Submit your speech online!

 

Due to the spread of COVI-19 in Canada, we have cancelled our public Concours d'art oratoire competition.

Instead ...

We are giving NB students a chance to participate in an Online province-wide competition

The competition will be open to French second language students in grades 6-12.  This includes both Post-Intensive and French Immersion students

The competition will also be open to Francophones currently in grade 12. Bursaries will be offered.

Category descriptions can be found here: Category Descriptions

Students will be required choose a topic, write a speech and then record a youtube video (students have the choice to make the video private*) of themselves performing the speech in front of an audience of at least 1 person (time lengths vary dependant on grade & level - see rules and regulations).

 

 Submissions can be made by sending the link to info@cpfnb.net . 

Participants must also submit the following form:

Student Registration

 

***REVISED*** The deadline for registration will be May 5th, 2020, however, videos can be submitted up until June 5th, 2020.  Winners will be announced at the end of June.

Please include only the full name of the participant in the video (no school or district information) to keep judging impartial.

You may choose to go public or keep the video private. Please get your parent or guardians permission before you begin.

Rules and regulations can be found in the following document: Rules and Regulations

*Videos that are not private could be published on our website and social media channels

Prizes

Bursaries  from  Université    de  Moncton and Universit      é de Sainte-Anne

 

Grade 12 students in all categories are eligible to win bursaries.

 

1st place winners=$2000

2nd place winners =$1500

3rd place winners =$1000

Other prizes

1st, 2nd and 3rd in all categories will receive a plaque.

All participants will receive a certificate of participation.

Q & A

1. What are the judging criteria?

A: Here is a link to the judging rubric that will be used to judge the speeches: Click here

2. Is the person filming the video considered an audience member?

A: Yes!

Have a question? Let us know by sending an e-mail to info@cpfnb.net

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