2022年“第五届中国大学生5分钟科研演讲(英语)大赛”通知
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为响应国家培养具有国际竞争力的新工科、新医科、新农科、新文科的创新人才,继在2018年至2021年成功举办了四届“中国大学生5分钟科研演讲(英语)大赛”后,“第五届中国大学生5分钟科研演讲(英语)大赛”将在2022年3月至2022年8月继续举办。本次大赛由中国学术英语教学研究会主办,由中国科学院大学总承办。

本赛事是一项全公益的学术活动,参加报名和证书颁发均不收费用。赛事目的:促进我国高校本科生和研究生的科研能力,提高他们用英语从事科研创新和学术交流的能力,帮助我国未来的科研工作者有效地向国际同行介绍自己的学术思想和科研成果;同时推动我国高校大学英语从通用英语范式向以项目为导向的专门用途英语范式转型发展。


一、参赛要求 

(一)参赛选手为我国(包括港、澳、台)高校在读的本科生和研究生,报名分本科组和研究生组。

(二)参赛选手需用易于理解的英语、在5分钟时间内向没有专业背景的听众(这是判断演讲成功与否的一个重要标准)介绍一项基于自己专业相关(包括专业科普类)的研究项目(不是介绍性或文献综述性报告)。

(三)研究形式可以介绍自己已经发表或撰写中的科研论文,也可以介绍尚处于想法阶段的科研计划(但不能重复前四届的获奖作品)。

(四)演讲的具体内容包括:1.研究现状;2.研究目的(问题或假设);3.研究方法;4.研究结果(或预期结果);5.结论和研究意义;6.参考文献(可放在视频的PPT上)。

(五)作品形式是5分钟的视频和200词左右的英文论文摘要(结构按学科不同,见附录摘要样本)。

(六)参赛选手需遵守学术道德,不得出现以下学术不端行为:

1.抄袭、剽窃、侵吞他人学术成果;

2.篡改他人学术成果;

3.伪造或者篡改数据。

如发现选手有上述行为,组委会将取消选手的参赛资格,并且通报选手所在学校进行严肃处理。

 

二、报名条件 

(一)所有要参加大赛的同学请于5月3日前,通过中国学术英语教学研究会(以下简称“学会”)的大赛入口(http://sentbase.com/cn5mrp/)报名,并在线提交参赛作品及资料。进入链接后,请选择天津赛区。要求所有参赛选手均在初赛平台报名,并确保信息准确无误,后续证书制作以此表名信息为准。 

(二)资料包括:

1.大赛作品报名表(附件1);

2.科研诚信保证书(线上报名时可下载);

3.五分钟演讲视频;

4.论文摘要(样本见附录1);

5.演讲稿(样本见附录2)。

请注意报名表中的作品标题、论文摘要,演讲视频,PPT、演讲稿请都使用同一文件名,以便识别。视频、摘要、PPT和演讲稿中,不得以任何形式透露学校、选手及指导教师的信息。作品需提交平台,同时将所有资料发送至www.4166.com赛区邮箱:tianjin5m@126.com

(三)鼓励参赛选手以团队形式参赛。团队最多5人,报名时需写明团队负责人和其他成员姓名。参赛选手作为演讲者只能参赛一次,但是可以作为团队成员加入另一个团队。

 

三、赛事流程 

1.初赛有两种组织形式: 范围较小的,如校本的可采用现场演讲(落地赛);范围较大的,如地区性的,可以直接采用视频作品递交,由专家网上审评(一般是两个语言教师,两个专业教师),任务是通过评审,选出参加复赛的选手(名额一般是报名的50%-60%左右,985和211等重点高校可以取70%左右)。

初赛时间:5月15日开始,6月15日结束。

2.复赛只有一个形式,即现场演讲落地赛(一些进入复赛的学生由于不是同地区,可以通过插播线上视频作品)。参加复赛落地赛的作品最低不少于25个,建议较少作品的几个高校可以联合举办复赛。复赛落地赛的评委一般是必须有至少三个语言教师,三个专业教师)。根据进入复赛的作品数量,可以向决赛推荐一等奖(10%),二等奖(30%)和三等奖(50%)作品(不分本科生组和研究生组)。

复赛时间:6月15日开始,7月10日结束。

3.决赛在中国科学院大学进行,采用方法选择下面一种:1)落地赛和视频评审相结合的方法;2)落地赛;3)线上评审(如疫情情况下)。决赛参加者主要各赛区选派排位靠前的一等奖团队作品,最终评选出全国特等奖。

