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Current Category: POI (Program of Oral Interp)
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2019 National Champion - POI - Debate Like a Girl Debate Like a Girl by Ella Schnake of Raymore-Peculiar High School (MO) One of our “4N6 Fanatics Members” – Coaches by Todd Schnake
3 Lessons for Beginning POI students NOTE: Based on college rules which may vary from high school competitive rules. Click the Home button of their website and you’ll find resources for other events too!
3 Sample POI programs Star Gazers, Tecnho-POI and Girl Games, compliments of Coach Dr. Todd T. Holm. Dr. Holm holds a PhD in Organizational Communication & Instructional Communication from The Ohio University in Athens, OH. He taught communication courses and coached speech and debate teams at several colleges and universities for 25 years.
Crafting and Using the Oral Interp Binder How about some binder etiquette? How the binder is used can enhance or cripple a performance.
Getting Started Guide for POI Using selections from Prose, Poetry, and Drama, students create a ten-minute performance around a central theme. Program Oral Interpretation (POI) is designed to test a student’s ability to intersplice multiple types of literature into a single, cohesive performance. A manuscript is required and may be used as a prop within the performance if the performer maintains control of the manuscript at all times. Performances can also include an introduction written by the student to contextualize the performance and state the title and the author of each selection.
Judge Training Video for POI Compliments of NDSA - Only 4 minutes :)
Sample Ballot for POI A Sample ballot from the NSDA to help your judges understand what a completed ballot for POI may look like. Perfect for Judge Training
Video Sample POI - Don't Stand By - Stand Up! Performance by Drake Leach of Grapevine High School (TX) at the 2016 NSDA National Tournament
Video Sample POI - From Bitter to Better Performed by Michelle Murata. This selection received 1st place at the Hawai'i Speech and Debate State Championships, and qualified to the NSDA national tournament in 2016.
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