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A Script is used in [[contest]]s to help the [[functionary|functionaries]] perform their roles.  Analogous to the script for a movie or television show, the script lays out what a [[functionary]] will say and what actions will occur.  The script is usually not as detailed as a movie script, and in fact may be simply an outline in some cases.  A [[contest organizer]] typically will not have to write a script but will simply use the one from a previous event, updated to include the names of current [[functionary|functionaries]].   
 
A Script is used in [[contest]]s to help the [[functionary|functionaries]] perform their roles.  Analogous to the script for a movie or television show, the script lays out what a [[functionary]] will say and what actions will occur.  The script is usually not as detailed as a movie script, and in fact may be simply an outline in some cases.  A [[contest organizer]] typically will not have to write a script but will simply use the one from a previous event, updated to include the names of current [[functionary|functionaries]].   
  
A Script may also be used in non-contest contexts.  See, for example, [[Installation of Officers]], for which a script is available.
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A Script may also be used in non-contest contexts.  See, for example, [[Installation of Club Officers]], for which a script is available.

Latest revision as of 13:04, 17 June 2016

A Script is used in contests to help the functionaries perform their roles. Analogous to the script for a movie or television show, the script lays out what a functionary will say and what actions will occur. The script is usually not as detailed as a movie script, and in fact may be simply an outline in some cases. A contest organizer typically will not have to write a script but will simply use the one from a previous event, updated to include the names of current functionaries.

A Script may also be used in non-contest contexts. See, for example, Installation of Club Officers, for which a script is available.