决赛时间:7月10日-20日。

4.凡是获得三等奖以上的都颁发英汉对照证书。

 

四、赛事规则 

(一)上传的视频为5分钟(误差不超过1分钟)。

(二)视频为MP4格式,大小在100M以内。

(三)视频应在静止的位置上进行连续录制,无剪辑,无中断。视频画面可进行缩放。

(四)选手需在视频中面对观众,保证95%以上时间是在与观众交流,而不是背对观众解释PPT。

(五)演讲可使用PPT作为辅助材料,但页数一般不能超过7张。例如1)标题页;2)背景和研究现状页;3)研究目的页(研究问题或假设);4)研究方法页;5)研究结果页;6)结论和研究意义页;7)参考文献页。

(六)演讲中不能使用其他的电子媒体素材,如声音或视频等。 

(七)演讲语言应为口语,不包括诗歌朗诵、说唱乐、歌曲等语言形式。

(八)选手不得介绍自己学校和姓名,PPT中也不能以任何形式出现相关信息。


五、评分标准


一级指标

二级指标

(关键词)

三级指标

(说明)

 

 

1.演讲内容

(占比50%

1.价值性

是否有一定学术价值或意义?是否采用恰当的研究方法得出的结果或发现?是否避免单纯介绍性演讲如主要是文献综述?

2.完整性

研究信息是否完整?如摘要是否包括背景,研究现状,研究问题,研究方法,研究结果或结论?演讲是否至少包括研究问题,研究方法、研究结论和研究意义?

3.适合性

演讲是否适合非专业听众?如是否能用个人经历引入主题?是否用听众能够理解的信息/实例解释比较复杂的专业内容?

 

 

2.演讲技能

(占比25%

1.交流性

是否基本上(95%)是面对观众进行报告?是否恰当地使用身势语、目光交流等非言语交际方式?是否展示演讲人的激情和自信心?是否用恰当的语言方式建立和保持与听众的关系?

2.逻辑性

各部分是否交待清楚、衔接自然?是否恰当使用衔接词(如firstin

order to in conclusion)便于读者理解?是否使用恰当修辞手段突出重点?

3.PPT制作

PPT页面是否设计合理?字体和图表是否清晰和简洁便于听众理解?

3.演讲语言(占比25%

 

1.流利性

语言表达是否流畅 ?

2.准确性

词汇和语法是否准确,发音是否可理解?


六、往届获奖视频 

第一届视频(2018)

http://www.sentbase.com/cn5mrp1/?content-app-content&contentid=613

第二届视频(2019)

http://sentbase.com/cn5mrp/?content-app-content&contentid=623

第三届视频(2020)

http://sentbase.com/cn5mrp/?content-app-content&contentid=632

第四届视频(2021)

http://sentbase.com/cn5mrp/?content-app-content&contentid=637 


七、证书颁发 

凡获得三等奖以上的作品都获得由学会盖章的证书。作品在线上保存传播,作为学生佐证材料之用。

 

八、联系方式 

(一)赛区申请

欢迎全国各高校申请新赛区,可电话咨询:13661673344(发短信加微信)  

(二)总赛区邮箱 

 中国科学院大学,联系人:金辉,jinhui@ucas.ac.cn 

(三)www.4166.com赛区      

联系人:尹老师  邮箱:tianjin5m@126.com  微信号:katy05668

 

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中国学术英语教学研究会

2022.4.8

附录1 摘要样本

Abstract 1 (工科农科文科类)

                    The Effects of Two Types of Sleep Deprivation on Visual Working Memory Capacity and Filtering Efficiency

Sleep deprivation has adverse consequences for a variety of cognitive functions. The effects of sleep deprivation, though, are dependent upon the cognitive process examined. Within working memory, for example, some component processes are more vulnerable to sleep deprivation than others. Additionally, the differential impacts on cognition of different types of sleep deprivation have not been well studied. The aim of this study was to examine the effects of one night of total sleep deprivation and 4 nights of partial sleep deprivation (4 hours in bed/night) on two components of visual working memory capacity and filtering efficiency. 44 healthy young adults were randomly assigned to one of the two sleep deprivation conditions. All participants were studied: 1) in a well-rested condition (following 6 nights of 9 hours in bed/night); 2) following sleep deprivation, in a counter-balanced order. Visual working memory testing consisted of two related tasks. The first measured visual working memory capacity and the second measured the ability to ignore distractor stimuli in a visual scene filtering efficiency). Results showed neither type of sleep deprivation reduced visual working memory capacity. Partial sleep deprivation also generally did not change filtering efficiency. Total sleep deprivation, on the other hand, did impair performance in the filtering task. These results suggest components of visual working memory are differentially vulnerable to the effects of sleep deprivation, and different types of sleep deprivation impact visual working memory to different degrees. Such findings have implications for operational settings where individuals may need to perform with inadequate sleep and whose job involve receiving an array of visual information and discriminating the relevant from the irrelevant  form the irrelevant prior to making decisions or taking actions (e.g. baggage screeners, air traffic controllers,military personnel, health care providers)


