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宗旨目標
(一)提供本校學生、外籍生以英語進行文化交流之機會。
(二)提昇全校學習英語風氣、增強口語表達能力,提供互相觀摩機會。

主辦單位:輔仁大學外語學院英文系
對 象:具輔仁大學學籍之在學學生(含進修部學生、外籍生與交換生)
活動時間:104年12月09日(星期三) 中午12:50-17:00
 (參賽者務必於12:30前持學生證至比賽地點辦理報到)
地點: 聖言樓百鍊廳

(一)參賽資格
A. 英語為第一、二語言者組English as L1 or L2 Students Group(L1L2) :
1. 具有輔仁大學學籍之在學學生(含進修部學生、外籍生與交換生)。
2. 來自英語系國家,或六足歲後曾在英語系國家居住滿兩年,或六足歲後在全英語學校就讀三年以上者。
B. 英語為外國語者組English as Foreign Language Students Group(EFL) :
1. 具有輔仁大學學籍之在學學生(含進修部學生、非英語系國家且母語為非英語之外籍生、交換生或僑生)。
2. 六足歲後未在英語系國家累計住滿兩年以上。
3. 六足歲後未曾在各地區英語(含雙語)學校累計就讀三年以上。

(二)比賽規則

1. 出場順序:由本系安排,順序表將於比賽當場公告,請參賽者提早到場確認出場時間並於報到時繳驗學生證及領回保證金新台幣壹百元。
2. 演講方式:分二階段
第一階段:指定題目 Two Cheers for “Made in China”?
題目說明:
對中國大陸而言,「中國製造」曾美譽全球,在國際市場獨占鰲頭,成為大陸人心中的驕傲;然而風雲變幻,當越來越多貼有「中國製造」的產品飄洋過海,卻因為鮮有自主創意和領先優勢而成為西方人眼中的笑柄。「世界工廠」的稱號既體現出中國經濟的體量,也暗示了中國處於產業鏈低端的事實。勞動密集型的血汗工廠對生態環境和自然資源造成了巨大的衝擊和破壞,你如何看待「中國製造」呢?

請參賽者就指定題目自由發揮,不可看稿。
指定題目部份每名3分鐘
第一階段2分30秒響提示鈴,3分整響結束鈴,足2分45秒或未逾3分15秒者不扣分,超過或不足者扣一分,逾3分30秒停止發聲;評審問答時間每位參賽者估計問與答共三分鐘,參賽者最後一題回答超過三分三十秒時即按鈴,以示提醒下台但不扣分。
第二階段-即席演講:第一階段比賽L1/L2組前4名者及 EFL 組前8名者(錄取決賽人數可能依情況調整),始得晉級參加即席演講比賽,題目於上台前10分鐘抽籤決定。參賽者依序抽題,每人準備時間10分鐘,第一位參賽者抽完題目5分鐘後,第二位參賽者開始抽籤,依序進行。
即席演講部份每名2分鐘加上3分鐘評審問答時間
第二階段1分30秒響提示鈴,2分整響結束鈴,足1分45秒或未逾2分15秒者不扣分,超過或不足者扣一分,逾2分30秒停止發聲。

2. 評分標準:
內容30%
語詞正確性流暢度30%
儀態表現30%
時間10%
合計100%
總分相同時,依前項標準之順序分數高低決定名次。

3. 講稿著作權有關事宜由參賽者自行負責。比賽時,字典自備,並請將手機確實關機;至預備席後,請勿攜帶講稿、工具書或其他有關電子輔助器材。第一、第二階段上台時,皆不可看稿。

(三)報名
1. 報名名額:母語組及非母語組共計30名,依報名順序受理,額滿為止。
2. 報名時間:即日起至104年12月02日(二)下午4:00止,逾時不候。
3. 報名地點:外語學院三樓英文系辦公室LA303。
4. 報名費用:報名時,請繳交NT$100保證金與報名表一同交給英文系系秘書李玉鋆,保證金將於比賽後退還給參賽者。
5. 報名方式:請至本系網站「活動專區」下載報名表(http://english.fju.edu.tw/active/introduction.asp?A_ID=52),
於本校辦公時間內、報名截止前持學生證以及填寫完整之報名表至英文系辦公室(外語學院三樓LA303)辦理。

