Communication-in-Photo Contest (English Month Competition). Communication-in-Photo Contest is a photography competition that aims to integrate student photographer’s understanding of the communication process in the digital age into the art of photography.
- Participants shall submit their original photos capturing ‘communication and negotiation of meaning in the digital age.’
- Photos must be printed on 8.5”x11” photopaper and must bear an up to 10-word title and 25-word creative description placed at the bottom of the content.
- Deadline of submission is on November 25 (Saturday), 20xx.
- Judging of the photo-entries shall be made on November 28 (Tuesday), 20xx. Upon submission to the committee, Judges’ decision shall be considered final and irrevocable.
- All photo entries will be part of the photo-exhibit on the actual day of competitions. However, only three entries shall be awarded Champion, 1st Runner-Up, and 2nd Runner-Up.
- Adherence to Theme (40%). Photo-entry demonstrates originality and relevance to the theme: Communication and Negotiation of Meaning in the Digital Age.
- Clarity of Expression and Uniqueness of Concept (40%). Photo-entry conveys the ideas, messages, or thoughts in an imaginative and creative way.
- Creative Title and Description (20%). Photo-entry bears a highly appealing description and title based on the overall visual appeal.
Other English Month Competitions
Declamation Contest (Mechanics). Declamation Contest is a public speaking event that showcases student declaimers’ communication prowess in interpreting a literary piece, thereby providing the audience with a direct experience of the craft.
E-Poetry: Poetry Beyond Text (Mechanics). E-Poetry: Poetry Beyond Text is a digital poetry composition and presentation contest that captures the literary prowess of student poets in the light of digital media.
Essay Writing Contest (Mechanics). Essay Writing Contest is a writing competition where student essayists compose argumentative essays that have substance and that adhere to the conventions of the written discourse.
Extemporaneous Speech (Mechanics). Extemporaneous Speech is a public speaking competition that requires student speakers to deliver a limited-preparation speech with special focus on substance, organization of ideas and information, and confident delivery.