Middle School Sharpens Their Public Speaking Skills at Turn Coat Competition


Inter-house Turn Coat Competition was conducted for the Middle School students on 22nd Jan’16. Best four debaters were selected from each house.The topic was given to the students on the spot and they were given five minutes to prepare for their topic. They had to speak one minute for the motion and one minute against the motion. Each student’s performance was exemplary. Even the judges striven hard to decide the final result.
The performances on the stage motivated the students in the audience to take part in such competitions. The competition led to the enhancement of thinking, communication, self-management skills and dialectical thought in children.   The competition successfully enthused a spirit of confident public speaking and expression of the views of the youth on certain topics like :Do school uniforms make school a more effective place to lear, Every home should have a pet, Should internet be banned from schools, Should plastic bags be banned, Is it unethical to eat meat, Should students be allowed to use cellphones and laptops during school..,etc The competition came out to be a great success. Diksha Singh of VII Blue bagged I positiion, Aditi Chauhan of VI Blue, II position  and Anshika Jain of VIII Red, III position.

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That mortal man should feed upon the creature that feeds his lamp, and, like Stubb, eat him by his own light, as you may say; this seems so outlandish a thing that one must needs go a little into the history and philosophy of it.

It is upon record, that three centuries ago the tongue of the Right Whale was esteemed a great delicacy in France, and commanded large prices there. Also, that in Henry VIIIth’s time, a certain cook of the court obtained a handsome reward for inventing an admirable sauce to be eaten with barbacued porpoises, which, you remember, are a species of whale. Porpoises, indeed, are to this day considered fine eating. The meat is made into balls about the size of billiard balls, and being well seasoned and spiced might be taken for turtle-balls or veal balls. The old monks of Dunfermline were very fond of them. They had a great porpoise grant from the crown.

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That mortal man should feed upon the creature that feeds his lamp, and, like Stubb, eat him by his own light, as you may say; this seems so outlandish a thing that one must needs go a little into the history and philosophy of it.

It is upon record, that three centuries ago the tongue of the Right Whale was esteemed a great delicacy in France, and commanded large prices there. Also, that in Henry VIIIth’s time, a certain cook of the court obtained a handsome reward for inventing an admirable sauce to be eaten with barbacued porpoises, which, you remember, are a species of whale. Porpoises, indeed, are to this day considered fine eating. The meat is made into balls about the size of billiard balls, and being well seasoned and spiced might be taken for turtle-balls or veal balls. The old monks of Dunfermline were very fond of them. They had a great porpoise grant from the crown.

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