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Children’s English talent show gears up
    2017-August-10  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Zhang Qian

zhqcindy@163.com

THE annual Donghai Cup English talent show for children will kick off Saturday at Donghai City Plaza in Futian District. It will be the seventh English talent show organized to provide more children and teenagers with an opportunity to discover the fun of learning English through performance.

Co-organized by the Foreign Affairs Office of Futian District Government, Xiangmihu Subdistrict Office, 1312 Advertise and Donghai Group, the English talent show invites children aged 3 to 15 with basic, moderate or advanced-level English proficiency to join the competition. Children who are interested in the talent show can register at the reception of Donghai City Plaza before 12 p.m. Saturday or through the online channel by scanning the QR code at the bottom of this article.

The competition will last for one month with two preliminary competitions scheduled for Saturday afternoon and two semi-final competitions on Aug. 19. The final competition is planned for Aug. 26. Candidates who stand out from the rest will be awarded with certificates and prizes, including an iPad Mini 4, a self-teaching machine, an eye-protection lamp or a special gift.

The talent show functions as a platform for Chinese and expatriate residents to communicate and interact, especially those living in the Donghai Community. The community is one of the city’s largest expat enclaves, with thousands of foreign households choosing to reside in the community for its international and convenient environment.

Through the talent show, the participating children will gain more opportunities to communicate with English-speaking communities, thereby improving their English levels, said the organizers.

Three English teachers, including foreign teachers, will form the judge panel for the competition this year. The competition will be divided into three parts, namely speech, a Q&A session and a talent show.

Candidates will be required to give a speech in English for the first session, followed by a Q&A. Then candidates will demonstrate their talent, such as singing, playing instruments, dancing and cross-talk, in the second session. The organizing committee will assist candidates in preparing props, but the candidates themselves have to pay for all of the materials or rental fees.

 

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