E-Poetry: Poetry Beyond Text (English Month Competition). 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.
- Participants in groups of three (3) shall compose a poem in any form and theme, and submit an electronic/video presentation.
- Entries shall incorporate readable lines (subtitles), appropriate background, and non-distracting sound effects, and shall run for three (3) to seven (7) minutes including all add-ons.
- Poem entries shall be saved in a flash drive and shall be submitted on or before November 25 (Saturday), 20xx. Judging of entries shall be made on November 28 (Tuesday), 20xx. Upon submission to the committee, Judges’ decision shall be considered final and irrevocable.
- Only three entries shall be awarded Champion, 1st Runner-Up, and 2nd Runner-Up. Winning entries shall also be presented to the audience during the awarding ceremony.
- Originality and Creativity (40%). Poem entry clearly demonstrates originality, coherence of the literary form and structure, and overall creativity.
- Content and Literary Value (40%). Poem entry conveys clarity and harmony in terms of imagery and language.
- Technical Aspects (20%). Addons and other effects such as sound, video, texts, and others are employed in consonance with the content and other aspects.
Other English Month Competitions
Communication-in-Photo Contest (Mechanics). 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.
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.
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.