Japanese School of Languages and Cultures

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How to Apply

Steps for Instructor:

  1. Read the guidelines.
    Guideline
    Grammar Guidelines
  2. Print and pass out Contestant Application Form to your students in class.
    Download Contestant Application Form
  3. Contestants fill out and submit the form to their instructor.
  4. Check the contestant’s application form and correct any mistakes.
    If you do not, your students will be disqualified.
  5. Fill out all required information on the instructor’s online registration form by Friday, April 14th, 11:59pm.
    [Skit Division Register Here] [Speech Division Register Here]
    Please note that the instructor online application form will close after the deadline.
  6. Hand in to the contest administrator, or scan the contestant application form in PDF (.pdf) and submit via Dropbox File requests link by Friday, April 14th, 11:59pm.
For Speech Level 3 Division contestants, send their speech scripts in MS Word format (.doc or .docx) via Dropbox File requests link by Friday, April 14th. The file name of their script must be as follows: For example, alice_ueda.doc or docx (first name, underscore, last name, all lower cases without a space.) See also 10. APPLYING TO THE CONTEST, Draft Submission.

 

Steps for Students:

  1. Receive an application form from your instructor/Download it from the website.
    Download Contestant Application Form
  2. Fill out the form.
  3. Turn it in to your instructor before Friday, April 14th.
  4. Speech Level 3 Division speech scripts are due before April 14th. If you do not meet the deadline, you will be disqualified!
  5. Practice!
  6. Have fun at the contest!


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