Oral Interpretation 2

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Oral Interpretation 2

Clay Sargent, Writer/Camera Man

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Oral interpretation had a good start to the year I competed up until districts but unfortunately did not make it to districts. The rest of the oral interpretation people went on to regions. Tonight is awards night, people in oral interpretation will get awards for their talent and hard work. Mrs. Fauth said: “I am very happy and surprised that we have made it this far and have had a good season!” I too am happy that this oral interpretation season went well and we all tried our best to make it happen. each year oral interpretation influences many young students to be active when speaking in public and to not so nervous when speaking to small crowds. it also allows so many high school students to have a great sense of humor, not be afraid to stand out, and show their talent. there is a quote from Doctor Seuss that reminds me of oral interpretation: “Why fit in when you were born to stand out!”

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