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An [[award]] is a reward for accomplishing a goal.  [[TI]] awards [[designation]]s for completing [[manual]]s and other requirements, for example.  The [[star program]] awards stars to [[club]]s which may be redeemed for prizes.  The [[District F| District]] also has [[incentive]]s, which are inducements to meet certain goals in order to win rewards such as a pizza party.
 
An [[award]] is a reward for accomplishing a goal.  [[TI]] awards [[designation]]s for completing [[manual]]s and other requirements, for example.  The [[star program]] awards stars to [[club]]s which may be redeemed for prizes.  The [[District F| District]] also has [[incentive]]s, which are inducements to meet certain goals in order to win rewards such as a pizza party.
  
From the standpoint of speaking, the [[Advanced Communication Manual]] called [[Special Occasion Speeches]] has two [[project]]s about awards, one called [[Accepting an Award]] and the other called [[Presenting an Award]].
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From the standpoint of speaking, the [[Advanced Communication Manual]] called [[Special Occasion Speeches]] has two [[project]]s about awards, one called ''Accepting an Award'' and the other called ''Presenting an Award''.

Revision as of 19:58, 11 August 2016

An award is a reward for accomplishing a goal. TI awards designations for completing manuals and other requirements, for example. The star program awards stars to clubs which may be redeemed for prizes. The District also has incentives, which are inducements to meet certain goals in order to win rewards such as a pizza party.

From the standpoint of speaking, the Advanced Communication Manual called Special Occasion Speeches has two projects about awards, one called Accepting an Award and the other called Presenting an Award.