Oral Language Festival
The BCSD Oral Language Festival provides an opportunity for students to enjoy interpretations of literary works through reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Students choose from a broad selection of titles, which can be either serious or humorous. They can perform solo, duo or as a group. The categories are:
- Serious Interpretation ñ Solo
- Serious Interpretation ñ Duo
- Humorous Interpretation ñ Solo
- Humorous Interpretation ñ Duo
- Verse Choir (3-8 students)
The top four BCSD winners from each of the five categories in each division are eligible to complete in the Kern County Oral Language Festival.
Participants: Elementary division ñ grades 4th ñ 6th at participating schools
When: Jr. High/Middle ñ November of each year at participating schools, Elementary ñ December of each year at participating schools
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