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Public Speaking

Public Speaking

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Rules and guidelines for Public Speaking.
Rules and guidelines for Public Speaking.

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Published by: Nor Fadzleen on Apr 12, 2012
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FOR PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS
RULES AND GUIDELINES
MINISTRY OF EDUCATIONMALAYSIA
 
 
PUBLIC SPEAKING COMPETITIONFOR PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLSRULES AND GUIDELINES1.1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 Through public speaking competitions, it is hoped that awareness is createdamong pupils or students on the importance of the English language.1.2 Public speaking is an essential part of most jobs and at some point, all of us willhave to give a speech in public to inform, to persuade or to inspire others.
2.0
 
AIM
 2.1 To encourage the development of oral communication skills among pupils orstudents2.2 To promote the use of the English language2.3 To promote better understanding amongst young people
3.0
 
ELIGIBILITY
 3.1 This competition is divided into 2 categories:
primary school
secondary school3.2 This competition is open to pupils of government-aided schools from
Year 4 toYear 6
only. Year 3 pupils are allowed to participate if they are from
under 
 
enrolled 
schools.3.3 This competition is open to all students of government-aided schools from
Form1 to Form 5
only.
4.0 PRIZES
4.1 Plaques and certificates of achievement will be awarded to the winners.4.2 Certificates of participation will be awarded to all participants.
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5.0
 
COMPETITION RULES
 5.1 The competition is divided into two sections, as follows:
Section 1
: Prepared Speech -
any topic
 
Section 2
: Impromptu Speech5.2 For Section 1 (Prepared Speech), contestants are to observe the followingrules:5.2.1 Primary school contestants will deliver a prepared speech on atopic of their choice for 4 to 6 minutes.5.2.2 Secondary school contestants will deliver a prepared speech on atopic of their choice for 6 minutes.5.2.3 A warning bell will be sounded at the 5
th
minute and a final bell atthe 6
th
minute. Marks will be deducted thereafter.5.3 For Section 2 (Impromptu Speech), contestants are to observe the followingrules:5.3.1 Contestants are given a topic four minutes before they are due topresent the speech.5.3.2 All contestants speak on the same topic.5.3.3 The time allocated for the impromptu speech is three minutes.5.3.4 A warning bell will be sounded at the 2
nd
minute and a final bell atthe 3
rd
minute. Marks will be deducted thereafter.5.4 The topic for the Impromptu Speech will be prepared and provided by theDivision of Co-curriculum and Arts, Ministry of Education.
6.0
 
ADJUDICATION
 6.1 A panel of at least 3 or 5 judges will be appointed for all the rounds at all levels.The competition at the national level will be judged by a panel of 5 judges,appointed by the Division of Co-curriculum and Arts, Ministry of Education.6.2 Points will be allocated according to the scoresheet.6.3 Judges will collectively determine the placing by a clear majority vote.6.4 The decision of the judges is final.
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