NE Elementary Speech Meet—Maryland/D.C.
April 13, 2018
Students demonstrate their speaking ability by verbally presenting a memorized poem, speech, or passage to an audience. Students do not compete against one another; they are judged against established criteria. Students in Grades 1–6 from ACSI member schools may participate. The student participation fee is $10.00 per student.
|Category of Presentation||Grades||Source of Materials|
|Poetry||1–6||ACSI Poetry Sampler or appropriate material using ACSI guidelines|
|Bible Memorization||1–6||ACSI Bible Memorization Sampler or other Bible passages|
|Fable/Folklore||2–4||ACSI Fable/Folklore Sampler or appropriate material using ACSI guidelines|
|Patriotic Oration||5–6||ACSI Patriotic Oration Sampler or appropriate material using ACSI guidelines|
|Dramatic Bible Prose||5–6||ACSI Dramatic Biblical Prose Sampler or other Bible passages|
|Original Speech||5–6||Student-generated speech using ACSI guidelines|
Please complete the Spring Events Registration Form with the $60 school registration fee by October 31, 2017.
Coordinator resources are available for the Elementary Speech Meet.
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