15 Sample Audio And Video Introduction Scripts For ESL Teachers | HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

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Whether you’re here coz you need some ideas on what to say on your intro or just chillin trying to find some inspiration for your next job hunting —whatever it may be, I know you’re up for something great. 

Now, if you need a sample script for your ESL audio or video introduction, then you’re on the right page my friend.

I know what you’re thinking. I’ve been there. Trust me! Before you skip this part, you have to hear me out first. Actually, this isn’t my first post about ‘sample scripts of ESL video introduction’. It’s my second one. Why I made another one? It’s coz I noticed that my previous post went viral. Not even kidding!

I only posted two sample scripts on my older post, so now I thought of adding more to that. I’m not surprised why many people are browsing on my blogs these days. Pandemic is making our lives miserable, so now we’re busy searching for jobs and all those sort of things.

What You Should Consider Before Filming Your ESL Audio/Video Introduction

  • -If a company requires you to make an intro that’s specific for young learners, that means you have to act jolly, speak in a level that a kid or beginner learner can understand. Use simple words ,not idioms. Do not take for granted the instruction that’s given to you. It may seem simple or not a big deal, but your ability to follow instructions can make or break your application. 
  • -If a company requires a professional intro wherein your students are adults, then make sure you submit an introduction that’s flawless. When I say flawless, it means no grammar and pronunciation slips. You have to act/look professional and sound convincing. I can’t express enough the importance of how you deliver your audio or video introduction.
  • -If you’re asked to submit a 30-second or a 1-minute introduction, be sure to follow that. There is a reason why a company has a specified length of time for an intro, and it’s best to stick to the instruction rather than sorry. 
  • -Please do not use this line: ”What are you waiting for?”. This line is a turn-off. If you add this to your intro script, you’ll definitely sound like a broken record (coz it’s been used by so many teachers over and over again).
  • -Record yourself and listen to it as many times as you can until your lines are perfectly delivered. The moment you don’t find yourself annoying when listening to the recording, then you know it’s perfect and ready to submit. 
  • -Your goal should be to CAPTIVATE whoever is listening or watching your ESL video introduction. You have to understand that, when you submit an intro to a company, it wouldn’t be their first time to receive an applicant’s introduction. Again, it isn’t their first time to see a video introduction from a job seeker or teacher like you. In that case, you aren’t special -so, you have to be different or at least appealing on your intro.
  • -I strongly suggest that you add some greetings. Make it personalized that way your intro is catchy and genuine. For example, if you’re applying for a company that caters Koreans, then say ”Annyeong-haseyo”.  If it’s Japanese, say ”Konnichiwa”. If it’s Chinese or Taiwanese, then say ”Ni Hao”. You can even add another word using their native language at the end part of your intro -like goodbye. So, what’s goodbye in Korean, Japanese, and Chinese? Well, if you google it, it’s Annyeong, Sayonara, Zàijiàn respectively. 
  • -When making an intro for young learners, I suggest starting with a short song that’s popular for kids. It’ll make your intro appealing this way. I think it’s cute and a bit funny to watch. You can also add simple questions like ”How about you?” or ”How are you?”. It may sound corny or too much but this really helps. If you can’t seem to pull it off, then try a different style. Be creative.

SAMPLE SCRIPTS FOR ESL AUDIO/VIDEO INTRODUCTION

 

WHEN YOU HAVE TO SOUND PROFESSIONAL, CASUAL, OR FORMAL ON YOUR INTRO: (STUDENTS: ADULTS)

1.

Konnichiwa!

My name is Monica. I love teaching —plain and simple. I’ve been sharing my enthusiasm in English for about 5 years. I’ve worked with diverse students including Japanese, and I always found them to be cordial and respectful. 

In my class, I’m interested in many different topics, and I’m happy to focus on my learners’ goals.

I look forward to having a class with you soon!

2.

Ni Hao!

My name is Monica, a teacher, blogger, and nurse from the Philippines. I’m (age).

I’ve been teaching for more than 5 years, and I’ve worked with learners around the world. My background includes planning and delivering lessons to children and adults. I specialize in Business English, job interview practice, and exam preparations like IELTS, OPIC, and TOEIC.

In my class, I work with wonderful enthusiasm and positivity. I’m interested in a variety of topics, and I’m happy to focus on my learners’ goals.

I can’t wait to meet you soon! See yah!

3.