(四)獎勵:各組依總分高低取三名獲頒獎狀及獎金。
獎金如下:
第一名八仟元
第二名五仟元
第三名兩仟元

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Objectives:
1) To offer a chance for both local and foreign students to exchange cultural ideas through English.
2) To enhance Fu Jen students’ opportunities to practice their English, to help improve their oral expression abilities, and to create a mutual learning environment.
Organizer: English Department
Target Contestants: Fu Jen Catholic University students
Time: 12:50-17:00, Wed., December 09, 2015 (Contestants must arrive by 12:30 with student ID cards.)
Location: Arens Multi-functional Conference Centre (SF Theater)

I. Qualifications
A. English as L1 or L2 Students:
1) Fu Jen undergraduate students (including Continuing Education students, exchange students and foreign students)
2) Those who come from English-speaking countries, OR those who have lived in an English-speaking country for more than two years after six years of age, OR those who studied in an English-speaking school for more than 3 years.
B. EFL [English as Foreign Language] Students:
1) Fu Jen undergraduate students (including Continuing Education students, exchange students and foreign students)
2) Those who have NOT lived in an English-speaking country for more than two years after six years of age, OR those who have NOT studied in an English-speaking school for more than 3 years.

II. Rules
1) Speech order: The order of the speeches will be arranged by the English Department. The timetable will be announced the day before the contest.
2) Contestants should arrive at the location early to check the time and order. When signing in, contestants’ student ID cards should be ready for verification.
Part I
Prepared Speech (No script is allowed)
Speech Topic: Two Cheers for “Made in China”?
Topic Description:
From the perspective of Mainland China, the label “Made in China” was once admired, and China played a leading role in international market. However, times change; more and more made-in-China products are exported to other countries, but are despised due to lack of creativity, and end up being mocked in Western countries. The name “the factory of the world” shows China’s economic weight, but also implies the fact that China is placed at the bottom of the industrial chain. China’s labor-intensive industry is in danger of harming the natural environment. So, what do you think about “Made in China”?
Three minutes for the prepared speech, and no points will be deducted if the speech is fifteen seconds longer or shorter than these prescribed times.
The bell will ring at 2 mins 30 secs as a reminder, and will ring again at 3 mins as a reminder of closure. A speech length falling between 2 mins 45 secs and 3 mins 15 secs will not be penalized; however, beyond this range (longer or shorter), one point will be deducted. Those who exceed 3 mins 30 secs will not be allowed to continue delivering their speech.

Part II
Impromptu Speech
Only those ranked in the top four in L1/L2 group and top eight in EFL group in part I can join the impromptu speech. The topic will be decided by drawing lots ten minutes before this section starts. Contestants will draw the lots in order, and each has ten minutes to prepare the impromptu speech. The second contestant will draw the lot 5 minutes after the first contestant, and so on for the third through sixth contestants.

Two minutes for the impromptu speech and no points will be deducted if the speech is fifteen seconds longer or shorter than these prescribed times.
The bell will ring at 1 min 30 secs as a reminder, and will ring at 2 mins as a reminder of closure. A speech length falling between 1 min 45 secs and 2 mins 15 secs will not be penalized; however, beyond this range (longer or shorter), one point will be deducted. Those who exceed 2 mins 30 secs will not be allowed to continue delivering their speech.

2) Grading standard:
Content 30%
Accuracy of language 30%
Presence 30%
Time control 10%
When contestants have the same points, the person with the highest score for “Content” will win (if that is the same, too, the highest score for “Accuracy of language,” … and so forth).
3) Contestants should take responsibility regarding copyright and bring a dictionary. Please turn off your phone during the contest. Scripts, reference books, and electronic devices are not allowed when preparing your speech. No scripts are allowed on stage for either part of the contest.

III. Application
1) Maximum contestants: 30
2) Deadline: Wed., December 02, 2015. 4:00 PM (No late applications are accepted.)
3) Place: English Department Office (LA303)
4) Cost: NT$100 as deposit. Please hand in the deposit money along with the application form to the department secretary, and the money will be returned after the contest.
5) Registration:
You can download the application form from the English Department website.
(http://english.fju.edu.tw/active/introduction.asp?A_ID=52)
Please go to the office (LA303) with your student ID card, and hand in the completed form and the deposit money by the deadline.

IV. Prize
The top three in both groups will be awarded a certificate and a cash prize:
NT $8,000 for first, NT $5,000 for second, NT $2,000 for third.

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