Poetry: presentation of others published works
Humorous: funny interpretations of published script
Dramatic: serious interpretations of published script
Duet: two-person interpretation, either humorous or dramatic, of published script
POI: combining poetry, prose, and script as a piece to make a statement
Oratory: self-written persuasive speech with a call to action
Informative: speech designed to inform with the option to use non electronic visuals
International Extemporaneous: quickly prepared informative speech on international current events
United States Extemporaneous: quickly prepared informative speech on domestic current events
Mixed Extemporaneous: quickly prepared informative speech on any current events
Original Spoken Word Poetry: self-written poetry delivered by author
Lincoln Douglas: one vs one value debate
Public Forms: two vs two current event debate
Congressional Debate: mock legislature with student written bills and subsequent debate
Big Questions Debate: debate about a concern the intersection of science, philosophy, and religion.
Policy or CX Debate: two person team debating a plan that is heavily evidence based.