The Teen Eagle competition requires an ONLINE registration. Students who are selected through the relevant steps will participate in an English competition and if selected, will move on to participate in Local Round Competition and London Trip and Competition to the UK.
⦁ There are three parts of Teen Eagle English Competition as follows
⦁ On-line examination
Local Round Competition
⦁ London Trip and Competition
⦁ The official correspondence and language of the Teen Eagle is English.
⦁ The on-line examination will be multiple choice
⦁ Online examination must be taken on-line at the students’ school under educator supervision under exam conditions. Students may take the online examination on their own electronic devices such as laptops, cell phones, tablets etc.
⦁ There will be 50 questions in the examination made up as follows:
⦁ 20 questions from reading section (articles, stories, books etc.)
⦁ 20 questions from listening section (video, short movies, movie etc.) and,
⦁ 10 questions from general knowledge about England.
⦁ Participants will have 60 minutes to complete these 50 questions
⦁ There are two categories based on the students grades as follows:
⦁ Grades 6, 7 and 8 which is referred to as the JUNIOR EAGLES – (EAGLET)
⦁ Grades 9, 10 and 11 which is referred to as the SENIOR EAGLES – (EAGLE)
⦁ The UK trip will have the following key focus factors:
⦁ Enhance participation and speaking skills – this will be 7 days
⦁ The lessons will be for 3-5 hours daily over the 7 days period
⦁ Visits to universities with guidance around careers
Last two days of trip is booked for competition
⦁ An Awards Ceremony to give students their awards based on their performance at competition