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Published by READING4KNOWLEDGE, 2021-03-27 22:22:25

GUIDELINES FOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS

GUIDELINES FOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS

HIP LET’S READ AND SHARE IN CONJUNCTION WITH

THE WORLD BOOK AND COPYRIGHT DAY 2021

INTRODUCTION

“Let’s Read and Share” is an activity in conjunction with the World Book and Copyright
Day 2021. It is one of the activities of the Highly Immersive Programme (HIP) for the year
2021 to boost students’ interest in reading a variety of fictional and non-fictional books in
English. Three competitions will be conducted from 1 March 2021 to 1 April 2021 to
promote the reading culture amongst students. All primary and secondary school
students, vocational college students and trainee teachers from the Teacher Education
Institutes (IPG) are encouraged to participate in the following competitions.

PARTICIPATION

No. Name of Competition PARTICIPATION

1. Book Review • primary school pupils
Competition • secondary school students
• vocational college students
2. Animated Story • trainee teachers
Telling Competition
• primary school pupils,
3. Online Reader’s • secondary school students,
Theatre • vocational college students,
• trainee teachers

• secondary school students,
• vocational college students,
• trainee teachers

CATEGORIES Competition Entry Form QR Code
http://bit.ly/3tYDafp
No. Categories
1. Primary and

secondary school
students

2. Vocational college https://bit.ly/3aiXdgE
students

3. IPG trainee http://bit.ly/2Nmzza9
teachers

COMPETITIONS

1. BOOK REVIEW COMPETITION (SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS)

Objectives

i. To recognise students’ efforts in reading and reviewing story books.
ii. To encourage students to share the synopsis, the story line and moral values of

a book they have read.
iii. To present their analysis of the significance of the book

How to Apply?

a) Create a video of a book review with a duration of two to five minutes in MP4
file format.

b) Name the video file in this format:
“HIP LRS 2021 – BR (book title), Name of school
example: HIP LRS – BR (The Pearl), SMK Indah, Name of student
Send the video to your English language teacher/HIP Coordinator of your
school.

c) The English language teacher/HIP Coordinator will review the entries and
upload the best videos (maximum 5 videos) onto the link provided in the table.

d) Submit the form by 5.00 p.m. on 2nd of April 2021.
e) Only completed entries will qualify for this competition.

Judging Rubric for Book Review Competition

Criteria Points Points earned and comments
1. Engaging opener/Introduction 10
• Title and author listed.
Introduction is attention- 20
getting and provides
relevant information. 20
2. Summary
• Details about major 10
themes, ideas, character, 10
setting and plot without 10
revealing the conclusion
of the book. 5
5
3. Critique 5
• Consists of thoughts, 5
responses, and reaction 100
to the book.
• Reacts to the authors
aims or intent, the subject
of the book, how well it is
written and overall
success or failure of the
book.

4. Offers at least one opinion
5. Fluency of the language used
6. Voice

• Engaging tone and
inflection

• Clear and concise
pronunciation

7. Video is recorded in own’s voice
8. Video sounds polished with no

cut jumps
9. Duration is between 2-5 minutes
10. Creativity of the presentation

Total

2. ANIMATED STORY TELLING COMPETITION (SECONDARY SCHOOL
STUDENTS)

Objectives

i. To recognise students’ efforts in reading story books.
ii. To encourage students to share the book content in the form of animation.
iii. To provide a platform for students to share their reflection of the book creatively.

How to Apply?

a) Create an animated story telling video of two to five minutes with hand-drawn
animations or stop motion.

b) Name the video file in this format :
“HIP Let’s Read and Share 2021: – AST (book title), Name of school, Group
1”
example: HIP LRS 2021 – AST (The Pearl), SMK Indah, Group 1

c) Send the video to your English language teacher/HIP Coordinator of your school.
d) The English language teacher/HIP Coordinator will review the entries and upload

the best videos (maximum 5 videos) and provide the YouTube video URL in the
competition entry form provided in the table.
e) OR, the English language teacher/HIP Coordinator can submit the video(s) onto
the competition entry form provided in the table.
f) Submit the form by 5.00 p.m. on 2nd of April 2021.
g) Only completed entries will qualify for this competition.

Judging Rubric of Animated Story Telling Competition

Criteria Points Points earned and
10 comments
1. Imagination and creativity 10
• Original, fresh, and external 10
imagination of the maker by using the
medium to convey an idea, message, 10
or thought
15
2. Quality:
• Effective use of the chosen media 15
combined with the skills involved in the 10
production of the work. 10

3. Impact and Content of the Storytelling:
• Able to evoke imagination, create
feelings, tell a story, or visually
illustrate an idea.
• message clarity is strong and able to
motivate as well as inspire the
audience.

4. Editing & Cinematography:
• Videography/Audio includes technical
excellence, composition, lighting, style,
color, sound, music, editing, and
storytelling.
• The images, sound, and content
provides variety, interesting angles,
imagination, and convey the story
being told.

5. Language Use:
• Appropriate language is used
throughout the story.
• Grammar and usage are correct and
contribute to clarity, style and character
development.

6. Voice
• Words are pronounced and enunciated
correctly.
• Tone and inflection are engaging

7. Transitions, effects, audio, and edits:
• are appropriate to the subject matter
• add to the flow of the video
• do not distract from the video

8. Visual impact:
the effect of the project as whole.

9. Video is recorded in students’ voice 5
10. Video lasts a minimum of 2 minutes and a 5

maximum of 5 minutes 100
Total

3. ONLINE READER’S THEATRE COMPETITION (SECONDARY SCHOOL
STUDENTS)

Objectives

i. To recognise students’ efforts in combining reading skills and performance.
ii. To encourage students to practise reading aloud with a purpose.
iii. To showcase students’ reading skills and creative interpretation of the English text.

How to Apply?

a) In groups of 5 to 15 students, create a theatre performance video inspired by a
book read, with a duration of two to five minutes in MP4 format.

b) Name the video file in this format:
c) “HIP LRS 2021: RT (book title), Name of school, Group 1”.

example: HIP LRS 2021: RT (The Pearl), IPG Indah, Group 1
d) Send the video to your English language teacher/HIP Coordinator of your school.
e) The English language teacher/HIP Coordinator will review the entries and upload

the best videos (maximum 5 videos) and provide the YouTube video URL in the
competition entry form provided in the table.
f) OR, submit the video onto the competition entry form provided in the table.
g) Submit the form by 5.00 p.m. on 2nd April 2021.
h) Only completed entries will qualify for this competition.

Judging Rubric of Online Reader’s Theatre Competition

Criteria Points Points Earned and
10 Comments
1. Interpretation: 20
• . creative and with depth

2. Presentation:
well-prepared
• delivery is with confidence and
expression
• appropriate gestures and good
eye contact
• props used add to the
understanding of the performance

3. Voice: 20
• entire skit was clear, concise, and
well-articulated.

4. Language Use: 20
• appropriate language use 10
throughout
• grammar and usage are correct
and contributed to clarity, style
and character development.

5. Projection:
• volume of voices was used
appropriately and creatively
• expressions conveyed through
pitch and voice modulation

6. Cooperation: 10
• high level of active, on-task 10
participation from all group 100
members

7. Overall Performance:
• sequence of story adhered to
enthusiasm evident and
demonstrated within group
TOTAL

ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE WINNERS

1. Ten finalists and three winners will be selected.
2. The winners will be announced during the online HIP Let’s Read and Share event

scheduled on 23rd April 2021 (Friday).
3. The winners will receive a certificate of recognition.


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