WANTED: 2 CADETS TO REPRESENT 338 SQUADRON IN UPCOMING REGIONAL EFFECTIVE SPEAKING COMPETITION
Your child is outgoing and good at expressing him/herself in front of people? Here is an excellent opportunity for them to be part of a very interesting challenge.
The Montérégie East area Air Cadet League committee will be conducting a regional Effective Speaking Competition in Valleyfield on March 17, 2019. 338 Squadron would like to present 2 participants for this quite interesting competition.
As a participant, our cadets have to prepare a 5-6 minutes speech to be delivered in front of a jury. The cadets have to chose amongst a list of themes to prepare their speech. Also, in the competition, our participants will be challenged to perform a 2 minute impromptu speech on a topic that will be presented to you at the competition. See Air Cadet League web site for more information. http://aircadetleague.com/effective-speaking-program/
Cadets interested in representing our squadron will have to give their names to 2Lt Nathalie Au tonight and report to Marie Victorin Community Center on Sunday February 17, 2019 at 13:00 for their first training session with a highly qualified instructor.
Candidates will be expected to attend other preparation training on Sundays ( Feb 24, Mar 3, Mar 10). The regional competition is March 17, 2019 and the top candidate of each region will be invited to the provincial competition on April 13, 2019. The provincial winner will be invited to the National Effective Speaking competition that takes place in May in Winnipeg.
Meet our Effective Speaking team coach at Marie Victorin Community Center on Sunday Feb 17, 2019 for our first training session from 13:00 to 16:00.
Here are the topics for 2019:
What is a Canadian?
3D Printer Technology – how will it impact our future?
Should the voting age be lowered to 16?
How is today’s technology causing gaps in communications?
How will legalizing cannabis affect our society?
Why should cadets be involved in fundraising for the program?
The positive and negative effects of advances in technology.
What happened to the Avro Arrow and is it time for a new one?
Peer pressure amongst today’s youth – fact or fiction?
What is the importance of gender equality in today’s youth?
How could the cadet program fill the gap in the aviation industry?
Cadet’s Choice: the Cadet’s Choice must fit into one of these categories: Cadet Life, Science and Technology, Aviation, Canadian History or Citizenship.