Oral Interpretation 2018

Clay Sargent

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The students this year who have joined Oral Interpretation will only have a workshop and two events to go to this year. The  students will practice hard and will try to win events taking place this year, although there are new students in this activity, they will get used to it. The hardest thing for the competitors is to perform the pieces correctly without getting nervous or frantic. That is the hardest part for everyone, especially at events. The thing to think about so you won’t be nervous is that there are people around every corner at events to get help from. When Oral Interpretation season starts, the students will need to practice a lot, and lastly students will need to think about the effort that they put into the piece and how much they can improve in the near future.

 

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