Since last week, MCJO Academy has been as busy as a bee in brushing up the students’ performance through a series of hands-on activities.
Our teacher, MCJO has thoroughly prepared her emcee students for the best lessons on role playing. One thing about MCJO Academy is that we truly believe that incorporating role-play into the classroom will bring in a fun and motivating mood. Even the quieter students have the chance to express themselves better!
The main thing is, our academy also acts as a safe cushion for the students’ fall during role-play. They get to rehearse on their performance in a safe environment. In a way that mistakes can be made and learnt through acting out!
The fun of role-playing didn’t just end there, our class decided to go out of class as well! A little bonding time that we had at the Mcdonald’s and to share each other’s feelings and experiences throughout the emcee class.
MCJO does not want to create just a teacher-students kind of relationship but to go one step further in developing a closer bond with them. She wants to get to know the students better in order to help them out in improving themselves in the emceeing industry.
All in all, we care the most for our students. Our academy doesn’t just focus on the academics but we believe in supporting and guiding new emcees to a brighter path with more fruitful opportunity and growth.
So, are you the one to join us here? What we are lacking is not emcees, but potential ones like you. Let us join hands and turn your life around…to be a greater one. Let us colour your confidence with a shade of brightness that you haven’t realized. Register now to see what your color is on stage. We… are about to find that out.
Wendy discovered MC JO Academy in 2017 and she became an emcee ever since. Blogging her heart out about her passion and experience as an emcee gives her so much freedom in expressing herself. She enjoys learning and indulging herself in rapid aggressive challenges such as speaking in front. Spotlights and microphones are her essential accessories to make a difference on stage.