Hi there! It’s Monica.

I’m a teacher based in the Philippines.
I love working with diverse people, and I aim to become a valuable resource for my students wherever I teach. 

I’d like to share my enthusiasm in English with the learners in your platform.

I can’t wait to start my first class!  

4.

Ni Hao!

My name is Monica, a teacher, blogger, and nurse from the Philippines.

I have a varied experience in ESL teaching, and I’ve worked with diverse learners for many years. My background includes planning and delivering lessons to children and adults. I give instructions in General English, Business English, Job Interview Practice, Exam Preparations like IELTS, OPIC, and TOEIC, among others —all with the aim of helping students achieve their goals. 

In my class, I work with enthusiasm and positivity. I’m interested in many different topics, and I’m happy to focus on my learners’ goals.

I can’t wait to have a class with you soon! See yah!

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5.

Annyeong-haseyo!

Call me Monica. I’m a nurse and teacher from the Philippines. I’ve been to South Korea 3 years ago, and it was one of my unforgettable travels. I’ve worked with Korean learners for many years, and I always found them to be friendly and respectful. 

In my class, I aim to be a valuable resource for my students. I love to discuss many different topics, so if you’re someone who’s interested about music, politics, food, travel, books, movies, and sports —you’ll find my class quite worthwhile.

Talk to you soon! Annyeong!

6.

Hello! I’m Monica.

I’m a nurse by profession. I’ve been teaching for more than 5 years, and I loved every minute with my students for many years.

Teaching is my passion, so there’s no better feeling in this world than seeing my students learned something from my class.

I hope to speak with you soon. See you!

7.

Konnichiwa! Monica-desu.

I am an experienced English teacher with expertise in one-to-one and group classes. I would love to share my enthusiasm with the learners in this platform. I’ve been working with diverse learners of all levels for many years. I coach learners in ESL, IELTS, and TOEIC. 

Throughout my career, I’ve been recognized for my work ethic and effectiveness. I’m greatly passionate about my profession, and I love helping others improve their English. I’m thrilled about this opportunity, so I look forward to speaking with you soon. Sayonara!

8.

Hello learners!

I’m Monica from the Philippines. Have you been here in my country? I hope to share with you some insights about the Philippines while simultaneously helping you improve your English skills.

I can’t wait to meet you. See you!

WHEN YOU HAVE TO SOUND JOLLY ON YOUR INTRO: (STUDENTS: YOUNG LEARNERS)

9.

Hello! How do you do?

My name is Monica. You can call me Teacher Nica. How about you? What’s your name?

I am excited to meet you in my class.

Have a lovely day! See you!

10.

Annyeong-haseyo!

It’s me —Teacher Monica.

I am from the Philippines. How about you?

I have been teaching English to learners around the world for many years. I love seeing my students have fun in my class. I hope we can practice English together too!

I can’t wait to see you!

11.

Hello to you!

Call me Monica. I live in the beautiful country of the Philippines. Have you been here?

I want to talk about the things you are interested in. Hmm… do you like going to the beach? How about cute animals like dogs, cats, and dolphins? Let’s talk about them in my class!

I’m excited to meet you soon. Bye!

12.

Ni Hao!

My name is Monica from the Philippines. How about you? Where do you live? Hmm… is your country hot or cold?

In my country, our current season is summer, so it is hot right now. How about in your place?

I am sure there are many things that you would like to share with me. I can’t wait to hear all of them.

See you soon in class! Zàijiàn!

13.

Hi!

What’s your name?

By the way, I am Monica. You can call me Nica for short.

I want to get to know you in my class.

I have so many funny stories and jokes for you. Do you want to hear them?

I’ll see you in my class, okay?

See you soon!

14.

Hello hello hello..

Hello how do you do?

I’m glad to be with you, and you and you and you …

Oh Hi! I’m Teacher Monica!

Nice to meet you!

I am excited to have a class with you in English. I am sure it’s going to be fun.

See you soon!

15.

(You Can Start By Singing A Popular Song For Kids In Your Intro)

♫ I have two hands, the left and the right
Hold them up high, so clean and bright
Clap them softly
One, two, three
Clean little hands are good to see ♫

Hello! My name is Monica. You can call me Monic or Teacher Monic. 

Do you know the song I just sing? 

In my class, we will sing all your favorite songs. I love singing and dancing. I am sure you do too!

See you in my class! ☺ 

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