Abstract 2 (医科类)

Effects of Communication about Uncertainty and Oncologist Gender on the

 Physician-Patient Relationships

Objective: Physicians are increasingly expected to share uncertain information, yet there is concern about possible negative effects on patients. How uncertainty is conveyed and by whom may influence patients’ response. We tested the effects of verbally and non-verbally communicating uncertainty by a male vs. female oncologist on patients’ trust and intention to seek a second opinion.

Methods: In an experimental video vignettes study conducted in The Netherlands, oncologist communication behavior (verbal vs. non-verbal and high vs. low uncertainty) and gender (male vs.female) were systematically manipulated. Former cancer patients viewed one video variant and reported trust, intention to seek a second opinion, and experience of uncertainty.

Results: Non-verbal communication of high uncertainty by the oncologist led to reduced trust (β = -0.72 (SE = 0.15), p < .001) and increased intention to seek a second opinion (β = 0.67 (SE = 0.16), p< .001).These effects were partly explained by patients’ increased experience of uncertainty (β =-0.48 (SE = 0.12),p < .001; and β = 0.34 (SE = 0.09), p < .001 respectively). Neither verbal

uncertainty nor oncologists’ gender influenced trust or intention to seek a second opinion.

Practice Implications: Further research to understand and improve oncologists’ non-verbal uncertainty behavior is warranted.

Conclusion: Non-verbal communication of uncertainty by oncologists may affect patient trust and intention to seek a second-opinion more than verbal communication.


附录2 演讲稿样本 (这是转录自国外3分钟科研演讲,5分钟大约550-600)

Dengue Detective

Have you ever been bitten by mosquito? Naturally, they suck. And they bite and they make us itch. And more than that they transmit deadly diseases across the globe including dengue.

 In a year, three hundred and nineteen million people fall victim to dengue. That’s like sixteen times the population of Australia today. And seventy percent of the death caused by the virus are due to one reason: a delay in detection.

I was a victim of dengue myself. Horrible experience. I had a high fever for three days. And the doctors, like the mosquito, took my blood again and again. And it was not until the fourth day that they can finally confirm that I had an infection and stop by treatment. By then I was already too weak even to drink on my own, and I had to put on drips for a whole week. I felt helpless and afraid but the worst part was having to witness other victims in my ward succumbed to dengue just because they were not treated in time. I was lucky to survive. And I felt that nobody should die from something as trivial as a mosquito bite, right? And so I dedicated my next few years of my life to find a solution. What I’ve developed is a dengue sensor which is able to detect a virus more accurately and in need of much shorter time.

Meet my dengue detective. It holds three basic components: light, anti-bodies and taped optical fiber which has not been used before. What we need of patient is one tiny drop of blood. Now let me tell you how it works. Envision an underwater glass tunnel. You know you once find a Aquarium exhibitions you walk through, the sharks and fish around you. Now visualize this taped optical fiber as that glass tunnel emerges in a patient’s blood sample. And on the surface of this fiber tunnel, I mobilize anti-bodies to capture the virus. Next I transmit light to travel through this fiber tunnel and indicate the presence and quantity of the virus. And dengue is detected and quantified.

This dengue detective holds great promise. Let me tell you why. First, it is highly sensitive and reliable. Second, it is affordable for all clinics to use. Lastly and most importantly, it is able to reduce the detection time from 4 days to just 15 minutes, which gives dengue victims a greater chance to survive. This technology is a huge step forward in the future of dengue diagnosis.

       Mosquito will still suck, but this sensor would detect virus in time.  


 平台报名表填写样例



个人参赛填写样式



团体赛参赛样式



注:演讲人可以是负责人。团队成员最多5人。

报名完成后有一个“作品提交”按钮,5.15号后开放提交通道,届时请上传

1.大赛作品报名表;2.科研诚信保证书;3.五分钟演讲视频;4.论文摘要;5.演讲稿


报名表请点击下载:附件1 报名表.docx






 
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