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SLOGAN MECHANICS 1. The contest is open to all High School students of Paradigm College of Science and Technology. 2. Each participant should submit ONE entry only. 3. Materials to be used in slogan making contest are the following: ¼ illustration board, pentel pen, pencil and ruler. 4. The slogan shall be written in Filipino and the number of words shall not be more than 15 words and minimum of 10 words. 5. The slogan shall be judged based on the following criteria:
Relevance to the theme - 40%
Clarity of message - 20%
Creativity - 15%
Originality - 15%
Impact & Presentation - 10% 100% 6. Entries must be submitted after ONE HOUR of working. Posters must be done in free hand and be officially submitted to Ms. Alma Santillan. The artist will be held accountable to any issues that may arise with regards to the originality and authenticity of the design. 7. The finalists will receive Certificates of Participation. 8. The winning poster will automatically become official property of Paradigm College of Science and Technology.

Poster Making Contest Mechanics 1. The contest is open to all High School students of Paradigm College of Science and Technology. 2. Each participant should submit ONE entry only. 3. The poster must illustrate, interpret and emphasize the theme of the Nutrition Day celebration:
(“Kalamidad Paghandaan, Malnutrisyon Agapan) 4. The following materials will be used in the contest:
A. A ¼ illustration board (white background & vertical format) and a Mongol pencil (to be provided by the contestant)
B. Coloring material: oil pastel/craypas, markers, ink, mixed media, oil, acrylic and watercolor (to be provided by the contestant) *Use of other materials not specified above is strictly prohibited. 5. Entries must be submitted after TWO HOURS of working. Posters must…...

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