BiC Creative Story Writing Competition 2012
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  • 1. BiC Creative Story Writing Competition2012 – Issue 5Competition Categories Category Level Word Count l Primary 4 200-250 ll Primary 5 250-300 lll Primary 6 300-350Writing TopicsIt could practically be anything under the sun! Things that excite you and make you want to sharethem with kids and adults alike!What are the Judges Looking For? 1. Creativity – 30% 2. Language and Grammar – 30% 3. Story development – 20% 4. Character development – 5% 5. Vocabulary – 10% 6. Spelling and Punctuation – 5%PrizesInduvidual Winners(20 winners per category)A total of 20 winning stories will be chosen from each of the three categories. Each winning writerwill receive a one year (12 issues) subscription of YG Magazines worth $41 and a Rummikub BoardGame set!Winner’s SchoolEach winning writer’s school will also receive a BIC Hamper worth $50, two complimentary copies ofYG 377 and two Rummikub Board Game sets! Top Three Winners’ Schools Three schools with the most no. of winning entries will receive and additional treat – a delicious packet of Marigold HL Milk 200ml for
  • 2. Competition Guidelines 1. There is no limit to the no. of story submissions per school. 2. Each pupil is only allowed to submit one entry 3. All stories must be the pupils’ own work. But, basic assistance with spelling and grammar is allowed 4. Stories must be original and not have been submitted in other writing competitions 5. Entries must be submitted through the school or teacher-in-charge 6. All stories are to be submitted in soft copy 7. Each entry must include a cover page with a story title, a word count at the end of the story, the pupil’s full name, age, school, class, address, contact number, and email address 8. The closing date is 27 June and late entries will not be considered.FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL DAPHNE OOI AT 6213 9274 OR EMAIL HER ATdaphneooi@sg.marshallcavendish.comSome information is left out, but the important ones are typed in. Ask Ms Lee or Mrs Nair for thebrochure/pamphlet.