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關于舉辦2019年浙江工商大學“HELLO計劃”大學生英語演講競賽(A類)暨第十四屆浙江省大學生英語演講競賽選拔賽通知
( 发布日期:2019-04-25 阅读:次)

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2019年浙江工商大学“HELLO计划”大学生英语演讲竞赛(A类)暨第十四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)辦機構

主辦:浙江工商大學教務處

承辦:外國語學院、學生處

二.參賽對象

1、參賽學生必須是浙江工商大學全日制在校大一、大二、大三本科學生(不含浙江工商大學杭州商學院)。

2、杭州商学院学生(含托管)的校级比赛关注杭州商学院學生科技竞赛网。

三.競賽方式與內容

此次競賽分初賽、複賽和決賽。

(一)初賽

1.初賽采取網絡初選形式進行。登陸浙江工商大學教務網→競賽&創新活動網(http://10.11.107.15/),輸入用戶名和密碼(學生登錄用的用戶名和初始密碼均爲學生學號,登陸後可修改密碼)→點擊登錄→選擇競賽入口→在競賽列表中選擇“浙江工商大學2019年大學生英語演講競賽”→競賽管理→競賽報名(同時提交初賽作品)。

2.初賽作品要求:參賽選手朗讀一篇統一提供的文章(見本通知末尾附件),並模擬現場演講進行錄音,音頻長度約爲3分鍾(WMA格式/MP3格式)。選手將演講音頻文件壓縮後(不大于45M)上傳到參賽網站。請注意,本次初賽分爲英語專業組(包括英語、商務英語專業)和非英語專業組,請參賽同學根據自己專業選擇相應的文章進行比賽。

3.選拔方式:本次競賽評委會根據學生的語音、語調、語流節奏等對作品進行打分,選拔出若幹名選手進入複賽。

(二)複賽

1.即興演講:賽題保密,選手上場前20分鍾抽題,即興演講時間爲2分鍾;

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.複賽結束後,排名前30位的選手進入決賽。

(三)決賽

1.定題演講:定題演講題目待複賽結束之後另行通知。

2.回答問題:由外籍評委針對選手定題演講內容提1-2個問題,選手回答時間爲每個問題1分鍾。

3.獎項設置:校賽獎項設置按學校學科競賽文件規定執行。

4.獎勵:獲獎同學由學校頒發獲獎證書,達到一定成績的同學可以申請創新學分。

5.決賽排名前12位選手,由外國語學院安排專業教師進行指導和培訓,從中選出4位選手代表我校參加11月上旬浙江省大學生英語演講競賽,其余選手可參加網絡賽。

四.比賽日程安排

初賽報名截止日期:5月3日24:00

複賽入圍名單與複賽時間安排:5月10日(見教務處競賽&創新活動網、外國語學院網站通知)。

決賽時間:待定(見教務處競賽&創新活動網、外國語學院網站另行通知)。


联系人:外国语学院:李老师 28008515    李同学 18757119484/679484

林同学 18758581664/661664

教務處:马老师   28877226

教務處  外国语学院

2019年4月25日


附件一(專業組初賽朗讀文章):

The Delights of Books

John Lubbock

Books are to mankind what memory is to the individual. They contain the history of our race, the discoveries we have made, the accumulated knowledge and experience of ages; they picture for us the marvels and beauties of nature, help us in our difficulties, comfort us in sorrow and in suffering, change hours of weariness into moments of delight, store our minds with ideas, fill them with good and happy thoughts, and lift us out of and above ourselves.

There is an oriental story of two men: one was a king, who every night dreamt he was a beggar; the other was a beggar, who every night dreamt he was a prince and lived in a palace. I am not sure that the king had very much the best of it.  Imagination is sometimes more vivid than reality. But, however this may be, when we read we may not only be kings and live in palaces, but, what is far better, we may transport ourselves to the mountains or the seashore, and visit the most beautiful parts of the earth, without fatigue, inconvenience, or expense.

Books, indeed, endow us with a whole enchanted palace of thoughts. In one way they give us an even more vivid idea than the actual reality, just as reflections are often more beautiful than real nature. “All mirrors are magic mirrors,” says George MacDonald. “The commonest room is a room in a poem when I look in the glass.”

Precious and priceless are the blessings which the books scatter around our daily paths. We walk, in imagination, with the noblest spirits, through the most sublime and enchanting regions.

Without stirring from our firesides we may roam to the most remote regions of the earth, or soar into realms where Spenser’s shapes of unearthly beauty flock to meet us, where Milton’s angels peal in our ears the choral hymns of Paradise.  Science, art, literature, philosophy, — all that man has thought, all that man has done, — the experience that has been bought with the sufferings of a hundred generations, — all are garnered up for us in the world of books.

(364 words)





附件二(非專業組朗讀文章):

Problems and Pain

M. Scott Peck

Life is difficult. This is a great truth, one of the greatest truths, because once we truly see this truth, we transcend it. Once we truly know that life is difficult — once we truly understand and accept it — then life is no longer difficult. Because once it is accepted, the fact that life is difficult no longer matters.

Most do not fully see this truth. Instead they moan more or less incessantly, noisily or subtly, about the enormity of their problems, their burdens, and their difficulties as if life were generally easy, as if life should be easy. They voice their belief that their difficulties represent a unique kind of affliction that should not be and that has somehow been especially visited upon them, or else upon their families, their tribe, their class, their nation, their race or even their species, and not upon others.

What makes life difficult is that the process of facing and solving problems is a painful one. Problems, depending on their nature, evoke in us frustration or grief or sadness or loneliness or guilt or regret or anger or fear or anxiety or anguish or despair. These are uncomfortable feelings, often as painful as any kind of physical pain. And since life poses an endless series of problems, life is always difficult and is full of pain as well as joy.

Yet it is in this whole process of meeting and solving problems that life has its meaning. Problems are the cutting edge that distinguishes between success and failure. Problems call forth our courage and our wisdom; indeed, they create our courage and our wisdom. It is only because of problems that we grow mentally and spiritually. When we desire to encourage the growth of the human spirit, we challenge and encourage the human capacity to solve problems. It is through the pain of confronting and resolving problems that we learn. As Benjamin Franklin said, “Those things that hurt, instruct.” It is for this reason that wise people learn not to dread but actually to welcome problems and actually to welcome the pain of problems.

(354 words)



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