All entries shall be judged based the following criteria: · 






Your task is to translate the information from your research paper or project into an engaging, succinct 15- minute oral presentation (5 additional minutes may be used to address audience questions).  Your presentation will be evaluated according to both the quality of the content and the presentation style.  Please review the Oral Presentation Judging Form to see the judging criteria.

What Should I Include With My Presentation?

This will depend on the kind of research project you conducted. In general, your presentation should include the following information:

1. An introduction to explain the purpose of your work, i.e., research question, thesis.

2. An explanation of why your question or problem is important.

3. A description of your methods of gathering information and your analysis of this information (the ways in which you attempted to answer the question, or examine or solve the problem).

4. The results of your research and your conclusion.

Focus on the essential information required to help the audience understand what you learned, how you learned it, and why it was important to learn. If you use media or visual aids, please make sure that the necessary technology will be provided. Seek advice from your faculty mentor to assist you in making specific decisions about what to include or exclude.

Criteria You Will Be Judged Upon:

Each exhibit will be given a score from 10 (excellent) to 0 (poor) based on ten different criteria.  More specifically, 10 - 9 = Excellent, 8 - 7 = Very Good, 6 - 5 = Average, 4 - 3 = Inadequate, and 2 - 0 = Poor.  Each judging form will include the project number, the name of the judge, the individual score for each criterion, the total points awarded (out of 100), and a space for comments (one for each criterion) to be shared with the student(s).

Note that if a required component (criterion) is missing, a 0 will be given for that component of the project

How Should I Organize My Presentation?

1. INTRODUCTION: This should accomplish two functions:

1. First, interest your audience in your project by identifying your research question and establishing the importance of your research.

2. Second, preview the main points of your presentation to prepare the audience to hear and remember your speech.

2. BODY: The main body of your presentation will comprise most of your speech. It should have clearly identifiable, well-connected points that develop out of your paper.  The kind of main points will depend upon the kind of research conducted in your paper, i.e., quantitative or qualitative, or descriptive. Quantitative research requires data collected through an experiment or survey. Qualitative or descriptive research involves an examination or development of an idea or theory, an analysis of a problem, or the creation of a work of art, music, literature, or poetry.

3. CONCLUSION: Should also accomplish two functions:

1. Summarize your main points.

2. End with a powerful line that reinforces the importance of your research.

4. TRANSITIONS: In addition to basic structure (introduction, body, and conclusion, you can improve the organization of your presentation by using transitions from one section to the next and from one main point to the next. Transitions provide clear guides to your audience as they listen to you.

How Should I Deliver My Presentation? 

Keep in mind that your research is what matters most. While effective delivery can enhance a strong research project, good delivery cannot improve weak research!

Dress professionally and strive to deliver your presentation extemporaneously. That means do not read from your paper and also do not memorize your presentation. Instead, work at internalizing it by planning, preparing and practicing. Know your material so well that you can speak with authority about it without having to read sentences or memorize specific words.  You are welcome to use note cards to help guide you during your presentation by citing a few keywords and phrases rather than full sentences.

Delivery Tips: 

Lastly, what matters most is your research, what you have learned, how you learned it, why it was important to learn. The emphasis is on your research – not on you.





THEME: Let's Visit Manila Cultural Heritage Sites!

PARTICIPANTS: The contest is OPEN to all registered participants of Y4U2022 (15-30 years old)

Each participant is allowed to submit a maximum of ONE (1) entry only.

The entry to be submitted should be in a JPEG or PNG format with a corresponding “photo title” and “photo caption” and Name of Photographer, Age, Address, Portrait Photo, and Mobile Phone Using

The caption must indicate the place where the image was taken and must have an accurate description of what the photo is about. All entries must be sent to with the SUBJECT: PHOTO CONTEST. Wait for the Admin’s reply for the Confirmation of Entry

Deadline of Submission: December 11, 2022 (11:00 am). The submission will automatically close and reject any entries that will be submitted after the deadline.

Photographs should be:

• Created and taken by the contest participant during the Cultural and Heritage Tour of Manila on December 11, 2022 from 9:00 am to 11:00 am.

• Created and taken using a mobile devices like smartphones and tablets.

• In full color. Color Correcting is allowed.

• In LANDSCAPE orientation.

