帮推 | 活动 - Live,Think,Love!——iEnglish英语线上朗读比赛等你来秀!

原标题:帮推 | 活动 - Live,Think,Love!——iEnglish英语线上朗读比赛等你来秀!

Live,Think,Love!——iEnglish英语线上朗读比赛等你来秀!

是什么声音让语言如此的鲜活动人?

是抑扬顿挫、纯正醉人的发音,

是或舒缓悦耳或慷慨大气的背景音乐,

是饱含深情正在朗读的你们呀。

2019年马上就要步入尾声,有什么比参加“iEnglish研究生英语提升计划系列活动之——‘朗读者’英语线上朗读比赛”更值得期待的呢?

Then...

跟着小编一起来了解一下比赛内容吧!

本次英语朗读比赛面向学校全体硕士、博士研究生,主题为“Live,Think,Love!”,参赛选手需从主办方提供的三篇英文作品(在文末哦)中选择自己喜欢的一篇进行朗读并自行录制朗读音频,可自行添加配乐或其他形式完成作品。音频要求为MP3格式,要保证音频清晰流畅无音质问题鸭~

请童鞋们12月3日中午12点前将作品通过邮件形式发送至邮箱:oucwymsc@163.com。音频文件命名格式:学院—姓名—专业年级—学号—联系方式。邮件主题:“朗读者英语线上朗读比赛参赛作品”。

活动时间

1.作品征集时间:

2019年11月27日至2019年12月3日

2.作品评选时间:

2019年12月5日至2019年12月8日

3.成绩公布时间:

2019年12月10日

评分方式

1. 预选:于2019年12月3、4日进行,由主办方对所有参赛作品进行初步筛选,确定20位选手进入最终评选。

2. 终选:评分分为线上、线下两部分。

(1)线上投票:于2019年12月5日至8日进行,20位入选的参赛者可通过转发微信推送为自己拉票,投票设上限300票,300票以上计为300票,投票结果占总分的20%。

(2)线下评分:于2019年12月5日至8日进行,3位英语专业评委老师根据选手音频材料进行打分。线下评分实行百分制,评分结果占总分的80%。

最终成绩=(线上投票票数÷10)×20% + 线下评分×80%

注:总分相同,则参考线上实际投票数,票数高者排名靠前。倘若实际票数相同,就参考预选成绩

本次大赛设一等奖2名,二等奖4名,三等奖6名,优秀奖8名,小编偷偷告诉腻萌,我们有香薰机、小米手环、海大特色樱花伞……奖品很丰厚呦~ 我们愿意做你真实的听众,倾听你的声音。你是不是很心动呢?赶紧行动起来,come and join us!

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诗歌

I Tie My Hat—I Crease My Shawl

I tie my Hat—I crease my Shawl—

Life's little duties do—precisely—

As the very least

Were infinite—to me—

I put new Blossoms in the Glass—

And throw the old—away—

I push a petal from my gown

That anchored there—I weigh

The time 'twill be till six o'clock

I have so much to do—

And yet—Existence—some way back—

Stopped—struck—my ticking—through—

We cannot put Ourself away

As a completed Man

Or Woman—When the Errand's done

We came to Flesh—upon—

There may be—Miles on Miles of Nought—

Of Action—sicker far—

To simulate—is stinging work—

To cover what we are

From Science—and from Surgery—

Too Telescopic Eyes

To bear on us unshaded—

For their—sake—not for Ours—

Twould start them—

We—could tremble—

But since we got a Bomb—

And held it in our Bosom—

Nay—Hold it—it is calm—

Therefore—we do life's labor—

Though life's Reward—be done—

With scrupulous exactness—

To hold our Senses—on—

散文:

Wayside Roses

Rambling through a pine forest early in the morning, I came across a bunch of forsaken roses lying by the shady wayside. They were still fresh in colour. One was purplish-red, another pink, still another a sickly ivory-yellow slightly tinged with blood-red.

I picked them up in my hand.

The numerous fine dewdrops on the fresh green leaves clearly showed that the roses had just been cast away the previous night.

Were they pitiful maidens deflowered by fickle men? Or were they unlucky young men fooled by frivolous women?

Last night's whispers of love; this morning's drops of cold dew...

I brought the roses home and tried to find a flower vase to keep them in.

Flower vase I had none, but i did find in a nook of my room an empty earthen wine bottle with its neck broken

—O dear roses, though unable to treat you to spring wine, I could offer you limpid spring water and my sincere pure heart. Wouldn't it be better for you to wither away in solitude in this broken earthen wine bottle than to lie abandoned by the roadside and be trodden down upon?

演讲:

Before I Die, I Want to...(节选)

In 2009, I lost someone I loved very much. Her name was Joan, and she was a mother to me. And her death was sudden and unexpected. And I thought about death a lot. And ... this made me feel deep gratitude for the time I've had. And ... brought clarity to the things that are meaningful to my life now.

But I struggle to maintain this perspective in my daily life. I feel like it's easy to get caught up in the day-to-day, and forget what really matters to you. So with help from old and new friends, I turned the side of this abandoned house into a giant chalkboard, and stenciled it with a fill-in-the-blank sentence: "Before I die, I want to ..."

So anyone walking by can pick up a piece of chalk, reflect on their life, and share their personal aspirations in public space. I didn't know what to expect from this experiment, but by the next day, the wall was entirely filled out, and it kept growing.

And I'd like to share a few things that people wrote on this wall.

"Before I die, I want to be tried for piracy."

"Before I die, I want to straddle the International Dateline."

"Before I die, I want to sing for millions."

"Before I die, I want to plant a tree."

"Before I die, I want to live off the grid."

"Before I die, I want to hold her one more time."

"Before I die, I want to be someone's cavalry."

"Before I die, I want to be completely myself."

Together, we've shown how powerful our public spaces can be if we're given the opportunity to have a voice, and share more with one another.

Two of the most valuable things we have are time, and our relationships with other people. In our age of increasing distractions, it's more important than ever to find ways to maintain perspective, and remember that life is brief and tender.

Death is something that we're often discouraged to talk about, or even think about, but I've realized that preparing for death is one of the most empowering things you can do. Thinking about death clarifies your life.

Our shared spaces can better reflect what matters to us, as individuals and as a community, and with more ways to share our hopes, fears and stories, the people around us can not only help us make better places, they can help us lead better lives. Thank you.

内容 | 中国海洋大学外国语学院

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