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Category Descriptions, Rules, Rubrics pages

Time Period for Moments in History

  • 2016-2017 Season – Time Period: 1930’s

 

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Categories for Individual Students Website Page Rules Rubric Merged
Humorous Solo Acting Link Link Link Link
Serious Solo Acting Link Link Link Link
Non-Original Oratory Link Link Link Link
Persuasive Speech Link Link Link Link
Moments in History Link Link Link Link
Informative Speech Link Link Link Link
Prose Link Link Link Link
Impromptu Speaking Link Link Link Link
Poetry Link Link Link Link
Storytelling Link Link Link Link
Farrago Link Link Link Link
         
Categories for Individual Students &/or Partners Website Page Rules Rubric Merged
Infomercial Link Link Link Link
News Reporting Link Link Link Link
Demonstration Link Link Link Link
Special Events Link Link Link Link
         
Categories for Groups Website Page Rules Rubric Merged
Group Interpretation Link Link Link Link
Group Acting Link Link Link Link
Group Improvisation Link Link Link Link
         

 
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Category Rules & Rubrics — 1 Comment

  1. Storytelling should be told as the narrator (third person) as if he or she is recalling the story. Although you could certainly memorize a story word-for-word, it’s easiest to memorize the outline of a story, then fill in with the details. The storyteller is not allowed a script or a prompt.

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