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|STEC Elementary & High School Studes Rule 2011 Division School Writing Tilt|
STEC Elementary & High School Studes Rule 2011 Division Writing Tilt
Around 1000 elementary and
high students have converged at Babag National High School on October 22, 2011
for the annual Division-level School Press Conference in preparation for the
regional school press conference next month.
Evelyn Gala, English Supervisor of the Division of Lapu-Lapu City, said that
the participants to the press conference competed in the different individual
writing contests in Filipino and English such as news writing, feature writing,
sports writing, editorial writing, and copy reading and headline writing.Gala
said lecturers, mostly teachers who are winners in the regional & national
competition, were invited to give the participants relevant knowledge and
skills in journalistic writing.
top five winners in each category are qualified to attend the regional press
conference next month. The theme for this year’s joint secondary and elementary
division-level schools press conference is anchored on “Promoting Digital
Literacy through Campus Journalism”.
from both the secondary and elementary schools region wide will be competing in
English and Filipino categories in the field of news writing, editorial
writing, sports writing, feature writing and in some other fields of journalism
such as editorial cartooning, photo journalism, broadcasting, copy reading and
editing, headline writing and online reporting. The winners will represent the
Division of Lapu-Lapu City in the regional press conference in Mandaue City.
conduct of the Regional Secondary Press Conference (RSPC) is in accordance with Republic Act No. 7079, or the Campus
Journalism Act which aims to promote campus journalism.