Class II – Story Narration Competition – West Bay Campus
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Story Narration Competition – Class II
“Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.”
Story telling is a universal and traditional art form that has featured strongly in every culture as an effective communication tool. It can be used to inform, entertain, and educate. It is often used as a medium to ingrain, improving communication skills and opening the mind of the children to worlds beyond imagination.
Pearl School West Bay Campus, organized a Story Narration Competition for Class-II on 26th September 2018.
The story narration competition tests student’s confidence, command over language, expression according to the story and enthusiasm. Students narrate the moral stories using appropriate props. The content part and presentation skills of the students were outstanding. All the little ones entertained us with their moral stories.
The students were judged on the basis of fluency, vocabulary, confidence, voice modulation and content of the story.
The Story narration competition provided a platform for the students to show their talent, creativity, speaking skills. Students displayed excellent memory and recapitulation skills. All the participants participates with great enthusiasm .They fulfilled the atmosphere with joy.
Result – Story Narration Competition Class-II
|SL.NO||AD.NO||NAME OF THE STUDENT||CLASS&DIV||POSITION|
|1||0786||SPARSH JAYESHKUMAR NAIR||2WA||FIRST|
|8||P1816||RUJULA R PRATINIDHI||2WG||CONSOLATION|