ladies and gentlemen
So what happen with our education?
But sooner I realize one thing. Our education rank actually depends on one thing, only one thing. Our education rank depends on us. Good or bad the education of the countries depend on their students. If we want to change our bad educational paradigm, lets begin with change our perspective with the terms of education itself by keep trying, keep studying, keep innovating, keep inventing for sake of our education.
Not much that I can say to day, just a few of words above that I can deliver to you at this moment, thank a lot for your attention and I also ask forgiveness for my mistakes, and the last I say: