[Project Week] Winter Festival: An enchanting journey with warm winter stories

Ngày đăng 08/01/2024
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The Storytelling Competition in English, as part of this year’s Winter Festival, has captured considerable attention from our dear Genee participants. Through three competition rounds, the magical journey unfolds onto a diverse and vibrant stage, bringing the world of recreated books to life.
In the first round, contestants must persuade the judging panel through videos that capture their storytelling along with their expressions and body language. Contestants who advance past the first round will participate in the stage challenge, where they will face familiar teachers in the role of judges instead of mere cameras.
After the stage challenge, the 12 outstanding Genee participants, with captivating stories from various grades, made an impressive presentation in front of the entire audience—their fellow students. They also faced challenging questions from the judging panel members such as teacher Lyes, teacher Luke, and teacher Bee.
After consideration of elements like creativity, uniqueness, the emotional resonance of the story, expressive skills, interactive capabilities, and direct feedback from the contestants, the judging panel has decided to confer special awards upon the students:
Promising Award:
  • Vuong Ngoc Yen (3A1) with the story “Is that you, Santa?”
  • Hoang Hai (3A1) with the story “The Three Little Pigs.”
  • Hoang Thi Hong Anh (3IPC) with the story “The Bear Wakes up for Christmas.”
  • Eliza Ha Vy Eardly (1IPC) with the story “Little Robin Red Vest.”
Inspirational Award:
  • Nguyễn Nhật Huy (2A2) với câu chuyện “The Big Pumpkin”
  • Trần Hiền Linh An (4A2) với câu chuyện “Little Red Riding Hood”
  • Trần Lê Quỳnh Anh (5A1) với câu chuyện “The Boy Who Cried Wolf”
Impressive Award:
  • Ngo Phuong Thao Nguyen (4A2) with the story “The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse.”
  • Phan Tran An Phuong (5A1) with the story “Stories About Friends.”
  • Nguyen Ngan Quynh (2IPC) with the story “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer.”
  • Nguyen Ngoc Minh (3IPC) with the story “Harry, the Snowman.”
Creative Award: Daisy Duvall (1IPC) with the story “The Very Hungry Caterpillar.”
The English Storytelling Competition serves as more than just an opportunity for Genee to showcase their storytelling talents and language skills; it is also a platform for connecting the Genesis community. These stories will continue to convey their love to anyone who has the opportunity to listen and feel.