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Students write essays in Russian on a topic announced at the beginning of a two-hour period during the week before Thanksgiving.
Registration must be completed by October 12, All participating teachers must be members of ACTR. Please pay your dues online if you have not already done so. Teachers are to send one registration form for their students via email to Paavo Husen by October 12 at: The NREC registration form must be typed and students must be grouped by separate levels.
The registration form may not be altered and no changes can be made after the October 12 deadline. Teachers decide which levels are most appropriate for their students.
Suggested guidelines for determining student levels are as follows: Teachers are required to make the necessary number of copies for their registered students. On the contest date you select for your school, students are to meet in an appropriate place to write their essays.
Teachers are to be present during the contest to act as proctors. Students may use their class textbooks for reference only. Advanced students with no regular classroom textbook may consult a dictionary for looking up occasional single vocabulary words.
Students may not copy entire sentences or paragraphs from their textbooks. Class notes are not allowed. Students may not work together or ask for or receive help from another person.
Students and teachers will be asked to sign a statement certifying that the essays were written by the students without the help of any other person. The time limit for writing the essays is one two-hour session. The essays must be written legibly on the paper provided in black or blue-black ink.
Teachers must send the original essays within 48 hours of writing to Co-chair John Rook at the following address: Teachers are expected to make photocopies of all essays.
Photocopies should be retained until students have been informed of the results of the contest. Originals will not be returned. Judging of Essays Essays will be distributed to a panel of judges for evaluation.
No teacher who has a student participating in the contest will be allowed to judge essays. Heritage students are judged separately at the Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced levels.
All students whose essays receive Gold, Silver, Bronze, or Honorable Mention will receive certificates. No Awards will be assigned to essays of less than five comprehensible Russian sentences or to essays with inappropriate content.
Gold-medal essays at the Advanced, Advanced Heritage, and Native Speaker levels will be forwarded to the State Pushkin Institute in Moscow for a second round of judging.
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