Stone Bridge DECA District Leadership Conference Prep November 19, 2011 #winning
Your Role Play Cross Out Procedure Read, underline, and write out out performance indicators= 90% of your role play score Event Situation –Write out your role –Role of Judge –Name of Company
Who is the judge and what do they do? Judges are members of the community Don’t be scared or nervous in front of them- they are here to help Don’t get frustrated if they seem tough
Judge Continued Each judge will ask you the same question they asked all of the other competitors in that category When reading your role play scenario try and anticipate what your judge might ask so you are ready
Let’s Go Over the Role Play Checklist Flip to page 6 in your packet Let’s over the “Role Play Checklist” If you go through this checklist before Saturday you will do great!
Being Competitive: Common Pitfalls Lack of confidence Lack of intro Lack of effort Lack of structure Excessive crutch works- for example “um” Too few gimicks Too many gimicks
Wow Factor Enthusiasm Firm handshake Set up situation/ ask for a reenter “Hi, my name is _________. As I understand it, in this role play, I’ll be the ____________, and you be the _________, at ___________. Also, we’ll be meeting in _________, to talk about ____________. Do you mind if I step out and come back in? –Ask to be seated –Sit 3 inches away –Eye contact –Sit on edge of chair
Set Up Your Presentation First I’d like to talk to you about…. Then I’d like to …. Does that sound good? Place competencies into your intro
Top Ten Tips for Trophies 10. Develop Your Definitions 9. Practice Your Pitch 8. Jargon Your Judge 7. Enthuse Your Judge 6. Wow the World 5. Roadmap your Rap 4. Enlist and Expert 3. Captivate Your Chapter 2. Visualize Your Victory 1. Practice!
How Do I Get To The DECA Competitive Website http://www.deca.org/competitions/highs chool/ Here you can find: –Performance Indicators –Sample Exam –Sample Event –DECA Images Resources
DECA Role Play Videos Role Play Scenario- 8 Minutes Role Play Example- 5 Minutes