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Enrollment is NOW OPEN !! The 14th Radio Drama Competition
The 14th English Radio Drama Competition
Would you like your students to write the play script of a radio programme, showcase their talents and perform a creative English Radio Drama LIVE in front of audience?
We are extremely proud to write to you and invite your school to participate in our 14th English Radio Drama Competition for Schools. Last year, over 400 teams participated in our Radio Drama Competition. We were overwhelmed by the positive responses from the participating schools. This year, we are extremely excited to inform you that the Standing Committee on Language Education and Research (SCOLAR) continues to sponsor our Radio Drama Competition! We also had to thank all the students that participated in last year’s competition, despite all the difficulties we faced during the COVID-19 pandemic! We had our Radio Drama Competition online for the very first time!
Through this competition, your students will experience the magic of sound and the creativity of their voices. Students can learn and enjoy the fun of script-writing and acting; they can also develop team spirit, improve English language skills and build their confidence in expressing themselves in English. It will certainly be a marvelous learning experience for them.
Participating teams can choose from the following themes for this year's radio drama competition:
1. Our new normal
As the coronavirus pandemic has been sweeping across the world, we have entered into the era of “the new normal” without realising it. At present, masks and hand sanitisers have become the necessities for all of us. Students have to make use of online self-learning platforms, and people have to work from home and are advised to minimise social gatherings. Facing these various restrictions, how can people adapt to such new style of life through breakthroughs and innovations? Look back or ahead, create a radio drama about “the new normal” and share with us.
2. In Unchartered Waters
Have you ever pondered whether the “Peach Blossom Island” and the “Death Valley” mentioned in television dramas and those mysterious treasure caves appeared in games really exist? Have you tried to step out of your comfort zone to search for your inner self and explore the meaning of life? If you possess the desire to dive in uncharted waters, inspiration to create a new life and even determination to create a new world, please express your thoughts or ideas in this radio drama.
3. It’s the little things that count
Lu Xun, one of China’s greatest writers, wrote a piece of writing titled “A small incident” to praise a person of grassroots for his great nobility and reflect on the apathy and the suspicious mind of intellectuals at the time. Even though the story written by the author described a small incident, the incident had far-reaching implications for him. In your life, have your ever experienced some small incidents, however insignificant they may seem, which have profound impact on you? Create and share an interesting radio drama with us using your boundless creativity!

If you are interested in joining our English Radio Drama competition, please download the application form, then email it to drama@mysmartabc.com or fax it to 2851 8422 before 21 January 2022. mail

For more details about this competition, please visit our website www.mysmartabc.com/drama Doenload Form

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