关于举办2020年浙江工商大学“HELLO计划”大学生英语演讲竞赛(A类)暨第十五届浙江省大学生英语演讲竞赛选拔赛通知

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学校自 2018 年春季学期开始实施“外语核心素养发展——HELLO 计划”,目的在于激发学生学习外语的热情,营造学生学习外语的良好氛围,提高我校学生的综合竞争力,培养具有国际视野、人文情怀、专业素养的应用型、复合型、创新型大商科人才。为了更好地推进该计划,展示和进一步提高我校学生英语口语表达能力,现决定举办2020年浙江工商大学“HELLO计划”大学生英语演讲竞赛(A类)暨第十五届浙江省大学生英语演讲竞赛选拔赛,现将具体事项通知如下:


一.主(承)办机构


主办:浙江工商大学教务处


承办:外国语学院、学生处


二.参赛对象


1、参赛学生必须是浙江工商大学全日制在校大一、大二、大三本科学生(不含浙江工商大学杭州商学院)。


2、杭州商学院学生(含托管)的校级比赛关注杭州商学院学生科技竞赛网。


三.竞赛方式与内容


此次竞赛分初赛、复赛和决赛。


(一)初赛


1.初赛采取网络初选形式进行。登陆浙江工商大学教务网→竞赛&创新活动网(http://10.11.107.15/),输入用户名和密码(学生登录用的用户名和初始密码均为学生学号,登陆后可修改密码)→点击登录→选择竞赛入口→在竞赛列表中选择“浙江工商大学2020年大学生英语演讲竞赛”→竞赛管理→竞赛报名(同时提交初赛作品)。


2.初赛作品要求:参赛选手朗读一篇统一提供的文章(见本通知末尾附件),并模拟现场演讲进行录音,音频长度约为3分钟(WMA格式/MP3格式)。选手将演讲音频文件压缩后(不大于45M)上传到参赛网站。请注意,本次初赛分为英语专业组(包括英语、商务英语专业)和非英语专业组,请参赛同学根据自己专业选择相应的文章进行比赛。


3.选拔方式:本次竞赛评委会根据学生的语音、语调、语流节奏等对作品进行打分,选拔出若干名选手进入复赛。


(二)复赛


1.即兴演讲:赛题保密,选手上场前20分钟抽题,即兴演讲时间为2分钟;


2.回答问题:由提问评委针对选手即兴演讲的内容提出1-2个问题,选手回答时间为 1 分钟;


3.复赛结束后,排名前30位的选手进入决赛。


(三)决赛


1.定题演讲:定题演讲题目待复赛结束之后另行通知。


2.回答问题:由外籍评委针对选手定题演讲内容提1-2个问题,选手回答时间为每个问题1分钟。


3.奖项设置:校赛奖项设置按学校学科竞赛文件规定执行。


4.奖励:获奖同学由学校颁发获奖证书,达到一定成绩的同学可以申请创新学分。


5.决赛排名前12位选手,由外国语学院安排专业教师进行指导和培训,从中选出4位选手代表我校参加11月上旬浙江省大学生英语演讲竞赛,其余选手可参加网络赛。


四.比赛日程安排


初赛报名截止日期:5月5日24:00


复赛入围名单与复赛时间安排:待定(见教务处竞赛&创新活动网、外国语学院网站通知)。


决赛时间:待定(见教务处竞赛&创新活动网、外国语学院网站另行通知)。



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2020年4月20日





附件一(专业组初赛朗读文章):

Be courageous

By Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie


Please don’t stop telling the truth. Sometimes especially in politicized spaces, telling the truth will be an act of courage; be courageous.

Never set out to provoke for the sake of provoking, but never silence yourself out of fear that the truth you speak might provoke; be courageous.

People can be remarkably resistant to the fact that they do not like, but don’t let that silence you from speaking the truth; be courageous.

Be courageous enough to acknowledge that even if there is no value in the position of the other side, there is value in knowing what that position is. Listen to the other side, at least the reasonable other side.

Be courageous enough to acknowledge that democracy is always fragile, and that justice has nothing to do with the political left or the political right.

Be courageous enough to recognize those things that get in the way of telling the truth—the empty cleverness, the morally bankrupt irony, the desire to please, the deliberate obfuscation, the tendency to confuse cynicism for sophistication.

Be courageous enough to accept that life is messy. Your life will not always perfectly match your ideology. Sometimes even your choices will not align with your ideology. Don’t justify and rationalize it; acknowledge it. Because it is in trying to justify that we get into that twisting dark unending tunnel of lies from which it is sometimes impossible to re-emerge whole.

Be courageous enough to say I don’t know. Ignorance acknowledged is an opportunity; ignorance denied is a closed door, and it takes courage to admit to the truth of what you do not know.

Change a slice of the world, no matter how small. If you feel a sense of dissatisfaction with the status quo, nurture that dissatisfaction, be propelled by your dissatisfaction, act, get into the system and change the system. Challenge the still assumptions that undergird so many of America’s cultural institutions. Tell new stories, champion new storytellers because the truth is that the universal does not belong to anyone group of people. Everybody’s story is potentially universal, it just needs to be told well.

Be courageous. Tell the truth. I wish you courage and I wish you well.


附件二(非专业组朗读文章):


Ask yourself three questions every morning

Ask yourself these three questions every day, and you will live your best life.

Number one, what will they say at my funeral? This is one of the most powerful questions you can ask yourself. And if you don’t like the answer, you must do something to change how you live your life. It’s not about living a life to please others, but the opposite: being true to you by being 100 percent you, speaking your truth, living a life you believe is right. What is rare in this world is those who are authentic, those who are brave enough to speak their truth, and to follow their own path, not the path that society or your loved ones think is best for you.

Number two, what is most important in my life, and how must I act today to prove that? Some say their family is most important, but always choose work or nightlife or something meaningless over their family. Some say their health is important, but their actions show something different. Some say they want a better life, but they aren’t prepared to do the work to achieve it, the inner work or the physical work. If you know something is important to you, show it. Show it through your actions. Don’t wait until it’s too late, or you will look back and realize your priorities should’ve been different.

And number three: what can I be grateful for today? A lot of people talk about gratitude. A lot of great people, a lot of successful people, a lot of happy people. Why? Because it’s the greatest power on earth. Nothing will get you in a better state of mind than being grateful. It is impossible to be negative and grateful at the same time. It’s impossible to have anxiety about the future and live in gratitude for what you do have at the same time. It’s impossible to be sad and really grateful at the same time. Gratitude raises your vibration to a much higher level. You focus on the good, and you’ll see more good show up. That is how the world works.

Ask these three questions every morning. Answer them with truth and live your days with them in your mind.



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