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Ivy Bridge Academy After-School Public Speaking & Debate Program at Dolvin Elementary School
Ivy Bridge Academy After-School Public Speaking & Debate Program provide an interactive learning environment that is both fun and educational.
Our goal is to introduce elementary school students to the art and science of persuasive fact based debate to foster confidence and independent thinking.
Ivy Bridge Academy works in partnership with Dolvin ES, who is dedicated to enriching the lives of their students to be thinkers, speakers and leaders.
Some of the benefits of IBA After-School Public Speaking & Debate Program at Dolvin Elementary School:
- Competitive Debate Experience
- Logic and Critical Thinking
- Persuasive Speaking & Oration
- Ethics and Leadership
- Interview Skills
- Reading and Writing
- Research and Information Processing
- Personal Accomplishment
- Convenient Location & Time
*NEW* PUBLIC SPEAKING ADDED TO PROGRAM!: We have added Public Speaking to our Debate Program. Public speaking help build the foundation of logic, confidence, and self-esteem. Students will learn communication skills that persuade and inspire! By laying the foundation for public speaking early, students will overcome the fear of speaking in public that even some adults experience.
|IBA After-School Public Speaking & Debate Program at Dolvin Elementary|
|Grades:||3rd-5th: Public Speaking & Debate Program|
|Tuition||Semester 1: $300
Semester 2: $300
|Schedule||Tuesday 2:30-3:30pm (Subject to change based on FCS schedule changes)
SEMESTER 1: 9/7-12/7 (No Classes on School Holidays) *F2F*
SEMESTER 2: 2/8--5/3 (No Classes on School Holidays) *F2F*
COVID-19 Notice: Semesters 1 & 2 will be conducted F2F. Subject to change based on FCS Covid Guidance.
|Location||DES Classroom/#TBA Dolvin Elementary (Website)|
|Contact||IBA After school program Director : Christy Noll Email: email@example.com|
|TBA (Check Debate Tournament Registration page for upcoming schedule.)|
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