• Taken using the best settings of the mobile device.

Photographs should NOT:

• Contain watermarks or any identifying mark.

• Violate person’s rights, including, but not limited to copyrights and privacy.

• Previously submitted or won in any photography contest.

• Contain images of elected government officials.

• Edited and Manipulated.


UNESCO Club Ambassadors and Ambassadress Guidelines and Mechanics

A. Over-all Guidelines

1. The candidates must be a registered participants of the International Assembly of Youth for UNESCO for 2022.

2. Each organization or UNESCO Club must only have one male and one female representative for the pageant. In the event that the organization has only female candidate, they can look for male candidate to partner with in the region vis-versa.

3. The contestants, upon the endorsement of their respective Schools must fill-in the official entry form on the date specified by the organizers.

4. The organizing committee has the right to call the attention of the candidates in cases of any untoward behavior that would cause disturbance of the scheduled activity.

5. Prior to the pageant day (December 10, 2022 at 6:00 pm), there will be a meeting and rehearsal on December 9, 2022 at 5:00 pm)

6. Candidates should have no records of minor and major offenses in their respective schools.

7. Points breakdown for each portion of the pageant will be as follows:

a. Talent Portion ------------------ 10%

i. Difficulty of talent

ii. Overall performance

iii. Stage Presence


b. Recycled Gown Competition  ------------------ 25%

i. Creativity and Theme relevance

ii. Stage presence

c. All over Poise, Bearing and Projection  ------------------ 25%

i. Beauty and physique

ii. Bearing and attire

iii. Stage Presence


d. Question and Answer  ------------------ 30%

i. Clarity

ii. Relevance of the answer to the question


e.  Audience Impact  ------------------  10%

i. The only subjective part of the criterion

ii. Applauses and cheers of the Audience


1. The Talent and Filipinana/Barong competition shall be held on the pageant day. The presentation of the talent and casual shall heed the following guidelines:



2. Points Breakdown for the Talent Portion will be as follows:


a. Talent (20%)

i. Ability to do the activity or skills required

ii. Rhythm

iii. Appropriate gestures

iv. Memorization

v. Artistic delivery


b. Uniformity (20%)

i. Synchronized movement

ii. consistency in formation

c. Creativity (20%)

i. Uniqueness


d. Showmanship (15%)

i. Stage personality

ii. Poise

iii. Confidence

iv. Expression

v. Gestures

v. Stage presence


e. Costume (15%)

i. Appropriate for youth audience

ii. Fits the performance well and is flattering


f. Material Chosen (10% )

i. Appropriate for youth audience

ii. Ability of performer to carry the costume Sub-Total Score: 100%

Filipiniana and Barong


1. The presentation of the Filipiniana and Barong wear shall heed the following guidelines:


2. Points Breakdown for the Talent Portion will be as follows:

a. Stage Presentation and Modeling (25%)

i. Attention given to contestant’s ability to walk to the beat of the music, modeling turns

ii. Having FUN

b. Personality, Stage Presence (25%)

i. Attention given to natural smile and eye contact.

c. Interaction with the judges (25 %)

i. Ability to ‘connect’ to audience

ii. Ability to ‘draw’ people to them by their presence and charisma

d. Overall Appearance: Personal style and grooming. (25%)


Recycled Gown Show


1. The following are the guidelines for the Recycled Gown


2. Points breakdown foe the Recycled Gown are as follows:

a . Creativity and Theme relevance (50%) b . Stage presence (50%)


Program Proper


1. The final pageant shall be divided into four parts:

I. Recycle Gown

II. Talent Portion

III. Question and Answer

IV. Filipiniana and Barong


2. Two elimination process will happen, first in choosing magic 10 the first ten highest score in the Recycled Gown and Talent competition will move to the second phase which is the Question-and-Answer portion. After the Q and A, the organize will choose the top 5 and will move to the Filipiniana and Barong competition.

3. The judges must not be in anyway related to any of the candidates.

4. The judges’ decision shall be made public only on the final pageant.

5. The candidate and/or her sponsor shall provide/take care of


· Shoes or sandals and accessories to be used during the pageant;

· Costume and props for talent presentation;

· Recycled Gown attire during the pageant

6. Major and Minor Awards shall be given on the following aspects for both male and female category: