全港幼稚園及小學英語朗誦比賽 Hong Kong Kindergarten and Primary School English Speech Competition

 

朗誦比賽目的:

幫助學生正確掌握英語文章的思想感情,用聲音帶出情感,以表現文字無法透徹表達的語氣和態度。增強參賽者的英語朗誦 技巧,並培育其自信心,這個都是我們全面發展教育協會的其中一個重要元素。獲獎,不是參加朗誦的最終目的,是教師與學生同在訓練過程中有所得益最為重要。

 

比賽規則/守則:

  • 參賽者一經報名,不得更改比賽項目、比賽日期及時間,若參賽者未能如期出賽,將被視為放棄參賽資格,已繳費用將不獲發還,亦不能作其他用途或把參賽資格轉讓他人。
  • 兩個組別將各設冠,亞,季軍
  • 參賽者應服從評審團之裁決,不得異議。
  • 參賽者如未能在指定時間出席比賽,須於一個教學日前通知,未有通知而遲到十分鐘或以上者,作棄權論。
  • 參賽者於綵排或比賽期間若感到不適或受傷,須盡快通知大會。
  • 衣著要整齊,避免穿戴會發出聲響的飾物或衣物,以免影響他人。
  • 參賽者須於比賽開始前最少15分鐘到接待處。

收到確認通知書後,參賽者有責任即時核實確認通知書上的一切資料,確保清楚其參賽項目、參賽之誦材無誤,進入比賽場地。

 

比賽分為兩個組別 

幼兒組:3-5

初小組:6-8

所有參賽者將會獲取由全面發展教育協會所頒發的參與證書一張。

勝出的冠,亞,季軍,將會獲取由全面發展教育協會所頒發的獎盃和參與證書一張。

費用:HKD480

比賽日期︰20191215日(星期日),中午12:00- 下午2:00,於太子多元學習中心舉行。

太子多元學習中心地點:

九龍彌敦道761號藍馬之城8樓全層

Diverse Learning Centre (Prince Edward) Address:

8/F,  THE LAMMA CITY, 761 NATHAN ROAD, PRINCE EDWARD, KOWLOON

比賽評判:
全面發展教育協會總監Miss Aggie Chan
香港電台DJ名主持人紫龍

 

朗誦要求:

聲情並茂,要發揮原作品的神髓,並能打動聽衆的心弦,産生強烈的藝術感染力。

朗誦方法:

必須熟悉誦材,了然於胸;注意各種聲音技巧的運用,同時講求眼神、表情、動作等的有 機配合。

朗誦的技巧:

(1) 了解文章的基本內容

(2) 概括文章的中心思想

(3) 掌握字、詞、語句和修辭技巧

(4) 分析篇章結構

(5) 喚起感情、産生共鳴

朗誦評分標準:

評判將根據參賽者整體的英語朗誦藝術表現作出評級及評分,亦考慮參賽者下列各方面的表現:

  1. 英語語音發音準確度
  2. 英語語句清晰流暢度
  3. 情感投入程度
  4. 肢體語言配合
  5. 悅耳情態悅目度

 

家長和小朋友可以一起同行選擇誦材:

英文誦材(任選其一)

  1. F

Fishy Fishy

In the sea

Won’t you come

And swim with me

x 2

 

  1. The Frog

I saw a little frog

He was cuter than can be

He was sitting on a log

And I am sure he croaked at me

 

  1. Baseball game

Life is like a baseball game

Every pitch is not the same

You get several chances at a hit

But pay attention

Cause if you miss

The game could be over quick quick quick

 

  1. One, Two, Three by Anon

One, two, three, Father caught a flea. Put it in a teapot

To make a cup of tea.

The flea jumped out, Mother gave a shout,

In came Billy

With his shirt hanging out.

 

  1. Gran’s Old Diary By Wes Magee

I found my Gran’s old diary, It has a lock and key.

I found it in the attic,

when you explored with me.

My Gran wrote her old diary many years ago.

She used the blackest ink

on pages white as snow.

And inside Gran’s old diary something caught my eye:

it was a tiny buttercup

pressed flat from years gone by.

 

  1. Shimmer, Glimmer By Clare Bevan

Shimmer, glimmer, mermaid tails

With your gold and silver scales

How you sparkle, how you spin

While the little fishes grin.

Magic mermaids in the sea

Sing a sunny spell for me.

 

  1. Questions by Raymond Wilson

I often wonder why, oh why,

All grown-ups say to me:

“When you are old and six foot high,

What do you want to be?”

 

I sometimes wonder what they’d say

If I should ask them all

What they would like to be, if they

Were six years old, and small.

 

  1. Dorothy Porridge by Richard Edwards

Dorothy Porridge is wearing a lettuce

And nobody quite knows why,

She’s racing around like the spin of a coin

And weaving her fist at the sky.

The last time I saw her she lifted a leaf

And gave me a wink of her eye,

Dorothy Porridge is wearing a lettuce

And nobody quite knows why.