NE Elementary Speech Meet—Western PA

March 29, 2019
Sarver, PA


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

School Registration

Please complete the Spring Events Registration Form with the $60 school registration fee by October 31, 2018.

Coordinator resources are available for the Elementary Speech Meet.




 


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